If Carmelo Anthony fails to find a job in the NBA ahead of the 2019-20 season, Ice Cube believes the veteran could find a home in the BIG3.
There have been no shortage of detractors regarding the Los Angeles Lakers’ decision to bring in Dwight Howard, but one of the team’s biggest A-list backers are saying fans should give him a chance.
The BIG3 issued a surprising statement Wednesday to announce how the upstart 3-on-3 basketball league has cut ties with a handful of players, including Lamar Odom.
BIG3 founder Ice Cube has some advice for Lamar Odom as he attempts to resurrect his professional basketball career by possibly joining the 3-on-3 league: Put in the work.
Ice Cube doesn’t understand why Los Angeles even needs the Clippers, what with the city already boasting the iconic and championship-rich Lakers franchise.
The Big3 on Wednesday announced that 3’s Company player-coach Allen Iverson will be suspended for the team’s upcoming game in Lexington, Ky.
Paul Pierce is only days into his NBA retirement, officially speaking, and there’s already a standing offer for him to play basketball.
Terrell Owens recently stated his case as to why he should be a player in the BIG3. But Ice Cube, the fledgling 3-on-3 hoops league’s founder, isn’t interested.
Ice Cube has been a part of Raiders lore going all the way back to the 1980s when he famously rocked the team’s gear as one of the leaders of seminal rap act N.W.A.
Los Angeles Dodgers legend and MLB icon Tommy Lasorda somehow, some way, met up with Ice Cube in the stands at Dodger Stadium during Monday night’s game against the New York Mets.
Back in the day, Ice Cube, before he began appearing in movies with children and animals (bad idea), and his cohorts in N.W.A. frequently dressed themselves in Raiders gear.