Sports Comedy Delivered with The Score's '2012 Sports Activity Book'

Gabe Zaldivar@gabezalPop Culture Lead WriterDecember 20, 2012

If you ever wondered what a playful sports activity book might look like, The Score has answered with a bunch of hilarious exercises to keep you entertained into the New Year. 

The Score decided to bring to the masses a hodgepodge of activities that draw inspiration from sports hilarity of the past and present. 

If you have trouble wrapping your head around what it is, consider their first comedic chore, a crossword puzzle that should take you all of five seconds to solve. 

When you do, the guffaws will follow. 

Yes, that is Allen Iverson's famed "practice" rant broken down into its barest essentials and posted for all to laugh at. 

There is so much more. 

You can spot the best Jon Gruden catch phrases in a word jumble, spot the differences between two Gary Bettman pictures and connect the dots to make James Harden's beard. 

This is what we are talking about. 

These activities from our youth always seemed pointless and time-consuming, but there was a method to the madness. 

All those times spent doing these things as kids have resulted in the ability to finally color in Craig Sagers' suit with the fine attention to detail it deserves. 

Come for all the amazing activities and stay to fill in LeBron James' hairline. Finally, there is a reason to bust out that box of Crayons you have in storage. 

 

Hit me up on Twitter for more holiday hilarity. 

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