The Cleveland Cavaliers are getting desperate, so they're wooing Paul George, Carmelo Anthony *and* Dwyane Wade.
When Félix Brouillet saw the first float in Saturday's Fête nationale parade in Montreal, he thought he was looking at a scene out of a 1960s movie about ancient Rome. Brouillet took out his phone and started filming the scene for Facebook. It quickly sparked controversy, with some saying organizers were advertising systemic racism by allowing floats to be pushed predominantly by minorities and ridden predominantly by white people.
Onstage at the Black Entertainment Television Awards (BET) Sunday night, everything was going smoothly: Mary J Blige strutted across the stage; Bruno Mars showed off his tight choreography; Chris Brown, Big Sean, and New Edition mesmerized the audience with their seamless performance.
Pacquiao said Conor McGregor isn’t “compatible with boxing,” and therefore will lose to Mayweather on Aug. 26 in Las Vegas.