Being that my hubby is entertained by anything sports related, the NBA basketball finals have been playing on our TV a lot lately. Always a fan of a close game, I got roped in and watched last night's playoff competition. It's tied between the Lakers and the Celtics — the hoops rivals of my youth — making the games super exciting. Celebs Leonadro DiCaprio, Justin Timberlake, and even Kim Kardashian are following the action on the court. Are you?
If you've got a thing for basketball and can't live without your Skullcandy cans, then listen up. Starting today, Skullcandy is taking a cue from Monster's MLB-branded Beats headphones and releasing NBA-branded Mix Master DJ headphones adorned with your favorite teams — Miami Heat, Boston Celtics, Chicago Bulls, LA Lakers, New York Knicks, and Cleveland Cavaliers — for $300. If you think that price is too high, consider the fact that the Mix Master DJ headphones are the brainchild of music legend Mix Master Mike and come with features like a mute button, ear pads, and patented technology to make the best sound quality ever. They're available in Apple Stores and online now, but you gotta hurry — there's only 100 of each style!
Last night's episode of The Next Food Network Star saw the Food Network hopefuls prepping signature chocolate dishes for NBA royalty, as well as serving up courtside food for the fans. It also took us from eight chefs down to six. That's right, in one fell swoop we lost two contestants. So who went home and who got to stick around in hopes of becoming a star? To get my full recap, read more
Practice makes perfect--unless you're Allen Iverson and the mere mention of "practice" makes you want to "Pete and Repete" yourself through a press conference. He shoots, he scores-- but can he shut himself up?