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first_imgThe couple were “trying for awhile to have another” child, Reilly, 36, wrote in her Mother’s Day Instagram announcement. “We have a lot to celebrate this year,” the North Carolina native added at the time. “As a mom, it’s my day to celebrate Adora & OMG baby #2!! I can’t believe I’m pregnant!”Big Brother Rachel Reilly Gives Birth Welcomes 2nd Child With Brendon VillegasRachel Reilly and Brendon Villegas Courtesy of Rachel Reilly/InstagramHer husband went on to share a photo of their daughter, Adora, 4, holding an ultrasound shot. “We’re having another baby and couldn’t be happier,” the California native captioned the family photo.The then-pregnant star debuted her bare baby bump the following month at 20 weeks while wearing a bikini. “Swimming in the pool is my fave these days,” Reilly wrote in June. “It tones my arms and legs and I feel weightless. I think swimming is the best pregnancy workout.”- Advertisement – – Advertisement –  She went on to document her budding belly’s progress on social media, from building her little one’s crib to enjoying a family getaway in Big Sur, California.While awaiting baby No. 2, the Amazing Race alums made an effort to “do everything fun together” with Adora. Reilly explained in a July Instagram post: “I told Adora the next three months are hers! [We’ll] make lots of memories as a family of three!!!! Like bike riding, beach days, wildlife viewing, camping — basically everything. … I want her to know how important she is to us.”- Advertisement – Adora’s parents met and fell in love on season 12 of BB in 2010. They tied the knot two years later in Los Angeles, welcoming their daughter in 2016.Reilly said in July 2019 that she and Villegas were “trying to have another baby.” Her sister, Elissa Reilly, told BB alum JC Mounduix at the time: “The TMI is for real. The two of them talking about going and making a baby together. I’m like, vomiting.”Listen to Us Weekly’s Hot Hollywood as each week the editors of Us break down the hottest entertainment news stories! Family of four! After making Big Brother history in 2016 as the first alums to start a family, Rachel Reilly and Brendon Villegas welcomed baby No. 2!“Thank you for all the well wishes for Rachel and the baby. Rachel and our baby boy are both healthy and doing well. They are recovering at UCLA,” Villegas, 40, tweeted on Wednesday, November 11. “I am sure it will not be too long until Rachel shares some pics, but I will leave that up to our momma warrior. No name as of yet!”- Advertisement –last_img read more

first_img Lakers, Clippers schedules set for first round of NBA playoffs Trail Blazers beat Grizzlies in play-in, earn first-round series with the Lakers Lakers practice early hoping to answer all questions AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREUCLA alum Kenny Clark signs four-year contract extension with PackersThat came across in the early part of Wednesday’s game, as James didn’t run out onto the court until after the public address announcer’s introductions. The jitters showed as he missed his first four shots from the free-throw line.Part of the problem was James, who has averaged 27 points per game for his entire career, knew the 13 points he needed to pass Jordan were so close at hand. He seemed like he wanted to get it out of the way.“He was smiling and having fun but I think there was (some tightness),” Coach Luke Walton said. “Someone who studies the game and knows the game and respects the game the way he does, knowing that moment was most likely a few minutes ahead of him … nerve-wracking, however you want to make it, it probably did something to him that he doesn’t normally feel in a regular-season game.”James later affirmed that passing Jordan’s 32,292 career points was something sacred, emotionally akin to winning his 2016 championship in Cleveland. It’s more personal than just moving up to the fourth-leading scorer of all time. During the timeout after he scored the basket that put him ahead, James covered his face in a towel, afraid to look up at the tribute video the Lakers had put together lest he reveal to the world how he really felt.Jordan is the man who still has power over James, as a standard to shoot for and still as a childhood idol. Even though James has caught up to the Chicago Bulls legend in points, there’s part of him who will always be chasing the man he first met when he was 15, which James said was “like meeting Jesus.” “Like I wrote on my shoes tonight, like you saw, I thanked MJ more than he would’ve ever known,” he said. “And I got to carry it all to the next kid, hopefully, I can inspire the next kid like myself.”Of course, James himself now has a similar visibility to what Jordan achieved in his prime: With a career that already includes three NBA championships and four league MVP awards, he’s not just a basketball icon, but is a powerful presence in pop culture as well. And for a younger generation of players, he already is what Jordan was to him – James is even playing with a few now.Moe Wagner, his 21-year-old rookie teammate from Germany, said he never watched a live Jordan game that he can remember.“People ask me who’s the greatest player of all time, I’ve never seen Michael live,” he said. “So to me, it’s LeBron.” When James was growing up in Akron, Ohio, he and his friends used to play outside in the rain – the same friends who flooded James with texts after the game.“We all wanted to be MJ, every last one of us,” he said. “It’s crazy. My high school best friends, they text me and they just can’t believe it, I can’t believe it, because we just remember walking up and down the Akron streets with a basketball, singing, ‘I wanna be, I wanna be like Mike.’ ”The record itself is in one sense notable for a player like James, who is the only player in NBA history situated among the top 10 in scoring and assists. James has nearly 3,000 more assists in his career than Jordan, and while it took Jordan 118 fewer games to reach his career scoring total than it did for James, James did it with roughly 1,200 fewer shot attempts (albeit, in an era when 3-point attempts have skyrocketed).It’s striking to note that of the many milestones James has passed this season, it’s Jordan’s who has impacted James the most. The same was true for Kobe Bryant when he passed Jordan, his idol after whom he modeled so much of his offensive game. Walton suggested Jordan still has a vice-like grip on the psyche on that class of players, who grew up idolizing his dominance.“I think it probably lives in their mind like it does mine, a little different than (all-time scoring champion) Kareem (Abdul-Jabbar),” Walton said. “A lot of the Kareem stuff we see is on tape. We didn’t witness that live. I think anyone who grew up idolizing Michael Jordan, like most of this country did, to pass him in scoring, it probably means a little more to those guys.”For a generation, Jordan was bigger than the game: He seeped into pop culture through commercials and movies. In a household where James grew up mostly without a father, Jordan’s presence loomed even larger: In commercials, on TV, on the cereal boxes he ate from in the morning, James would see Mike’s beaming face.While speaking to reporters, James vividly recalled details of Jordan’s game dress: the wristband near his elbow, the calf sleeve rolled down just an inch. The image seemed to be branded into James’ memory.While he credited his mother, his youth coaches and others in his hometown for helping lift him to his NBA career, James said he owes Jordan part of his inspiration for believing he could do it.“When you’re an inner-city kid from Akron, Ohio, like myself and my guys growing up, you look for anything, any lightning in a bottle that can inspire you, because you’re put up against the numbers of failing,” he said. “The percentages of guys like myself, single-parent household, only child, underprivileged. Making it out, it’s not high at all.”The imprints of Jordan are still all over James’ career, as well as his future: It seems telling that one of James’ biggest offseason projects will be a “Space Jam” sequel. And with a fortune near half-a-billion dollars, James is laying the groundwork to someday become an NBA owner like Jordan in Charlotte.Given his devotion to Jordan and his many efforts to follow in his footsteps, it might seem odd that the relationship between the two is not close. They’ve met over the years, but even Wednesday night, James told ESPN the relationship is not what he hoped for when he was a kid. So he continues to express his gratitude to Jordan in the same way he did then: from afar.Related Articlescenter_img How athletes protesting the national anthem has evolved over 17 years Trail Blazers, Grizzlies advance to NBA play-in game; Suns, Spurs see playoff dreams dashed LOS ANGELES — Click. Click. Click.In his right hand, LeBron James clicked a tape cutter while he spoke for 12 minutes after the Lakers’ 115-99 loss to the Denver Nuggets. For all of James’ tics and rituals, he rarely fidgets.“I am sorry that I am clicking this thing a lot but it’s keeping me calm,” James said. “It’s just, it’s just … you guys have no idea, man.”James was talking about Michael Jordan, the man whose shadow makes the 34-year-old star feel like a kid again. Even as James eclipsed one of Jordan’s most hallowed marks, approaching that territory filled him with nervous energy. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more