NBA superstar Russell Westbrook was with a group, including Reggie Bush, at Encore Beach Club.
Dennis Rodman dove into The Beach Nightclub during its apex that June evening, a trip famous because it took place on an off night during the 1997 NBA Finals.
Kobe Bryant said of the NBA in Vegas: “If it is a great opportunity, it depends on venue. I think the big issue would be the venue.”
MGM Resorts’ original plan was for Mandalay Bay Events Center to compete with The Colosseum at Caesars Palace and Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood.
Shaquille O’Neal, famous NBA superstar, restaurateur and broadcaster, has been added to Wynn Nightlife residency roster for this summer’s pool season.
Charles Oakley’s attempt to change the outcome of a table game at The Cosmopolitan has cost the ex-NBA star $1,000.
Derek Stevens has gained priceless promotional value with his NCAA Tournament gambit. Before the tournament, the aggressively loyal Michigan grad bet $25,000 on the Wolverines to win the championship at 40-1 odds.
Austin “Chumlee” Russell is not a college-basketball handicapper. He’s better versed in the Fantastic Four than the Final Four. But Chumlee stands to win $5,000 in an NCAA Tournament bracket challenge.
If not for Bill Foley’s affection for U. S. Military Academy at West Point , the Vegas Golden Knights would be called the Vegas Aces.
The Kats! Bureau remains Midtown Manhattan, dancing between the raindrops as the city today is under a drizzle. From my writing post I have a view of Marquis Theatre on 46th Street.