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- LeBron Even Flops At The Grocery Store
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- FIFA Rules Male Players Can Wear Turbans, Overruling CSA
Weird But True
It seems that Darrelle Revis paid Mark Barron an insane $50,000 for the number 24 jersey. We’d like to think that they had a clandestine meeting at a diner.
One of these is Henry Cavill, Man of Steel. Place your bets. We’ll even give you odds: far left, 90/1. Front row, second from right, 7/5.
In the player’s defense, that driver was totally going the long way to the clubhouse and not listening to directions.
Shawne Merriman might have pulled off one of the greatest boot-and-rallies of all time on Sunday night. He was hospitalized with an overdose by 9:30 p.m. and partying with The Game by 1 a.m.
Last night, believe it or not, the annual MLB Draft that nobody cares about took place. It’s tough to get excited for a player that you most likely won’t see in the majors for at least a couple years — that is, if he isn’t named Bryce Harper or Stephen Strasburg. But there was something worth getting excited about during last night’s draft: MLB commissioner Bud Selig doesn’t know what year it is.
Tim Duncan Is Playing For An NBA Title And Stephen Jackson Was Cut Before The Start Of The Playoffs. Guess Who Made More Money This Year?
There’s a wee problem in New Zealand’s National Rugby League: a player whizzed on the pitch before a match. His position? Prop forward. (Laugh track).
Shane Battier Didn’t Play Last Night, But He Filled Up The Oft-Neglected ‘Drying Off LeBron’s Arm’ Box Score
Shane Battier — known among the Indiana Pacers as “He Who Raises His Knee To Your Nuts” — was the only basketball player not to hit the floor for Game 7 last night. But Battier is a veteran who knows how to make an impact off the court.