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Illinois representative Luis Gutierrez knows the secrets to arguing about important, real-life things on the Internet -- sarcasm, topicality and, if possible, Justin Bieber-related photoshops.
Indiana Pacers center and Parks and Rec guest star Roy Hibbert joined free agent Jeremy Lin on Jimmy Kimmel Live the other night for a segment called Skype Scavenger Hunt, and the whole thing (included after the jump) was fantastic, because Hibbert and Lin have great personalities and Kimmel has a strange way of bringing out the best in people.
Last week I introduced you to <a href="http://withleather.uproxx.com/2012/05/my-new-obsession-learn-english-conversation-with-carol" target="_blank">Learn English Conversation With Carol</a>, the web series from batsh*t Taiwanese cartoon magnate <a href="http://withleather.uproxx.com/tag/taiwanese-animation" target="_blank">Next Media Animation</a>, wherein a Taiwanese lady named Carol teaches viewers conversational English phrases and terms (like "Bandwagon" or "he's got a good head on his shoulders") with the help of Jeremy Lin.
Are you an international With Leather reader looking to learn a little English so you can have colloquial conversations with the locals about basketball.
I took a couple weeks off from doing these here ROFLMNBAO posts for two reasons: 1) because the last two weeks of the season were soooooo boring and B) I forgot.
Welcome to a new weekly feature that we’ll be running in which we make a bunch of predictions about the upcoming week in sports.
A shortened NBA season didn't stop jerseys from flying off the racks.
Serbian tennis star Novak Djokovic and Argentine footballer Lionel Messi are among the sports stars named on Time magazine's <a href="http://www.time.com/time/specials/packages/0,28757,2111975,00.html" target="_blank">"The 100 Most Influential People In The World"</a> for 2012, listed alongside such world-shapers as Burmese President U Thein Sein, public health statistician Hans Rosling and the red-haired lady who isn't Emma Stone from The Help.
This strikes me as a pretty appropriate With Leather story to come out of WrestleMania weekend.
The sports world is abuzz with the news that a Magic-Johnson fronted group broke the dang old bank in order to purchase the Dodgers for over $2 billion, which is a figure so absurd that it may as well be written like a comic strip character says cuss words.
As we head into the 4th quarter of the NBA season, the Chicago Bulls are the first and only team to have clinched a playoff spot so far, which wouldn’t seem like much of an accomplishment, except that Derrick Rose has missed 17 games this season.
Are you an NBA fan who hates watching his favorite player play basketball, but loves reading what he has to say about his day-to-day minutia and hashtag causes on the Internet.
Daphne Joy Usher Signs On To Play Boxing Legend Sugar Ray Leonard In New Movie [TLF] Questlove’s 33 Reasons Why Prince Is Hip-Hop [OKP] Delonte West And Lamar Odom Take A Trip To The Zoo [ESPN] Jeremy Lin Gets His Own Strain Of Weed [...].
Apparently people were surprised on Wednesday when New York Knicks coach Mike D’Antoni suddenly resigned, but something was obviously going to happen.
Things are not going very well for the New York Knicks, as last night’s 104-99 loss to the Chicago Bulls extended their losing streak to 6 games and dropped them 6 games below.
If it weren’t for the fact that the national sports media is like a small child, enamored with shiny objects, somebody might actually take a second to point out that the New York Knicks and “Linsanity” have reversed course with a 3-game losing streak to drop to 3 games below.
With the NBA trade deadline just 7 days away, all of the media's focus is on the big market teams and their needs, which begs the question - which chump teams are gonna get fleeced.