1. Number Swap
Vikings punter Chris Kluwe is willing to give up No. 5 to Donovan McNabb, but only if McNabb mentions Tripping Icarus, Kluwe's band, in at least five press conferences. Maybe McNabb should just pull a Kobe and change his number.
2. JD And The Straight Shot
Knicks owner James Dolan's band, JD and the Straight Shot, opened up for Aretha Franklin at Jones Beach. He introduced himself as JD the Killer and sang a song called "Fix The Knicks" in which he rhymed "promise" with "Isiah Thomas." Knicks fans, this is your owner.
3. I'm On A Horse
Despite a plea from one of his Twitter followers, Isaiah Mustafa, the former NFL player turned Old Spice guy isn't giving ending the NBA lockout top priority. Apparently he has other things to get to first.
4. Millionaires' Misfortune
The Wisconsin government has released a list of their top 100 delinquent taxpayers, and the list is topped by Latrell Sprewell, with Anthony Mason at No. 3. It seems like an oxymoron, but why do some millionaires have so much trouble with money.
During a match between Brazil's Santos and Flamengo clubs, Neymar da Silva Santos Júnior scored an impressive goal that could only be overshadowed by his nifty footwork and dribbling. The best part? The announcer treats us to a classic, "GOAAAAALLLLLLLLL!!!!!!!!"
'Trick Shot Titus' Strikes Again