Oh the Linsanity. Point guard Jeremy Lin was all the rage in the sports world for several weeks in March. His remarkable play propelled the New York Knicks to a winning streak that had the entire sports world take notice. Now, Lin is being compensated for his play, agreeing to sign an offer sheet from the Houston Rockets worth...
The Houston Astros surprised the experts on Monday night, selecting 17-year-old shortstop Carlos Correa, from the Puerto Rico Baseball Academy, with the first pick in the Major League Baseball 2012 First-Year Draft.
Former New England Patriots running back-turned-commentator Craig James failed in his bid for the Texas Senate seat vacated by Kay Bailey Hutchison. In fact, James wasn’t even close in the race that left him a distant fourth place in the GOP primary.
Road trips can often get boring. So what do you do when you run out of options to keep you occupied? If you are the boys from Harvard’s baseball team, you put on a Carly Rae Jepsen’s pop hit ‘Call Me Maybe’ and lip-synch to it while the camera’s rolling.
It’s been a series of best selling teen novels and a much anticipated movie release, and now ‘The Hunger Games’ has achieved legendary status because it has been spoofed and spoofed and spoofed again on the Web. And, this seems like a trend that isn’t going to stop any time soon.
Ben & Jerry’s recently pulled the fortune cookies from their Taste The Lin-Sanity frozen yogurt because some people were offended that fortune cookies would be used to celebrate an Asian-American. However, we wouldn’t be surprised if what’s actually bothering Jeremy Lin is the eBay seller who has been hawking his college-era boxer briefs on the auction site for $1,000.
Jeremy Lin and the ‘Linsanity’ that he created amongst fans with his nerd-chic Cinderella story has officially crossed over into the world of musical theater. While breaking into song may not be the best way to tell your peers that you are a future basketball star, his incredible dance moves speak volumes.
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