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Tiger: Changes need to be made to golf ball

6:51 PM ET Tiger Woods thinks that unless officials makes wholesale changes to the golf ball, PGA Tour events will need to be played on courses approaching 8,000 yards. “We need to do something about the golf ball,” Woods said in a wide-ranging interview with UConn women’s basketball coach Geno Auriemma on the “Holding Court with Geno Auriemma” podcast. “I just think it’s going too far, because we’re having to build golf courses, if they want to have a championship venue, they’ve got to be 7,400 to 7,800 yards long. “And if the game keeps progressing the way it is with technology, I think the 8,000-yard golf course is not too far away. And that’s pretty scary because we don’t have enough property to start designing the...

Beyonce’s Lil Kim Halloween Costume Was Made Up of Five Different Looks

Beyoncé & JAY-Z dressed up as Lil Kim and Notorious B.I.G. for Halloween, and it turns out Bey’s outfit was actually a five-part extravaganza of looks paying tribute to the rapper. The singer wore five different costumes in Lil Kim’s likeness and shared pictures of each iconic one on her website Friday (Nov. 3). Among Beyonce’s Lil Kim costumes: her outfit from 1997’s “The Rain” music video, her No Way Out Tour look from 1997, her bold choice on the red carpet of the 1999 Source Hip Hop Music Awards and two editorial spreads, from Today’s Black Woman and Manhattan File magazines. “Hip hop would not be the same without our original Queen B,” Beyonce’s website reads. See all the pictures here, and check out Lil Kim’s react...

Sources: Lakers’ Nance expected out 4-6 weeks

6:47 PM ET Adrian WojnarowskiESPN Los Angeles Lakers forward Larry Nance Jr. is undergoing surgery Friday to repair his fractured left hand and there is an expectation that he will miss four to six weeks, league sources told ESPN. Nance suffered a fractured second metacarpal in Thursday’s loss to the Portland Trail Blazers. Nance has averaged 10.6 points and 7.5 rebounds in eight games as a starter this season. He averaged 21.5 minutes in his first two seasons, mostly as a reserve, before moving into the Lakers’ starting lineup this season. Nance was the 27th overall pick in the 2015 NBA draft out of Wyoming.

MILCK Talks Atlantic Records COO Julie Greenwald’s Praising Email, Breaks Down New ‘Quiet’ Video

The singer-songwriter even has a special message for girls everywhere. The artist called MILCK (neé Connie Lim) started trending in January when she sang her song “Quiet” at the Women’s March on Washington. The track became a viral phenomenon, garnering more than 15 million views on Facebook within a matter of two days, and has even gone on to be the unofficial anthem of the Women’s March. In the wake of Harvey Weinstein’s sexual assault allegations, with women and men speaking out against many other predators, the singer-songwriter couldn’t have released the groundbreaking track at more of a fitting time. Women from all walks of life have been using their voices to bring awareness, including Atlantic Records chairman and COO Julie Greenwald, who circulated an email on Wednesday appl...

Roy Woods Takes a Victory Lap With Swae Lee & Lil Yachty on Hypnotic New Single ‘Afterparty’

Roy Woods takes a well-earned victory lap on his hypnotic, hedonistic new single “Afterparty,” which he dropped on Friday (Nov. 3). The 21-year-old Toronto MC spits dexterous bars over a dreamy, up-tempo beat courtesy of FrancisGotHeat. The OVO Sound signee allows for a brief moment of self-reflection and congratulations: “Sixteen when when I started rapping, now I’m 21 and made.” Lil Yachty and Swae Lee (of Rae Sremmurd) show up for tasteful, percussive feature verses as well. Yachty sounds more focused than he does on his typically off-beat solo tracks, but Lee’s brisk feature offers the best flex: “I’m rollin’ up some green, avocado.” “Afterparty” is Woods’ first single off his upcoming album, Say Less. He first announced the project in March, calling it his “debut” even though 2016’s W...

Colin Kaepernick Case Will Include Pete Carroll, Paul Allen

Colin Kaepernick Case Pete Carroll, Paul Allen to Be Deposed … Phone Records, Emails 11/3/2017 3:15 PM PDT EXCLUSIVE Add two very important members of the Seattle Seahawks to the group of people who will be deposed in the Colin Kaepernick collusion case.  TMZ Sports has learned Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll and owner Paul Allen will join a long list of NFL honchos who will be deposed and asked to turn over all cell phone records and emails relating to Kaep’s case against the league.  So far, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, Patriots owner Bob Kraft and Texans owner Bob McNair are also on the list … according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.  It was widely reported Colin and the Seahawks had a positive meeting over the summer but the Seahawks never made a formal offer.  After t...

Bobby Brown and Bobbi Kristina’s Estate Settle with TV One Over Biopic Suit

Bobby Brown, Bobbi Kristina Estate Settle Biopic Suit 11/3/2017 3:59 PM PDT EXCLUSIVE Bobby Brown and the estate of Bobbi Kristina have reached a settlement with TV One over the dispute about the biopic on her life … according to new legal docs. We broke the story … the estate joined forces with Brown in September to stop the biopic from airing. Bobby claimed the portrayal of him as a bad dad was defamatory, and Bobbi Kristina’s estate claimed the show violated her right to privacy. It aired anyway last month on October 8. It seems … even though they weren’t able to block the airing of the show, Brown and Bobbi’s estate were able to score some cash in the settlement. They wanted more than $2 million in damages, but it’s unclear how much they got. A...

Humans cause climate change, federal report says, contradicting Trump officials

Human activity is the “dominant cause” of the warmest global temperatures in modern history and has also resulted in changes including rising sea levels, more frequent heat waves and the increasing concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, according to the federal Climate Science Special Report, an annual assessment of the physical impacts of climate change. The report, which is the result of collaboration across a number of federal government agencies and was assented to by the White House, appears to refute much of what President Donald Trump and his administration have said about the subject, notably that the impact of humans on climate change was uncertain. The study notes that “thousands of studies conducted by researchers around the world have documented ch...

BTS Unveils New Twitter Emoji to Celebrate AMAs Performance Announcement

On Friday (Nov. 3), BTS earned their second Twitter emoji — connected to the hashtags #BTSxAMAs and #ARMYxAMAs — following the announcement that they will be performing their record-breaking single, “DNA,” at the American Music Awards on Nov. 19. The AMAs appearance will be the K-pop superstars’ first time performing on an American awards show after making their debut appearance on one at the Billboard Music Awards in May, where they won Top Social Artist over big-name acts like Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez.  The new emoji is based on the group’s newly redesigned logo, which they unveiled in July with an animated video. Oh! Look what you did, @BTS_twt army ➡️ #BTSxAMAs There’s another hashtag that makes the emoji appear. See if you can find it! — AMAs (@AMAs) Nove...

The F16 pilots practising for war with North Korea

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