Last week the Miami Heat released a Harlem Shake video. Since it was posted on March 1st, it has racked up over 31 million views. Last night the Heat visited Minnesota to take on the Timberwolves. Ray Allen and J.J. Barea got into it and Barea got tossed. Today the Timberwolves released an anti-Harlem Shake video – answering the Heat the only way a sub-.500 team on a 6-game losing streak can really answer a team on a 15-game winning streak with the second best record in the league the day after they were beat by 16 at home – by having their mascot beat the shit out of a guy wearing the jersey of the other team’s best player.
Blast from the past.
He’s a blur.
Kickers have feelings.
The Yankees have offered to pay for Dwight Gooden to go to rehab should he need it.
The Texas Rangers have released Josh Hamilton.
The Cleveland Browns need to trade Josh Gordon while they still can.
Josh Norman touched on a number of topics in Kevin van Valkenberg’s ESPN the Magazine profile. The cornerback who (…)