Who do you turn to when you've lost your way? Jesus. Because Jesus Shuttlesworth saves. It was Sunday after all. Ray Allen, AKA "Jesus Shuttlesworth," held a come to Jesus meeting Sunday afternoon, scoring 14 of his Miami Heat career high 25 points in the decisive fourth quarter of the Miami He ... More >>
LeBron left them a tenth of a second, such a gentleman. Down two with under 10 seconds left, Coach Spoelstra opted not to call a timeout, but rather let the best player in the Universe attack the unprepared Golden State defense. It went well, it went real well. The buzzer beater capped off another ... More >>
Entering Tuesday night's game against the Milwaukee Bucks, LeBron James made it clear that all this losing stuff isn't cute to him anymore, and he politely requests that his teammates help cut that shit out. "We've been playing defensively like sh--, no doubt about it. I'm frustrated right now. We ... More >>
Everybody, from your momma to your 12-year-old cousin, loves Brian McKnight's "Back at One." But don't get it twisted, the man isn't just an R&B heartthrob. Able to play percussion, string, and brass instruments, McKnight's also a one-man band. He's even hosted a self-titled syndicated morn ... More >>
Your memories of Tom Green are totally gross and hilarious. You remember a skinny manchild spazzing out in a roomful of sausage. You remember him herding shit-filled farm animals into his parents' suburban home. You remember him humping a dead moose. Well, that was then. These days, Tom Green is ... More >>
It's all in the stars.
Who you callin loco?
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