Master P returns with his latest mixtape called The Gift Vol 1: Return Of The Ice Cream Man hosted by DJ Swamp Izzo. It comes with 21 tracks with guess features from The Game, Nipsey Hussle, E-40, Jeremih, Alley Boy, Yo Gotti, and Fat Trel.
Pharrell calls up The Breakfast Club to chat with DJ Envy, Angela Yee and Charlamagne Tha God. Pharrell talks about the support of his fans, Pusha T’s S.N.I.T.C.H., stepping away from music, his hat, and his new album G I R L, the controversy over the artwork.
Free-agent forward Caron Butler intends to sign with the Oklahoma City Thunder after he clears waivers Saturday, sources told ESPN.com.
Butler reached a buyout agreement with the Milwaukee Bucks and was waived on Thursday. The Heat also were interested in acquiring Butler, who played his first two NBA seasons with Miami and remains close with Heat star Dwyane Wade.
The Thunder might be able to give Butler more playing time as a backup to Kevin Durant. Oklahoma City, which is without center Kendrick Perkins for up to six weeks, could use more smaller lineups the rest of the season, which may open up chances for Butler.
The 34-year-old Butler averaged 11.0 points and 4.6 rebounds in 34 games for the Bucks. He has battled a high ankle sprain that’s cost him time recently and is shooting a career-low 39 percent. But he scored 17 or more points four times in his past 10 games.
Former All-Star forward Danny Granger has decided to sign with the Los Angeles Clippers, according to a source with knowledge of the situation.
The San Antonio Spurs, Houston Rockets, Miami Heat and Dallas Mavericks all made a run at Granger, but ultimately he chose the Clippers late Thursday night because they offered him the best opportunity to play meaningful minutes for a contender.
Granger is expected to clear waivers at 5 p.m. ET Friday. He was officially waived Wednesday after completing a contract buyout with the Philadelphia 76ers. The Sixers had acquired him from the Indiana Pacers just before the trade deadline for Evan Turner and Lavoy Allen.
If no team claims Granger, 30, he can sign with the Clippers. Granger already was in Los Angeles on Thursday and worked out at a local gym, according to a source.
Granger hopes to play Saturday when the Clippers host the Pelicans, a source said.
By signing with the Clippers, he will become the second veteran player coach and senior vice president of player personnel Doc Rivers has recruited to the team in a week. Last week Rivers outrecruited several other teams to sign forward Glen Davis, after he was bought out by the Orlando Magic. Davis played for Rivers in Boston, where they won the 2008 NBA championship and lost in the 2010 Finals.
Air Jordan 11 Low
Release Date: 05/03/14