Just in time for Christmas.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
Left: American Travis Stevens kicks Germany's Ole Bischof right in the knockwurst during during their preliminary judo match.
I have to give it up for Neko Zhang here (not to be confused with Neko Case, mind you): her message is effective.
Yao Ming is continuing his rehab from YAAAAAAAAAAAAA.
The Houston Rockets started to look like a dangerous playoff team when they won 12 straight games since All-Star center Yao Ming missed his first game all season.
Every now and again, I like to place the With Leather spotlight on athletes who aren't drunk driving or screwing hookers or organizing dogfighting syndicates or punching strippers or fathering children out of wedlock or assaulting or stabbing people.
This image (which may or may not be doctored slightly since <a href="http://thesportshernia.typepad.com/blog/2007/04/yao_ming_gives_.html" target="_blank">The Sports Hernia</a> found it) makes the Rockets' <a href="http://sports.espn.go.com/nba/boxscore?gameId=270423010" target="_blank">Game 2 win</a> last night over the Jazz even more impressive.
This is easily the <a href="http://mediatakeout.com/Exclusives/Nia_Yao.html" target="_blank">greatest thing I've seen all day</a> (and when I say that, you know I mean business, because I have a mirrored ceiling above my bed so I can wake up to me every day).