The Classic Eames LDR Table Gets a Limited Edition Eucalyptus Wood Update

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A$AP Rocky's Swedish Lawyer Was Shot in the Head

A$AP Rocky’s Swedish Lawyer Was Shot in the Head

The shooting took place in Stockholm and is suspected to be an ambush.

Will Smith Just Became Onitsuka Tiger's New Social Media Project Partner

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Smith’s first collaboration with a Japanese fashion brand.

KITH FW19 Runway Flexed Collabs With 'Vogue,' Disney & More

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“KITH AIR” had runway spectators traveling around the globe.

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King Ice Drops Death Row Records Jewelry Collection

King Ice Drops Death Row Records Jewelry Collection

Presented by
King Ice

Celebrating West Coast hip-hop.

fragment design x BE@RBRICK Unveil Figure of Beloved Mickey Mouse

fragment design x BE@RBRICK Unveil Figure of Beloved Mickey Mouse

Available to purchase through an online lottery system.

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LeBron isn’t ‘same animal’ about winning, Griffin believes – NBCSports.com

LeBron isn’t ‘same animal’ about winning, Griffin believes – NBCSports.com

By now, you know the set up for the upcoming NBA season. 

The Warriors, fresh off five straight NBA Finals appearances, are wounded, limping into the new campaign without Kevin Durant, Andre Iguodala, Shaun Livingston and DeMarcus Cousins. Klay Thompson is recovering from a torn ACL and is expected to be out until at least the All-Star break.

Meanwhile, the rest of the Western Conference got better. Anthony Davis joined LeBron James with the Lakers. Kawhi Leonard and Paul George teamed up on the Clippers, Russell Westbrook now is a Rocket and Mike Conley now calls Utah home. 

With the Warriors licking their wounds, many expect James and the Lakers to battle the Clippers for

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Lakers get Horton-Tucker in 2nd round after trading top pick

AP
Published 1:01 a.m. ET June 21, 2019

LOS ANGELES (AP) — A few hours after the Los Angeles Lakers made a draft pick for another team, they made a solid addition to their own roster.

Although the Lakers gave up the fourth overall pick in the yet-to-be-announced trade for Anthony Davis earlier this month, they acquired the 46th overall pick from Orlando on Thursday night and used it on Iowa State’s Talen Horton-Tucker.

“It’s a dream come true,” said Horton-Tucker, who didn’t work out for the Lakers or meet with them at the combine. “Everybody grows up and wants to play for a team like that.”

Horton-Tucker is a Chicago native who played only one season with the Cyclones before entering the draft. He will still be 18 years old when the Lakers report to training camp.

He is also a client of Klutch Sports, the agency that represents Davis and LeBron James. Horton-Tucker trained for the draft in Los Angeles, and he called it his “dream destination.”

“It’s actually great to come in with two guys like that

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