Monday, January 21, 2008

The Nightcap

Tom Brady was seen walking the streets of New York holding a bouquet of flowers and wearing a walking boot. Immediately, people began speculating that Brady was nursing an injury, but in reality, he was just doing some role playing. Apparently, Gisele wanted to fantasize that she was having sex with Philip Rivers.

TNT cameras spotted OJ Mayo sitting courtside at the Lakers game and sporting some giant rocks in his ears. It was all part of "Juice Deuce"'s contract with Southern Cal boosters, which contained a bonus clause for beating UCLA.

The Lakers scored over 100 points while holding Denver to under 100, which means everyone in attendance at Staples won two free tacos from Jack in the Box. Just a word of warning to Mr. Mayo: feel free to take all the tickets and diamonds that you want, but if you try to claim those two tacos, the NCAA will have your ass.

The NBA has announced that this year's dunk contestants will be: Gerald Green, Dwight Howard, Jamario Moon, and Rudy Gay. In an effort to draw a larger audience, fans will be able to vote online and via cell phone for the Dunk Contest winner. Upon hearing the news, Cal Ripken immediately entered the dunk contest. Sure, he can barely touch the net, but if history is any indicator, fans will vote for him regardless of his actual skill level.

With fan voting in place, Rudy Gay has to be considered a heavy underdog, as too many people are afraid to vote for anything with "gay" attached to it. He certainly won't be getting Rick Majerus's vote (not that there's anything wrong with that):

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At Tue Jan 22, 04:47:00 PM PST , Anonymous jason said...

Mayo was courtside for Clips-Cavs too. http://clippers.freedomblogging.com/2007/11/11/star-search/

Those seats were given by teammate James Dunleavy (Mike's kid). Any Lakers with kids at SC? Lakers courtside tix are only $2200. No big deal, right?

 
At Wed Jan 23, 02:30:00 PM PST , Anonymous jason said...

My bad - Laker seats were a bit behind courtside and only $230 face. Still a violation, though. http://www.latimes.com/sports/la-sp-uschoops23jan23,1,26457.story?coll=la-headlines-sports

 

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