Has anyone been paying attention to UCF’s Marcus Jordan…Jordan as in Michael Jordan’s son. The kid is actually quite the baller. He’s 19 years old, and only 6’3″ but and still throw down pretty hard. Check out this amazing dunk against Stenson the other day:
With the NBA basketball season almost at the All-Star, the games are going to start getting a lot more meaningful. Plus, by that time the Superbowl will be over and done with and be waiting to hear the latest in Favre scandals.
Neither here nor there, the reason I’m bringing any of this up is because I just say this Michael Jordan commercial and started missing him all over again. What an amazing basketball player he was. This video just shows how incredible he was….but not through him. I think this is one of the most beautiful and brilliant basketball commercials ever. Check it out. You won’t be disappointed.
The Amish are pretty quiet bunch. They normally keep to themselves. They wake up even before Mr. Sun and work throughout the day on their farms. They normally only venture into town to pick up a few supplies. Sometimes you might see a few of the “wilder” kids speeding down a hill on his scooter at break-neck speeds, but other than that you don’t see too much in so far as rowdiness.
Well apparently the snow brings out a little wild in this guy. I’m sure there is a little less work to do on snow days. So what better way to pass a little time than doing a little buggy sketching. Shoot, I know I would just love to do this. I’m jealous for sure.
Even though this is from 1972, I’ve never seen it and although it’s almost 30 years past, it still blows my mind.
When Olga performed Korbut Flip at the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich, it was the first backwards release move ever attempted on the uneven bars.
After the boards displayed a score of 9.8, the audience began to whistle, jeer, stamp their feet, and shout vulgar remarks at the judges in disapproval, believing her score to be too low. However, the judges refused to change her score.
The Korbut Flip on uneven bars is no longer allowed in gymnastics competition because it involves standing on the high bar, a maneuver which is now illegal in the Code of Points.
With winter just around the corner, and the days getting shorter and the weather getting colder, the ski and snowboard season is officially in full swing. What better way to celebrate this awesome time of the year than showing off your great bod in a bikini…even if it is below freezing outside.
There was probably a better place these two could have “hit the bench”. You think they did it on purpose? Well don’t leave me hanging…or maybe that’s the point. Only thing that could make this better is if they had a #94 with the surname Turtle and a #95 with Head.
After the Redskins embarrassing Monday Night loss against Vick and his Eagles, Terrell Owens hopped on the good ol’ Twitter (@terrellowens) and started a small fire. Seems he doesn’t feel that McNabb’s play is worth the $78 million he’s going to receive for the next 5 years. And I guess he makes a somewhat valid argument considering that up through this point Donovan has 11 interceptions to 9 touchdown passes. Anyways, here’s what 81 had to say:
One random Twitter user sent TO this message and photo: “@terrellowens this is in my office & I think its coming down. Ive defended u since 49ers. I’m disappointed”
And this was TO’s response:
He clearly like to get things going. I like TO and I like McNabb but I’m not sure if any of this is necessary. Why go out in the public and make someone feel even worse right after a huge loss like that? The good thing to see is that Vick is back to full form. He’s got legs like he just came out of college. That man is incredible. The Eagles scored the most points in MNF history and Vick became the first player in league history to post at least 300 yards passing, 50 yards rushing, four touchdown passes and two rushing touchdowns. He was 20-of-28 for 333 yards and four touchdowns and rushed eight times for 80 yards and two touchdowns. That dude is a true baller.
I’m actually a fan of Ron Artest. I know he’s an asshole but he’s also a really good player. He certainly tries his hardest each game. Either way, if you’re a fan or not. You can be the proud owner of an NBA Championship ring for a measly $2…well actually $10 as you have to purchase a minimum of 5 raffle tickets. All-in-all, it’s pretty cool because for one you may win an awesome prize for hardly anything and secondly (and more important) all the proceeds are going to help out children with mental health issues.
Join Ron Artest and Xcel University in their efforts to support mental health awareness and treatment for children and you could win Ron Artest’s NBA Championship Ring and an expense paid trip to LA to meet Ron Artest and enjoy premium seats at an LA Lakers Game.
Winner will receive Ron Artest’s original NBA 2010 Championship Ring (See More Photos ) The ring includes the following features:
Each and every ring is adorned with a piece of the actual ball used in game seven of the 2010 NBA Finals
The two Larry O’Brien trophies representing the back to back titles are made from a custom batch of 16kt gold.
16 oversized round brillant white diamonds indicate the 16 championships the franchise has won.
Each player is immortalized with a three dimensional sculpture of their face on their respective rings.
The final score of the Lakers 83-79 game seven victory over the Boston Celtics is represented on the side of the ring in scoreboard fashion.
Winner and a guest will enjoy an expense paid trip to Los Angeles where Ron Artest will present the Winner with his ring and where the Winner and their guest will enjoy premium seats to an LA Lakers Game. The trip includes the following prize items:
Two Premium Seats to an LA Lakers Game
Two night hotel accomodations at the Four Seasons Los Angeles at Beverly Hills (single room, double occupancy)
Round trip coach air transportation from any international airport in the world (as necessary to attend ring presentation and game, $2,000 maximum)
A $1,000 allowance for expenses including meals and ground transportation
Winner will receive a cash prize in the amount of $13,007.5 to mitigate the Winner’s tax liabiltiy that results from winning the raffle. This prize is withheld and paid, on behalf of the Winner, directly to the IRS ($10,750.00) and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts ($2,257.50)