BackgammonMasters.com recently announced that it had purchased the boxing shorts of heavyweight hopeful Roman Greenberg for a considerable sum, in an attempt to assist the up-and-coming fighter in his pursuit of the world heavyweight title. The online backgammon company is essentially sponsoring Greenberg, so that he can afford to train and hone his already considerable boxing skills.
BackgammonMasters.com will then auction off Greenbergâ€™s boxing shorts for $100,000 after an upcoming (yet still unscheduled as of this date) Greenberg fight against one of the WBOâ€™s top 5 boxers this year.... Read More
So yesterday afternoon, SUBWAYblogger went to the Yankees vs Red Sox game (which by the way the Yankees finally won). Getting up there was a complete nightmare. Like a complete idiot, SUBWAYblogger forgot that the A and C lines were scheduled to be all F-ed up.
First, thereâ€™s no C trains at all. Damn. Then, the A trains were running local when in fact they did stop. Many stops were simply being skipped all together. At the time, the A trains were running nonstop uptown from 59th Street to 125th Street. Thatâ€™s a long, nonstop haul. So if you were looking (as SB was) to get on at any... Read More
Golfer John Daly has taped a commercial for Maxfli golf balls in which he sings in a bar while people are drinking beer and later grabs a beer while he's driving a golf cart. But, CBS wonâ€™t ever broadcast the commercial, stating that it violates network policy by showing irresponsible consumption of alcohol.
I have never understood the phrase â€œDrink Responsibly.â€ What exactly does that mean? When you put drinking into the proper perspective, isnâ€™t it basically an irresponsible act from the get-go? I know they say wine can be good for you, but hard booze and beer are full of things that... Read More
We love the evaluation of physical ability and potential
We love the speculation and prediction
We love that so much money is on the line
We love that a few top prospects inevitably turn out to be busts
We love that we are familiar with many of the potential draftees
We love that some of the potential draftees â€˜come out of nowhereâ€™
We love that the player's careers will provide a tangible answer to the draft speculation
We love that our favorite team might improve itself through adept drafting
We love that the draft is a competition between the teams
We love that last-second trades up and... Read More
Greg Oden is through with school. Heâ€™s fleeing Ohio State University for greener pastures at the professional level. The 7-foot freshman said yesterday he will leave Ohio State after leading the Buckeyes to the national championship game and enter the NBA draft, where he figures to be one of the top two picks along with Texas freshman forward Kevin Durant.
And how can you blame him? The kind of money Oden will be making next season in the NBA will be unprecedented for a rookie. He played like a man among boys this season and looks like a seasoned NBA all-star already. For him to stay in college... Read More
Thereâ€™s a sickness in the Bay Area right now and itâ€™s called playoff fever. The only remedy for it is elimination, something that doesnâ€™t look like itâ€™s going to happen any time soon. Both the San Jose Sharks and the Golden State Warriors are in the postseason and are looking good.
The Sharks start a second round series against the Detroit Red Wings, a team theyâ€™ve won three of four games from this year. The Warriors are in the playoffs for the first time in well over a decade, and are probably the hottest team in the entire NBA right now.
The Sharks are skating well, playing like... Read More
Nine runs, over a dozen hits and five stolen bases.
Once again, number 42 comes through for the Dodgers in a big way.
In a game where the Dodgers commemorated the 60th anniversary of Jackie Robinson breaking Major League Baseball's color barrier, they honored his memory in perhaps the best way possible--with a 9-3 win over the visiting San Diego Padres before a sold-out crowd at Dodger Stadium. And the way they did it would have made Jackie proud.
The occasion was marked with a pre-game ceremony in which Jackie's widow Rachel Robinson, baseball commissioner Bud Selig and Dodger broadcaster... Read More