<p><img src="https://www.pointsincase.com/files/u2/sidney-crosby-show.jpg" alt="How'd he get my physique?" width="275" height="403" /></p><p>(Got your attention? Good.)</p>
<div ><p >Washington Wizard guards Gilbert Arenas and Javaris Crittenton recently got into a small disagreement over Arenas owing Crittenton $25,000 in gambling debt, an argument that ended in the teammates <a href="http://deadspin.com/5438384/gilbert-arenas-and-teammate-in-gun-standoff-update?skyline=true&s=x">pulling fucking guns on each other in the Wizards locker room</a>.
All nations, with the possible exception of Switzerland, can lay claim to some retardedly dangerous activity. Here's a look at 4 of the most ridiculous ones.
If EA Sports continues making new football video games as hard as this one, you're gonna have to put your fingers through spring training.
ESPN used to be the champion of balanced sports coverage. Ahh, there's nothing sadder than watching an old competitor let himself go.
A rundown on TO hype, a new kind of halftime disaster, the potential for rioting, and a lop-sided victory already in the works.
They don't call it 'the big O' for nothing. That's right, it's all the excitement of the Olympics balled up into one tantalizing acrostic.
We won the war, we drive on the right side of the road, and we could care less about Victoria Beckham. Clearly, the U.S. is better than England.
Merry St. Louis Cardinal Christmas
Everybody dies, but the big question is when and how. Why not put your money where your top ten celebrity corpses lay?
>Nathan DeGraaf: Justin, I hope life is treating you well and all your friends and family are eating caviar and shitting gold (what can I say? I'm optimistic). I'll weigh in on the lat two games of the series in a minute, but first a little anecdote I'm sure you'll enjoy. <br />
World Cup My Balls, ESPN