Timberwolves Look For Help Through NBA Draft Lottery

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[text-box]The NBA Draft Lottery will take place tonight at 7:30e on ESPN and the Minnesota Timberwolves will be watching more intently than any other franchise in the league. Due to a 15-game losing streak at season’s end, the Timberwolves earned the NBA’s worst record at 17-65, thus giving them the greatest mathematical chance of landing the number pick in […]

Questionable Poses: Rory McIlroy And A Bottle Of Jagermeister

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I know you’ve hit a rough patch, Rory. Yeah, that meltdown in the final round of the Masters was rough. But it aint that bad. What am I saying? Go ahead, young fella. Drown away your sorrows. Via Sports Crackle Pop

Harmon Killebrew Passes Away After Battle With Cancer

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[text-box]MLB great Harmon Killebrew, who hit 573 home runs during his 22-year career, 11th-most in major league history died today after a battle with esophageal cancer. The Minnesota Twins released a statement stating that Killebrew died peacefully Tuesday morning with his family by his side. Killebrew was 74.[/text-box]

Unfortunately For Lakers Fans, Mike Dunleavy Is A “Serious” Candidate To Be The Lakers’ Next Head Coach

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Assembling coaching candidates lists in professional sports are for the most part useless. For all intents and purposes, your name could show up on one of those lists and it wouldn’t mean a thing. But what does mean a thing is when the words “serious” and “interview” starts getting batted around about a candidate. That’s […]

CBS Passes On Colin Cowherd’s Sitcom

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[text-box]Here’s some bad news, or actually good news. CBS decided that they have enough wildly mediocre shows and they have decided to axe the upcoming Colin Cowherd sitcom. Cowherd, who suddenly seems to work in CBS PR department, announced it himself on Twitter. And also went with the obligatory Charlie Sheen reference. Because, I guess […]

Let’s Start The Day With Vin Mazzaro Giving Up 14 Runs In Just 2 ½ Innings

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For those of you that are rolling into your office today dreading that today is on Tuesday, let me introduce you to a man that is more than happy that Monday is over and it’s finally Tuesday. That man is Royals pitcher Vin Mazzaro. Do you want to know what his Monday consisted of? Do […]

The Bobby Bonilla Retirement Plan (That Is Better Than Yours) Is About To Start

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[text-box]Remember when we clued you in on Bobby Bonilla’s never-ending contract with the NY Mets? Well, Bonilla is finally about to cash in on what just might be the worst contract of all of time. And as for the Mets, this might be just the thing that finally bankrupts them. The beleaguered Mets — hammered […]

Suns CEO Comes Out of The Closet

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Phoenix Suns CEO, Rick Welts, decided to come out of the closet recently in an interview with the New York Times. In a article that the NY Times released on Sunday, Welts stated, “This is one of the last industries where the subject is off limits,” referring to homosexuality in sports. Welts, a former exec […]

Danny Ainge Wants You To Believe That The Kendrick Perkins Trade Is Not The Reason The Celtics Lost

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Just look at that face. Is that the face of a man that is coming to grips that he may have single handedly blown the chances of the Celtics winning another championship? If you ask 100% of Celtics fans, the answer is yes. But Ainge doesn’t agree. And yes, the Kendrick Perkins trade may not […]

Let’s Watch Radford And High Point Joust Away A Rain Delay

Ah, the college baseball rain delay. Such a glorious time. A time where creativity runs rampant in the rain. This weekend’s game between Radford and High Point was no different. Behold, as two knights, who just so happen to play baseball at Radford and High Point, delight the crowd in a display of medieval jousting.