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Featured on Sportscenter’s Top 10, this viral vid supposedly shows an Australian baseball player converting a 7-10 split by throwing two baseballs at once. Reason #1: There is no such thing as an Australian baseball player.
Bowler Scott Norton won the second PBA title of his career last November, narrowly defeating Jason Belmonte in the WSOB Chameleon Championship, and the event was shown on ESPN last weekend. As often happens after events like this, Norton was shown kissing his spouse after the win. What was different from the usual scene: Norton is openly gay.
Johnny Manziel, notable person with an attractive girlfriend, plays football. But he’s also tried his hand at other sports, because natural athletic gifts don’t usually limit themselves to a particular game. Thanks to the folks over at Busted Coverage, who uncovered these tweets from Sarah Savage, Manziel’s girlfriend, from over the summer, we know that bowling is one of those sports. Unfortunately.
Though we didn’t see this one ourselves, we really, really hope it’s real. Because softly playing Busta Rhymes’ “I Know What You Want” featuring Mariah Carey while some dude caresses a bowling ball with a towel and Peter Weber (?) wipes the sweat off his forehead is just, well, wonderful. The PBA is on ESPN, everyone.
Prized trade acquisition Andrew Bynum is out indefinitely and has thus far been a non-factor for the Philadelphia 76ers. Though his and the team’s future seems bright, the immediate climate is not so pleasant. Mostly because Bynum is out and about on the town, getting himself injured and contributing absolutely nothing to the 76ers.
I hate to say I told you so, but Andrew Bynum’s inability to stay healthy will be the demise of the Philadelphia 76ers. His right knee was already garbage and likely to keep him out until January. Now, it’s been revealed that Bynum’s left knee is now hurt as a result of going bowling. No, that’s not a joke.