LeBron James is a great world leader; Kate Nicola Watson is Fox-y

Can LeBron bring world peace, or at least in Cleveland?

LeBron James comes in at No. 31 on Forbes’ list of the 50 greatest world leaders. Former NBA player Yao Ming is actually ranked ahead of James at No. 26. Maybe one day both guys can catch up to Taylor Swift, who ranks sixth.

There are only two important things to note about Kentucky destroying West Virginia in the Sweet 16 Thursday night. No. 1, Ashley Judd was super enthusiastic.

And No. 2, the Twitter mentions of the Mountaineers’ Daxter Miles, who did a ridiculous bit of trash-talking before the game, were highly amusing after his team got drubbed 78-39.

Rob Gronkowski is still shirtless and twerking.

Remember this awesome Bruins fan? He now has his own Upper Deck trading card.

Indians veteran Mike Aviles taught rookie shortstop Jose Ramirez a lesson Thursday about parking protocol by putting his car on the field.

While One Direction fans are in mourning over one of the members leaving the group earlier this week, sports fans are very aware of how traumatic breakups can be. Here are some of the most painful in sports history.

Alonzo Mourning says the infamous "Who wants to sex Mutombo?" story is 100-percent true.

FOX Sports 1 and WFAN host Mike Francesa broke out of his comfort zone for a little while on Thursday to talk WrestleMania/WWE and it was outstanding.

Model Kate Nicola Watson gets today’s Fox-y Lady honors.

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