Today is model turned actor Brooklyn Decker’s 25th birthday. The blonde bombshell is best-known for gracing the cover of Sports Illustrated’s 2010 Swimsuit Issue. Like Brooklyn, this year’s covergirl Kate Upton is one of the sexiest models to appear in SI in recent memory, which raises the question: Who’s hotter, Brooklyn or Kate? Tale of the Tape Brooklyn Continue reading “Brooklyn vs. Kate”
For decades the Los Angeles Clippers have been the laughing stock of the NBA, the red-headed step-brother to a Lakers franchise which has dominated the league with a flare that captures the glitz and glamor of Tinseltown. The Clippers have made the playoffs just twice since moving to L.A. in 1984. Their notoriously stingy owner Donald Sterling routinely allowedContinue reading “Which L.A. Team is More Likley to Win It All?”
by Paul Knepper One of the key matchups in the Eastern Conference Finals between the Heat and Bulls has been Chris Bosh against Joakim Noah. On paper Bosh is the better player. The six-time All-Star has averaged 20 points and 9.2 rebounds for his career, though his numbers took a hit this season as heContinue reading “Bosh vs. Noah”
The NFL draft is underway and that means ESPN’s two prominent draft analysts Mel Kiper Jr. and Todd McShay will undoubtedly be engaging in heated debates over the next few days. If you’ve ever noticed, they’re never in the same place at the same time. That’s because they would likely tear each others heads offContinue reading “Kiper vs. McShay”
It’s NBA playoff time, when legends are born. Some young players are taking the opportunity to cement their reputations as superstars in the league. Kevin Durant won his second consecutive scoring title this season at the age of 22 and continued to sizzle, dropping 41 points in the Thunder’s Game 1 victory over Denver. TeammateContinue reading “Who is the Most Exciting Young Player in the NBA?”
Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim and University of Connecticut’s Jim Calhoun are two of the best coaches in college basketball and they’ve been matching wits in the Big East since Calhoun took the coaching job at UConn in 1986. They’ve each won at least one National Championship and are two of only eight Division I coachesContinue reading “Battle of the Jims”
After signing with the Red Sox in December, former White Sox closer Bobby Jenks criticized the way his old manager Ozzie Guillen handled him and the bullpen in general. A few days later Guillen’s son Oney tweeted that Jenks used to cry in the manager’s office. Round two began on Friday, when Jenks claimed thatContinue reading “Ozzie vs. Jenks”
The Friday Faceoff – Koko B. Ware vs. Chris Andersen. Which Birdman is most fly?