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More media controversy was sparked recently when Colombian singing sensation Shakira became the latest victim in the celebrity photo leak scandal.

The Hips Don’t Lie singer, wife to FC Barcelona centre-back Gerard Piqué, had personal photos of her in the nude leaked after her iCloud account was hacked. Read the rest of this entry »

OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG. If you’re anything like me (and if you’re lucky, you probably are), you’ve been waiting a long time for this. The Star Wars: The Force Awakens teaser trailer just came out a few minutes ago. If there is anything I like more than dinosaurs, it’s aliens with light sabers. Also, things flying around in ways that can’t physically happen yet. Check out the trailer, after the jump. Read the rest of this entry »

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The #1 ranked NCAA Men’s Basketball team trailed lowly SUNY Buffalo 38-33 at the half on Sunday, but since then Kentucky has looked like an unstoppable force.  They went on to win 71-52 against SUNY Buffalo, and then steamrolled #5 ranked Kansas at the State Farm Champions Classic 72-40.  The platoon system seems to be highly effective, which leaves many NCAA Men’s Basketball pundits asking, when will Kentucky lose? Read the rest of this entry »

Photo Courtesy of Pat Loika

Photo Courtesy of Pat Loika

Okay, so it’s probably best to reveal right from the get-go, that nothing is concrete about a fight between Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather at this point – and it has been like this for some time. However, one thing is for certain about the fight and that is that should it take place, it will be one of if not the biggest fight in boxing history. It’s certainly the most anticipated of our generation and one that would likely have Betfair and other major bookmakers struggling to pin down a major favorite for the contest.
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Atlanta Hawks v New York Knicks

Tonight the New York Knicks lost to the Brooklyn Nets, and naturally you would want to hear the post game interview with Carmelo Anthony. And then he one upped Iman Shumpert’s “clock hat” with this thing…
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courtesy: CBS Sports

courtesy: CBS Sports

Rejoice basketball fans, the NBA season is just 5 days and roughly eight hours away. The NFL and college football have been holding us over until tip off, but the first regular season games feels like it’s right around the corner.

By now, most teams’ rosters are filled and we have a decent picture of what they’ll look like, but it’s never to early for some bold predictions, right? That’s what preseason is for – hopeless NBA dreaming to get us through the final weeks of the offseason.

I put on my thinking cap and came up with five scenarios that could happen in the 2014-2015 season that not many other people see happening. With that, here are my 5 bold predictions for the 2014-2015 NBA season, and these ones are focusing on teams. My bold predictions for individual players will come out later this week.

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Ruining your neighborhood soon!

Ruining your neighborhood soon!

 

On October 5th, “Hank Is Evil: The Movie” will premiere to the world…and by the world I mean a few hundred people at the Bellmore Theatre in Bellmore, NY.  This is a film that has dominated much of the last year of my life and now it is ready to be viewed by the masses.

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courtesy: Fox Sports

courtesy: Fox Sports

The first two weeks of NFL action are in the books, and everything that’s happened on the field seems almost irrelevant at this point. The Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson controversies have overshadowed the league’s on-field product, but hopefully at this point next week, we’ll only be talking about real, actual football.

Let’s get that trend started now by focusing on some of the biggest head-to-head match ups in Week 3. These are the individual match ups that may end up determining the winner and loser in a number of games this weekend.

While watching some NFL action, these are the players you’ll be focusing on and for good reason. Here are the five must watch head-t0-head match ups in NFL Week 3. Read the rest of this entry »

Photo: Zimbio.com

Photo: Zimbio.com

The St. Louis Cardinals have been chasing the Milwaukee Brewers for 150 days. A chase that ended today.

Thanks to a 5-4 win over the Pirates (3rd in the NL Central, 3 games back), and a 2-4 loss for the Brewers at the hands of the last place Cubs, the Cardinals now have sole possession of first place in the National League Central division.

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Decades Of Hate!

Decades Of Hate!

 

One thing that absolutely irritates me about New York sports is the amount of fake local rivalries we have here.  And I was reminded of my hatred of false rivalries last night when the Jets took on the Giants in a preseason game.  This happens every year and it’s called the Snoopy Bowl. Because Metlife Stadium is named after Metlife who has Snoopy as their mascot, lol! The Giants won and guess what? It meant absolutely nothing.   This of course didn’t stop fans from talking an unwarranted amount of trash talk towards one another.  Both teams have enough teams within their own division that they can hate there is absolutely no reason to hate each other.

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