Pippa Middleton wed her longtime boyfriend, financier James Matthews, in a gorgeous ceremony in Berkshire, England, on May 20. While details were initially scarce, we've been getting little tidbits here and there now that the wedding is over. Read on to see what they are. Pippa received a royal title after tying the knot. While she didn't become a duchess like her older sister, Pippa will now be able to use the courtesy title of Mrs. Matthews of Glen Affric the younger. James is heir to the Scottish title of Laird of Glen Affric (a position his father currently holds), and once his dad dies, he will become the Laird of Glen Affric, making Pippa the Lady Glen Affric. Pippa and James left their
TNT analyst and NBA Hall of Famer Charles Barkley still isn't ready to give LeBron James the credit he deserves. Last year, Barkley said that James would never be a top-5 NBA great, and there's nothing he could do to change that. On Tuesday during an interview with Mike & Mike, he stood by that sentiment but added that LeBron isn't even on Kobe Bryant's level. According to Barkley, LeBron would need to beat the Warriors (again) in the NBA Finals just for him to consider James in the same tier as Kobe. Barkley said: "If LeBron is able to beat the Golden State Warriors, I might move him up to Kobe Bryant's status. Michael (Jordan)'s got six championships - that's a whole other planet. LeBron has
Veteran receiver Brandon Marshall, now with the New York Giants, has certainly figured out how to endear himself to reporters. Sheldon Richardson and the "15 reasons" #Jets locker room is better/more comfortable this offseason.