1. The Future Of Cards

Card collectors, welcome to the future. Upper Deck's newest line of basketball cards aren't really cards at all. Instead, they are miniature booklets, and feature a video screen inside that plays highlights of whichever player is represented on the front.

2. Duncan's Double Whammy

Nobody likes to get dunked on, nor does anybody like to get hit in the face with a basketball. Chris Anderson was forced to experience both, courtesy of a vintage-looking Tim Duncan.

3. One-Hand Wonder

Florida High Seminoles swingman Landus Anderson is averaging more than 19 points and 8 rebounds a game and is one of the top high school players in Florida -- and he does it all with one hand. Anderson has a medical condition known as Erb's Palsy, a paralysis that has left him with a withered right arm and no control of the fingers on his right hand.

5. Knicks Plus Rodman

Amare Stoudemire tweeted this photo of him, some Knicks buddies and Dennis Rodman hanging out on March 3. You have the right to be confused -- even Stoudemire wondered what Rodman was doing there.

1. The Clipping Of Clipper Darrell

When the Clippers traded for Chris Paul this offseason, the NBA's most dysfunctional team final had a bright future. Naysayers still said owner Donald Sterling could find a way to put his franchise in chaos. He did.

3. Cavs Sack Rush

Believe it or not, Rush Limbaugh did something outrageous. This time, however, Dan Gilbert, Quicken Loans, and the Cleveland Cavaliers are punishing him. Maybe they are just storing sponsorship money for Gary the Numbers Guy?

5. LeBron's Purse

LeBron James holding a small handbag. You make the caption.

2. Want To Practice Some NFL Combine Drills?

This girl will show you how it's done. Seems like every time I do a High Five, I find a new child who becomes my hero. At least for this week, the title belongs to this awesome girl, who also seems to have a lot more balance and dexterity than I do.

3. Top 50 Most-Jacked NBA Players

Yes, there's a list addressing this very urgent topic. Perusin' through this Top 50 List (with pictures) will make you a) shout out "HOW ON EARTH IS SERGE IBAKA NOT NO. 1, THERE'S NO HOPE FOR ME" and b) make you flex in front of the mirror sadly and consider going to the gym immediately.

4. TSwift-Bow?

Attention World: There is a chance that Tim Tebow and Taylor Swift might be dating. And in case you're wondering what a conversation between two overwhelmingly nice but not very exciting people looks like, fear not: someone has already imagined it. Also, I'm really hoping this whole thing is true because if they break up I'm just trying to imagine what sad song she can write about him that would portray him in a negative light. "You said you loved me/but then you had to leave me/because you had to help build houses for underprivileged children/in the Philippines."

5. Lin In New York, Circa 2010

So Jeremy Lin walked through Times Square back in 2010 for a rookie transition program and no one really cared about him and there is video of it. Imagine being that red-plaid-shirt guy now? "I MET JEREMY! I WAS A LITTLE SKEPTICAL THAT HE ACTUALLY PLAYED BASKETBALL WHEN HE TOLD ME HE WAS ON THE WARRIORS BACK IN 2010, AND THEN I SHOOK HIS HAND. I AM THE FIRST MEMBER OF THE LIN DYNASTY!" And remember, you guys: Obama knew about him back then.

1. On The Market

I hear now is the perfect time to invest in the housing market, and Michael Jordan is giving you the perfect opportunity. Now the owner of the Charlotte Bobcats, Jordan is looking to part ways with his $29 million Chicago home.

2. The Masked Avenger

For all of you who have wondered what the Kobe face would look like under a plastic mask, the time has finally come to find out. I have to be honest, I don't really think the masked look is working for him.

3. Obama One Of The First On Lin Bandwagon

As if Obama hadn't already cemented his legacy as the most hip Sports-Fan-in-Chief, he now is letting everyone know that he knew about Jeremy Lin before everyone. The president saw Lin in his Harvard days after Secretary of Education, and former Crimson captain, Arne Duncan told Obama to look out for the point guard.

4. Goodbye, Clipper Darrell

Now that the Clippers have CP3, Blake, and more hope than ever before in franchise history, the organization is letting go of some of its sad past, forcing Clipper Darrell to stop using the team's name. Darrell was given a season ticket by the organization, and has been offered a green and white suit by Milwaukee's Andrew Bogut if he decides to relocate.

5. The Urine Guy Speaks


As if there hasn't already been enough talk about Ryan Braun's urine, the man responsible for handling the test sample has finally spoken.
If there is one surprising detail from his statement, it's that there is no FedEx around Miller Park open on Sundays.

2. D-League Dunkers Delight

The NBA's slam dunk contest was so widely considered a disappointment this year that some have even has suggested a hiatus. The D-League dunk contest, however, showed that instead of a few years off, dunkers need to simply reduce the use of props and neon tape and go back to the basics -- astounding us with their athleticism.

4. Owens' IFL Debut

When zero NFL teams offered Terrell Owens a contract before this past season, many thought the 38-year-old wide receiver's football career had come to an end. Owens put those thoughts to rest in his IFL debut, with three catches -- all for touchdowns -- and 53 yards.

5. Weber Wins, Goes Crazy

Pete Weber, 49, needed a strike in the 10th frame to win the U.S. Open for a record fifth time. He nailed the strike, and then proceeded to act like a crazy person.

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