Tuesday, June 18, 2024

‘Taj Gibson dunk’ surpasses ‘sex’ and ‘Lindsay Lohan’ as world’s top Google search term

After his pair of thunderous dunks during the Bulls' 103-82 thrashing of the Heat Sunday night "Taj Gibson dunk" is currently the world's leading search term, surpassing "sex" and other hot phrases.

University of Miami campus police to vacate arrests from 2002-2010

The University of Miami police, a perennial Top 25 campus police force according to the Associated Police and the Harris Policeman Polls, was rocked by the news that it must vacate all of its arrests between 2002 to 2010.

‘Good effort, good job’ kid already most hated child in America

As the few diehards left the American Airlines Arena after their team’s game 5 loss to the Celtics, one encouraging young fan shouted the words that may forever go down in infamy: “Good effort. Good job.”

’72 Dolphins will recognize Blackhawks’ undefeated start minus any wins over Columbus

"We love what the Blackhawks are doing," said former running back Larry Csonka, who is a spokesman for the only Super Bowl-era team to finish a full season undefeated. "We will recognize their accomplishment with one rule--we are not going to count any more games against Columbus."

LeBron finally earns college degree

Fulfilling a promise he made to his mother while a senior at St. Vincent-St. Mary High School in Akron, Ohio, NBA all-star LeBron James has earned a college degree.

Marlins fan falls asleep while diving for home run ball

After a home run off the bat of Justin Ruggiano flew halfway into the second deck, Florida resident Andy Kelley reached most of the length of two full seats to intercept the ball as it bounced by, but fell asleep in the middle of the effort.

David Stern ‘pulling out all the stops’ to make sure the Pacers don’t win...

"When David gets back into a corner, he goes into what we call 'straight gangster mode,'" said one high-ranking NBA official. "We've all heard about how he rigged the 2002 Lakers-Kings series, but that's just the tip of it."