Sunday, April 20, 2014
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Sixers loss among history's worst

- For the second time in two nights, and therefore the second time in human history, an NBA team lost by 40+ points. That team.... was your Philadelphia 76ers.

Sixers loss among history's worst

"Don´t look, Michael. Just... don´t look." (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)
"Don't look, Michael. Just... don't look." (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)

- For the second time in two nights, and therefore the second time in human history, an NBA team lost by 40+ points. That team.... was your Philadelphia 76ers.

- The New Orleans Pelicans came back from a season of unsolicited notes on their level of terror their mascot created, and they have an answer - surgery!

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- Also, the Pelicans now play in the Smoothie King Arena, a name so unintimidating, they might actually be making Pierre the Pelican even MORE terrifying via surgery in order to balance things out.

- If Pittsburgh Pirates minor leaguers are to be believed, than Tracy McGrady is on his way to a legendary pitching career. The Sugar Land Skeeters are in the business of making dreams come true. Maybe you should tryout too.

- Well, we lost to Canada in snowboarding. I mean, I guess that's to be expected. I guess that's how they get from moose to moose up there.

- And later, when the soccer player learned that scoring goals was a good thing, the sport just made a lot more sense.

- Spectacular timinng in the sports world for former Phillies prospect Jarred Cosart to tweet something like this.

- In other news, Bob Costas' recovery from pink eye is, um. Ongoing.

- You know what cures the pink eye, don'tcha? Why, a little Russian courage, I do believe. Down the hatch, Costas.

- What if you had an NFL jersey. And what if you couldn't ever... take it off? Josh Gordon of the Browns is literally going to find out.

Justin Klugh Sports Producer
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