Not only have the Cavaliers given Isaiah Thomas and Channing Frye the boot today, but they’re now trading four more players. (Yes, “the Cavaliers” can reasonably be interpreted as “LeBron James.”) Adios to Jae Crowder, Derrick Rose, Iman Shumpert, and Dwyane Wade. There goes a third of the roster.
Exactly midway through the second quarter, well before Game 5 had drifted out to a place beyond hope, LeBron kicked the ball out for a nice open three, as LeBron likes to do. The pass might’ve been a few inches low, but still left this teammate plenty of time to beat Kevin Durant’s scrambling closeout.
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The Cleveland Cavaliers just released an official statement revealing that swingman Iman Shumpert was arrested for suspicion of DUI on Aug. 10.
Last week, we were treated to the story of Cavaliers swingman Iman Shumpert channeling MacGyver in order to help his wife, Teyana Taylor, give birth to their daughter in the bathroom. Thanks to the Daily Mail, we now have audio of a 911 operator walking Shumpert through the process.
Cavaliers swingman Iman Shumpert’s wife, Teyana Taylor, just posted a rather incredible birth announcement on her Instagram page:
Iman Shumpert and singer Teyana Taylor are having a baby. The Cleveland Cavalier posted the sonogram on his Instagram, and announced plans to name the girl Iman Shumpert Jr. Relax. It’s not a big deal.
Do you wish you were a fly on the wall of the New York Knicks’ basura 2014-15 season? Of course not, but Charley Rosen was, and he’s filing dispatches to ESPN from the one day each month he spent with Phil Jackson during the course of it. He’s now up to January 10, four days after the Knicks traded J.R. Smith and Iman…
What’s a good way to celebrate sweeping your way through the Eastern Conference Finals and earning a long rest before the start NBA Finals? Partying in a cold tub with your bros, of course!
I don't watch Empire. But come on. Look at this:
Empire is the story of Empire Records, a mega-successful record conglomerate headed by heavy-handed CEO Lucious Lyons (played by Terrence Howard). Lucious has three sons: Andre, Jamal, and Hakeem. Hakeem is a rapper who dates a babyfaced singer named Tiana. Cleveland Cavaliers guard and sometime rapper Iman Shumpert…
Oh yes, this is the good stuff. This is the pure Colombian. This is the braindead, dogshit, dick-in-the-wall-socket-type Knicks experience that's been missing for the last, uh—fuck it, the last couple months, at least. Welcome back, assholes.
The Knicks lost 117-113 to the Bucks last night, and at one point trailed Milwaukee by 26 points. They made a little run in the fourth quarter, though, and when Iman Shumpert rinsed Giannis Antetokounmpo with this reverse jam, cutting the lead to four, it felt like the Knicks were about to win the damn thing.
As we have discussed before, Knicks swingman Iman Shumpert is actually a pretty damn good rapper If this latest music video is any indication, he really does take his music seriously.
Iman Shumpert shaved off his signature flat top a few weeks ago, and everyone was kind of bummed about it. But nobody took the event more seriously that Shumpert himself, as evidenced by the extremely earnest vignette above.
Kendrick Lamar may have put a stranglehold on the rap industry last night, but he wasn't the only one to drop a new verse. Knicks forward and sometimes-rapper Iman Shumpert released "Versace (Freestyle)," and it happens to be very good.
You're looking at a very unique piece of video, dug up by Azaz of the Knicks FanBlog. It's from the taping of Stephen A. Smith's ESPN interview with Dwight Howard this weekend, but for whatever reason, one Youtube user was able to tune in to the satellite feed and record the taping. It's basically Smith and Howard…
Last night, birthday boy Iman Shumpert instagrammed—then quickly deleted—this picture from an Adidas photoshoot in Los Angeles. I'd put good money on this being an official-unofficial leak of the Knicks's new third jerseys.
Jeremy Lin was all set to help Knicks teammate Iman Shumpert at Saturday's NBA slam dunk contest. But because Shumpert has missed the team's last two games with knee tendinitis, he had to bow out. Jeremy Evans of the Utah Jazz will take Shumpert's place. And now that he's out, Shumpert revealed to the New York Post…