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The Dodgers’ Tony Gwynn Jr. has a simple yet effective way of dealing with bleacher taunters — the “talking asshole” puppet show. First perfected by Jim Carrey, it is believed to be the first time it’s been adapted to a sports setting.
Joe Girardi’s Yankees had just finished getting swept by the White Sox, so one would think his temper was already a bit short. Throw a heckling fan during a postgame media Q&A session into the mix, and, well…
Brian Wilson is someone you’d expect would get heckled lustily on the road…and it turns out that’s so true that he even gets heckled when there’s nothing to heckle him about.
The Miami Heat cruised to a 106-92 win over the Pistons last night, and one moment got LeBron James especially fired up – but it had nothing to do with what happened on the court.
Today’s Exhibit A in “British Soccer Fans Are A Tough Crowd”: Manchester United star striker Wayne Rooney, embroiled in a tabloid-fueled sex scandal, was held out of a match today…because his coach feared fans’ heckling would be too vile to deal with.
The time-honored tradition of Boston heckling will apparently be upheld at this year’s NBA Finals, and won’t be limited to the teams themselves. Lamar Odom is worried that Boston Celtics fans will taunt his wife, reality star Khloe Kardashian