Early Saturday morning, there was this tweet from Plain-Dealer reporter Brian Windhorst: “Word is LeBron indeed advised Paul to demand a trade but he wants CP3 to stay in Western Conf. to make a better rivalry.” Then, this appeared in the Sunday Vegas gossip column: “NBA All-Stars LeBron James and Chris Paul, playing with $500 blackjack chips Friday at Wynn Las Vegas.” Yesterday, this tweet from LeBron: “There’s no such thing as a ‘Reliable source.’ Don’t believe it people. The truth these days is so far gone. No credibility.” As a fan who wants CP3 in New York … yes, we’d be peeved if LeBron was working his magic behind-the-scenes to keep the league’s top point guard out West. [Review-Journal]
Jacoby Jones Returned a Kickoff Down the Sideline for a Touchdown, Right After Toby Gerhart Gave Minnesota the Lead
Where is Mike Tomlin when you need him? Right after the Vikings took a late lead on a Toby Gerhart touchdown (with Gerhart in the game (…)
Joique Bell Hurdled a Defender in the Snow, then Matthew Stafford Provided the Best Missed Snap Face Ever
The snow has been fun to watch, probably not as fun for the players.
The hoodie, understandably, was angry.
Soon to be film room fun.