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Timeout: Your Weekly Sports Round-Up (Week 13)

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Timeout: Your Weekly Sports Round-Up (Week 13)
The beginning of April is that odd period where games are starting to get more serious with the playoffs looming, but not serious enough where each game has potential ramifications. So before things become deftly intense, here are last week’s lighthearted headlines that are sure to make you smile, or at least raise an Anthony Davis eyebrow.

Timeout: Your Weekly Sports Round-Up (Week 13)



April 1st, 2012 – Though Iron Mike’s punching power may have somewhat rusted through the years; there have been no signs that his popularity and significance as a sports icon will ever diminish. Already inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame in 2001, Mike was inducted into another hall this past Sunday… the WWE Hall of Fame. Read More

Timeout: Your Weekly Sports Round-Up (Week 13)



March 31st, 2012 – Admittedly, sometimes I flip the channel when the hockey highlights appear because they lack variety. Without the full scope of the game, how many tipped shots and one-timers can you watch? I guess I can understand why the league allows big hits and fights (ha). But yesterday, Tampa Bay’s Ryan Malone did a move that caught my attention. Maybe And1 should have gotten into manufacturing skates. Read More

Timeout: Your Weekly Sports Round-Up (Week 13)

Timeout: Your Weekly Sports Round-Up (Week 13)
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March 29th, 2012 – Charles Barkley is man with a great sense of humour. His wit, comedic timing, and entertaining back and forth with Kenny the Jet always grabbed the attention of his audience. For all these reasons and more, Weight Watchers tapped Sir Charles as the spokesperson for their next commercial. Sorry, I meant Miss Charles. Read More

Timeout: Your Weekly Sports Round-Up (Week 13)



March 28th, 2012 – Down 5-1 to the Philadelphia Flyers, and with their playoff hopes dwindling by the second, the Maple Leaf faithful decided to turn their attention to a new hope, chanting “Let’s Go Blue Jays”. Just remember Blue Jay fans, every team is undefeated when the season begins, because everyone is 0-0. I better not hear a“Let’s Go Raptors” chant next September. Read More

Timeout: Your Weekly Sports Round-Up (Week 13)



March 28th, 2012 – The Final Four may have been decided this weekend, but for those who didn’t make the cut, the NIT tournament still gives teams the opportunity to close their season on a high note. Ray Lewis, NFL linebacker and all around intimidator, visited the Stanford locker room to give a motivational speech before the team’s semi-final game. Having had fear put in their hearts, and afraid of being eaten alive by a man size Raven, Stanford promptly won the game and made it to the finals. Read More

Timeout: Your Weekly Sports Round-Up (Week 13)



March 24th, 2012 – It’s always hard having a father as a coach. How are you supposed to simultaneously provide the harsh criticism AND unconditional love that a son who is an athlete expects? When I was a kid all my dad had to do was stare at me the wrong way to throw me off my game and subsequently, make me flip out. For Bernard Tomic, this happened at approximately the 1:40 mark of this video, albeit in a much quieter battle of wills. Stop crying like a baby, Bernard. Read More
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