Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Georgia Cheerleader is Jacked

I expect to see her photographed on South Beach with A Rod any day now. Centaurs are the new cougars.

Rubio tries talking trash to Kobe

Bryant: “You talking about London?” [to Rubio and Pau Gasol]
Gasol: “Oh yeah.”
Rubio: “You’re gonna be there?”
Bryant: “Fuck yeah I’ma be there.”
Rubio: “You know you’re getting the silver medal. You know that.”
Bryant: “Shiiiiiiit! I’m taking bets. If I win, I get the keys of Barcelona.”
Rubio: “I bet what you want.”
Bryant: “I’ll take it!”

Rubio knows Kobe's cock is bigger than him right? I mean I know Rubio is averaging Ramon Sessions type numbers but slow your roll, immigrant. What? He is a an immigrant.

ps- He kinda looks like ALF up close. 

Seinfeld's Super Bowl Ad "leaked"

Acura must hate that this got "leaked". Of course after watching it I hate that it even got past editing. Terrible. Next.

In honor of the media blowing Blake Griffin's dunk last night: The 20 best dunks in NBA history

The alpha and the omega of NBA dunks is Vince Carter in the Olympics over a 7-footer Frederic Weis. There’s no discussion here, folks.
After No. 1, it’s all hazy and you can debate matters all you want. This Scottie Pippen dunk is pretty much a lock for the Top 5 due to the crowd reaction, the rivalry, the posturing and the power. But mostly, the studio gangster antics by Pippen after the slam.
Playoffs. Starks. MSG. In the face of Horace Grant with Jordan coming over. Leaning. Marv Albert. For me, this is a Top 5 dunk all-time, the kind of jam I’ll remember 25 years from now.
Michael Jordan’s had dozens of epic dunks, but was this his best? I like how he keeps elevating after Ewing has reached his highest point. Here’s the version with Marv Alberton the call.
From the playoffs last year, I really do think Taj Gibson’s monster 2-handed dunk on Wade is worthy of Top 10 placement in the annals of the NBA.
If we limited this post to dunks by the decade, Tom Chambers on Mark Jackson is a medalist in the 80s.
You could pick five or ten Shawn Kemp dunks, but I’ll ride with this one, which came on Alton Lister. Love how Kemp cradles the ball, then lands and points at the fallen tree. The pointing was very Jamie Foxx from In Living Color.
Speaking of cradling, this is an all-time classic. Top 10 all-time for the crowd reaction, Cooper ducking, Dr. J winding up, and the fact that it took place in the NBA Finals.
Griffin on Mozgov was filthy, but Mozgov doesn’t challenge it. He just stands there, unable to get his hands up quickly enough. I thought because Perkins leaped to contest Griffin, and the Clippers’ star was still able to throw it down in his face, Monday night’s dunk was better. I’d put Blake-on-Perk 20.
Vince Carter, when he could leap, was a bad, bad man.
Mourning also got put on a poster by Jordan. Who didn’t?
LeBron leaping over a shrimp? Very impressive. Would fall in the 15-20 range because Lucas had no idea LeBron was coming, nor did he make an attempt to thwart the dunk.
Still think this is LeBron’s best dunk.
Tracy McGrady, who was a fantastic dunker in his prime, put one down so savagely on Othello Harrington, the former Georgetown center was never heard from again.
Best dunk of Kobe’s career?
Kobe hung one on Nash, too. That’s a loud roar for a dunk on the road.
Ricky Davis using Steve Nash as a stepladder? Love this facial, and love how Davis lands and screams at the camera, “OH SHIT! OH SHIT!” I miss Ricky Davis.
Little guy-on-big guy dunks always deserve praise. This was back when CP3 had cartilage in his knees.
Kevin Johnson on Olajuwon, a legendary 90s dunk. Vocal home crowd + playoffs + Dick Enberg + Little Guy on Big Guy = Top 10 worthy.
For me, this Baron Davis dunk is the best little-on-big in NBA history. Straight on, against a larger, longer defender.

Kenny Powers returns Feb 19th... here's the trailer for Season 3

Marisol Gonzales is owning Media Day right now

Latina reporters are always bringing the heat, meanwhile we just get a beat up, and slutted out Hannah Storm here in the states. Its no wonder the world hates us. 

Another Lax Brawl

Lacrosse fights are becoming much more entertaining than hockey fights these days. Mainly because the losing fighter can't just fall down and claim he slipped on the ice. Also, lax fights last longer and everyone is allowed to leave the benches apparently. Just all around good stuff.

Blake mozgov'd Kendrick Perkins

Yes, mozgov'd is now a verb. And it was such a powerful dunk that it made Kevin Durant run for cover later in the game as Griffing drive the lane again...

I still like the original Mozgov the best though....


YAHOO – Holding a three-shot lead as he stepped onto the 18th tee box, tournament officials assumed it would be OK if they started putting Kyle Stanley’s name on the trophy and oversized check. Boy was that a mistake. Stanley, as you probably already know, went on to triple the 18th hole and lose on the second playoff hole to Brandt Snedeker. While Snedeker got the trophy on Sunday, I’m guessing he’s probably still wondering where his oversized check went. It happens to be under the 18th hole grandstand … with Kyle Stanley’s name on it.

What a bum this guy is. 3 stroke lead and one hole to play. Van de Valde -esque.I mean even Greg Norman would find a way to win the tournament for fuck's sake. We will never hear from Kyle Stanley ever again. 

Monday, January 30, 2012

7'5'' High schooler scares the shit out of me

From Africa ..... This guy is right out of the movie Air Up There with Kevin Bacon. Respect Jimmy Dolan kids. Respect the crossover and no one gets hurt ok.

PS- IF Iowa coach Fran McCaffrey was smart he'd grab all these guys for next years team...

NHL needs more of this.... great minor league fight

TBL's Basketball Roundup: Eastern Conference is a 2 horse race

LA Lakers 106, Minnesota 101: There’s already panic in LA, but if the Lakers lost back-to-back games to the Bucks and Wolves, it would have been DEFCON 2. Kobe scored 35 points and collected 14 rebounds. Ricky Rubio had another nightmare from the field (2-for-13) but he did have eight assists and zero turnovers. Kevin Love went for 33-14 and if he keeps up this pace, he might finish in the top five in points (4th) and rebounds (2nd).
LA Clippers 109, Denver 105: Chauncey Billups returned to Denver and scored a season-high 32 points, including six three-pointers (or, as many as the Nuggets made as a team). Denver, which played without Birdman and Ty Lawson, had a 6-game win streak snappedand fell to 14-6, which is still good for 2nd best record in the West. The Clippers (11-6) have played fewer games than anyone else in the league to this point, but the game at Denver started LA’s toughest stretch so far this season – five games in seven nights. They’re in Oklahoma City tonight.
Boston 87, Cleveland 88: Brutal way to end a 4-game winning streak – giving up the final 12 points of the game and losing. At home. Kyrie Irving’s whirling dervish layup in traffic was the game-winner. Irving finished with 23 points and at the 1/3 mark in the season, he’s your ROY. Ricky Rubio’s been terrific, but Irving’s been off-the-charts good. For what it’s worth, Rajon Rondo did not play (wrist). Cleveland: 8-11. Boston 9-10.
Dallas 101, San Antonio 100, OT: The Spurs rallied behind their bench in the 2nd half, then Jason Terry (34 points) saved the Mavs’ with this clutch shot to tie it up. Then, Danny Green appeared to win it for San Antonio! But it was waved off by the refs. Then, Dallas survived in overtime. Some game. Dirk scored 10 points and took 13 rebounds in his first game back from resting his knee.
Indiana 106, Orlando 85: The Magic are falling apart and the guess here is that using the Super Bowl as a smokescreen, trade talks quietly ramp up this week. Dwight Howard (4-for-15 on FTs) is pissed and the hot start is a distant memory. It was a grueling week for Orlando, which lost four of five. The four losses came by a combined 86 points (8, 21, 26, 31).
Atlanta 94, New Orleans 72: The Hawks are 15-6. Yes, the same Hawks that lost JordanJamal Crawford in the offseason and Al Horford earlier this season. Sounds like last year, right? A decent showing in the playoffs by Jeff Teague has carried over to this year and he’s playing very well (24 points in the win). For New Orleans, Chris Kaman sat out for the second game in a row due to an “organizational decision.” The Celtics may be interested.


JR Smith's girl looks pleasant

Is that a Waltet Sobchek tat on her right rib?

I bet she's really lame in bed.

PS- Get it off me.

When did Nicole Kidman die?

Seriously,  shouldn't this have gotten more media attention?