The Cleveland Cavaliers will be competing in the NBA Finals for the first time in eight years. The Cavs defeated the Atlanta Hawks on Tuesday with a 118-88 blowout win at Quicken Loans Arena. LeBron James finished the game with 23 points, 9 rebounds, 7 assists and 2 steals. Leading his team to the finals was personal for James since Cleveland is his hometown. “It’s very emotional to be back in this city,” said James. “When I made my decision to come back here, I knew what I wanted to do, and I knew it wasn’t going to be easy. I’m a guy who believes in unfinished business.” Read more.
Songstress Ciara Becomes the New Face of Roberto Cavalli
Many music artists have been dabbling in the realm of high fashion lately. Rihanna recently became the face of Dior’s new campaign, making history as the luxury brand’s first black spokeswoman, and now songstress Ciara is going beyond the mic and diving into modeling as the new face of Roberto Cavalli. Her new ad campaign for the European brand illustrates a mythical story. “The story of a world encapsulated in one room. A surreal kingdom where the walls look like a magical sky and surfaces enchant with desert volumes and earthy hues,” read a statement from the company. “The star of the evocative Roberto Cavalli Fall/Winter 2015-16 advertising campaign is Ciara, the American hip hop artist, who embodies beauty with a hint of wildness.” Read more.
India Heat Wave Claims the Lives of Over 1,100
The heat wave in India has claimed the lives of over 1,100 people in under a week. According to reports, 852 people have died in Andhra Pradesh, 266 people have passed away in Telangana, and 24 people have lost their lives in West Bengal and Orissa. “Almost all the victims are old,” B.R. Meena, principle secretary for revenue for Telangana, said in a statement. “Inquiries reveal that most of them were working and were exposed to the heat. Dehydration and heat stroke caused the deaths.” Some temperatures have reached 122°F. Read more.
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