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Posts Tagged ‘John Kruk’

Chad Ochocinco Leads All NFL Players On Klout

Klout, the social media analytics company that determines if you’re cool or not in cyberspace, has released their list of the Top 10 NFL Players with Klout.

No surprise that Chad Ochocinco tops this list. He’s been known more for his Twitter antics than his play on the field the last couple of seasons.

The real shocker? Braylon Edwards.

For the record, my Klout score as of this post clocks in at 59.

 

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MJ, Bird, Magic Land On NBA 2K12 Cover

 

2K Sports has upped the ante for 2K12, landing not only Michael Jordan on the cover for a second consecutive year but Magic Johnson and Larry Bird as well.

“Michael Jordan for us last year was a huge success from a fan standpoint and an in-game standpoint,” Jason Argent, vice president of marketing for 2K Sports, told ESPN.com. “But in 2K Sports fashion, we continue to improve, we continue to evolve, and this year we’re taking it up a notch by having three covers of the game.

With Bird and Johnson on the cover, does this mean the two superstars will get the MJ treatment in NBA 2K12? Read more

NBA Referee Sues AP Reporter Over Tweet

NBA referee Bill Spooner filed a lawsuit on Monday against Associated Press reporter Jon Krawczynski for a tweet made on Jan. 24 when Minnesota hosted the Houston Rockets.

During the second quarter of the Timberwolves-Rockets game, Spooner called a foul on Anthony Tolliver of Minnesota. Timberwolves head coach Kurt Rambis was upset about the call and asked Spooner how he would get those points back.

Shortly after, Krawczynski tweeted, “Ref Bill Spooner told Rambis he’d “get it back” after a bad call. Then he made an even worse call on Rockets. That’s NBA officiating folks.”

Spooner, 54, is seeking in excess of $75,000 for “defamation per se to his professional and business reputation, a declaratory judgment that the Twitter publication constitutes defamation and an injunction requiring the removal of defamatory statements from the Defendants’ Internet postings.” Read more

Boston College Wins the 59th Beanpot

Boston College prevailed in the final of the 2011 Beanpot, defeating upstart Northwesterneastern 7-6 in overtime. It’s the 16th championship and third in the last four years for the nation’s No. 1 team.

You have to feel for Northeastern and their fans: “A: We are Northeastern Q: Why can’t we have any nice things?”