Here’s Everything You Wanted To Know About Kendall Jenner And Devin Booker’s Relationship Timeline

They ain’t playing around.

Fashion model, reality TV star, and socialite Kendall Jenner’s love life has always been the talk of the town. She is currently dating Devin Booker of the NBA team Phoenix Suns.

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Let’s take a look at the timeline of this under-the-radar couple.

Jenner and Booker were first seen in public in May 2018 on a double date when Jenner was dating NBA player Ben Simmons and Booker was dating Jordyn Woods, Kylie Jenner’s best friend at the time.

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There was a lull during which Booker broke up with Woods (before she was spotted snogging Tristan Thompson) and Simmons and Jenner kept dating on and off.

The next time the pair was spotted together was in April 2020, when they were seen on a road trip to Sedona, Arizona, as the first

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Here’s What Kevin Durant Said About Nets’ Teammate Kyrie Irving That Everyone Is Talking About

The Brooklyn Nets fell to 2-3 on the new season after losing to the Miami Heat 106-93, and dropping another game by double-digits. 

They also lost their second out of three games on their home-court. 

After the game, Kevin Durant who had 25 points and 11 rebounds, said something about Kyrie Irving that has the NBA Twitter world talking (see clip below from ESPN’s SportsCenter on Twitter). 

“Yeah, we do miss Kyrie,” Durant said laughing. “He’s a part of our team.” 

The quote states the obvious, but hearing those words come out of Durant’s mouth is still interesting. 

They are missing one of the best players in all of basketball, and until New York City lifts their vaccine mandate, or Irving gets vaccinated, they will continue to play without the seven-time All-Star. 

Technically, he could be a part-time player and only play games on the road, but the Nets have

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The NHL returned to ESPN, so here’s what it lacked

Well... do you?

Well… do you?
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The NHL returned to ESPN on Tuesday night, with the self-proclaimed World Wide Leader celebrating itself and especially the old ESPN hockey theme.

Which… fine: It’s the most recognizable aspect of what ESPN did back in the day.

There wasn’t much else remarkable about ESPN’s debut. Most of the voices we’d seen before on NBC, save Emily Kaplan at ice-level. John Buccigross remains an insufferable play-by-play guy, as he’s always been since ESPN picked up the Frozen Four. Not only is he trying to get his catchphrases in or remind you that he was the one hockey guy on SportsCenter for the past two decades, but he’s way behind the play. That’s a minor complaint. Sean McDonough is a pro, even if I’ve grown weary of the Syracuse Big Voice style.

There just wasn’t much new, at least not yet. The score bug

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I’m leaving ESPN. You know that, but here’s the story in my own words

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Kenny Mayne is calling it an ESPN career this month after 27 years. The longtime “SportsCenter” anchor is going out as unpredictable as ever. (Jeff Lewis / Associated Press)

A week ago today, May 10, ESPN and I agreed that I would not return to the network after my contract expired at the end of this month.

Someone once likened my arrival at ESPN to that of “a longshot horse going 12-wide on the turn for home, but finding its way into the photo at the wire.”

Any result was possible.

Sounds about right.


“It was a good run,” my good friend and former colleague Bill Pidto, now with New York’s Madison Square Garden Network, texted me.

Last Monday afternoon, I hit “send” to announce it was the end of the run, and the next 72 hours were like nothing I’ve before experienced. I received so many calls and

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