Archive | February, 2010

Miami Heat player Carlos Arroyo mugshot and arrest

carlos arroyo mugshot

MIAMI, Fla. – NBA Miami Heat player Carlos Arroyo was arrested and accused of being confrontational. By the looks of his mugshot that reveals a bunch of nicks and scathes, it may have been the cops who were a little overzealous.

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U.S. Olympic Hockey Team Just One Win Away From Gold

Patrick Kane USA hockey

VANCOUVER, B.C. – The men’s U.S. Olympic hockey team hasn’t claimed a spot on the gold podium since the incredible 1980 Miracle on Ice at Lake Placid, N.Y. but after blowing out Finland 6-1 this afternoon, they find themselves just one win away from gold.

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McGwire’s Brother Spills Guts in Book on Steroid Abuse

Photo Credit: Jay McGwire

Jay McGwire and his brother Mark haven’t spoken since 2002 and with Jay spilling his guts in a book scheduled to hit bookstores Monday, don’t expect these two to exchange Christmas gifts any time soon.

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Bitch-Slap-of-the-Week – ESPN’s Tony Kornheiser

Tony Kornheiser Hannah Storm

SLAP! ESPN host and analyst, Tony Kornheiser gets the Sports Climax Bitch-Slap-of-the-Week after he was suspended by the network for two weeks after trashing fellow ESPN commentator Hannah Storm about her short, tight sexy outfits. Pardon the Interruption Tony but what are you trying to do, ruin a beautiful thing!

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Eagles Send Brian Westbrook Packing

Westbrook Wedgie

PHILADELPHIA – The incredible era of Brian Westbrook donning Philly green is over. Just days after the San Diego Chargers released their former All-Pro running back LaDainian Tomlinson, the Philadelphia Eagles followed that lead and sent theirs packing as well.

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It’s finally official; Johnny Damon is a Detroit Tiger

Photo Credit: Julian H. Gonzalez DFP

LAKELAND, Fla. – Today, in a press conference held at the Tigers’ spring training facility in Lakeland, Florida, Damon was officially presented as the newest Tiger. The 36-year-old outfielder has an impressive resume that includes being a part of two World Series winning teams, the Boston Red Sox and the New York Yankees.

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USA vs. Canada Olympic Hockey Ratings Impressive

USA Canada Olympic Game

VANCOUVER , B.C. – The surprise victory by the United States men’s hockey team over heavily favored Canada (5-3) has sent shock waves through the host country. In the U.S. there was euphoria where patriotism drove the ratings up past viewership for regular season as well as playoff games in the NHL (8.2 million viewers). It even beat game seven of the 2009 NHL Stanley Cup Finals.

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NRA Instructor Shoots Student

Glock

While Plaxico Burress is currently serving time for his gun crime and Gilbert Arenas awaits his fate, this recent bonehead incident involving an NRA instructor brings a question to mind, ‘How many unqualified people are packing concealed weapons permits?’

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Apolo Ohno’s Olympic Medals 2002-2010

Apolo Ohno 7 Olympic Medals

VANCOUVER, B.C. – Yesterday in Vancouver, U.S. Olympic Speedskater Apolo Ohno won his record-setting seventh Winter Olympic medal. Ohno’s bronze in the 1,000 meter surpassed U.S. speedskater Bonnie Blair who had held the record of six.

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Apolo Ohno Snags Record 7th Olympic Medal

Ohno Silver Medal

VANCOUVER, B.C. – U.S. speedskater Apolo Ohno won his record 7th Olympic medal yesterday but it didn’t come easy. After a slip caused him to fall to last place with only three laps remaining in the short-track 1,000-meter final Saturday night, Ohno knew he had to make the move of a lifetime.

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