Roundup: Tony Parker is Clutch Again, an Elephant Can Speak Korean & the 50 Best Names in College Basketball

Jana Kramer … this elephant can speak Korean … stunning image of Sandy taking away half a housepeople in Brooklyn charging their cell phonesCMA awards winners … sad video of New Yorkers dumpster diving, allegedly for food thrown out by a restaurant … Jenny McCarthy turned 40, and here are 40 pictures of her … Andrea Peyser hates that celebrities partied on Halloween in New York with New York in ruins … fired: “we are all handcuffed by money-hungry corporate fucks who want to run newspapers as a business rather than an essential part to maintaining a free-flowing democracy” … definitely one of the saddest stories from Sandy … driver allegedly pulled a gun on another driver at a gas station in New York … inspiring marathon runner story

Chiefs stink up San Diego, lose, 31-13. The Chargers defense scored twice. [Star]

Doug Collins, not a huge fan of basketball analytics. [Philly Inquirer]

The 50 best names in college basketball. [Rushed the Court]

Athletes at the U of Michigan have to sign a social media policy. Makes sense. [Ann Arbor.com]

Which NFL player had the best Halloween costume? [The Football Girl]

No way. Two games into the season, Mike Brown’s seat is warm? Come on, give the guy a couple weeks, at least. [Fox Sports]

From cancer and being a day away from death to being a freshman basketball player for North Carolina Central. [CBS Sports]

Football players are increasing in size, and have been for awhile. [Daily Reveille]

Jozy Altidore keeps scoring goals for his club team. [Goal.com]

Nyjer Morgan, aka, Tony Plush, is done with the Brewers. Who will sign the outfielder? [Journal-Sentinel]

Naturally, a Bobby Hebert profile leading up to the Alabama game. Remember when Hebert was basically a line in Seinfeld? [NYT]

Mike Redmond retired from baseball in 2010, and now he’s the Marlins manager. [Portland Press Herald]

People got stupid when the news trucks showed up to cover Sandy. [via Hot Clicks]

Tony Parker is clutch. Again. That’s two nights in a row he’s come up big late for the Spurs. [Spurs Nation]

Psy learns how to Dougie.

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