In theaters May 2 but streaming now on Video On Demand for your viewing pleasure is Bad Johnson, a movie that stars Cam Gigandet as a man whose penis magically comes off his body and turns into a walking, talking, real, honest-to-goodness human man. (Feel free to allow a moment for your head to fall off your body from over-shaking.) Read more...
SAN ANTONIO — The chances are extremely slim that the Los Angeles Lakers repeat history from 1979 and '82, when they had the No. 1 overall draft pick and took perhaps the best point guard ever (Magic Johnson) and perhaps the most underrated...Show More Summary
Steve Nash knows a thing or two about playing the point guard position. A ccording to Lakers.com's Mike Trudell, the two-time MVP recently offered his opinion on the best ever to play it. "I think Magic Johnson has to be the greatest point guard. Show More Summary
The motif of the "magical nanny" is turned on its head before the credits roll in Hateship Loveship, written by Mark Jude Poirier, based on a short story by Alice Munro, and directed by Liza Johnson. The story begins in Plainfield, Iowa,...Show More Summary
For many professional athletes, the winning doesn’t stop once they leave sports. From George Foreman’s popular grills to Magic Johnson’s chain of movie theaters, professional athletes are making moves beyond the boxing ring, court and field.
“Hello, Brooklyn!” -- the fifth seed. No, it’s not a lock. But the Nets moved closer to that No. 5 spot and a Game 1 on the road in either Chicago or Toronto for the opening round after Wednesday’s 115–111 loss to the Magic.
In her debut collection of short stories, Scheer explores the deeper parts of the female psyche with her special brand of animalistic magical realism. Review by Tiffany Turpin Johnson Bookshots: Pumping new life into the corpse of the book review Title: Incendiary Girls: Stories Who wrote it: These are dark stories, to varying degrees. Show More Summary
Say what you want about the spending spree by Stan Kasten, Magic Johnson and Ned Colletti over the last year-and-a-half, but they've done wonders for the Los Angeles Dodgers farm system. What used to be a tank set on empty is now running...Show More Summary
Dodgers owner Magic Johnson said he supported Manager Don Mattingly's decision to bench Yasiel Puig after the outfielder showed up late for Friday's home opener. Johnson also said he understood the occasional slip from the 23-year-old Puig and said the issues surrounding him should not harm the team.
Kobe Bryant’s legacy might take an interesting turn during the Los Angeles Lakers’ rebuild. He has long been in the discussion for greatest Laker of all time with Magic Johnson and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. Abdul-Jabbar is perhaps the greatest...Show More Summary
Kobe isn’t always an open book, but if one thing’s for certain, it seems as if he’s done with wanting to play for Mike D’Antoni. And don’t get Magic Johnson started on D’Antoni. Perhaps there are two competing styles or personalities at play here. It has been widely speculated that the Lakers will let D’Antoni […]
Toronto Raptors forward Landry Fields earned Dunk of the Night honors by dropping the hammer emphatically on Orlando Magic big man Kyle O'Quinn. After using an Amir Johnson screen to shake free from Victor Oladipo, Fields turned the corner and exploded for a big-time finish. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
A sports fail on "Jeopardy" is trending this week because a contestant mistook Magic Johnson for a hockey player and because host Alex Trebek reacted like any proud Canadian would."Oh no," Trebek said after the contestant named Joe said,...Show More Summary
Miguel Cabrera and Mike Trout have become the Larry Bird and Magic Johnson of modern baseball debate and conversation. Nary will analyst utter one without the other. In light of Miguel Cabrera's record-breaking contract extension, an obvious question emerges: What about Mike Trout? No, not about Trout's contract status. Show More Summary
Yesterday, we brought you the story of poor Joe, a Jeopardy! contestant who had a brief brain fart and posed the question, “Who is Magic Johnson?” to a question about the NHL. Well, Joe wasn’t as poor as we thought. It turns out that Joe, despite this hilarious mistake, went on to win that episode from last week, despite his deficit to Diane, before losing on Monday.
Everyone has, at one time or another, been in Joe’s shoes. You know, the moment when someone asks you an easy sports trivia question and you utterly, completely whiff on it. Maybe you’re too eager to answer because you knew that you knew after about 10 nanoseconds. Or maybe you think you’re the Grand Exalted […]
Even though it didn't elicit the same level of condescension from host Alex Trebek, this is just as bad as the Roger Clemens fiasco from a few months ago. At least those wrong answers were in the right sport. Read more...
It was on this day in 1979 that Michigan State would play Indiana State for the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship. Michigan would defeat Indiana 75-64, lead by point guard Magic Johnson, who was also named the tournament’s Most Outstanding Player. To this day, the 1979 championship game is still the highest-rated college basketball game in […]
Chalk it up to what you will—religious undercurrents, cultural traditions or perhaps something more primal—we prefer our heroes in threes. Larry Bird, Magic Johnson and Michael Jordan. Gordie Howe, Bobby Orr and Wayne Gretzky. Babe Ruth,...Show More Summary
So it’s come to this: Magic Johnson, all 6’ 9” of him, has been reduced to a talking potato chip. Yesterday morning, I was watching ESPN’s wrap-up of the weekend’s college basketball tournament, where Kentucky had edged previously undefeated Wichita State. Show More Summary