So, Lebron James is the MVP, yet for the NBA Finals he goes almost-nothing-for-eleventy-hundred from the floor against the Spurs? Especially after his Miami Heat got a 36-point strafing by San Antonio in Game 3, "King James" needs to pick up his game, or his old Cleveland problem of disappearing in big moments will come back to haunt him.
Look, down in that courtside seat with all that bling! Is it a pimp? Is it a rapper? No, it's Justin Bieber! Fresh from his Calabasas crib, the Biebs decided to take his talents to South Beach and take in Game 7 of the NBA's Eastern Conference Finals. Not that it was a particularly exciting game, but he sure looks bored. Just what is a teenager with that much gold jewelry thinking...?
Dwight Howard was challenged to a free-throw battle for charity by LA Times columnist T.J. Simers. Not between Howard and Simers, who’s in his 60’s. It was between Howard and Simers’ DAUGHTER, Kelly Nielsen, middle-aged housewife and mother of three.
Cal-State Fullerton's Austin Kingsolver almost had his last name changed to Eunuchsolver. In the top of the seventh inning, Arizona State pitcher Josh McAlister let a pitch get away from him and it hit Kingsolver in a VERY sensitive area!
Mets or Yankees? You can pick one, but not both. Don't tell that to this four-year-old, though, because he wants to root for whoever's winning, even if that means switching teams in the middle of a game!
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