Gregg Popovich :: Garrett W. Ellwood/NBAE via Getty Images
Remember when San Antonio coach Gregg Popovich
told a bunch of his players go home and take the night off before playing TNT game against the Heat in November? Well, a Florida lawyer is now suing the Spurs
for violating Florida?s "deceptive and fair trade practices law." I'd tell you all the bad things I'd like to see happen to this guy, but then he might sue SI, so I have to move on.
Most people knew when ESPN issued that absurd apology for Brent Musburger
last week that it came from ESPN and not Musburger. The legendary announcer confirmed that yesterday
and basically gave the finger to his employers when he flat out said his comments were not inappropriate.
may be one of the best basketball players in the world, but that doesn't mean he can get away with anything he wants when it comes to his grandmother. In fact, she sent orders to the Thunder guard
that he needs to stop cursing so much during games.
Cassie Cutler :: Courtesy of Joseph Lindstrom
Model Cassie Cutler
gets today's LLOD honors
, who will be in this year's Sports Illustrated
Swimsuit Issue and is one of Guyism's 50 Women To Watch In 2013
, just announced that
she will be covering the Super Bowl for Inside Edition
Newly married Christian Ponder and Samantha Steele joined the newest Hot Clicks Podcast. The Vikings QB and ESPN reporter talked about their much-talked about relationship and more. You can listen to the podcast below, download it on iTunes
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This video, of bad lip reading in the NFL, has exploded over the past 24 hours, and rightfully so. It's pretty hilarious.
National League Rookie of the Year Bryce Harper was on the late-night show Tuesday. He discussed the genesis of "Clown question, bro," talked about living in Las Vegas and rocked quite the hairdo. (You can watch Part 2 here