Look, down in that courtside seat with all that bling! Is it a pimp? Is it a rapper? No, it's Justin Bieber! Fresh from his Calabasas crib, the Biebs decided to take his talents to South Beach and take in Game 7 of the NBA's Eastern Conference Finals. Not that it was a particularly exciting game, but he sure looks bored. Just what is a teenager with that much gold jewelry thinking...?
Dwight Howard was challenged to a free-throw battle for charity by LA Times columnist T.J. Simers. Not between Howard and Simers, who’s in his 60’s. It was between Howard and Simers’ DAUGHTER, Kelly Nielsen, middle-aged housewife and mother of three.
Cal-State Fullerton's Austin Kingsolver almost had his last name changed to Eunuchsolver. In the top of the seventh inning, Arizona State pitcher Josh McAlister let a pitch get away from him and it hit Kingsolver in a VERY sensitive area!
Mets or Yankees? You can pick one, but not both. Don't tell that to this four-year-old, though, because he wants to root for whoever's winning, even if that means switching teams in the middle of a game!
Just call this bird Neo. Hanging out on the track at the Monaco Grand Prix like a sitting duck, this pigeon barely misses getting clipped by a hard-charging F1 race car. Roll the super slow-mo camera and we see just how amazing the bird's reflexes are. It never even touches the ground. Top that, Keanu!
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