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 Tiger talking to fans to Judge Sapp.
Prior to the start of the Wells Fargo Championship, Woods will field questions from his twitter and Facebook fans in lieu of facing the presumably much harder hitting press. Apparently, Woods is trying to beef up his social media presence.
During last night’s game against the New York Knicks, Dwyane Wade figured out a good way to keep the Knicks' Mike Bibby from driving on him. Bibby had the misfortune of losing his sneaker while Wade was covering him, so Wade grabbed it and tossed it away, leaving his former teammate with one shoe until the play was over.
A Chicago Cubs fan is walking a goat named Wrigley, purchased on Craigslist from Arizona to Chicago. Some cubs fans believe in the Curse of the Billy Goat as the reason why the Cubs haven’t won a world title since 1908.
Floyd Mayweather allegedly plunked down 1.8 million dollars on the Los Angeles Clippers to beat the Memphis Grizzlies. The Clippers had a historic come-back on Sunday, when overcoming a 27 point deficit.
Warren Sapp is coming to a courtroom near you, and it’s not as the defendant. Somehow, the former NFL Network analyst is making the jump to the TV courtroom, in the aptly titled "Judge Sapp", for Onset Productions.