What happened to New York City? You know, the New York City that made legends. Where Joe Namath became ‘Broadway Joe’ … where Walt Fraizer became ‘Clyde’, a legend on and off the court. That same New York City that Frank Sinatra crooned about… New York, New York… I want to wake up in that city……Read More What happened to New York City?
As New Orleans prepares for the 2012 Final Four this weekend, many are tipping that the University of Kentucky will continue its decisive march to a national championship – and rightfully so. The Wildcats are a machine comprised of four soon-to-be first round drafts picks, one of which, Anthony Davis, will be the first player…Read More March Madness, the Final Four showdown
Fed-up Wests Tigers coach Tim Sheens has thrown down an unlikely challenge to Western Suburbs veteran Tommy Raudonikis, naming the outspoken 62-year-old in his side for the aptly named Heritage round clash against Souths. And Raudonikis has accepted the jersey in what could go down in the history books as one of the greatest ever sporting comebacks.…Read More Sheens Picks Raudonikis In Tigers Squad
Tiger Woods has finally broken one of the longest droughts of his career, clinching the Arnold Palmer Invitational before satiating himself in a marathon hotel orgy with 100 carefully selected Orlando hookers and US$40,000 worth of Perrier Jouët. Well, the last part is fictional, but would you blame him if it wasn’t? Seriously, the guy has copped it from more…Read More Tiger Woods 2.0
Wayne Rooney has broken the wrist of a nine-year-old Manchester United supporter with a stray shot during his side’s 5-0 win at Wolverhampton Wanderers last weekend. However, the incident has provoked a new push to make milk mandatory in UK school canteens, a desperate – and possibly futile – attempt to prevent English youngsters from growing up into brittle, sugar-dependent adults. Little Jamie Thomas was struck on the…Read More Wayne Rooney Breaks Kid’s Wrist, Lack Of Milk Blamed