Chris Bosh has gone from that funny guy who made the All-Star commercial and did interviews for Jay Leno to be perceived as a soft and apathetic player for the Miami Heatles.
Acting seems to be Bosh’s off-court thing. He went on Entourage last year when he was still rocking the predator dreads. In the latest episode of Law & Order: SVU, Carmelo Anthony joins him for a cameo, although the context is a little bit skewed.
Black Sports Online has the rundown in case you’re wondering if the awkward awards presentation below had any relation to the plot. Watch the video after the jump.
Erin Andrews made her way to Los Angeles for an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live after ESPN’s College Gameday witnessed LSU’s evisceration of West Virginia in Morgantown.
Rather than go to Goodwill, Andrews decided to rid herself of the Mountaineer coonskin cap in her possession by presenting it to Kimmel in a nice pink box. Not sure that Gameday needed any more promoting, but putting Erin Andrews on TV never hurt anyone. Check out parts one and two of the interview after the jump.
Charlie Sheen got roasted on Comedy Central last night, in the same time slot that Ashton Kutcher was operating in his new role on Two and a Half Men.
Mike Tyson was one of the roasters, and held his temper in check as the comedians took shots at him. When the credits were rolling, however, things got violent. Not maliciously, of course, but rather by the idiocy of Jackass star Steve-O.
Steve-O took a running start before jumping into Iron Mike’s stationary, outstretched fist, and came away with a self-proclaimed broken nose, bleeding profusely. I’m sure he’s felt worse. Watch the video after the jump.
‘Survivor’ contestant and Lingerie Football League player Mikayla Wingle comes on the podcast to talk about the show and her future in the LFL.
The show debuts on September 14, this Wednesday, and is officially titled Survivor: South Pacific. Mikayla can’t reveal anything that happened during the show, but she did discuss her preparation and strategy for the show.
She also compared the strenuousness of both Survivor and the LFL, so which one was harder? I guess you’ll have to listen to find out.
Rapper Joe Budden has started a column for Complex.com picking NFL games each week. The column is entitled “Trust Me, I Know My Sh*t,” so I take it he knows his “stuff.”
He’ll be picking the four biggest games each week and, personally, I prefer his analysis to that of Peter King. He either likes extinct teams or supports Canada, which, either way, may be a losing cause.
Check out his picks and analysis and maybe if this gets enough attention he can take Cris Collinsworth’s spot in the booth besides Al Michaels.
Yes, that is a lot of name-dropping. Justin Bieber and Ludacris have a big showdown in Atlanta today, apparently, which has been dubbed Team Bieber vs. Team Luda.
I assume this means Nash is on Team Bieber, which is acceptable since they are both Canadian. Northerners have to stay together, eh?
Bieber showed in the celebrity game during NBA All-Star weekend that he’s a solid basketball player, and he looks pretty good in this clip as well. Obviously Nash isn’t playing lockdown D, but Bieber finishes quite nicely. Of course Selena Gomez makes a close up appearance at the end of the video cheering on the pop star.
UFC ring girl and avid and vivid artist Brittney Palmer is the guest on this episode of The Sporting Rave Podcast.
Although her fame has developed during her years in MMA, she is talented in other areas outside of competitive sports. I would call her aspiring, but she is past the point of aspiration. Brittney has produced many paintings that are available for your viewing and/or purchase on her official website.
She is currently attending art school in Los Angeles, and is also an active surfer and skateboarder. She was actually in a skateboarding accident prior to her appearance on the podcast, so I would like to thank her for her perseverance. Classic rock is also a big interest of hers.
Listen to episode seventeen of The Sporting Rave Podcast below.