Swirly Seeds: IMAN Posts A Rarely-Seen Photo Of Her And David Bowie’s 17-Year-Old Daughter

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IMAN Shares Rare Pic Of David Bowie’s Teen Daughter For Her Birthday

It’s not very often that we see photos of IMAN and the late David Bowie’s daughter Lexi, maybe for good reason, but just a few days ago the 62-year-old supermodel took to Instagram to show us what her remarkable DNA helped create.

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Lexi turned 17-years-old on August 16 and not only did IMAN post a celebratory photo/caption, but Bowie’s Instagram account holder (possibly IMAN), did the same.

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Over the years, IMAN has dutifully kept Lexi from the public’s eye, but perhaps that is changing with the sharing of this photo.

It was widely reported that IMAN was heartbroken over Bowie’s death in 2016 so we can’t really blame her for trying to protect her children.

Happy birthday, Lexi!


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David Bowie’s Last Post Before He Died: ‘Google Is Illuminati – Illuminati Is Google

Singer David Bowie contributed on a regular basis to the website bowie. Com, posting on his official forum. The final message he posted just weeks before he tragically died, was a prophetic warning concerning humanity in a world where information is totally controlled by Google. BOWIE BELIEVED GOOGLE WANTS TO ENSLAVE HUMANITY Bowie warned that […]
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David Robinson: Spurs would be ‘crazy’ not to want Irving

When Kyrie Irving requested a trade from the Cleveland Cavaliers, he listed the San Antonio Spurs as one of his preferred destinations.

Spurs legend David Robinson would love to see his old team make a move for the All-Star point guard.

“We’d be crazy not to want a talented guy like that. He’s been a force for (the Cavaliers),” the 52-year-old Hall of Famer said Monday on SiriusXM NBA Radio‏.

“I certainly think you add a talent like that to a system that can … enhance his impact in the game and make him more efficient.

“It’s just an enjoyable atmosphere where your teammates encourage one another, love one another. I can only see positive things. … We can only dream about good stuff like that.”

Irving, 25, would serve as a promising replacement as San Antonio’s starting point guard with the 35-year-old Tony Parker entering the twilight of his illustrious NBA career and still recovering from injury.

Related: Which of Kyrie’s 4 reported teams of interest is the best fit?

It’s worth noting, though, that Irving wants out of Cleveland and into a situation where he can be the focal point on offense. That’s reportedly what LaMarcus Aldridge sought when he signed with the Spurs two years ago, but he’s had to play second fiddle to superstar Kawhi Leonard. The same dynamic would likely materialize in San Antonio between Irving and Leonard.

And while the Spurs may have been one of the 20 or so teams that contacted Cleveland to inquire about Irving, they don’t appear to be one of the favorites to land him. The Phoenix Suns and Minnesota Timberwolves are believed to be the front-runners in the Irving sweepstakes based on the assets they can send back to the 2016 champs.

The four-time All-Star averaged 25.2 points, 5.8 assists, 3.2 rebounds, and 1.2 steals last season for the Cavs, who made their third straight Finals appearance. He has two guaranteed years remaining on his deal in which he'll earn about $ 39 million.

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Former KKK Leader David Duke Says The White Supremacist March In Virginia "Fulfills The Promises Of Donald Trump"

Prominent white supremeacist David Duke is marching in Donald Trump’s name at the violent “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, VA. “This represents a turning point for the people of this country,”. We are going to fulfill the promises of Donald Trump,”. the former Grand Wizard of the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan said at the rally. Posted By Persist

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David Blatt will return to Turkey, wait for another NBA opportunity

There won't be an NBA return for David Blatt this season.

The former Cleveland Cavaliers bench boss will again coach Turkish club Darussafaka in the upcoming season while he waits for another NBA opportunity, the Jerusalem Post's Allon Sinai reported.

“I have an end game and that end game is that I would really like to go back to the NBA,” Blatt said.

“There were no changes in the NBA this year from a coaching standpoint and my real goal is to try next year to get back into the league as a head coach. It may happen and it may not happen. But I wanted to leave that door open for myself if the opportunity arises.”

Blatt considered accepting a "lucrative three-year deal" earlier this summer to coach Maccabi Tel Aviv in Israel before choosing a return to Turkey. He's coached Maccabi at multiple points in his career, including a most recent stint from 2010-14.

“With my long and very good relationship with Maccabi, I just felt that it wouldn’t be right on my part to take over a program that really needs a long term commitment and overhaul and then after one year, if I decide to, take advantage of an option and leave for the NBA,” Blatt said.

The 58-year-old's only NBA head coaching job ended midway through the 2015-16 season when he was fired by Cleveland during his second campaign with the team. The Cavaliers went a combined 83-40 with Blatt at the helm, and lost in the 2014-15 Finals.

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Report: Knicks, David Griffin nearing talks for GM vacancy

The New York Knicks appear to have identified their top personnel target amid an ongoing front-office shake-up.

Following a series of conversations and a dinner meeting with executive Steve Mills, the Knicks are progressing toward a point where they will open contract talks with David Griffin regarding their general manager vacancy, according Adrian Wojnarowski and Ramona Shelburne of ESPN.

Mills, currently the acting general manager, is reportedly expected to take over as team president following the departure of Phil Jackson. If hired as GM, Griffin would have the lead role in basketball operations, Wojnarowski and Shelburne add.

Griffin became available this offseason when he and the Cleveland Cavaliers made the surprise announcement that the two sides would part ways. Cleveland enjoyed the most successful stretch in team history during Griffin’s three seasons at the helm, earning a trio of Eastern Conference titles and an NBA championship win over the Golden State Warriors in 2016.

Jackson's departure from New York on June 28 brought a merciful end to a disastrous front-office tenure. A series of questionable roster and management decisions resulted in the Knicks winning just 80 games in his three seasons, including a franchise-worst 17-65 mark in 2014-15.

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David Johnson motivated to help Cardinals win title for Palmer, Fitzgerald

David Johnson is hoping to send a pair veteran teammates out with an accomplishment that has eluded them to this point in their otherwise successful NFL careers.

Making an appearance on SiriusXM NFL Radio on Thursday, the Arizona Cardinals running back detailed his motivation to help Carson Palmer and Larry Fitzgerald get that ever-elusive ring.

“I don’t know as far as the team, but for me, I feel like definitely (it’s a goal to win for them),” Johnson said, via Kevin Patra of NFL.com. “Because Carson, especially Carson and Larry, those two guys have taught me so much in these last two years that helped me so much with the playbook.

“Learning how to run a route effectively, it’s not all about speed, it’s also about technique and stuff. So I really want to do it for those guys. Especially since they’re such – not just great athletes, but great people off the field. So I feel like there’s a little pressure on me to do as much as I can to get that ring for those two.”

The Cardinals were widely considered to be a Super Bowl favorite heading into 2016, boasting one of the league’s most talented and well-balanced rosters on both sides of the ball.

Things didn’t exactly work out as planned, though, with some frustrating inconsistencies leading to a 7-8-1 finish. Now that Palmer and Fitzgerald have put off retirement for at least another year, Arizona will give it another go with their longtime leaders in the mix.

Johnson will, of course, have a major impact on the club’s chances of accomplishing the lofty goal.

The 2015 third-round pick has quickly demonstrated an ability to single-handedly carry an offense. In a breakout sophomore campaign last year, Johnson compiled an impressive stat line of 1,239 rushing yards, 879 receiving yards, and 20 total touchdowns.

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Report: Knicks to interview former Cavs GM David Griffin for president job

David Griffin may not be out of a job for long.

The executive who recently parted ways with the Cleveland Cavaliers is set to interview for the New York Knicks‘ team president role, reports ESPN’s Ramona Shelburne.

The gig opened up Wednesday when Phil Jackson was relieved of his duties as president of basketball operations.

The team is expected to meet with several candidates regarding the vacancy, with general manager Steve Mills and advisor Tim Leiweke leading the search. It’s believed Jerry West, who’s close to Leiweke, recommended Griffin.

Griffin left the Cavaliers last week following three years as general manager. He helped assemble the club that's made three consecutive Finals appearances, highlighted by a run last year that saw them end the city's 52-year title drought.

Related: Cavs’ Jefferson calls Griffin basketball’s Theo Epstein

The executive reportedly departed after he and team owner Dan Gilbert couldn’t agree on the future of the organization, while his demands for a significant raise and more autonomy were denied. He reportedly left behind the plans for the Cavaliers to acquire a superstar via trade.

Related: LeBron ‘disappointed’ over Griffin leaving Cavs

Griffin said in a statement he’s “extremely excited for (his) next challenge in the NBA,” and being tasked with fixing the Knicks would be a challenge, to say the least.

The club hasn’t made the playoffs in four straight years, while last season was marred by all sorts of on- and off-court dysfunction. A lot of that had to do with the public battle between Jackson and star Carmelo Anthony, so at least that’s over and done with.

New York is rumored to also be targeting Oklahoma City Thunder GM Sam Presti and Toronto Raptors president Masai Ujiri.

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Good Riddance: Sheriff David Clarke Reverses Acceptance Of Homeland Security Role

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Sheriff David Clarke Turns Down Homeland Security Position

Musty mayo packet advocate Sheriff Clarke has turned down a position he previously accepted in Homeland Security. As previously reported the Milwaukee police official accepted a job as Assistant Secretary in the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

Now, however, it looks like Clarke’s turning it down.

According to The Hill, he’s reportedly withdrawn from consideration because of “significant delays” with his appointment. They also add that an adviser to the sheriff told The Washington Post that he had officially notified Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly late Friday that he had rescinded his acceptance.

Clarke was reportedly set to work on Trump’s immigration policy, of which he’s a BIG fan of.

Thank God for small blessings.

What do YOU think about Sheriff Clarke turning down the Homeland Security position???


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