This man knows no boundaries. Poor Eva was just trying to show that she still cared for the man she once called her soulmate, only for Dickie V to emerge from the ashes with a full-fledged blow on her self-esteem.
Here are the new Adidas tournament jerseys, and they are awful.
Nothing out of the ordinary on the top half. I would go as far as to say the upper half of the jerseys look pretty nice. Then comes the shorts, which look like they were washed with bleach five times over.
The only valid reason for any team that agrees to wear these things would be that they hope to hypnotize the other team, as that can be the only purpose that the shorts serve.
Canadian superstar high school basketball player Andrew Wiggins has been regarded by some as the Canadian Jordan, and is basically a lock to be the first overall pick in the 2014 NBA Draft.
Sports Illustrated writer Pete Thamel wrote a degrading article relating to Wiggins and his Canadian roots, and here’s what Rob Fulford, Wiggins’ coach, had to say about his reaction and following performance.
“He was 100 percent pissed at the SI article degrading former players from Canada, his family and him personally. I told him earlier today that people would want to see how he responded to his first taste of negative reporting. I challenged him to get 50 and told his teammates he was going for 50. He had 57 and was upset that I took him out before he got to 60. Point proven.”
Wiggins finished the game 24-28 from the field along with 13 rebounds and 4 blocks to go with the 57 points. Florida State and Kentucky are the reported favorites to land his services in college.
Last night marked an important opportunity for Florida State Seminoles basketball, as the top recruit from the class of 2013 was on campus for the team’s matchup against rival Florida.
Basketball hardly had anything to do with the internet being whipped up in a frenzy over Wiggins’ visit, however, as a medley of lovely FSU coeds ensured that potentially the biggest recruit in the school’s history enjoyed himself.
Many pictures surfaced online of the women of Florida State wooing Wiggins with signs and clothing that accentuated every warm-blooded male’s interest, so naturally one would make the assumption that Wiggins was given the opportunity to indulge himself in more than just conversation.
Why did these girls go all out? They were instructed to do so by various fraternities within the school. According to Laney Center, an FSU coed herself, “Fraternities have been telling us ‘Now is our time.’”
She would go on to say that “Everyone has been telling girls here it’s time to put out for the best recruit in the nation.”
Other instances of recruits getting an overwhelming amount of attention from the opposite sex have been noted before, but nothing like this. Kentucky has a high standard to live up to when Wiggins comes to town.