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After being, like the rest of the world, left in the dark in the days leading up to the Decision, Jay-Z is in a truly dispirited state of mind.
Coma Victim Utters ‘Derek Jeter’ As First Conscious Words, Unknowingly Confesses Man Crush To Everyone (Video)
31-year-old NYPD officer Carlos Omeda was in a coma for 11 days in May. His first words when he finally regained consciousness? Derek Jeter.
There was a time when Yao Ming was one of the most dominant forces in the NBA. A foot injury, however, one that has caused Yao to play only 180 games of a possible 328 over the past four years, has made that time seem distant.
Despite all the players who have taken their talents to South Beach this offseason, Magic Johnson still believes that Los Angeles is the locale with the most talent.
Last night, Robin tweeted that Batman was coming to Cincinnati.
China may not have qualified for this year’s World Cup, but, nevertheless, it appears that their fans are as passionate as any. We have proof.
Men do slap other men on the basketball court.
Nationals outfielder Adam Dunn went to visit Brewers announcer Bob Uecker on Saturday, and while the gesture itself was very nice–Uecker underwent heart surgery three months ago and had returned to the booth just the night before–the problem was the timing of the visit.
ESPN.com’s Marc Stein is reporting that the Hornets have no plans on moving their star point guard and that the franchise is determined to make the partnership work. Yet, as this is likely to turn ugly, here are some trade scenarios just in case.
Cowboys rookie wide receiver Dez Bryant is ready for his transition to the NFL, so ready, in fact, that he has already begun to carry himself like a veteran. The problem is: certain veteran behavior must be earned.