December 09, 2011
"Stern's Bi#&h"
Danny Granger, David Stern :: Getty Images

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The Hornets traded guard Chris Paul to the Lakers yesterday afternoon. The NBA rejected the trade last night. Why? Who knows. But the reaction and fallout from around the 'Net was tremendous. The highlight came from Pacers forward Danny Granger who tweeted, "Due to the sabotaging of the LA/NO trade by david stern, and following in the footsteps of my athlete brethern Metta World Peace and Chad Ochocinco, I'm changing my last name to "Stern's Bi#&h" #effectiveimmediately." Lakers forward Lamar Odom, one of the players who was supposed to go from Los Angeles to New Orleans, doesn't want you to he's shellfish. (Not sure if he meant lobster, crab or something else.) Meanwhile, Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert, who's been known to send off a missive during big events, chimed in with this e-mail to David Stern. Speaking of Stern, this GIF will be the best thing you see on the Web today.(Thanks to Tony, of Brooklyn, N.Y., for the link.)
Yes, There Was A Football Game Thursday Night
Three things about last night's Browns-Steelers snoozefest. 1. It's pretty amazing that Ben Roethisberger returned to action after his ankle bent this way. 2. Big shocker: Steelers linebacker James Harrison had another dirty hit. 3. Cleveland comedian Mike Polk returned with another gem.
They've Outdone Themselves With This One
The Albert Pujols and C.J. Wilson signings by the Angels have gotten the Taiwanese animation news treatment.
Photo Gallery Of The Day
Arianny Celeste :: MJT/AdMedia/Newscom comes through with this educational year-end list: The 75 women who wowed the sports world in 2011, including MMA ring girl, Arianny Celeste.
Chill Out
Kansas State basketball coach Frank Martin was not happy with one of his players during the closing seconds of the Wildcats game against West Virginia last night. Actually, if I'm being honest, he kind of looked and sounded like he might kill the kid.
Miracles Do Happen
I'm not even sure what to say about this story, but Monique van der Vorst, who competed in the Paralympics, is now hoping to compete in the Olympics after a crash reversed her paralysis. (Thanks to Dave Kerka, of Hudson, Ohio, for the tip.)
Sports Video Of The Day
It's nice to see the Rangers center Artem Anisimov get into the celebration game with this doozy that did not sit well with the Lightning last night.

Jimmy Kimmel Video Of The Day
Here is the latest installment of This Week in Unnecessary Censorship.

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