Justin Bieber Crosses Over Steve Nash With Selena Gomez Watching | Robert Littal Presents BlackSportsOnline

Video: Justin Bieber Crosses Over Steve Nash..Plus a Lesson for the Ladies

by Robert Littal | Posted on Sunday, September 4th, 2011
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Ludacris is having his celebrity weekend in Atlanta, part of that weekend is a celebrity basketball game. Kevin Durant and others will playing.

Justin Bieber was getting in some practice time with Steve Nash and made a nice little crossover move. Nash looked more interested in where his next beer was coming from than guarding Bieber, but that isn’t what I found interesting.

Bieber’s lady Selena Gomez is standing on the baseline, just cheesing and clapping her little heart out that Biebs put the EPMD on Nash.

That’s all men really want from women (well that and I other thing, but I digress). Just stand on the sidelines, look pretty, smile, support and clap for your man even if he  isn’t doing anything significant.

Is that too much to ask for?

Women are an instrumental part in building a male confidence and while Biebs surely isn’t lacking in confidence, some of you young ladies could learn a thing from the 19 year old Miss Gomez.

Clap and smile…..Clap and smile

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