Do you see that? Danny Tanner is laughing at you.
From Oakland to Sacktown, the Bay Area and back down, Cali is where they put they Mavs down. The eighth seeded Golden State Warriors beat the shit out of the Dallas Mavericks last night, 111-86, and won the series in six games. Let’s all just agree that I didn’t paraphrase 2pac, k?
Ryan, did you really quack at the principal?
The Anaheim Ducks moved on to the Western Conference finals by beating the Vancouver Canucks 2-1 in double overtime. Ducks, Canucks…there’s a dirty limerick in there somewhere. Former coach Gordon Bombay could not be reached for comment.
This boxer has a first name, it’s O-S-C-A-R…
Guess I won’t be watching another episode of “The World’s Cutest Puppies”. Tomorrow night, Oscar De La Hoya faces Floyd Mayweather in what’s being called the biggest fight in years. The last time there was a fight that got this much press, it involved Ike and Tina Turner.
I so had one of those on my birthday cake last year.
Irishman Padraig Harrington’s 66 lead the first round of the Wachovia Championship, but Tiger Woods is just a stroke back. I’m sorry, but whenever I see Tiger, I think of that scene in Dennis the Menace where Dennis fixed Mr. Wilson’s broken dentures with Chiclets. Regardless, the winner of the tournament receives a free checking account with no hidden fees, an ATM card, and a Wachovia soft cooler.
I’z in ur hitnrun, blowin invisible bubblz
The NCAA has decided to move the 3-point line one foot back, from 19 feet, 9 inches to 20 feet, 9 inches. Pending approval, the change will take place before the 2008-2009 season. And yes, this is just a flimsy excuse to post a picture of Bryce Taylor. He’s going to get a mention in any story involving college basketball, Oregon, 25 cent food dispensers, seeing a duck-crossing sign on a bike path, or standing in the Target checkout behind a man wearing Duckhead shorts. So there.