Picture Tom Brady Now Rocking a Ponytail
At least he got Oral-B to be the official sponsor of his continued emasculation. (via MJD)
Picture The Official Miami Heat Facepalm
This will be the cover of their next team calendar.
To its credit, Rose's ass is very humble. (via @jose3030)
"I was wrong," admitted one NBA scribe. "This is no super team. They're barely even a decent team. I doubt they'd even beat Lebron's Cavaliers. Lebron deserves a lot of credit for coming to a worse team for less money. Not a lot of NBA players would do that. He's a true trailblazer."
While many predicted the Heat would challenge the NBA record for single-season wins, the team has lost four in a row, continues to fall to the middle of the pack in the Eastern Conference and has yet to beat an opponent with a winning percentage above .700. Perhaps worst of all, several Heat players have taken to crying in the locker room after tough losses.
"This is as bad as when Jordan played on the Wizards," said an NBA television analyst. "Only Lebron is choosing to do it in the prime of his career, not after winning a bunch of rings. It's remarkable."
Opinion Angry Birds: NFL Edition
At least they didn't write his name in coke.
The NCAA claims no knowledge of the negotiations.
"What? Ha! No, that's crazy talk," said NCAA president Mark Emmert, emerging after speaking to the negotiating parties behind closed doors which he insisted he did not just do. "College football remains completely on the up and up! I just wish they'd wrap up whatever it is they're doing in there because it's starting to get attention."
Emmert then stuck his head back inside the room and was heard loudly whispering: "Fellas! There's media here! They might be on to us. Go out the back door and pick up negotiations at a restaurant or something!"
March 4, 2011 Column
Tweet of the Week
It's called a Dutch Heat Bomb
From @ddockett AKA Arizona Cardinals defensive end Darnell Dockett
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