It really doesn't matter if you thought Tiger Woods should or should not have been disqualified from the Masters. All that matters is that the New York Post gave us this front page on Sunday.
With the Dodgers in town to face the Diamondbacks over the weekend, a few L.A. fans made the trek to Arizona and sat in some fancy seats behind home plate. However, D'backs owner Ken Kendrick had a hissy fit because those fans were wearing Dodgers apparel, and actually took the time to make sure the fans changed their clothes.
Few athletes know how to use social media better than Kobe Bryant. He showed that again this weekend when he posted a lengthy and raw message on Facebook about what he is facing with the torn Achilles' tendon that will keep sidelined for 6 to 9 months. He also tweeted photos from his day in the hospital before undergoing surgery.
Alison Brie, who played a major role in last night's Mad Men, has just done this new photoshoot for Esquire. ... Here's a gallery of female celebs from last night's MTV Movie Awards. ... Patricia Beck is a model who should've been in Hot Clicks before today. ... Here's tweeter extrordiare Chrissy Teigen dancing up a storm at Coachella.
Sabres forward John Scott is responsible for the most creative videobomb we've ever seen.
It's not just that this kid threw a foul ball back on the field. It's that his expression is clearly saying, "I don't give a you know what."
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According to this guy, it's OK to park in a handicap spot if you own a Ferrari.