Sports Roundup: Steelers Linebacker Pukes On Field; Pistorius Sentenced to 5 Years; Paul George Shooting Jump Shots
Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Lawrence Timmons vomited on the field during ABC’s live telecast of Monday Night Football. Surprisingly he wasn’t quarantined for Ebola-like symptoms. Of course I’m kidding — but the Ebola hysteria gripping the nation’s media is vomit inducing. By the way, the Steelers beat the Houston Texans by the score of 30-23. Graphic by SBNation.com.
Prior to the Cleveland Cavaliers’ only loss of the preseason (to the Mavericks on Friday), a bench player did something to raise the hackles of angry white men everywhere.
Pop singer Ciara Harris went shopping with her baby son, Future Jr., and her father at The Grove in Hollywood, CA. Ciara has a good relationship with her father, who provides a good father figure for her son.
NBA star Paul George‘s fractured leg was a blessing in disguise. His forced hiatus from the Indiana Pacers gave him more time to spend with his baby daughter, Olivia.
From a press release:
“ATLANTA, GA —– The Atlanta Hawks and Grammy Award-winning superstar and Atlanta native Tip “T.I.” Harris have teamed up to make Opening Night versus the Indiana Pacers on Saturday, Nov. 1st the hottest ticket in town. The celebration will start as soon as fans enter the doors and fans will have good reason to come early.”
Miami Heat center Chris Bosh still hasn’t gotten over former teammate LeBron James departing his team for the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Miami Heat superstar LeBron James finally listed his oceanfront Miami mansion for $17 million. That’s quite a price hike for the 6 bedroom, 8.5 bath crib. James paid $9 million for his former castle in 2010.
In July, James announced he was returning to the Cleveland Cavaliers who drafted him as the first overall pick in 2003.