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Nick Young Shows off Handles and Drains Jumper Versus Spurs; Kobe Is Impressed

bleacherreport.com — Nick Young turned out to be the hero Friday night for the Los Angeles Lakers. His clutch three-pointer in overtime gave Los Angeles a 112-110 win over the San Antonio Spurs. That's not the only Swaggy P play that left Kobe Bryant impressed, however.

Best 'College GameDay' Signs from Army-Navy Game

bleacherreport.com — ESPN's College GameDay was live from Baltimore on Saturday for the Army-Navy game. As you would expect, fans brought plenty of hilarious signs in an attempt to trash talk the other team. These were the best of the bunch. Is this true @DryHuskerFrog?

Urban Meyer's Wife's Hair Catches on Fire While She Blows out Birthday Candles

bleacherreport.com — Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer is focused on Alabama and the Sugar Bowl. However, there are probably a few things that can take his attention away from football. Like, for example, his wife's hair catching on fire. During a celebratory birthday dinner Thursday night, Shelley Meyer got a bit too close to the candles on her cake.

Johnny Manziel's 'Money' Birthday Cake Cost $600

bleacherreport.com — Johnny Manziel was officially named a starter for the Cleveland Browns on Tuesday, but the celebration already began over the weekend. The rookie quarterback turned 22 on Saturday, and it looks like he pulled out all the stops...

Adam Wainwright Forgives Broncos' Julius Thomas for Ruining His Fantasy Playoffs

bleacherreport.com — It's that time of the year, folks. No, not the holidays. I'm talking about the fantasy football playoffs, where a single move can make the difference between winning and losing...

iPod Lawsuit Continues With Plaintiff's Status Still in Doubt

bits.blogs.nytimes.com — OAKLAND, Calif. - The lawyers fighting Apple in a class-action lawsuit involving iPods have managed to do a few remarkable things: They persuaded a judge to bring a decade-old lawsuit to trial here last week. And they even managed to drag the famous Steve Jobs into giving a videotaped testimony shortly before he died three years ago.

Oklahoma State's Tyreek Hill Returns Punt 92 Yards to Tie Game with Oklahoma

bleacherreport.com — Oklahoma seemed to have the Battle of Bedlam wrapped up. Up 35-28 with under a minute to play, the Sooners just needed to play sound punt coverage. After Oklahoma State was penalized for running into the kicker, the Cowboys were, fortunately, given another chance at a return.

Steve Jobs plays star 'witness' in Apple trial

Videotaped Deposition of Steve Jobs Played in iPod Trial

bits.blogs.nytimes.com — OAKLAND, Calif. - About six months before his death, Steven P. Jobs, the late chief executive of Apple, gave a videotaped deposition in an antitrust case that has just this week finally wound its way into a federal courtroom. In the video played Friday afternoon, Mr. Jobs, wearing his usual black turtleneck, looked frail and spoke in a soft voice.

Former NBA Player Eddy Curry Is a Giant in the Philippines

bleacherreport.com — Former NBA player Eddy Curry hasn't played professionally since 2012, but he was able to get some work in while preparing for a Ball Up Streetballers exhibition game in the Philippines...
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Dec 17, 2014

RT @nicoleperlroth: "The incident is likely to be remembered as a failure of Hollywood leadership." #Sony Cancels The Interview mobile.nytimes.com/2014/12/18/bus…

Dec 17, 2014

RT @profmikecarrier: I tell @bxchen iPod verdict not surprise but flabbergasting that both plaintiffs (out of 8 million!) disqualified. nyti.ms/1yYaZZ4

Dec 16, 2014

Jury has decided Apple's iTunes updates were genuine product improvements. Apple wins.

Dec 16, 2014

T-Mobile just announced rollover data. "What you don't use you won't lose." Interesting move.

Dec 15, 2014

Posted earlier on @nytimesbits: The decade-old class-action lawsuit involving iPods is finally in the hands of a jury bits.blogs.nytimes.com/2014/12/15/law…

Dec 15, 2014

Apple's Eddy Cue and Phil Schiller are sitting here in the courtroom, perhaps to keep an eye on closing arguments by plaintiff lawyers.

Dec 15, 2014

Judge says absolutely zero evidence of an Amazon+Apple collusion, won't allow the argument in this courtroom. She is visibly angry.

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