We hope to someday see suburban banners showing SbB some love, too.
• Jason Taylor: Finished “Dancing”, now also finished with the Dolphins?
• We’d smash through glass to check out Hunter Pence’s nudie girlfriend.
• A toast to ESPN analyst Rick Sutcliffe for kicking cancer’s ass!
• Cris Carter wanted to take Will Leitch out. But isn’t he married?
• Mindy McCready movie moves to clear up cuddling with Clemens.
Tags: Alex Rodriguez
, Bobby Hebert
, Cris Carter
, Dan Patrick
, Derek Jeter
, Hunter Pence
, Jason Taylor
, Kevin Towers
, Miami Dolphins
, Mindy Mccready
, Nba Draft Lottery
, Rick Sutcliffe
, Roger Clemens
• YAHOO’s SHUTDOWN CORNER catches Bill Belichick working the crowd at Tuesday night’s Celtics-Pistons game:
(How many boobs can you spot in the pic? We spy five.)
• USA TODAY’s GAME ON is drawn in by this week’s Sports Illustrated cover featuring Derek Jeter in “Bizarro Baseball!”
• AWFUL ANNOUNCING serves up word that some Dallas Cowboys could be competing in a new reality cooking show.
• Darren Rovell of CNBC dribbles over news that due to the NBA Draft Lottery, some T-Wolves fans will get season tickets for only $3 a game.
• Speaking of the Lottery, ESPN’s TRUE HOOP dines like a king on food not meant for the media.
• THE WORLD OF ISAAC gets (r-rated) word of Tigers manager Jim Leyland unleashing his inner Lee Elia.
• Speaking of angry managers, HUGGING HAROLD REYNOLDS finds Brewers boss Ned Yost joining Tom Haudricourt in the blog bashing parade.
• YAHOO’s SHUTDOWN CORNER sure wishes former Redskin quote machine Dexter Manley was plying his trade in the days of blogs.
• Ryan Wilson of AOL FANHOUSE catches up with Quincy Carter, as the former Cowboys QB languishes on the Arena League sidelines.
Fred Hoiberg, known as ‘The Mayor’ during his college days at Iowa State, has been mostly retired from his NBA playing days since open-heart surgery in 2005. As an assistant GM for the Minnesota Timberwolves, we imagine most of his days are spent trying to explain to Kevin McHale that he can’t trade Al Jefferson to the Stop’n'Go clerk for a package of fruit Mentos and a Turpee.
While we will be careful to not pretend to know the man despite following his career as it wound through the Midwest, we will emphatically grant that Fred Hoiberg has committed to delivering 100 metric tons of awesome to the NBA draft lottery in the form of a lucky teddy bear usually carried into surgery by his friend, a 12-year-old ‘Wolves fan that has undergone over 100 surgeries.