With the recent news that the Washington Redskins will start Kirk Cousins instead of Robert Griffin III at quarterback, one fan has gotten creative with his RGIII jersey.
J.R. Smith continues to do his thing—miss shots and create waves.
During the New York Knicks' victory over the Chicago Bulls, head coach Mike Woodson chided Smith for his poor shot selection, according to the New York Daily News' Frank Isola. Never one to shy away from confrontation, Smith reportedly had some words of his own for Woodson:
Good move, Swish. Argue with Coach Woody after he's defended you more than anyone else these last two seasons. Good move.
Because Smith is Smith, the drama didn't end there. The tumultuous shooting guard followed his 2-of-8 shooing performance against Chicago by taking only one shot in New York's loss to the Boston Celtics.
Wrestling, meet basketball.
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Orton and Leonard were going at it during the final period of a not-so-close contest between the Philadelphia 76ers and Portland Trail Blazers on Saturday night, and that spilled over into a bit of extracurricular activity. After Leonard successfully pulled off the takedown, Orton connected on a blow to the jaw, leading to ejections for both players.
This is one of the dumbest moves you'll ever see—not only was the ball already in the basket, but the outcome of the game had already been decided when Nicholson decided to shove Varejao from behind.
The only question now is whether or not Nicholson will face disciplinary action from the league.
Tennessee's Jordan McRae drove through four Wichita State defenders and threw down a huge dunk on Saturday to pull the Volunteers to within one of the No. 12 Shockers.
The dunk was great, but he was whistled for a questionable technical foul after the dunk.
The Army-Navy rivalry is one of the best in college football, and what happened before the 114th meeting provided one couple with a lasting memory.
Army offensive lineman Colin Joy proposed to his girlfriend, Nicole Valentine, midfield before the game at Lincoln Financial Field. The two are now engaged after Valentine said yes.
Thanks to the Associated Press for the photos, and hat tip to the Sporting News' Troy Machir for the find.
AJ McCarron is Mr. Alabama, the kind of guy whose name, face and number will be raised, plastered and mounted in the hallowed halls of Bryant-Denny Stadium for years to come. He is the consummate member of the Crimson Tide program, having led them to consecutive national titles prior to this season.
But come Jan. 6, he'll be rooting for their biggest rival.
According to CBS Sports' Eye on College Football blog, McCarron said that he might "wear Orange and Blue" during the BCS National Championship Game, ostensibly to root for Auburn to beat Florida State:
McCarron's girlfriend, Katherine Webb, is famously an Auburn graduate, even though she roots for McCarron and Alabama during the annual Iron Bowl, according to Rachel Axon of USA Today. Now that he's not on the field, AJ feels no reason not to return the favor.
You might have noticed Roy Hibbert looking a little grumpy during Friday's game against the Charlotte Bobcats. It turns out the Indiana Pacers center had a very good reason.
Things turned out well for Hibbert, as he finished with 18 points and 11 rebounds in his team's 99-94 win.