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Just say “Matt Simms”, bro.
The only thing this was missing, was Ruben Amaro saying, “Goodnight, sweet prince,” and then kissing him on the forehead. Insult to injury: this happened on the night of his 1,000th win…so sad. Details of the move are detailed here, by our very own Rick Chandler.
If Roy Hibbert wants more love from reporters, he’d best not call them “motherf$#^ers”, or deem any praise or support as being inherently “homo”. Four year at Georgetown and all I got was this lousy t-shirt. The level of ignorance is impressive here. Watch both clips after the jump.
No one likes being asked questions on national TV after a Final Four loss (SYR 56 – MICH 61). Especially when you know it could’ve been your last chance to win an NCAA title. Enter Jim Boeheim, your friend’s angry dad that is always yelling at him, in front of you, during mostly silent car rides to and from practice. “Mom, why can’t you take me, I don’t like Mr. Boeheim.” Video after the jump.
Arsenal Manager Arsene Wenger Doesn’t Understand Why A Journalist Is Looking At Him During His Own Press Conference
In anticipation of tomorrow’s Champions League match between Arsenal and Bayern Munich, Arensal manager Arsene Wenger held a press conference that got weird and hostile rather quickly.
Lane Kiffin Blurts Out “I Gotta Go” During Second Question Of Press Conference, Inexplicably Bolts (Video)
The Lane Kiffin circus continued today when he held a post-practice press conference. All seemed well at first, with Kiffin praising the offensive performance. He was then asked a question concerning an injury, and he became inexplicably despondent. Though he did muster an “I don’t know,” it was clear that something was amiss.
The Miami Heat’s best player in their 88-86 win last night was easily Dwyane Wade, leaving some wondering: where was LeBron? LeBron himself, though, wasn’t worried.
In the wake of his meeting with NFL Security regarding the Jenn Sterger investigation, Brett Favre was once again asked about the controversy at a presser.