Masshole With Green Larry Bird Suit/Jersey Combo Sneaks Ringside In China For Pacquiao/Rios, Creates Funniest Video Ever
Am I missing something? Is this fake? Because it sure looks 100% legit, and it really might be the funniest video I’ve ever seen. It comes from “Donnie Does.”
Seriously, watch this now, and revel in the creation of the Larry Bird suit + jersey, or “suisey.”
Those text ads can be quite annoying.
I believe if he had an iPhone he could simply block the number, but alas he is going YOLO with a $5 million lawsuit.
Ari Friedman claims he went to a game at Staples Center and participated in one of those arena games where you can send a text message to the team that could get posted on the stadium scoreboard.
In a lawsuit, obtained by TMZ Sports, Ari claims the team assured fans they would not share cell phone information or send return text messages … but alas, Ari claims the Clips broke that promise
After the game, Ari says he got hit with text message spam which traced back to the Clippers. He’s pissed because incoming text messages can cost several cents in charges.
Now, Ari’s filed a class action lawsuit demanding $5 million from the team for his troubles.
Who doesn’t have unlimited texts? With that being said, I wish I would have thought of this first.
It was a pretty routine traffic stop, the cop got a little giddy when he found out it was Clowney, but besides that it was very routine.
Slow down Jadeveon.
ESPN Staffers’ Impressions Of Dickie V For His 35-Year Anniversary Of Working At The Network Are Fantastic
Whether you love or hate Dick Vitale, you’ll laugh at these ESPN staffers’ impressions of him for his 35th year of working at ESPN…
(Especially Rece Davis and Bruce Pearl’s spot-on ones, and Jon Gruden’s hilariously inaccurate one.)
Seriously, it’s easy to give Dickie V crap, but people don’t speak that highly of just anyone…
Greg Hardy’s Insane Explanation For Why He Introduced Himself As A ‘Kraken’ From ‘Hogwarts’ On Sunday Night Football
Kraken. Hogwarts. With sunglasses.
Why doesn’t everyone do something this wacky for their intro? Probably because nobody is as insane as Greg Hardy. He gave the nuttiest explanation you’ve ever heard to Jonathan Jones of Inside the Panthers yesterday:
“It’s just the Kraken,” Hardy said. “Mystical. It’s where he lives at.”
I told him he may* be mixing his stories. The Kraken is a mythical sea creature and Hogwarts is from a series of J.K Rowling fantasy novels.
“I can do whatever I want,” he said. “I’m the Kraken. If you feel like you can ask the Kraken personally where he goes to school at, and prove me wrong, then I feel like I’ll change it.”
But you went to Ole Miss?
“That’s not where I said I went, though,” Hardy said. “Now, G Hardy went to Ole Miss. That’s mind-blowing right there.”
HUH? I don’t know where to begin with this. I guess he’s sticking with the Kraken story. His knowledge of the Kraken legend is a little suspect (I’m pretty sure the legendary sea monsters don’t appear in “Harry Potter,” and if they did, they wouldn’t actually attend the school) but he no longer thinks of himself as Greg Hardy. Greg Hardy went to Ole Miss. This guy, this thing, this entity lives in the sea and eats boats. Not Drew Brees, though, who lit up the Panthers for 31 points on Sunday. Ouch.
Dodgers Carl Crawford who recently had a baby with mother of his other child is now confirmed to be father of Evelyn Lozada child.
Evelyn confirmed the news herself.
During an exclusive interview withOMG! Insider, she named 32-year old LA Dodgers player Carl Crawford as her new love and hinted at another walk down the aisle.
“I definitely would get married again. I still believe in love … I’m not one of those people that’s like, ‘We need to get engaged, we need to get married.’ No, absolutely not. I feel like that’s going to come, just like with the baby, let it come. I’m not forcing anything, so if it happens, it happens.”
The baby due is March.
A few weeks ago, the Jaguars were in the discussion as one of the worst teams in NFL history.
But now, fresh off their win against the Texans, the Jags are actually the hottest team in the AFC, sporting the conference’s only three game winning streak. And — get this — they actually have a shot at making the playoffs.
How will a team with Chad Henne at quarterback, the remains of Maurice Jones-Drew (who admittedly has been playing much better of late) in the backfield, a thin receiving corps thanks to their most talented pass-catcher being suspended indefinitely and a 25th ranked defense grab the sixth seed in the AFC? Well, they need to win out, obviously, and get to 7-9. And then all this needs to happen (list compiled by WalterFootball.com):
Jaguars beat Texans
Raiders beat Jets
Steelers beat Dolphins
Vikings beat Ravens
Titans lose one of Week 14 to Broncos or Week 15 to Cardinals
Giants beat Chargers
Broncos beat Chargers
Browns lose one of Week 15 to Bears or Week 16 to Jets
Patriots beat Dolphins
Jaguars beat Bills
Titans lose one of Week 14 to Broncos or Week 15 to Cardinals (already mentioned)
Steelers lose one of Week 15 to Bengals or Week 16 to Packers
Lions beat Ravens
Bills beat Dolphins
Browns lose one of Week 15 to Bears or Week 16 to Jets (already mentioned)
Jaguars beat Titans
Chargers beat Raiders
Steelers lose one of Week 15 to Bengals or Week 16 to Packers (already mentioned)
Patriots beat Ravens
Jaguars beat Colts
Dolphins beat Jets
Browns beat Steelers
Broncos beat Raiders (unless Chargers beat Chiefs)
A mere 19 things, that’s all. While we don’t see it working out this way, never say never. Beware the Jaguars!
Well we will now get to see what kind of staying power Jay Z and his Roc Nation Sports Agency will truly have when it comes to making power moves in the sports world.
Mark Feinsand is reporting that the mega contract talks between Robinson Cano and the Seattle Mariners have fell apart and are most likely done because of Jay Z’s excessive demands on the Mariners providing Cano with a 10th year.
According to Feinsand, the Mariners were prepared to make Cano a 9 year $225 million offer.
Introducing Sarah Hinton, Garrett Celek’s wife. I’m not sure what’s more impressive, the fact that Celek makes $482,000 to sit on the sidelines or the fact that he is getting married to Miss Hooters 2009!
After getting bounced due to the unnecessarily high priority ESPN has placed on the Jameis Winston non-news story, Ron Burgundy took his talents from Bristol, down the road to Milford, CT (for “a warm glass of egg nog pouring down your britches”).
Dan Patrick, who is always ready to stick it to “the mothership” as he calls his former employer, brought Ferrell aboard his old wooden ship today for some sportsy chit-chat, day drinking, “flinchball,” famous calls, and a retooling of the show’s “Stat of the Day” jingle.