Good Morning: 11.28.12


James Harden's 24 points and career-high 12 assists carried the Rockets over the Raptors.


Ndamkong Suh says the Detroit Lions will win multiple Super Bowls. This dude…


Michael Vick is adding extra padding to his helmet to help prevent head injuries.


Indiana trounced UNC last night in a statement to the rest of the country. Of course, it's not how you start the college basketball season, but Cody Zeller and company look pretty damn good.


Kobe's 40 weren't enough to beat the Pacers yesterday, either. Good day for the home of hoops.


The ACC is expected to add Louisville to replace Maryland, adding even more to their ridiculous basketball conference. The Big East added Tulane and East Carolina. Why?


Apparently, Arkansas has an offer out to Les Miles. Delusional.


Zach Randolph attempts a field sobriety test in the Grizzlies' locker room.



A fascinating look back at LeBron James' career through PTI episodes.





Rev Run has dropped 22 pounds to reduce his risk of diabetes.


Bey and Blue Ivy.


Rihanna's seventh album is her first number one.


Wiz Khalifa got tired of waiting on delayed planes yesterday.



Birdman is setting the bar high.


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The House of Representatives announced their committee chairs yesterday. They are all white males. Let's not even act surprised.


A former Wyoming Senator hopes Grover Norquist – the misguided anti-tax activist – drowns in a bathtub.


US Senators met with Susan Rice yesterday, President Obama's likely nomination for Secretary of Defense, and left “disturbed,” setting up a showdown with Obama over the nomination.


An anti-Israeli group has hacked the UN and uncovered the names of 100 nuclear experts.


Does blackface hold racial connotations outside the US? Yes it does.


China does not realize The Onion isn't real. Bravo.


A judge has ruled that tobacco companies must pay for a campaign that details the lying and deception used to get people to buy cigarettes.



Mississippi has long been the furthest state behind societal norms, it seems, and it's always a shock to the system to find out just how far they are sometimes. This blog details the disgusting treatment of black children as young as ten in Meridian, Miss. who are put in jail without constitutional rights for offenses such as wearing the wrong colored socks to school.



We haven't been doing Fab's Soul Tapes justice.


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