Roundup: Chris Paul's Preseason Debut Was Fun, Davidson Upsets Kansas & Watch a Fed Ex Delivery Man Toss a Computer Monitor

Brooklyn Decker … “Attention Spans Have Dropped from 12 Minutes to 5 Seconds — How Social Media is Ruining Our Minds” … teacher arrested for throwing hash browns at drive-thru window … what the hell is wrong with people? Disturbing video … this outfit is an attention-grabber … the most influential men of 2011 … a penthouse in NYC was sold for $88 million … Jason Sudeikis is apparently dating Olivia Wilde … by the age of 23, 1/3 of Americans have been arrested … 25 years after swallowing a pen, it is recovered from a woman’s stomach (yes, the pen still writes) … another strong review for the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo … no Winter Ball for high school because the students won’t stop grinding

Interesting 2012 sports media predictions. [SBJ]

Marquette is unbeaten no more after suffering a 67-59 loss to LSU. [NOLA]

Arron Afflalo will re-sign with the Nuggets for 5-years, $43 million. [ESPN]

Very strong reporting here: Bernie Fine’s home – a hangout for boys. [Post-Standard]

Kobe isn’t asked by the Lakers for his thoughts on free agent moves. Also, he didn’t want to talk about his pending divorce. [Yahoo Sports]

Big upset in college hoops: Davidson 80, Kansas 74. Nice payback by Davidson following that 2008 Elite 8 NCAA tournament loss. [KC Star]

Former big-time football prospect Jimmy Johns is getting his act together. [AL.com]

No surprise at all that the Penn State scandal is the AP’s sports story of the year. [AP]

A heart abnormality caused Chuck Hayes to fail his physical, so the contract he recently agreed to with the Kings has been voided. [Sac Bee]

I’m not a Bob Knight fan, but this is well done. [Dispatch]

UT Chattanooga suspends player for tweets bashing the team’s coach. [Times Free Press]

Nevada is really struggling to sell tickets to the Hawaii bowl. [RGJ]

Tim Tebow, faith, and football. [TIME]

The IRS claims Santana Moss owes them some money. [Detroit News]

Ken Pomeroy has some thoughts on that Baylor/BYU classic from the weekend. [Ken Pom]

Take 12 minutes and watch the greatest fails of 2011. You’ll laugh. Repeatedly.

I saw this on Good Morning America, so it must be true. That object being thrown? A computer monitor.

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