Nina Agdal … Clooney talks about the time his pick-up hoops team dominated Leo DiCaprio’s team … in hooks, women find orgasms elusive … Chris Christie’s tea party problem … former Dodgers co-owner Jamie McCourt buys swanky $11.2 million pad in Napa … this man is the real Wolf of Wall Street … how do you feel about Kate Upton possibly being in the Entourage movie? … hey social media, this carriage horse wasn’t dead! … Lance Armstrong, shut up … “Wisconsin Man Called 911 Because Sex Partner Was ‘Snoring Like A Train’ In His Bed” …
“Jared Ward, a returned missionary at BYU and a four-time cross country and track All-American, was denied a year of eligibility by the NCAA because he once ran in a recreational cross-country race against fat, old guys and people wearing bird costumes.” [Deseret News]
Brandon Marshall takes all sorts of shots at the Detroit Lions and their dirty play: “They’re borderline illegal.” [ESPN]
Sam Hurd, the former Dallas/Chicago receiver, is probably going to jail for a very, very long time. You need to read this. [The MMQB]
The Knicks are targeting Kevin Love in 2015 as a way to retain Carmelo Anthony. Good luck with that. [Woj]
The Phillies really signed Marlon Byrd to a 2-year, $16 million deal. [Crossing Broad]
Cobb County, Georgia, got a raw deal when the Braves decided to build a new stadium. [Atlantic Wire]
Division III football player gets yelled at by coaches: ““Stop your bitching and moaning and quit acting like a pussy and get back out there.” Then, he died. [Washington Times]
The No. 1 pick in the 2013 NBA draft, Anthony Bennett, is shooting 4.8 percent this season. [WSJ]
Extend Mike Shanahan? Obviously, says Jason Reid. Yeah, but what does RG3 think? [Wash Post]
Dave Zirin “reflects” on his earlier thoughts regarding the Jay Glazer/Richie Incognito interview. [The Nation]
Some candor from Rory McIlroy: Off-the-course ‘distractions’ have hindered his game recently. [Guardian]
From Monday Night, Jamal Crawford from way downtown … bang.
This Andrew Wiggins dunk sealed a Kansas win over Duke last night in a great game.
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