Saturday, November 01, 2014
NBA star Andrei Kirilenko says he's shocked that burglars broke into his Salt Lake City home and jacked a bunch of his stuff last week. Even worse, they took a few special items that made him really upset. The Brooklyn Nets player was heading to the Celebrity Dodge Barrage charity event at Basketball City in New York City when he opened about the incident to TMZ Sports, saying "I know Utah is the safest place in the world and I'm very surprised it happened there."

Could a reconciliation be on the cards for Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom. It sounds like Lamar would like to think so. According to Hollywood life the basketball star is keen to patch things up with his estranged wife now she's newly single.   [READ MORE]
The Atlanta Hawks have released an open letter of apology to the team, fans and city of Atlanta, saying the organization ''did not do the right thing'' to correct racially inflammatory words and innuendos. The apology, signed by CEO Steve Koonin, was released on Saturday, one day after the team announced general manager Danny Ferry was taking an indefinite leave of absence following his racially charged comments about Luol Deng. Koonin says the Hawks ''must own these shortcomings and failures.   [READ MORE]
Making a splashy trip across the pond, British avant-garde designer Gareth Pugh put on a "live immersive fashion experience" involving scantily clad modern dancers undulating in a vast, darkened pier space on the East River that, in daytime, houses seven basketball courts. Guests sipped drinks and snacked on wild mushroom canapes as they followed the dancers from one stage to another, and fog machines billowed.   [READ MORE]
TMZ Sports has learned the woman who sued former L.A. Lakers player Devin Ebanks for sexual assault is DROPPING her lawsuit against the ex-NBA'er . Ebanks -- a 2nd round pick in the 2010 Draft -- was sued by a woman who filed the lawsuit anonymously back in 2012 claiming he raped her after partying at a Hollywood nightclub together. The L.A. County D.A. refused to file charges against Ebanks due to lack of evidence.   [READ MORE]
Stevie Wonder's 1976 album Songs in the Key of Life is almost always listed on music critics' rankings of top albums of all time. Now, 38 years later, the music legend will to take the album on tour — performing such classics as "Isn't She Lovely," "Sir Duke," "I Wish" and "Another Star" in a whole new way. The 64-year-old Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee announced the arena tour this week at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles before performing "Isn't She Lovely." The North American tour will kick off at New York City's Madison Square Garden, hit Toronto and then end at Oakland's Oracle Arena. Tickets go on sale Sept. 20.


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