Boston's Bad Boy
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Let's recap Kevin Garnett's weekend. On Friday, he was ejected after this cheap shot in which he hit the Suns' Channing Frye in the twig and berries. On Sunday, he took a Pau Gasol elbow to the head, which resulted in one of the biggest Band-Aids you'll ever see. And then after the game, a couple of NBA writers tweeted that a ballboy asked Garnett to sign a ball, and KG kept it classy by replying, "You've got a better chance of catching Bin Laden." Curiously, the NBA writers then deleted the tweet, which was useless because it spread like wildfire anyway.
Charlie Sheen's Least Favorite Day Of The YearThis Sunday isn't just Super Bowl Sunday. Oh, no. Feb. 6 is also Porn Sunday! Now, before you assume this is a free pass to visit YouPorn or something, think again. In fact, the mission of Porn Sunday is to get you to NOT watch porn. And part of the brigade to make you realize the harm porn can do are NFL players Jon Kitna, Matt Hasselbeck and Josh McCown. Now, obviously porn addiction isn't a joking matter. But when the group behind Porn Sunday puts out a video explaining its mission, and McCown says, "I would go home and I would sit there, and my laptop and I would have a conversation and I would battle with not even wanting to open it up not even wanting to check e-mails because I knew where it might lead me," it's hard not to chuckle.
When A Basket Isn't A BasketKansas State's Jamar Samuels threw down a dunk against Kansas on Saturday. Well, he threw it down, but then it came back up.
Sports Video Of The DayThis Kansas Jayhawks fan tells us something we already know, but it's still funny.
Postgame Interview Video Of The DayI'm not going to pretend to know anything about the X Games. All I can tell you is this guy Torstein Horgmo gave a double-entendre-laced interview over the weekend. (Thanks to Jason Kofroth, Wauwatosa, Wis., for the link.)