Drew Rosenhaus was filmed while swimming and wrestling with a six-foot shark. WHY?
It’s common practice to produce two sets of everything for a championship series T-shirts, hats but not commercials. This commercial celebrating the 2013 NBA champion San Antonio Spurs was shown multiple times on NBA TV Saturday night.
By winning Game 6, the Heat did the NBA a couple of favors.
First, it pushed an increasingly-appealing series to seven games, with the seventh likely to draw a strong rating for ABC/ESPN...
- See more at: http://blogs.palmbeachpost.com/heatzone/2013/06/19/gregg-popovich-evades-question-on-illegal-tim-duncan-substitution/#sthash.dspDHgIj.hD0RfioR.dpuf
Don't Put Q-Tips In The Toilet
A sewage problem at the Coliseum forced the Oakland Athletics and Seattle Mariners to use the same locker room after Sunday’s game.
The pipes backed up on the lower levels of the stadium during Oakland’s 10-2 victory, creating a stink and pools of water in the clubhouses used by both teams and the umpires.
The A’s and Mariners moved to a higher floor and cleaned up postgame in the locker room occupied by the Oakland Raiders during NFL games.
Coliseum officials said the six-day homestand, which drew 171,756 fans, overtaxed the plumbing system at the 47-year-old stadium.
“Make sure everybody finds out about this sewage thing,” Oakland starter A.J. Griffin said. “We need to get a new stadium.”
The San Francisco Chronicle reported that leaking pipes and backed up drains occur often, even on days when the Coliseum is empty. The field is 22 feet below sea level, and the clubhouse level is 3 feet below sea level.
A’s team president Michael Crowley told the Chronicle, “It’s clear, right? This isn’t the first time this has happened.”
Several Mariners left without showering. Towels were used to block sewage from running into the players’ general dressing area.
Seattle manager Eric Wedge’s office had about a foot of liquid, forcing him to hold his postgame news conference in the hallway.
The A’s, who start a road trip in Texas on Monday night, will likely have new carpeting when they return. The extent of the damage isn’t known yet.
There were visible wet spots around every drain on the ground floor, though the main damage was to the locker rooms and storage areas.
Strike while the iron is hot.
This is definitely the case for retail store Aggieland Outfitters as they have already came up with a t-shirt for sale in the wake of comments made by Texas A&M athletic director Eric Hyman. The shirts are selling for $19.99 and are available from sizes S-3XL.
Hyman spoke at an Aggies event Thursday night and unleashed a one-liner for the ages against Nick Saban and Alabama. “What do the moon and Texas A&M have in common? They both control the Tide,” Hyman quipped to a room full of Texas A&M supporters.
Hyman was making reference to the Aggies 29-24 victory over the Tide last season. It marked Alabama’s only loss of the year en route to a national championship.
The two will meet again in September at Kyle Field.
Los Angeles Times writer T.J. Simmers set up this fun competition between Dwight Howard and his daughter Kelzer Nielson. A free throw shooting contest where the loser would have to donate money to charity.You know it’s time to work on your game when you lose to a mother of three.
Minnesota Twins outfielder Chris Colabello finally made his MLB debut last week. But this week, Colabello was already on the hook for a glaring rookie mistake.
During a game against the Milwaukee Brewers the newcomer took the field wearing the wrong jersey. While his teammates were wearing uniforms with the name of the city across their chests, Colabello accidentally sported an alternate that had “Twins” on the front.