Good Morning: Louisville’s Kevin Ware Is Back Ballin’ Already

Louisville's Kevin Ware made a shocking return to the basketball court just 220 days after his gruesome leg injury took place on national television, scoring six point in the Cards' preseason win.


Packers coach Mike McCarthy says he'd trust Miami Dolphins coach Joe Philbin with his children, meaning this whole Dolphins story is now at an epic level of ridiculous and sad.


Tony Dorsett is among a few other former NFL players recently tested at UCLA for CTE to show signs of the incurable disease.


Dwight Howard attended UFC's Fight for the Troops, and said he'd fight UFC if the money was right.


Gerald Wallace sounds depressed in Boston.


Larry Sanders missed Milwaukee's last game after injuring his hand in a bar fight.


Brandon Marshall insists that Jay Cutler will start on Sunday against the Detroit Lions.


The Chicago Cubs are set to hire former MLB player and current Padres bench coach Rick Renteria as their new manager.


John Wall nailed five three's as the Washington Wizards handed the Philadelphia 76ers their first loss of the season.


The Indiana Pacers dropped the Chicago Bulls by 17 points, dominating at home against D-Rose and company. 


J Crossover strikes again.


Steph Curry did this before getting hurt against the Timberwolves, but Klay Thompson stepped up in his absence to ensure GSW's victory.





Curren$y hopped on Casey Veggies' "Life$tyle."


Eminem and Slaughterhouse hit up The Backroom.





The link between telecommunications and web companies and the CIA/NSA has widely been assumed to be mandated by the government; however, it is more like a bribe for AT&T, who have a contract set up with the CIA to supply them with overseas information.


The Atlantic describes how our surveillance state could swing elections, if it hasn't already.


The GOP is attempting to put the Tea Party back in the box by changing the way they select nominees.




Busta Rhymes is back, exchanging flows with Q-Tip.

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