Here is “Timber Joey” slicing off part of “the Victory log” with a chainsaw during the Portland Timbers’ 4-2 win over the Chicago Fire last night. The tradition dates back to the NASL team in the 1970s. Timber Joey has a resume to make us hold our manhoods cheap, or at least snicker with glee at the number of double entendres. He was once a U.S. National Rugby Player and a professional bare-back bronco rider. He is a certified lumberjack who competes in “pole climbing, jack double bucking, fire hose relays, axe throwing, log rolling and hot saw operation” competitions. He makes his living by owning a concrete finishing company and being the “security manager” at a restaurant. [Video via Mocksession]
I’m nervous just writing this about Marvin Harrison.
This is where we are.
Such an awful look for Andre Drummond, one of worst free throw shooters in NBA history, participating in the dunk contest. — (…)
Matt Harvey has been very busy this year. Last month we wondered if Harvey was too focused on working hard in the offseason. I guess not. (…)