Obese female Thunder fan disgusted by touching Nets Kris Humphires (video)

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Maybe this obese OKC Thunder fan was worried about getting some Kim Kardashian germs from touching Brooklyn Nets forward Kris Humphries? He did have that “marriage” to her which lasted shorter than the NFL lockout. Of course, it doesn’t stop Kanye West from touching her.
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Link Bank 12-1-11: Adriana Lima, Kris Humphries Not Gay, Mindy McCready

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Brazilian supermodel and Victoria’s Secret angel Adriana Lima being married to former member of the Minnesota Timberwolves player Marko Jaric is the very definition of “out-kicking your coverage.” Just felt like pointing that out.

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-With the Victoria’s Secret fashion show Tuesday night, Adriana Lima is a hot topic this week. From People.com

there was Adriana Lima, 30, who obviously earned her place in the spotlight – she admitted to working tirelessly to get the figure she draped in lingerie Tuesday night. She said recently she works out twice a day in the run-up to the show, and said her exercise and diet plan is “intense,” though she also added, “After this show, I become normal again.”

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All-Time Big Ten Basketball Team: Magic, Isaiah and More

The ex-husband of Kim Kardashian, Kris Humphries, was successful at the University of Minnesota but his team struggled. The Gophers finished 12–18, with a 3–13 record in the Big Ten during Humphries’ lone season. The team had a .500 record before his arrival and finished with a 10–6 conference record in the season after he left.

Before “Humpdasian,” Kris was a great college basketball player however the Gophers did not win. With the start of college basket season quickly approaching, (and to quote Kim in her divorce statement) “after careful consideration,” our guest contributor West Lamy has decided Kris will not make the cut for his all-time Big Ten basketball team. Not that anyone ever actually thought he would even be in the conversation, but we figured since the whole world was obsessed with his divorce that we should give im a mention.

Here’s the conference’s all-time starting five.

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Kim Kardashian-Kris Humphries Getting Divorced. No Big Surprise!

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So a no-talent, famous-for-nothing, spoiled human being with no discernible purpose on this Earth (but a very discernible buttocks) had a marriage which a shelf life of just over two months?

SHOCKER!

Just 72 days after their $10 million wedding, Kim Kardashian plans to file for divorce from Kris Humphries on Monday, a source confirms to Us Weekly.

Your source for this breaking non-news? Ryan Seacrest.

“Yes @kimkardashian is filing for divorce this morning,” Seacrest tweeted. “I touched base with her, getting a statement in just a few minutes.”

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College Football 77 in 77: #68 Duke Blue Devils

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When it comes to Duke Blue Devils college football, there is no equivalent of: the Cameron Crazies, Krzyzewskiville, slapping the floor when you get back on defense, the Tobacco Road rivalry or the tradition of ACC championships.

To call this place a college basketball school is to say that Kim Kardashian has “a bit of a booty on her.” The football program is pretty much like any Kardashian not named Kim. Maybe that’s not fair entirely- Duke sports does have some talent within in it. Can’t say the same for any Kardashian.

But did you know?…Duke went to the 1994 Hall of Fame Bowl, and tied for the 1989 ACC Conference title, the final season that the big visor, Steve Spurrier was leading the program.

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NFL Mock Draft 4-8

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by Peter Christian

Hey did you hear? There’s a football game today, and for the first time in two weeks, it’s actually kind of important!

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Bold Super Bowl Predictions

By the TSB Staff

First off, you can see more Super Bowl predictions by licking here. whoops I meant to say clicking here. The Kim Kardashian photo threw me off. Basically two TSB contributors have mapped out every single thing that’s going to happen in this Super Bowl, and pretty much every comment that will be made by the announcers. And put it all together in a fun Super Bowl drinking game for your enjoyment. But I warn you now- avert your eyes from the Khloe Kardashian phot0, unless throwing up is your goal.

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Super Bowl XXXXIV Drinking Game

By: Peter Christian and David Kay

Is your team not playing in the Super Bowl but you still feel obliged to watch the game because it’s the Super Bowl?  Have no fear.  The Sports Bank has the cure for how to remain entertained during the game while also livening up your Super Bowl Party beyond the delicious taco dip your buddy’s wife made.  Read the following rules, go to the grocery store, stock up on booze, and enjoy.  Please do not drink and drive though.  And as a pre-cautionary measure; The Sports Bank will not be held responsible if you are actually insane enough to try this:
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Pierre Thomas is Just Plain Better than Reggie Bush

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By Paul M. Banks

Among Saints RBs, the un-drafted free agent is playing vastly superior to 2006’s #2 overall pick.

The New Orleans Saints offense has been RIDONKOLOUS this season, averaging a NFL best 40 points per game. The next closest team is the Indianapolis Colts and they’re a whopping ten points per game behind. The Saints offense is also naturally number one in yardage, and they rank 6th in passing. Drew Brees and his high powered air attack often come to mind first, but it’s actually the ground game where the Saints are truly heavenly: New Orleans is currently 3rd in rushing. And the backfield’s big star is the highly touted Heisman trophy winner with the flashy reality star girlfriend, right?

WRONG! It’s his “back-up,” the undrafted afterthought from the south suburbs of Chicago that no one thought would even make the team.
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Take a look at Pierre Thomas’s numbers this season: 56 carries, 314 yards, 5.6 yards per carry average, 3 TDs. Now take a look at Bush’s: 45 carries, 175 yards, 3.9 ypc, and 1 TD. Bush is listed as the starter, but Thomas is (deservedly) getting more work. Well, you might argue that Bush’s strength is pass-catching, but Thomas has him beat there too with a better yards per catch on both the season and in career averages.

Also, take a look at career rushing numbers. Thomas- 237, 1191, 13, 5.0 yards per attempt, Bush- 463, 1725, 15, 3.7. Since they’re running behind the exact same offensive line, I think we know who should truly be “starting”.

Is it any wonder Reggie Bush is much more known for his reality “star,” famous-for-doing-absolutely-nothing-of-value girlfriend Kim Kardashian than he is for his game?

Aside from having one good pass catching year (his rookie season of ’06), he’s done next to nothing in the NFL, but still has a $12 million a year contract. Because of those facts, you could say he’s been a bigger bust than…insert your own joke about his insipid celebutante significant other here. And perhaps motivation is the problem with Bush. He already has the money and the women, so maybe he doesn’t care about working hard to obtain anything else?

The journey from college to the NFL could not have been more different for NOLA’s two tailbacks. Bush came in with more hype than a summer event movie, and emerged from the nation’s most dominant program, USC. Although picked 2nd, he was expected to be #1 overall while Pierre Thomas went undrafted out of Illinois, a program which has been among the worst in all of FBS for most of this decade. Look no further than the 2008 Rose Bowl, where USC slaughtered Illinois 49-17, to figure out who had the pub working for them in their college days. In the interest of full disclosure, I should mention that Thomas attended the same alma mater as this author, and grew up pretty close to where I did. He prepped at Thornton Fractional South, a rival SICA Conference school in Lansing, IL. So I know his roots well. illinois_pierre_thomas_sm

And Thomas’ humble beginnings are probably a big part of his desire to succeed, and that drive is making him a much more productive player than the “can’t miss” prospect.  Thomas’ 5.6 ypc is 6th in the NFL, his former Illini teammate Rashard Mendenhall is 7th at 5.4. Very ironic; a program which has been the worst in the Big Ten much of this decade has produced two of the NFL’s top runners this season.

When the Saints take on Atlanta Monday night (Notice I did not use the “when the Saints march in” expression, I didn’t want to torture you by repeating one of the most shopworn phrases incessantly spewed by the laziest of journalist hacks) it will be Thomas, not Bush who sets the pace on offense.