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When it rains, it pours then sleets, snows, and tornadoes too

Lakers 112, Cavaliers 57.  I’m not sure what there really is to say.  The box score is pretty jaw dropping, in the saddest way possible.  That just seems cruel.

I really feel quite bad for Cleveland here.  They were already a tortured sports town before The Decision.  The moments leading up to it and James’s departure felt like we were watching a hanging.  Brutal and uncomfortable to see.  Last night’s game just adds an extra level of sadness to it.

As for LBJ’s taunting tweets?  Not a big deal.  Dan Gilbert talked first so he opened that door.  You can’t have it both ways.

What I’ve Been Reading Today

Here is a collection of things that I came across through my RSS reader that I enjoyed the most.  Hey, something has to keep me busy at work.

  • News of the day that will annoy my mom: ESPN’s Erin Andrews will join the next edition of Dancing With the Stars.  So much for keeping a low profile.  [Awful Announcing]
  • The must read of the day: great story involving Michael Jordan and a game of HORSE.  [Free Darko]
  • LeBron James has filed to switch his jersey number from #23 to #6.  Draft your July 1, 2010 conspiracy theories accordingly.  [Cleveland Plain Dealer]
  • Mike Leach’s wife has put his old Texas Tech stuff up for sale on Ebay.  Sweet.  [Sports by Brooks]
  • Netflix streaming capabilities could be coming to the iPhone.  [Hacking Netflix]
  • Some funny warning signs that you don’t see everyday.  [College Humor]
  • The popularity of Firefox continues to slide.  Personally, I use Firefox but am thinking of making the permanent switch to Google Chrome.  I hear Chrome has a Tumblr gadget that might be of some use to me.  [Computer World]

What I’ve been reading today

Here is a collection of things that I came across through my RSS reader that I enjoyed the most.  Hey, something has to keep me busy at work.

  • A little list of the hotties of Curling.  No, seriously.  [Bleacher Report]
  • Why the Cavs could be in a real rough spot if LeBron James decides to move elsewhere this summer.  [NBA FanHouse]
  • There was a successful HGH test in the world of sports today.  That would be the first time that has happened.  The sport it happened in was rugby and that player was suspended.  What that means for the major sports going forward remains to be seen.  [ESPN]
  • ESPN has suspended Tony Kornheiser for his recent remarks about fellow colleague Hannah Storm.  [SportsByBrooks]
  • The top 30 Oscar Best Picture winners that guys should watch.  In spirit of the fact that a bro friendly movie is likely to win this year.  [BroBible]
  • For those of you that have trouble differentiating between your Kevin Martins.  [Fourth Place Medal]
  • A sequel to Happy Feet is on the way.  Yeah, I’m excited.  [What’s Playing]
  • UConn has had some big wins recently included those over highly ranked Villanova and West Virginia.  It looks like they have rallied and played themselves off of the bubble.  [College Basketball Nation]

What I’ve been reading today

Here is a collection of things that I came across through my RSS reader that I enjoyed the most.  Hey, something has to keep me busy at work.

  • I sure hope you caught that US-Canada hockey game from last night.  The US pulled what was thought to be a substantial upset.  But Ryan Kesler predicted it quite a while ago.  [Puck Daddy]
  • I’ve been over the lack of respect NBC has given hockey in the Olympics.  It went to another level yesterday when DirecTV subscribers couldn’t watch the game in HD since they don’t get an MSNBC HD feed.  Larry Brooks returns to the subject of NBC failure for puckheads.  [NY Post]
  • Cool story: baseball blogger tries out for Orioles Spring Training PA gig.  [Big League Stew]
  • Hard hitting analysis about LeBron James and whether or not he takes too many shots from the perimeter.  You’ll learn something here.  [Ball Don’t Lie]
  • Maybe Paramount’s plan to push the release date of Shutter Island backed worked.  It claimed the number one spot on its opening weekend at the box office.  [NY Times]
  • Wrapping up the WGAs and BAFTAs and what it could mean for the Oscars going forward.  Hint: The Hurt Locker is doing quite well.  [Thompson on Hollywood]
  • One time Josh Howard registered a DNP-Hangover while in Dallas.  Probably not a shocker that he’s been moved.  [Dan Patrick Show]

Three words: LeBron, holy cow.

What I’ve been reading today

Here is a collection of things that I came across through my RSS reader that I enjoyed the most.  Hey, something has to keep me busy at work.

  • The lovely Christina Hendricks is on the cover of New York Magazine this week and she mentions how she finds talk about her body to be somewhat boring.  Wait, why did you stop reading this?  [New York Magazine]
  • A smart case for why Amare Stoudamire isn’t exactly a slam dunk for the Cavs.  [Pro Basketball Talk]
  • Bill Simmons and his annual trade value column.  [Sports Guy’s World]
  • The Dutch are nuts about their speed skating, and it’s awesome.  [Fourth Place Medal]
  • Oh no.  That’s a Jimmy Johnson Extenze commercial.  [Youtube]
  • Oh, right.  They’re still the Clippers.  [Ball Don’t Lie]
  • Grant Hill’s routine on game day.  [Dime]
  • Some goalies enter the Olympics hot while others are in a bit of a mini slump.  Does it matter?  [Puck Daddy]

Just another Lebron chase down……..

LeBron James…over the backboard….for two.  Smh.

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