LeBron James took to social media to show off one of the spoils of his success. The reward? There are too many to count, but this particular time it was to highlight a sweet, sweet pair of sneaks that is a product of his tenth signature shoe with Nike.
After an incredible rookie season, Cam Newton is beyond frustrated at the 1-5 record of his Carolina Panthers. He didn’t even have words to express his frustration after his team’s latest loss to the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday.
Did you tune in to the ESPYs on Wednesday night? If not, don't you worry. It doesn't sound like many other people did, either. The awards show suffered its lowest ratings since 1995.
Evidently, only just under 2 million of us--1.94 million, to be exact-- bothered to tune in to the glitz and glam of the sports world. These numbers are down 24% from the show's viewership last year, when 2.61 million people tuned in.
Photo courtesy of NESN
Clearly the Kentucky Derby was the place to be this weekend to be seen in loud attire.
Behold the southern horse race fashion stylings of Aaron Rodgers. I don't love the color of the jacket at all, but he steered clear of a hat so I feel like I should give him some credit. I can't give him a full on fashion defense, and it's not quite an offense.
Sports Illustrated asked its audience to help select the best dressed player in the NBA from a choice of 5 basketball stars via their Facebook page. I liked the question, but simply filling in a circle didn't capture all that I want to say. You can't limit me to a bubble, SI.com. I must speak!
The nominees, as selected by SI.com are:
The past few days have presented you with clues. Clues as to who The Sports Muse is rooting for in this year's Super Bowl. There were subtexts. Embedded messages. Secret codes. Did you see them?
Green Bay Packers outside linebacker Clay Matthews sure cleans up nicely. He goes from this on the field:
Seriously. What is he doing in these pictures?
To this off of it:
Jay Wright, head coach of Villanova University's men's basketball team, is the essence of the word "debonair." If you've ever seen him, this fact is nothing new. According to Wright's Wikipedia profile, he has been named to GQ Magazine's "Fashionable Four" on several occasions.
Football talk on Women's Wear Daily--not a pairing you'd expect to see. However, I stumbled upon a little gem on the Mensweek section of WWD that did exactly that. They featured a "Rating the Quarterbacks" piece, ranking the top ten quarterbacks in the NFL based on a variety of factors. Level of play counted for less than half of the overall score. How fun!