Chappelle’s ‘8:46’ shocked America as it largely strayed away from his typical comedic routines, and instead carried a serious and urgent message.
Episodes five and six aired last Sunday, and we are now past the halfway point of ‘The Last Dance,’ a documentary that will surely go down in history as iconic and a model for how to manag
“[Kobe] He was the basketball version of me, and I was the rap version of him, and that’s facts!” Kanye West recently said about the late great Kobe Bryant. View this post on
Through his mindset we can pay homage to one of the greats by adopting his mentality and seizing every day like it’s game seven.
As a man with four daughters, Kobe became a figure and a champion for women’s athletics.
Some may argue his stats, real fans argue his strengths, but one thing we’ll always remember is the Kobe Bryant mindset.
Having turned every stone in basketball, Kobe is now shifting towards becoming the best businessman and creative he can be.
There is one thing that separates you from Jordan and Bryant and that is the dunk contest, or rather your absence from it.
In his new career as a businessman, investor, and entrepreneur, BodyArmor was one of his first projects.
When Kyrie Irving reportedly asked for a trade few months ago, nobody believed that he really wanted to leave the Cavs.