10:22 AM EST, February 19, 2013
While Angelenos are mourning the loss of their favorite basketball team's patriarch, basketball fans in the other corner of the country are scratching their heads over a comment by rapper. Welcome to your online trends for Tuesday, February 19.
Jerry Buss, the man credited by many with bringing glamour back to basketball as the owner of the Los Angeles Lakers, died yesterday at the age of 80. Meanwhile, two of the world's greatest soccer -- ahem, football -- teams are scheduled to play today, bringing them one step closer to European dominance.
And finally, in a much more personal show of dominance, Chris Bosh and Lil Wayne appear to be arguing publicly about ... well, who really cares what started it. Celebrity slap fight!
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Jerry Buss was one of the greatest owners in the history of professional sports, the creator of the most entertaining championship teams ever, a fearless pioneer who bonded a giant and disparate city under a brilliant blanket of purple and gold. Yet he felt that watching the Lakers was like watching his children.
Chris Bosh wife
Rapper Lil Wayne claims he slept with the wife of an NBA player. The star – whose real name is Dwayne Carter Jr. – told a packed audience that he bedded Adrienne Williams Bosh, the spouse of Chris Bosh.
Bayern Munich's failure to lift European football's top prize since 2001, despite two Champions League final appearances in the past three seasons, is beginning to weigh on the German giants.
The Black Eyed Peas singer Fergie said on Monday that she and her husband, actor Josh Duhamel, are expecting a baby.
Nicolaus Copernicus NASA article was born on this day in 1473. More than a century before Galileo built his telescope, Copernicus determined the true movement of the planets, as well as the Earth’s rotation, with his naked eye.
Monday night's (February 18) episode of VH1's "Love & Hip Hop" was full of fights and discord between almost all parties.
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