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Tyson Gay tests positive for banned substance


Tyson Gay has tested positive for a banned substance and has said he’ll pull out of next month’s world championships in Moscow.

Gay told the Associated Press he was notified by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency of the positive test late last week. He wouldn’t reveal the substance but said the positive test came from a May 16 out-of-competition test, the AP reported.

“I don’t have a sabotage story. I don’t have any lies. I don’t have anything to say to make this seem like it was a mistake or it was on USADA’s hands, someone playing games,” said Gay, who fought back sobs as he spoke to the AP. “I don’t have any of those stories. I basically put my trust in someone and I was let down.”

Gay, has gone out of his way to promote himself as an anti-drug athlete.


Kevin Garnett change jersey number to tribute fallen teammate


Kevin Garnett so far had two jersey numbers in his NBA career: 21 and 5.

The former was his first number and Malik Sealy’s college number. Sealy was Garnett’s teammate for one year and his close friend who sadly died on May 20th, 2000 when a drunk driver who was driving on the wrong side

of the road hit Sealy’s SUV when he was leaving Garnett’s birthday party. The guard was posting career season highs while appearing in a number of acting roles.

Garnett will pay tribute to his Sealy in Brooklyn for the Nets by donning No. 2—Sealy’s jersey.


Indians fan catches 4 foul balls in single game


One fan at Sunday’s game between the Cleveland Indians and Kansas City Royals at Progressive Field caught four foul balls, a once-in-several-lifetimes achievement.

Greg Van Niel, a season-ticket holder who wasn’t sitting in his usual seat, grabbed the four souvenirs during the Indians’ 6-4 win.

“Three of them were catches and one was a ball I picked up off the ground,” Van Niel told the team. “The third one I think was the hardest one – I think I ended up sprawled across a few rows, and I got some cheese on myself. But the other ones were just a matter of being in the right place at the right time.”

The odds are one in a thousand just to catch one foul ball at any give game.


Mike & Maurkice Pouncey wear free Aaron Hernandez hats

Bring Back Odin Lloyd

The Pouncey Brothers had a birthday celebration this weekend and the following photo was taken in which the brothers are seen wearing hats which say ‘Free Hernandez.’ In case you need a refresher the brothers attended Florida with Aaron Hernandez and now Mike Pouncey plays center for the Miami Dolphins and Maurkice Pouncey plays center for the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Phil Mickelson fail

Phil Mickelson proves that not everyone can be Happy Gilmore.

Boston Celtics takes out a full page ad thanking Kevin Garnett & Paul Pierce

Still Can't Believe Paul Isn't A Celtic

Now that the trade of Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett to the Brooklyn Nets is official, the Boston Celtics took out a full page ad in the Boston Globe to thank the two for their wonderful service.

Torii Hunter gives epic evasive interview after benches clear

“Where words are restrained, the eyes often talk a great deal.” — Samuel Richardson

Golf Course to offer Hovercraft golf carts

Want One

News has come about that the Windy Knoll Golf Club based in Springfield, Ohio will soon be renting out two Neoteric hovercraft golf carts inspired by Bubba Watson. Although I don’t golf, I would have to say that these extreme carts, for me would be a great excuse to get onto the course as these badboys look like a great time. Surely the golf transportation game is evolving.

According to the Golf Channel:

“We wanted to be able to offer something no other course could. A way to further put Windy Knoll Golf Club on the map of public destination golf courses. It was an easy decision. When we saw them on YouTube, we said ‘We gotta have those!’”


David Letterman talks ESPN ratings decline

David Letterman mocked ESPN’s second quarter ratings decline during the Top 10 segment on the “Late Show”  ESPN’s primetime viewership dropped 32 percent this quarter and has suffered the largest decline among all cable sports networks.