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Arkansas Football Player Takes Hit Finds 10 Inch Writhing Snake in Helmet

August 31, 2011 10:19pm by hearit

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It’s not snakes on a plane, it’s snake in a helmet: An Arkansas high school football player who felt something weird going on with his head, suspecting sweat or hair, had acquired a traveling companion. Team senior Darrick Strzelecki was bothered by an ongoing irritation with every play’s hit. He’s lucky another creature wasn’t overly irritated enough to bite. Read more

Michael Jordan Dubs Tiger Woods Wounded Dog Animal Better Lick His Wounds

July 30, 2011 11:46pm by copythis

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Michael Jordan probably meant well. He's never exactly been the type to speak ill of other athletes, or anyone. So when he chatted about Tiger Woods to the media--and described his friend using the analogy of a "wounded dog"--the basketball star probably didn't mean to remove Woods' 'top dog' status but the animal better lick his wounds because it's time to heal. Read more

Marc Tyler Suspended TMZ Video Reignites USC Pay for Play Scandal

July 20, 2011 11:09pm by copythat

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Pro athletes seem to have a hard time with actions lately--and some with words. USC's lead rusher, Marc Tyler, has gotten himself suspended after two distinct mistakes: Talking to TMZ, and talking to TMZ on video while drunk. The college football star reignites the USC 'pay for play' scandal and garnered a quick suspension from games. Read more

Lakers Andrew Bynum Steals Handicapped Parking Spaces Spots On Video

July 19, 2011 11:30pm by hearit

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Andrew Bynum's blown it: The Lakers star's created a PR nightmare for himself. The pro basketball player should've known NBC prides itself on catching violators of handicapped parking spaces. The two, illegally used handicapped spots on July 16 is Time #2. Bynum's already been busted for disrespect May 4, Time #1. And he simply doesn't care. Read more

Ron Artest Changes Name to Metta World Peace Look for New Lakers Jersey

July 15, 2011 1:31pm by copythat

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The pro basketball player who seemed the poster boy for anger problems now wants to reflect World Peace--literally. A Los Angeles Lakers player wants to legally change his name from Ron Artest to Metta World Peace. Artest is also starting a comedy club tour, playing comedian: No, the the two are not related. Read more

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European is a Language Ask Packers Aaron Rodgers on Jimmy Kimmel

July 13, 2011 10:56pm by hearit

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Whoever said athletes are stupid is an absolute moron. The Green Bay Packers' Aaron Rodgers proves that fact: The pro football player even knows "European"--and apparently European is a language, as he proves on Jimmy Kimmel Live. Read more

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Yankees Gift Jeter Fan Box Seats for Returning Ball 3000 But IRS Wants Taxes

July 12, 2011 11:12pm by hearit

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It was an awfully nice gesture: The New York Yankees fan who caught Derek Jeter’s 3,000th career hit thoughtfully returned the ball worth he could've auctioned to pay off school costs. The Yankees rewarded Christian Lopez with a gift of box seats, bats and balls. But it appears the IRS may be getting a good reward: taxes. Read more

Yao Ming Retirement May Mark Permanent Loss of China Basketball Fans

July 9, 2011 5:31pm by editor

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It ranks among the most sudden announcements of retirement from pro sports: Yao Ming is retiring, despite the fact he's just 30 years old and currently ranks one of the world's biggest professional basketball stars. It's a sudden loss, in what sports experts say may mark a permanent loss of Chinese basketball fans. Read more

Basketball Players Barred as NBA Demands Lockout Over Union Disputes

July 1, 2011 2:23am by copythis

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NBA players are officially locked out: Despite $4.3 billion revenue there's a squabble over $300 million. Wanting to slash 57% share in revenues, the NBA also wants a stronger salary cap, to cut guaranteed contracts, and lock players into a 10-year collective bargaining agreement in what's ended in a lockout. 
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Mexico Football Soccer Players in Sex Scandal 8 Banned Over Prostitutes

June 28, 2011 7:39pm by hearit

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You're dumber than dumb to get yourself banned before one of the football season's most important tournament in Copa America. You're an absolute moron when busted for prostitutes--all because you got your iPad and cash ripped off by a hooker (or six). 8 Mexico national footballers have six-month bans, eliminating over 1/3 of the soccer team instantly. Read more