PosterTime: Rudy Gay Puts Serge Ibaka On A Screensaver

Rudy Gay attacks, elevates and drops the two-handed facial on Serge Ibaka.

Big Sean The Breakfast Club Interview

Big Sean makes his return The Breakfast Club to sit down with DJ Envy, Angela Yee and Charlemagne Tha God. Big Sean talked about his recent single called I Dont Fuck With You, new girlfriend Ariana Grande, the Detroit Vs. Everybody track, working with Eminem, and his forthcoming album.

Chris Rock Talks Top Five & Athletes Use of the N-Word

Actor and Comedian Chris Rock joins First Take’s Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless to discuss his new movie “Top Five”, the NFL penalizing players using the n-word and more.

David Banner (@THEREALBANNER) Message to America on Sway in the Morning

David Banner swings by Sway in the Morning to speak his mind. He has a message to our culture and gives us tips and a probable solution.

“How can black people be held accountable for things they do, when they don’t know what they’re doing.” Says Banner. “We don’t know why we hate ourselves. We don’t know why we’re doing what we do.”

Further more, he suggests to have a strong “Knowledge of self” and tells us to “create our own. Distribute our own, and buy our own.” While comparing ourselves to the “White Supremacy.”

YG (@YG) Talks About Grammy Snubbed

YG says he thinks that he didn’t get a Grammy nomination because he is from the streets.

Utah To Unveil the Largest US Ski Resort

Utah is set to become home to the largest ski resort in the US, with a $50 million injection that will include a high-speed, two-way gondola that connects Park City Mountain Resort and the neighboring slopes of Canyons Resort.

In total, that means that skiers will have access to more than 7,300 acres of terrain.

The project is being called “one of the most ambitious and impactful plans undertaken at any resort in US ski history” by parent company and mountain resort operator Vail Resorts.

If the plan receives regulatory approval, the money would first go towards building an “Interconnect Gondola,” an eight-passenger ride that would start at the base of Park City at Silverlode Lift, going to the Flatiron Lift at Canyons.

Existing lifts would be upgraded to increase passenger capacity and reduce crowding. Money would also go towards expanding and upgrading resort restaurants with increased seating as well as improving maintenance and upgrades to snowmaking equipment.

The project is scheduled to be complete for the 2015-2016 ski season.

Under the new scheme, the unified resort would be named ‘Park City Mountain Resort’ and the Canyons base area renamed ‘Canyons at Park City.’

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