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  1. NBATNT Party at Rain

    Feb 18, 2007, 4:14 PM EDT

    The atmosphere was much more David Stern than Dwayne Wade.  It felt like an after work party you go to where everyone is kind of laid back and enjoying the food and booze but not really letting loose.  As far as crazy Vegas parties go, Rain didn’t really have that kind of vibe to it,…

  2. Stadium seats do not consider people like Manute Bol

    Feb 18, 2007, 3:47 PM EDT

    One of the more exciting sightings of the Saturday night festivities was Manute Bol.  He can barely fit in his seat.  Poor guy.  Manute was also at the Palms after party. And a guy who can hit home runs.

  3. Round 2: The Battle of Meech

    Feb 18, 2007, 3:35 PM EDT

    Thanks to those of you who voted for us in that blog tournament at BustedCoverage. The 14th seeded Cinderella, The 700 Level, toppled the 3 seed Leitch darling 100% Injury Rate. Up next? Bugs & Cranks. It’s the Battle of Meech, the I-talian Stallion, the Beast from the Northeast, who writes for both sites. We’re…

  4. Allen Iverson talks Sixers.

    Feb 18, 2007, 7:38 AM EDT

    Exactly one year ago tomorrow, the 76ers traded the best basketballer under 6 feet to ever don a Philly uniform.  Even though almost 12 full months have passed, Iverson still has an opinion of the newer, Iguodala-led squad.  From the Rocky Mountain News: "If I was still in Philadelphia, I don’t think they would be…

  5. It’s Mathematical: Eagles Eliminated From Playoff Contention

    Feb 18, 2007, 12:12 AM EDT

    You know when you’re rooting for the Bears to win to keep your team in the playoff hunt, you’re in trouble. The Vikings, a surprising team with Brad Childress at the helm and some random fan Brooks Bollinger under center, beat the Bears on Monday Night Football, and finally put the Birds out of their…

  6. Vote or Die!

    Feb 17, 2007, 11:24 PM EDT

    A blog is having a blog march madness tournament! In December! We don’t really know what it all means, but we’re a #14 seed and are losing by a rather large margin.  Go to this website that you’ve never heard of and vote for us.  I guess? I mean: DO IT!

  7. Roy Williams Suspended for Roy Williams-ing McNabb

    Feb 17, 2007, 8:13 PM EDT

    Via Cowboys Corner: Cowboys safety Roy Williams has been suspended for Saturday’s game at Carolina for his third illegal horse collar tackle this season, the NFL announced Monday. Williams will be suspended without pay for one game. He was flagged for a horse collar penalty after pulling down Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb in Sunday’s loss.…

  8. Shaq vs. LeBron Dance Off

    Feb 17, 2007, 7:10 PM EDT

    Both the East and West teams held practice on Saturday at Mandalay Bay as part of the NBA Jam Session experience.  The West’s practice was rather boring and uneventful, but the East squad did not disappoint.  Led by the usual suspects in Shaquille O’Neal and Gilbert Arenas, the East’s practice was highly entertaining. With practice…

  9. Reggie Bush Can Shoot The Rock

    Feb 17, 2007, 12:37 PM EDT

    The Celebrity game at Jam Session on Friday was a tremendous display of basketball ineptitude, except of course for Reggie Bush.  It’s not surprising really that a guy who can do it all on football field can do a little bit on the hardwood as well.  Behind the back dribbling and a sweet touch from…

  10. Reggie Brown makes a donation to the Salvation Army

    Feb 17, 2007, 10:30 AM EDT

    Wideout Reggie Brown made his annual donation to the Salvation Army yesterday during the 2nd quarter of the Iggles dismantling of Dallas:

  11. Big Jon Helped Westbrook Get Down

    Feb 17, 2007, 9:30 AM EDT

    Much praise was given to Brian Westbrook last night, and deservedly so, for going down at the one yard line.  Turns out, Jon Runyan influenced the decision.  Nicely done, big guy.  From the DN: “I just want to help this team win — and I got a stern talking-to by Jon Runyan right before that…

  12. Bill Walton Takes a Stroll on the Strip

    Feb 17, 2007, 6:45 AM EDT

    In the span of about 15 minutes, after leaving Elton John’s Red Piano concert at Caesar’s, we bumped into Dr. J. with Bill Russell, Bill Lambier, and the drunkest of the bunch, Bill Walton.  The Doc and Russell were leaving the Elton John show outside of Caesar’s Coliseum just minding their business.  Noteworthy: the acquaintances…