North West Is A Budding Soccer Star! See The Precious Pic HERE!

Talk about #goals… literally!

North West has officially begun the childhood rite of passage that is participating in youth soccer, which means Kim Kardashian West can now join the ranks of the multitude of women in the world who identify as soccer moms!

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The expecting mother snapped a sweet shot to Instagram (above) on Friday of her 2-year-old daughter looking like a pint-sized pro on the field!

The tiny tot was donning a black t-shirt, shorts, and socks — which were pulled up over her itty bitty shin guards — as she kicked and carried a soccer ball that looks like it’s bigger than her head!

Did you see her cute cleats?! We can’t even! The proud momma captioned the precious pic:

“Officially a soccer mom!#MyLittleGoalie ⚽️⚽️⚽️”

Awwwww! What an adorable athlete North is shaping up to be!

[Image via Kim Kardashian/Instagram, Ivan Nikolov/WENN.]

Drake Debuts “OVO” Air Jordan 8s

A big week for Drake is looking to be an even bigger weekend. Quieting commenters with “Charged Up” and dismissing dissers with “Back To Back,” Drizzy reclaimed Big Homie status in the rap game, and even garnered a release date for his first official shoe launch, the “OVO” Air Jordan 10. While fans will have […]

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Mike Napoli HR leads Red Sox past Rays – Boston Herald

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Boston Red Sox's Mike Napoli (12) and Alejandro De Aza celebrate after scoring on a two-run single by Blake Swihart during the first inning of a baseball game against the Tampa Bay Rays in Boston, Friday, July 31, 2015. 1. Friday, July 31, 2015. Print
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Khloé Kardashian Lost HOW MUCH Weight From Her Exercise Routine?!

It’s no secret that Khloé Kardashian is suuuuuper into working out!

We’ve seen countless Instagram selfies from the gym, and we have to say, her body be BANGIN’! You did see her Complex cover (above), right?

[ Photo: Khloé Looks Super Slim In A Curve-Hugging Jumpsuit! ]

Well, now she’s opening up about her exercise obsession! She dished about her love of working out during an Australian radio interview, saying:

“I’m so into it. Even this morning, I’ve been up since 2:30 because I was jetlagged and couldn’t sleep, and I still went to the gym this morning.”

Dang! That’s commitment!

But, the 31-year-old did clarify that it was a relatively easy routine that morning:

“It wasn’t that intense here because I’m still jetlagged, but I make sure that I go. Even 30 minutes you feel, ‘Okay, I feel good about myself.'”

The reality star explained that she usually ups the intensity when she’s stateside, and has shed quite a few pounds because of it, saying:

“Definitely when I’m in L.A., I go hard, and I’ve lost like 35 lbs.”

Woah! She added that she loves seeing herself slim down:

“I know how I want to feel in clothes, and it does become addicting. Once you start losing weight and seeing results, you’re like, ‘I want to see more!'”

Good for you, girl! KoKo certainly looks great! We’re glad she feels happy in her skin, while also losing weight in a healthy fashion!

[Image via Steven Gomillion/Complex.]

Greek bailout talks with auditors begin as market to reopen

Senior EU-IMF auditors held their first meetings with Greek ministers to finalise a new three-year bailout as the Athens stock market prepares to reopenSenior EU-IMF auditors held their first meetings with Greek ministers to finalise a new three-year bailout as the Athens stock market prepares to reopen after being shut down for over a month by the debt crisis. Greece's main stock exchange in Athens will resume operations, which were halted on June 26 as the crisis-hit government imposed capital controls, on Monday, a finance ministry source told AFP. Meanwhile as the bailout talks got under way, the International Monetary Fund set its terms saying it would only join a "comprehensive" financial rescue programme that included debt relief and economic reforms.

Naomi Campbell Gets Jail Time For Attacking The Paparazzi!

Naomi Campbell is NOT having a happy Friday!

On July 31, Naomi was sentenced to 6 months in jail by an Italian court for scratching a photog’s eye in 2009. Ouch, sounds painful!

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According to the victim, he was photographing Campbell with her then boyfriend, Vladimir Doronin, when the model struck him in the eye with her purse. While the photographer initially pressed charges, they were withdrawn after a behind the scenes settlement was reached. Unfortunately for the 45-year-old, a judge decided to proceed with the case due to the media attention and public fascination.

The fashionista’s attorney said of the Friday ruling:

“We are appealing the ruling surrounding the 2009 incident. Due to the ongoing legal process, we cannot discuss the matter further at this time.”

Sounds like Naomi’s attorney has a lot of work to do! We’ll keep you updated as the case progresses!

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Johnny Cueto vs. Blue Jays: Stats, Highlights, Reaction from Debut with Royals

Johnny Cueto wasn’t electrifying in his Kansas City Royals debut Friday night against the Toronto Blue Jays, but he laid the groundwork for what should be a strong second half of the season. 

Cueto‘s night ended after six innings. He allowed three earned runs on seven hits, while striking out seven batters and walking two. Blue Jays hitters did a great job of working the count, forcing the ace to throw 111 pitches.

By the time Cueto exited, the Royals were ahead, however, 6-3. Kansas City fan Brent Richard was heartened by what he saw from the right-hander:

The Cincinnati Reds traded Cueto to the Royals last week. Starting pitching has been an issue for Kansas City all year, so the team went out and added one of the best pitchers on the market.

“(Royals general manager) Dayton Moore targeted Johnny Cueto really early on in the process,” said Royals manager Ned Yost, per C. Trent Rosecrans of the Cincinnati Enquirer. “That was someone Dayton kept focusing on, somebody he would like to get when we got closer to the trade deadline.”

Cueto couldn’t have envisaged a better start to the game. He needed six pitches to get Troy Tulowitzki, Josh Donaldson and Jose Bautista to ground out in order in the bottom of the first. He set the Blue Jays down in order in the bottom of the second, also striking out Justin Smoak and Russell Martin.

One thing Cueto did very well, which the Kansas City Star‘s Andy McCullough highlighted, was slightly adjusting his windup to throw off Toronto’s hitters:’s Jeffrey Flanagan believed the 29-year-old was emulating a former great:

Cueto and the Royals ran into trouble in the bottom of the third after Kevin Pillar and Ryan Goins picked up back-to-back singles to start the inning. They came home on a double by Donaldson caromed off the left-field wall and eluded Royals left fielder Ben Zobrist.

Toronto added a third run in the the bottom of the fourth after Pillar singled home Edwin Encarnacion.

Cueto settled down at that point. After a stress-free fifth inning, he danced out of trouble in the sixth after an Encarnacion double and a walk to Russell Martin. Ezequiel Carrera grounded into a double play, which killed the Blue Jays’ rally. Pillar popped out to end the inning.

Despite leaving with the lead, Cueto earned a no-decision after Ryan Madson allowed three runs in the bottom of the seventh.

Still, Cueto did his job. As Fox Sports’ Rob Neyer noted, giving Kansas City six strong innings has been enough to essentially guarantee a win this year with the Royals’ loaded bullpen:

While he was a bit off his best, a little transition period will be natural for Cueto. He’ll need some time to build a strong rapport with battery mate Salvador Perez. When that happens, Kansas City should have the anchor of the staff it so sorely craves.

The success or failure of the Cueto trade won’t hinge on Friday night’s performance. To a certain extent, it won’t even hinge so much on his regular-season performance as a whole. Even if Cueto struggles between now and early October, the Royals should be good enough to win the American League Central.

Cueto will be judged on how he pitches in the postseason and whether the Royals can match or even surpass last year’s success.

Considering how his last postseason appearance turned out, Cueto will have playoff demons of his own to exorcise as well.

Police Rescue Good Samaritan Who Went Into East River After Teens

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A police officer jumped into the East River Friday evening to rescue a man who in turn had gone in to help three teens.

The teens entered the water at Gantry Plaza State Park, at 45-40 Center Blvd. in Long Island City, Queens, around 7:30 p.m., officials told CBS2.

The man then jumped into the water to help rescue them, officials said. But the three teens made it out on their own, and the good Samaritan was unable to get out of the water, officials said.

A police officer then jumped into the water and rescued the man, officials said.

The FDNY rushed four people to NewYork Presbyterian-Weill Cornell Medical Center with minor injuries.

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