"I have a name..."
"For three years, my body has been a prisoner of trying to get pregnant."
"I thought D. Wade was the new and improved Gucci Mane for a minute."
Black love FTW!
The Chicago Bulls star said he was conflicted after Trump cited the killing in a bid to gain black support.
The fatal shooting of Nykea Aldridge as she pushed her baby in a stroller was a grim reminder of just how bad it's gotten in the Windy City.
Nykea Aldridge was fatally shot while pushing a child in a stroller in Chicago on Friday. The Republican nominee said her death was emblematic of high crime rates that will lead black Americans to support him.
"Ali & Jackie would be proud."
"Enough is enough."
All hail the Wades.
The 2015-16 NBA season tips off Tuesday, October 27 on TNT!
Who else would actually pay to see this in theaters?
Nothing like a good ol' red carpet stoop.
"He did good for an old geezer."
Cutest couple ever. In honor of #TheWadeUnion.
"LeBron made the right decision for him and his family because home is where your heart is."
Lebron James' agent informed the Miami Heat that he will exercise the early termination clause in his contract, effectively making him a free agent.
LOOK AT THAT ROCK. Whoa.
Ebony magazine got a dig in at the Tea Party and Twitter did the rest.
Chris Bosh is a photo-bombing legend.
Definitive proof that it's always a bad idea.
President Obama tells LeBron it's his world, and Wade offers the president a contract.
FLYING DEATH MACHINE.
He was tired of everyone talking about Russell Westbrook.
How about Barack Obama, Lady Gaga, Drake, and Chris Brown? BuzzFeed investigates.
HE DIDN'T MEAN TO, PROMISE.
The Miami Heat guard was ridiculed by the Internet last night, when he arrived at the arena in pink pants. Those people clearly don't understand the power of SWAG.
"Who throws a shoe? Honestly."
I'm no expert, but I'm pretty sure this is wrong.
There's nothing quite like the art of the nightclub poster. And when the night in question is being hosted by an NBA player, the results are amazing.
How's that for a one-two punch?
This is what you call "unlimited range."
The Miami Heat guard continued his support for Trayvon Martin's cause by adding an addition to his shoes before tonight's game with Oklahoma City. (via @Jose3030)
LeBron James tweeted it, along with the message, "#WeAreTrayvonMartin #Hoodies #Stereotyped #WeWantJustice".
The Miami Heat play basketball like it's a video game, and they have all the cheat codes.
"This has been an extremely emotional and tough decision to come to."