The Kardashian baby maybe a double-team. Not even a month after Kim Kardashian announced she and Kanye West are pregnant, Khloe Kardashian and husband Lamar Odom are rumored to be expecting their first child. According to MediaTakeOut.com, both Kim and Khloe will be documenting their pregnancies on a reality show that will start filming in the spring. Both will make 50 percent more than they usually make on their previous reality shows.
When her pregnancy was first announced, Kim said she would not show the birth, “I’m going to keep that private,” but both Khloe and Kim have allowed cameras to follow their fertility struggles.
Khloe married NBA player Lamar Odom in 2009. The couple have not only battled to have children, but Odom’s career has come under harsh scrutiny. Despite being named the NBA’s Sixth Man of the Year in 2011, Odom was released from the Dallas Mavericks last season and is now only averaging 3.7 points a game in with the LA Clippers. the series Khloe and Lamar was pulled off E! in an effort for Odom to focus on his career… and hopefully to start a family!
President Obama has won at least one important matchup today, winning a pickup basketball game on the morning of Election Day. The President played with former Chicago Bulls players Scottie Pippen and Randy Brown, winning by 20-points.
The pickup game has become an Election Day tradition, which started during the 2007 Iowa Caucus with a then underdog Obama. This time playing with former NBA Champions, the President’s brother-in-law and Oregon State basketball coach Craig Robinson, Education Secretary Arne Duncan, White House Assistant Chef Sam Kass, Reggie Love, Mike Ramos and Marty Nesbitt.
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It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s not Dwight Howard? Now that Dwight Howard is an LA Laker he will no longer go by the nickname “Superman.” In an attempt to distance himself from Shaquille O’Neal, Howard is giving up the alter ego because of the similarities to Shaq despite both players having played for the Orlando Magic prior.
@DwightHoward asked his Twitter followers for suggestions on his new nickname, and after told reporters he will now go by “Iron Man.” Ironically, former Lakers star A.C. Green was nicknamed Iron Man because he played in an NBA record 1,192 straight games. Hopefully coaches are no longer Howard’s kryptonite.