Follow The Beat On Twitter:  Sign Up For Our Newsletter! Leave it up to new generation NBA icon Lebron James, to take advantage of his platform and power. Calling out the press for not keeping “that same energy” with Kyrie Irvin questions, and not with the Jerry Jones picture that resurfaced across the internet. Lebron […]

Did you hear Shaquille O’Neal is in the DFW this week making rounds? He came down to visit St. Philip’s School for their Destiny Award luncheon today alongside former Dallas Mavericks coach Avery Johnson! What one lucky family in Grapevine didn’t know, was that he was also coming to see them and gift something special […]

It seemed like the world stopped when we lost Kobe Bryant. Almost a year and a half later, and it still feels confusing that his life is no longer here. Generously, ABC had a debut special last night, August 18th, just for the Black Mamba titled ‘Superstar’. During the documentary, fans get an inside look […]

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LeBron James sat courtside at the Lakers Summer League game against the Pistons in Las Vegas.  Cavaliers played after the Lakers game and LeBron was even seen chopping it up with his former coach. The big story is the shorts he’s rocking, they already sold out even though they cost $500. Follow The Beat On […]

Since Kobe Bryant retired he's kept a pretty low profile, but the outpouring of respect and love from fans hasn't stopped, and Snoop Dogg may have given him the best retirement gift yet.

Royalty in purple and gold. Kobe Bryant played his final game in the NBA last night; his 20-year career coming to an end. It was…

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After a 20-year career, Kobe Bean Bryant will play his last NBA game against the Utah Jazz on Wednesday night.

Kobe Bryant's way of motivating his teammates has always been to push...and slightly infuriate them.

As Kobe Bryant continues his bittersweet retirement tour around the league, it's clear that a lot of people don't want him to leave.

Kobe Bryant is known for his competitive edge and, at times, less than stellar attitude.

Monday was Media Day around the NBA, and Nick told ESPN reporter Arash Markazi that he no longer wants to be called Swaggy P.