In case you were out living a life of leisure, here's what you missed in sports over the weekend.
Phil Mickelson out-dueled Tiger Woods by 11 shots in the final round to win the Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. At the press conference, an angry Woods said that the only reason Mickelson beat him is that he was able to stabilize his putter by nestling it between his ample breasts.
The Yankees are in trade talks with the Pirates that may involve sending A.J. Burnett to Pittsburgh. It turns out the Yankees are on the lookout for a DH and a few young prospects, while the Pirates need someone who can belch redneck anthems and get arrested for cooking meth in a motel bathtub.
In case you were out living a life of leisure, here's what you missed in sports on Thursday.
In what may have been his last home game as a Colt, Reggie Wayne grabbed the game-winning touchdown reception in a stunning 19-16 win over the Texans. The Colts are now tied with the Vikings and Rams for the worst record in the NFL, ensuring that we'll probably have to hear the spiritually unsettling phrase "suck for Luck" over and over in the next two weeks until we suffer a mental breakdown.
In case you were out living a life of leisure, here's what you missed in sports on Wednesday.
Kobe Bryant sat out Wednesday night's preseason game against the Clippers with a torn wrist ligament. Funny timing for that kind of injury, considering that his wife filed for divorce less than a week ago. Folks, I'm just saying.
Chris Paul hadn’t even been allowed to put on pants when someone asked what a victory over the Lakers meant. "It’s not necessarily about [beating the Lakers]," Paul said. "It’s about us." The statement came as a crowd of reporters huddled around Paul’s corner locker following Monday night's 114-95 win.
In case you were out living a life of leisure, here's what you missed in sports on Monday.
The 49er defense picked off Ben Roethlisberger three times en route to an impressive 20-3 win over the Steelers. After each interception, Roethlisberger made the Niner defensive backs uncomfortable by approaching them with a goofy grin on his face, not seeming to recognize or accept that a turnover had taken place and insisting that the drive continue.
In case you were out living a life of leisure, here's what you missed in sports on Tuesday.
The new labor contract in Major League Baseball features several changes, including more replay, the possibility of divisional teams facing off in the first round of the playoffs, and a ban on players getting tattoos with corporate logos. Experts see this last clause as a way to ensure that Milton Bradley will never play in the league again.