Loving LeBron like it's going out of style: He is an amazing athlete. He's made his team better.
But...[yes, there's a but] there is still this guy out in Hollywood who isn't happy with three rings. Kobe Bryant?
Name sound familiar? He's like the ginger step-child that the parents keep forgetting about.
Sports Soup: Matt Iseman's stand up comedy is not comedy at all. The jokes his writers at Sports Soup concoct for him are even worse, and the laugh track makes them even worse.
But I find him tolerable because he bares a decent resemblance to Mr. Incredible, from the Disney-Pixar film, The Incredibles.
The New Orleans Hornets minus Chris Paul: I'm almost to the point of calling out a search party. Paul had one off game with only 4 points, 6 assists, and 2 rebounds.
This was also the game Denver DOUBLED UP New Orleans by a score of 121-63. I don't know how in only a year, the same supporting cast managed to fade off into the mist faster than Paul Davis' dignity after Millionaire Matchmaker ended up with him waiting at an Olive Garden all night for a girl that decided getting a mani-pedi was more important.
Barry Melrose as the face of hockey at ESPN: Every time they talk about the NHL on SportsCenter, it normally starts with Steve Levy basically calling Barry Melrose a douchebag or mentioning his long tenure as Tampa Bay Lightning coach, before he breaks down his man-crush [Sidney Crosby's] performance from that night. I dislike Melrose for his poor taste in clothing, his greasy mullet, and his total loathing of the Detroit Red Wings.