Good Morning: 12. 21.12


The T-Wolves ended the Thunder’s 12-game winning streak, which was the longest standing streak in the league.

The Heat beat the breaks off the Mavericks at home.

Jabari Parker committed to Duke.

Steve Nash had no setbacks in his first full contact practice since breaking his leg earlier in the season.

BYU won the Poinsettia Bowl against San Diego State.

Christmas came a bit early for the Houston Texans’ offensive linemen.

Y’all heard about the Olympic escort? Three-time Olympic distance runner Suzy Favor Hamilton admitted she turned tricks for $600 an hour in cities all over the country while living a double life. Her husband tried to stop her, but couldn’t. Homegirl cites depression as the reason for her erratic, or rather, erotic behavior.

Kevin Love told his former UCLA teammate Russell Westbrook to go somewhere else with that soft a** putback.

The lead detective in Shabazz Muhammad’s eligibility probe was fired by the NCAA.



Lil Wayne will return home to host the GQ Super Bowl party. Then he’s supposed to tour through out Europe in March.

Big K.R.I.T. has this video for Rich Dad Poor Dad.


Here’s a sneak peek into Real Husbands of Hollywood, Kevin Hart’s mix between comedy and reality.




Not even the Mayans really believe the world is coming to an end today.

Instagram decided not to take photos uploaded by users and use them for advertising without their permission. Good move, Instagram.

Don’t miss the NRA press conference today. It’s the first time leadership from the most powerful gun lobby speaks to the issue of gun control since the school shooting that happened a week ago in Newtown, Connecticut.

Parents in Louisiana and Texas aren’t apprehensive about keeping guns in the house, not even a little bit.

IntercontinentalExchange will pay $7.8 billion for NYSE Euronext, which will create a trans-Atlantic giant in stocks, derivatives and commodities trading.



So apparently the last week of talks about progress on avoiding the fiscal cliff was just talk. Speaker John Boehner had a fallback plan that failed to pass successfully through the House. This collapse means that when the members of Congress return to work, they will have less than five full days to find a way around the cliff. Time is running out on this.


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