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Annual 2 Kings Dinner Featuring Jay-Z and LeBron James coming to Toronto for NBA All Star Weekend

The Annual 2 Kings Dinner featured Jay-z and Lebron James will be coming to Toronto in February 2016 as the city hosts the 2016 NBA All Star Weekend. The location of the dinner is still T.B.A. however inside sources tell me it will be at Drake new plush nightspot inside Air Canada Center. Perhaps it will be the 3 Kings Dinner since Drake is hosting the events this year discreetly with the NBA. Either way make sure you are in Toronto for the weekend. Will be one you will never forget!

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Will Lebron James enter 2016 NBA All Star Slam Dunk Contest and 3 Point Shoot out in Toronto?

Every year we have speculation about some of the best players competing in the slam dunk contest, and the 2016 NBA All Star Slam Dunk Contest will be no different. Sources have said that LeBron James has talked about holding that trophy up before his career ends. Not only for the slam dunk contest, but he wants to go after the 3 point contest trophy as well. Will it happen in 2016 Toronto All Star Weekend? That is still up to the King himself.

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Drake Drops Back to Back Another Meek Mill Diss - Can't Wait For All Star Weekend Toronto Appearance 2016 February - Get Tickets Now!

Will Meek Mill be at the 2016 NBA All Star Weekend in Toronto? We don't think so after the host of the event Drake put out the Diss against Meek Mill called Back to Back!

Drake is back on the mic with yet another response to Meek Mill's allegations that he uses ghostwriters. The rapper dropped his latest diss track, "Back To Back," earlier Wednesday morning (July 29), after sharing the first, "Charged Up," last Saturday.

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N.B.A. Finals 2015: Drought Ends in Style as Warriors Win Title Over Cavaliers

The Golden State Warriors launched some 8,900 shots this season. They attempted layups and 3-pointers, runners and elbow jumpers. They dazzled fans and overwhelmed opponents. But every time the ball left their fingertips, the Warriors seemed to be building toward something bigger and better, toward the brightest stage and the grandest prize.

The Warriors were chasing history, a journey they completed Tuesday at Quicken Loans Arena with a 105-97 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 6 of the N.B.A. finals.

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