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April 12, 2010
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April 12, 2010

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Best gag of 2010? The one pulled by a onetime Nuggets ballboy, who filled Kenyon Martin's white-interior Range Rover with buttered popcorn. Popping hot, K-Mart (right) threatened to skip the playoffs if the jokester didn't fess up. He did, but had to foot the cleaning bill—per kernel of humor, a bargain.


The Prez is a mad bomber! In a game of H-O-R-S-E treys (played as P-O-T-U-S) that aired during Butler--Michigan State, Barack Obama faltered early—"I've got a few other things on my mind," he sandbagged—before ending six of 10 to beat '82 Big Ten MVP Clark Kellogg.


Man City's bank-breaking hire (right) has earned every pence of his (at least) £25 million transfer fee. El Apache has 20 goals in 29 games, fourth-most in the Premier League, and his Citizens are in striking distance of their first Champions League spot in 34 years.


Will Nicholas Sparks title his next work The Mountaineers? After West Virginia's Da'Sean Butler tore his ACL against Duke, coach Bob Huggins provided the tournament's tenderest moment, getting on his knees to comfort the senior. Were those tears, Huggy Bear?

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