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Source: The Guradian

The Sopranos, glorious pioneer of today’s TV golden age

13-Jan-2019

In “College”, the fifth episode of The Sopranos, the double life of troubled mobster Tony Soprano comes into sharp focus.

The vast amount of brilliant, idiosyncratic television that we now enjoy is due in no small part to David Chase’s refusal to be full of shit.

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Source: The Guradian

DeMarcus Cousins was a luxury for the Warriors: now he may be a necessity

Wednesday 01:30 GMT

In a matter of days, once DeMarcus Cousins returns from the achilles injury that has sidelined him all season, the Golden State Warriors will have the capacity to start an all-All Star lineup, the first time that has happened since last February, during the actual All Star game.

Despite lousy shooting seasons so far from Thompson and Green, the Warriors are still the NBA’s top offense and, at least when Green is on the floor, the league’s top defense.

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Source: Common Domain

The Kansas City Chiefs Are Football’s Golden State Warriors

Saturday 17:14 GMT

The Golden State Warriors built a dynasty based on a mathematical fact so rudimentary it’s obvious to preschoolers: Three points are more than two.

The first time the Warriors made the playoffs in the Curry era, they lost—to Gregg Popovich and the San Antonio Spurs.

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Source: Global News

Dave Chappelle says R. Kelly wanted to fight him after ‘golden shower’ skit

Saturday 19:59 GMT

READ MORE: Authorities ask R. Kelly sex-abuse accusers, witnesses to come forward. Billboard added that Kelly has been removed from the RCA website, and “reps for Sony and R. Kelly could not be immediately reached.”

The comedian recorded the 2003 skit for The Chappelle Show after Kelly was arrested in 2002 over the sex tape that allegedly saw him urinate on an underage girl. Dave Chappelle claims that he was threatened by R. Kelly’s “goons” after making fun of the I Believe singer with the infamous ‘Piss on You‘ sketch.


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