Good Morning: 11.1.12



After dropping 37 points and 12 dimes in his debut, James Harden was given $80 million by the Rockets.


Kobe Bryant and the Lakers fell to the Trailblazers last night, dropping them to 0-2 on the season.


Mike Brown is convinced his offense is the best for the Lakers in the long run. Mark Cuban just hopes the Lakers suck.


Anthony Davis scored 21 points in his NBA debut, but New Orleans fell to San Antonio.


The Knicks and Nets postponed their opener due to Hurricane Sandy.


The re-up: Taj Gibson re-signs with the Bulls, Jrue Holliday re-signs with the 76ers, and Blake Griffin signs a deal with Jordan Brand.


A Brooklyn teenager is on the verge of becoming the first African-American female chess master.


Lance Armstrong has pissed off the Olympics.


Jerry Sandusky has been moved to death row.





Breezy went out as a terrorist last night.


Cee Lo Green has been accused of sexual assault while in a sushi restaurant.


Nicki Minaj says her new reality show will offer a different side, and to expect the unexpected.


Kanye West hugs it out with the paparazzi.


D.L. Hughley says he doesn't like black women because they are messed up and angry.


Check out Ludacris, Usher and David Guetta as they work on their latest single, “Rest of My Life”.






It is amazing what happens when our political leaders put partisan bickering aside and work together, as Chris Christie and President Obama have shown in New Jersey this week. Why does it take a disaster of this proportion for it to happen?



The FDNY has a Flickr with some of the damage from Sandy.


New York's subway system partially returned to action this morning.


More bad news for New Jersey: They have an oil spill.


Another week, another GOP male gives his opinion on rape and abortion.





Kids from St. Clairsville High School in Ohio, led by Michigan recruit Michael Ferns, helped a freshman teammate overcome the sudden loss of his father.





Joey Bada$$ and the Pro Era crew released a video for Fromdatomb$. Pass the herbs…



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