These former high school teammates went to different schools across the country from one another, search but still found a way to bond in the off-season: robbery. Just pulls at your heart strings, doesn’t it?
The judge originally handed David Paisley, 43, a suspended sentence after he plead guilty to arranging online to meet a 14-year-old girl for sex. Unfortunately for Paisley, that carried with it a stipulation that he not be around children and, a couple months back, he was caught in a public park having lunch. Now he goes to jail for 10 years.
Not really sure what this fan said, but the Minnesota Timberwolves’ Michael Beasley didn’t care for it at this charity game and let him know. FACED! This NBA lockout could be interesting!
Once again, we think we’ve seen the worst soccer “fake injury” video and then along come something new. We like the way they slow down and reverse this video to clearly show this guy in the red was kicked in the chest, NOT the face as he claims.
Just what professional baseball needs right now: another scandal involving one of its high profile stars. This time we have Alex Rodriguiz of the Yankees allegedly–according to Star Magazine–playing in an illegal poker game where cocaine was opening used a one loser started a fight.
There must not be much to do in Ames, Iowa because a mother is accused of attacking her daughter’s softball coach over playing time. What’s a gentleman to do? Hit her back of course. Throw in a feisty sister who assaults the coach’s wife and you have a trio of glorious mugshots. The bandage on the mom’s head just makes it all the more precious.
Would it surprise anyone that this happened in a game involving girls under the age of 10?
We keep saying we have found video of the worst soccer fake injury ever, and then some dumbass comes along and proves us wrong . . . again. The only name we can see with this video is “Peter Wisgerhof” so we’re going to assume that’s him in the red, grabbing his knee after an opposing player comes within five feet of his leg. No, seriously, it’s not even close….
I’m not expert on the massive bible of regulations known as the NCAA Bylaws, but it certainly appears that Duke’s long time basketball coach may have crossed the line when he offered 2012 recruit Alex Poythress a scholarship over the phone. The real question is: if it is a violation, will the NCAA have the balls to actually enforce their rules against a big name coach of a hallowed program?