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Fashion Offense: LeBron James

I am not fully awake and therefore may not be seeing this correctly. However, I could swear that I just saw LeBron James giving a post game interview wearing a backpack. Really? A grown man? A GIANT grown man, in fact? With a backpack on while sitting in front of a microphone? Noo.

Doing "The Carlton" in the Endzone Makes You My Favorite Player

I finally had a chance to take a look at the Detroit Lions' Alphonso Smith doing the best touchdown celebration dance in the history of American football. That's right, ladies and gentlemen--he did The Carlton. And by doing so has danced his way to my heart. It's just that easy.

Moving Right Along

On Sunday evening, the Phillies swept the Cincinatti Reds to win the National League Divisional Series. The series featured a no hitter from Roy Halladay in game 1, a win despite poor pitching by Roy Oswalt in game 2, and a strong showing by Cole Hamels in the 3rd game. It was clean up time--time to sweep the Reds. The win marked the first time a Phillies team won a series with a sweep of an opposing team in the postseason.

Come On, Baby Brees!

In what my husband termed as an unhealthy level of addiction to Twitter, Drew Brees turned to the social medium for suggestions for a name for his soon to be born baby.

(Courtesy of espn.go.com/blog/sportscenter)

Things Just Got a Whole Lot Funner

I once swore to never like Roy Halladay, as his arrival to Philadelphia meant the departure of Cliff Lee. And I love me some Cliff Lee. It didn't help that Halladay was given the exact same number as Lee. That one still hurts my heart. I will never part with my "Lee 34" Phillies shirt. But with his consistently amazing performance and his likeable, humble attitude, Roy Halladay has won me over. I haven't said his name with a sneer for several months now. Halladay and Lee are both amazing pitchers.

The NFL Goes Pink

What's not to love about October? Crisp fall weather, I was born and pink is everywhere you look. What more could anyone ask for?

Number Five Alive

(via Sports Illustrated)

Infinity Sure Likes Athletes with High Voices

On the surface, they are good picks. Handsome, successful athletes. Who wouldn't want them to represent their products? These spokesmen are so well known and perfect--winners of world championships, they are--print ads aren't enough. These babies deserve the full-on star treatment: Their own commercials.

It' a Celebration!

With a win over the Nationals last night, the Philadelphia Phillies clinched the NL East title for the fourth year in a row. October baseball once again. It's a celebration, bitches.

(Getty Images)

(Photo by Mitchell Layton/Getty Images)

Anatomy of an NFL Player's Tweets

In the NFL and new to twitter? Not sure what you should tweet to your followers? Not to worry. After extensive study and research of the tweets of existing players on Twitter, I have created a guide about what to discuss with your fans:

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