LeBron James goes after Mario Chalmers; Emily Ratajkowski is today’s Fox-y Lady
LeBron James almost killed Mario Chalmers last night. OK, that might be a slight exaggeration, but at one point, it certainly looked like LeBron was going to do something to Chalmers when things got heated during a timeout in Miami’s 97-94 win against Indiana. James quickly apologized to Chalmers and then diffused the situation afterward on Twitter, of course.
In that same Miami-Indiana game, Paul George pulled off a marvelous acting job.
Washington guard Glen Rice had to undergo wrist surgery on Tuesday after aggravating the injury while celebrating the Wizards’ win over the Knicks on Monday. Then, this happened to coach Randy Wittman last night.
— Newsday Sports (@NewsdaySports) December 19, 2013
When Knicks center Andrea Bargnani heaved up a shot instead of trying to run out the clock while New York up two on the Bucks last night, the Knicks bench went nuts. The best reaction, though, came from the dude on the left in the black shirt and khaki pants. (Thanks to @HPBasketball for the GIF.)
Samuel L. Jackson, Tobey Maguire and Arcade Fire join Zach Galifianakis on this holiday edition of the hysterical web show. (Warning: Video contains strong language.)
Here’s a look at the year in celebrity news using the Billy Joel classic, "We Didn’t Start the Fire."
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* This photo of 5-foot-8 Oregon guard Johnathan Loyd guarding 7-foot-6 UC Irvine center Mamadou Ndiaye is one of the best of the year.
* Rays third baseman Evan Longoria interviewed the cast of "Anchorman 2."
* If you’d like to buy the shoe that Tony Allen wore when he kicked Chris Paul in the face last month, you’re in luck.
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