Fan Of A Fan: J. Cole And Dale Earnhardt Jr. Cover ESPN The Magazine’s ‘Music Issue’

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The '2014 Forrest Hills Drive' rapper gets some cover love alongside the NASCAR driver.


Keith Olbermann (And Everyone Else In The World) Thinks Lance Armstrong Should Shut The Hell Up

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Keith Olbermann's latest rant is simply a plea we can all agree with: "Lance Armstrong, you should shut the hell up immediately and forever."


Shocking: Andrew Wiggins Says He’s Going Pro

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Rock chalk, Jayhawk, but only for one year for Wiggins.

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LeBron James Still Yearns For Michael Jordan’s Approval

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Words by Bansky In the newest issue of ESPN The Magazine, Chris Broussard sat down with LeBron James and conducted an interview that was more two guys shooting the sh*t about basketball than the typical mundane cliche filled LeBron piece.


Ronda Rousey's New ESPN The Magazine Cover Is Okay, I Guess

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UFC Women’s Champion Ronda Rousey graces the cover of ESPN the Magazine for the second time in her already storied career as a professional ass-kicker, this time as part of the Worldwide Network’s publication’s celebration of 15 years as a magazine.

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ESPN Made A Music Issue So Ryan Lochte Could Ruin Nirvana’s ‘Nevermind’

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As news leaked yesterday that ESPN had produced a music issue of the network’s magazine that will hit stands on Friday, the spectrum of reaction ran from “Oh God why.

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Of Course Marvel And ESPN Gave LeBron James A Comic Book Called ‘King Of The Rings’

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When I first read that ESPN the Magazine had teamed up with Marvel to create a one-time, limited edition comic book for LeBron James, I rolled my eyes and groaned.


Ronda Rousey Doesn't Like The Way That Kim Kardashian Became Famous

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For anyone who doesn’t follow Strikeforce or Olympic judo, Ronda Rousey would have been an unfamiliar name until she recently appeared in the ESPN Body Issue.


ESPN The Body Issue 2012: Warning, Do Not Approach Naked Ronda Rousey

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Photos from the latest ESPN The Magazine Body Issue have landed, and in this year's issue we get to see Strikeforce Women's Bantamweight Champion Ronda Rousey in nothing but pink gloves.


More Of Sebastian Janikowski Than You Were Ever Planning To See

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I understand that ESPN The Magazine's The Body Issue looks to highlight the human body at its athletic peak, but I see no reason why Oakland Raiders placekicker Sebastian Janikowski couldn't have kicked footballs with his shirt on.


They Took Our Jobs

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Steve Jobs, one of the most important people in our modern world, has died.


ESPN’s NSFW-ish Body Issue: Naked Gymnastics And Awkward Nude Dunking

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ESPN The Magazine has released a batch of photos from the 2011 installment of their annual "The Body Issue", and while full-on nudity isn't something we can really share with you at With Leather, we can't see a picture of Blake Griffin dunking with his pants down and not share it with you.


The Terrific Adventures Of White Sammy Sosa

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Forgive the grainy nature of the photo -- it's courtesy of TMZ, so I'm lucky there isn't a huge T over Sammy Sosa's face.


The Terrific Adventures Of White Michael Vick

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Yesterday, the above image was published by ESPN for the article, “What if Michael Vick Were White?” which appears in the Sept.

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The News Just Gets Worse For Canada

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ESPN the Magazine, or Highlights for sports fans as I like to call it, has finally released its highly-anticipated 9th-annual Ultimate Standings.


Tommy Hilfiger, ESPN Take On Uniforms

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Back in December, I hit a point that I was spending more time on sports rumor web sites than I was on Facebook or Twitter, which is a considerable concern mind you, and it was all due to the Albert Pujols contract talks.


Marvel Re-imagines the NBA for ESPN

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Comic books and sports have had a relationship for years, in which readers of one were shoved into lockers and given swirlies by the participants of the other.



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We can say what we want (and we usually do) about Jason Whitlock, but no one can say he doesn't have a sense of humor about himself.

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