Jul 2, 2015
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The young shooting guard is going to the 76ers as part of a salary cap dump. The Sacramento Kings are clearing salary cap space for a massive veteran free agent overhaul. The Kings sent power forwards Carl Landry and Jason Thompson to the Philadelphia 76ers on Wednesday, and threw in Nik Stauskas to do it, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports.
England defender Laura Bassett was inconsolable as she lay face down on the field, sobbing. Japanese players gathered at the other end of the field in celebration - and relief - in realizing how close they came to squandering a chance to defend their Women's World Cup title. After Japan was outplayed for much of the second half, a turn of Bassett's foot followed by a fortunate bounce off the crossbar led to an own goal in the final minute of stoppage time that allowed Japan pull out a 2-1 victory in the semifinal Wednesday.
If you're Hilary Duff, you don't have the basic human luxury of not giving "a f***." Such is life for the former Disney star, who was as freewheeling as ever in a new interview with PrideSource. "I don't know what it's like to be a totally normal girl who doesn't give a f*** about anything," said the 27-year-old during a chat with the LGBT publication about her latest album, Breathe In. Breathe Out. WATCH: Hilary Duff Is on Tinder! It's been eight years since Duff's last release, Dignity -- a break that was critical to her well-being, she says. Transitioning beyond Lizzie McGuire, Duff reveals, was "hard." "Instead of me trying to calculate how to do it and how to be successful at it – a lot of people chose different ways than I did, like Lindsay Lohan and the Olsen twins and even Miley Cyrus -- I just chose to bow out for a minute." Reddit After a period of introspection, Duff decided to step away from the spotlight to determine her next move, though she admits it was "scary, because there was no guarantee that my career was still gonna be there." "I really needed it personally," she reveals. "I grew up in the spotlight and on tour and with everyone just knowing me and knowing me a certain way. At some point I was like, 'I don't even know if I'm that person anymore, and I don't even have the time to figure that out.' .. I was like, 'I'm done. I don't enjoy this anymore. I'm not who I wanna be.'" WATCH: Hilary Duff Reunites with 'Lizzie McGuire' Co-Stars -- See the Pic! Though the actress retired her idolized teen-icon persona in 2004, there was no escaping Lizzie McGuire -- even years after the show ended. Lizzie-obsessed millennials still weren't ready to grow out of Lizzie, but Duff was. That, she says candidly, led to some "super annoying" years. "As torturous as it has been at some points in my life to be Lizzie McGuire, I think that when that show came out, it was such a part of who I was, I didn't feel like I was playing a part,” she said. “The writers all knew me so well and were writing things that were happening in my life and things that I would say, and I was dressing exactly like I wanted. It was so me." The revelations don't stop there! Here are some other tidbits from PrideSource's Hilary Duff tell-all: Disney On Miley Cyrus: "I look at someone like Miley, and as crazy as people might think the whole thing is, I commend her. She's so wholeheartedly being herself and is unapologetic about that and she's doing a great job. As much as people wanna hate on her for wearing this or doing that or whatever it is people hate on her for, I think she gets the last laugh. At the end of the day, her talent backs it all up. I don't always relate to everything that she's doing, but I love that she's unapologetically herself." On her advice to other child stars: "It's a really hard road, to be honest. To make a transition from that is... I feel like even more so now than it was, your youth is totally taken away. You see these girls dressing like they're 20 when they're 14. With Instagram and all this -- it's a youth-sucker. Being 14 in 2015 is intense. I don't know what I would've been like if I had all those outlets to pay attention to and all that babble shit. It's kind of scary. It scares me raising my kid." On what she'd tell her 3-year-old son, Luca, if he came out to her: "Oh my gosh. I would be so accepting. … Ah, it could almost make me cry. I feel like... that must be such a lonely place if you don't feel accepted by your family. I can't imagine. So, 100 percent, I feel like I would notice all the signs and be the first one to bring it up if I had to, and I would want him to wholeheartedly be himself and know that that was accepted by me." WATCH: Hilary Duff Gushes About Her Son Luca: 'I Feel Like He Chose Me' Awww! Unconditional love. And as if that wasn't sweet enough -- check out Duff getting gushy about her sweet son in the video below:
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As Bobbi Kristina Brown remains in hospice care in the Atlanta area, ET has learned that she was taken to Chicago before being moved to the Peachtree Christian Hospice. VIDEO: Bobby Brown Resurfaces at Hospice to Be by Bobbi Kristina's Side Sources confirm to ET that before Bobbi Kristina entered the hospice in late June, her aunt Pat Houston flew with her to Chicago on a MEDVAC plane to see a medical specialist, who confirmed that there was no hope for Bobbi Kristina’s recovery. ET has also learned that there has been no increase in security despite reports to the contrary. Bobby Brown and Whitney Houston's 22-year-old daughter has had a steady stream of family and friends come visit her since she entered the hospice, including Tyler Perry and Bobby Brown's sister, Tina. Bobby returned to the hospice late Monday after not being seen for three days. While the Brown and Houston families have seemed to set aside their differences for the sake of Bobbi Kristina, they may not be burying the hatchet with Nick Gordon. WATCH: Tyler Perry Joins Family Members Visiting Bobbi Kristina Brown The 25 year old is accused of physically abusing Bobbi Kristina and stealing money from her in a lawsuit filed by Bobbi Kristina's conservator. "If this case goes to trial, you'll see the Brown family and the Houston family both testify on behalf of the state," private investigator T.J. Ward, who has no connection with the case, told ET.
Photographer Chase Richardson slipped and fell while he was in the middle of taking bridal party pictures at a wedding last June. Poor guy!Fortunately, though, his wedding fail was not in vain because it resulted in this excellent photo:Credit: Chase Richardson/Followell PhotographyRichardson snapped the photo at the nuptials of Kristina and...
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