Kids These Days of the Day

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News of Steve Nash's trade to the Los Angeles Lakers didn't sit well with this 4-year-old Suns fan. She was reduced to tears upon hearing the news of him leaving the desert. But Nash, one of the NBA's most fan-friendly and revered ambassadors, re-tweeted the video on Saturday in an attempt to rectify the situation as best he can.

[cosbysweaters]

Trademark of the Day

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Trademark of the Day
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Kentucky basketball phenom Anthony Davis, likely to be snapped up by the New Orleans Hornets with the No. 1 pick in Thursday's NBA Draft, has trademarked his famous unibrow -- he now owns the rights to the phrases "Fear The Brow" and "Raise The Brow."

"I don't want anyone to try to grow a unibrow because of me and then try to make money off of it," Davis explains. "Me and my family decided to trademark it because it's very unique."

[shortformblog]

Say What Now of the Day

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NBA commissioner David Stern was a guest on today's Jim Rome Show, where the exchange turned ugly when the host questioned whether the league's draft lottery was fixed.

Stern turned on Rome -- "Have you stopped beating your wife yet?" -- thereby cementing his jackass reputation for all eternity. Because the draft is fixed, along with everything else in the NBA.

[deadspin]

Basketball Blooper of the Day

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In the first game of the playoffs between the Utah Jazz and the San Antonio Spurs and there's already something worth putting up on a blooper reel! Manu Ginobili drove down the court and missed a wide open dunk, thus earning his place in being the butt of many jokes for days to come.

[cosbysweaters]

So This Also Happened of the Day

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So This Also Happened of the Day: In New Orleans filming Dog Fight, Will Ferrell took a break to announce the starting lineups at tonight's Bulls-Hornets matchup.

Hornets above, Bulls below:

[popwatch.]