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Today we are going to look at the biggest winners at the 2013 NFL Combine, and see how their outstanding performances will impact their rookie seasons in Fantasy Football.
The Miami Heat won a franchise-record 15 games in a row Monday night, defeating the Minnesota Timberwolves 97-81. Dwyane Wade had a fantastic night, finishing with 32 points, 10 assists, and 7 rebounds. With 11 points and 9 rebounds, Chris Bosh had a pretty decent night too. Clearly, it wasn’t as impressive as Wade’s, but Chris still needed his share of the spotlight.
Report: Robinson Cano, Alex Rodriguez, Curtis Granderson, And Ryan Braun Might Face 50-Game PED-Related Suspensions This Season
Consider this the bombshell before the bombshell, should this prophecy eventually come true. Joe Bisceglie from Dog And Pony Show tweeted Monday afternoon that four of baseball’s biggest bats, including three New York Yankees and two formerly implicated players, will each be slapped with 50-game first-offense PED suspensions. They are, of course, Robinson Cano, Alex Rodriguez, Curtis Granderson, and Ryan Braun.
It’s hard to imagine Ichiro Suzuki as anything but sagely, stoic, soft-spoken legend. That image was no doubt padded by the fact that when he came to America he was already a man grown, but once upon a time he was a wide-eyed youngster just like the rest of us. Here is a glimpse at young, innocent, star-struck, 22-year-old Ichiro meeting already legendary Michael Jordan in 1995.
Chris Roberts of the NBDL’s Austin Toros threw down quite a slam dunk on Thursday. It’s not everyone who can leap over someone else who is 7 foot 5 and dunk a basketball emphatically in one single leap.
Tiger Woods has led somewhat of a hazardous life recently, so it should come as no surprise that he’s become accustomed to evading such hazards and making the best of a bad situation. He did that Thursday during the first round of the Honda Classic, where he took off his shoes, donned his galoshes, and ventured into the water to splash out a submerged ball. He made par, for the hole and the round.
I don’t like us talking about the Harlem Shake any more than you do, but it would’ve felt wrong if we didn’t share this rendition with you. Ladies and gentlemen, the beasts of the East, your Miami Heat doing the Harlem Shake.
I don’t know from getting tattoos, but apparently the process hurts like a bitch. As for Elvis Andrus, his new ink spans from his left shoulder to his elbow. Getting it must have hurt like the dickens (“the dickens” is slightly above “a bitch” on the pain scale). It caused him such discomfort that his manager Ron Washington was forced to scratch him from the lineup in today’s bout with the Indians.
If you weren’t watching the Golden State Warriors take on the New York Knicks Wednesday night, you weren’t doing Wednesday night right. As expected, the game was a shootout through and through, with offense aplenty. The shorthanded Warriors were going to have to rely heavily on Stephen Curry, and boy did the electric point guard deliver.