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Ethan Strauss @SherwoodStrauss

For instance, I think Power is an awesome show. But Jeffrey Ferrara is in it so now I can't be pretentious about other people not getting it

Ethan Strauss @SherwoodStrauss

Don't get huffy and defensive about something involving Taylor Kitsch and Vince Vaughn. There are laws against that I think

'Kobe' goes 1-on-4

Yep, Brandon Armstrong is at it again. The NBA player impersonator debuted Kobe Bryant today on SportsNation. It's classic Mamba.

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Drake unveils new Raptors uniforms

Rapper Drake, the Raptors' global ambassador, revealed the team's new uniforms Monday night during the finale of his OVO Fest concert in Toronto. See the new unis

Swaggy P's arm for more than buckets

Last year, Swaggy P (Nick Young) took to Twitter to explain why his shooting arm remained tattoo-free, saying: "No tats on the right arm Strictly for buckets." Well, not anymore. Young has some new ink on his right arm. We found Tupac

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Nike inks Towns, Russell

Nike beat out the competition to sign the top two picks in this year's NBA draft, Karl-Anthony Towns and D'Angelo Russell.

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ICYMI: Jordan has ice water in his veins

Michael Jordan, the king in the clutch during his NBA career, drained another buzzer-beater to beat Jimmy Butler in a shooting contest at Jordan's camp. Yes, he's still got it.

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Jeremy Lin: Dota 2 'just like basketball'

The Hornets guard stopped by the International Dota 2 Championships today in Seattle and explained why he loves the game: "It's 5-on-5, you have 3 types of positions ... the higher level you go, it's all about teamwork."

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Harden, an expensive shoe salesman

According to ESPN's Darren Rovell, adidas has made a 13-year, $200M offer to James Harden, whose Nike deal recently expired. Nike has until the end of next week to match the deal. Adidas needs a splash

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LeBron still endorsement king

If James Harden ends up with a 13-year, $200 million deal from adidas, he'll move up this list. But for now, LeBron James still reigns supreme, according to Forbes.

Adidas trying to pry Harden from Nike

Darren Rovell says of Adidas' $200M bid for James Harden's next sneaker deal: "They have to put up an offer where they have to overpay."

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Clyde on Carmelo: 'Melo wasn't happy'

Knicks legend and announcer Walt "Clyde" Frazier told ESPN's Ian Begley that Carmelo Anthony wasn't happy with the Knicks' pick of Kristaps Porzingis: "Will he ask out, you know what I mean, if he sees that this is not happening? ... They are a few years away and Melo knows that his days are numbered, so stay tuned." Full Q&A