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Andrew Luck a Colt and Michael Jordan's Bobcats Hit Bottom: BR5 4/27

BR5Daily ShowDecember 4, 2014

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Welcome to BR5, your daily source for sports and pop-culture news.

Today’s episode of BR5 gets you up to date with everything from a draft recap to A-Rod and George Clooney.

The first round of the NFL draft took place last night, and Andrew Luck and RG3 went one and two to no one’s surprise. But there were quite a few surprise trades and a lot of awkward hugs with the commissioner.

The Bobcats finished the season with a dismal 7-59 record and .106 winning percentage, eclipsing the previous record for the worst winning percentage, held by the 1972-73 Philadelphia 76ers, who finished at 9-73 with a winning percentage of .110.

When asked if he'd ever take another crack at marriage, Alex Rodriguez admitted that he's not sure, and that George Clooney is his new role model. Hollywood's eternal bachelor is now dating former pro wrestler Stacey Keibler, who just so happens to be close friends with Rodriguez's current flame—and fellow former wrestler—Torrie Wilson. 

Chess boxing has become the new craze across the pond. Chess boxing consists of a faceoff at the chessboard for four minutes, then jumping into the ring for another three. Repeat, for 11 alternate rounds, until your body—or your brain—gives out.

Former Denver Bronco Nate Jackson recently wrote a letter to Andrew Luck and RGIII outlining the pitfalls of playing in the NFL. Jackson says, "once you get drafted and shake hands with Darth Vader, your lives will diverge and you will be immersed fully in the identity of your new employers." What a party-pooper.

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