• Larry Brown of AOL Sports Blog lets us know who’s running the JUGGS gun for the Pepperdine baseball team: Pam Anderson.
Anderson has apparently adopted the team and is serving as sort of a mascot/house mother for the Waves (or maybe she’s looking for a little extra support herself).
• Starving kids in Africa can wait, at least until after Tony Parker and Eva Longoria’s honeymoon this summer.
The HOUSTON CHRONICLE reports a charity all-star hoops game was scheduled for July 15 in Paris to benefit Dikembe Mutombo’s host and research center in The Congo, until Parker canceled the game due to the conflict with his post-nuptials junket.
Mutombo: “Tony is going to be on the honeymoon, and the French Federation says if Tony Parker will not play, the game cannot happen.”
• If you want to break into sports journalism, the time is now!
Will Leitch of Deadspin headlines a MediaBistro.com panel tonight in NYC that will apparently help you break into the glamorous world of reporting on athletic endeavor.
But remember, if you want to be a real, live sports journo, you will have to keep your pants on.
• Paul Katcher drops a clue why Starbury’s are sold out at retailers across the country:
A-holes are buying dozens of pairs and reselling them at a markup on Ebay.
• Who knew Philadelphia Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie and Larry David were kindred souls? While David’s wife continues to spew verbal diarhhea, Lurie’s wife Christina has her own absurd enviro act.
The ASSOCIATED PRESS reports she announced last week that the team will reimburse employees who buy their energy from windmills.
Hey, it could be worse. She could be telling us how to wipe.