Weekend Preview
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With the U.S. soccer team in action Saturday, our friends at BoDog.com let us know that you can still get good odds on them to win the World Cup. Here are the updated prices for the event's outright winner.

Argentina 4/1
Brazil 9/2
Spain 5/1
Netherlands 13/2
Germany 10/1
England 12/1
Uruguay 14/1
Portugal 18/1
USA 33/1
Paraguay 33/1
Chile 40/1
Ghana 40/1
Mexico 50/1
Japan 66/1
South Korea 125/1
Slovakia 150/1
Switzerland 150/1
Ivory Coast 750/1
Honduras 5000/1

Also taking place this weekend is the return of Entourage. Whether you watch the show or not, I think we can all agree that having Emmanuelle Chriqui on TV is a good thing. Make that a very good thing.

Man Behind The Mic
ESPN World Cup play-by-play man Ian Darke talks about what it was like to call Landon Donovan's game-winning goal against Algeria.
Speaking Of Donovan...
Here's how you know he's big: he's on the cover of today's New York Post, and the accompanying story isn't about the World Cup; it's about his marriage to Rules of Engagement star, Biana Kajlich.
Rookie Report Card
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Bleacher Report grades the suits that were on display at Thursday night's NBA Draft.
Fish Fry
The person most upset about Fredi Gonzalez's firing as Marlins manager has to be Stan Van Gundy. SVG went OFF on Miami radio yesterday, ripping Florida owner Jeffrey Loria, and taking a small swipe at new manager Bobby Valentine.
Check out my appearance on Yahoo.com's Why Is This News podcast, where Hot Clicks, Yankee baseball and the new iPhone were the major topics discussed.
Sports Video Of The Day
The Basketball Jones asked a number of NBA rookies what they plan on buying once they sign their big contracts and made this game show out of the answers.

Jimmy Kimmel Video Of The Day
The new Unnecessary Censorship isn't posted on YouTube yet, but this is just as good. Jimmy and Drake use celebrity tweets to make a song.

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