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In a photo the San Antonio Spurs probably wish didn't leak, Tony Parker and Tim Duncan can be seen at a Halloween party with someone dressed as referee nemesis Joey Crawford.

They are holding their toy guns to “Crawford’s” head.

Tim Duncan and Tony Parker on Halloween

Given the Spurs' recent controversy - they were fined $250,000 for sitting Duncan, Parker and two other stars against the Heat Thursday - the timing is less than great.

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LeBron James enjoyed a ho-hum 2012, winning his first NBA title... his third MVP award... AND an Olympic Gold Medal.

No, it's safe to say the editors of the world's most famous sports magazine didn't exactly have a tough time coming up with the 2012 Sports Illustrated Sportsman of the Year.

Sports Illustratred Sportsman of the Year

"He was the most dominant athlete this year," Paul Fichtenbaum, Editor of Time Inc.'s Sports Group, said of LeBron. "The intangibles [James] brought to the court were significant in leading his teams to victory. He was a selfless player, doing whatever it took to will the Heat and Team USA, making all of his teammates better."

James is the first NBA star to land SI's top honor since his teammate, Dwayne Wade, did so in 2006.

He joins past Sportsman of the Year selections such as Brett Favre, Michael Phelps, Derek Jeter and Drew Brees.

But did he deserve it? Should LeBron have won Sportsman of the Year?


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NBC Sports' Bob Costas used his halftime segment during last night's Eagles-Cowboys game to advocate for gun control following the murder-suicide of Jovan Belcher.

The Kansas City Chiefs linebacker killed himself and girlfriend Kasandra Perkins, shocking the NFL world Saturday. Costas weighed in on the tragedy Sunday:

In a segment about 90 seconds long, Costas began by mocking the sports cliche about how "this really puts it all in perspective," then became even more pointed.

He paraphrased and quoted extensively from a piece by Fox Sports' Jason Whitlock:

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A day after the tragedy that took the lives of Jovan Belcher and Kasandra Perkins - in a murder/suicide committed by the former, a linebacker for the Kansas City Chiefs - new information has come out regarding this couple's relationship.

In a phone interview today, Angela Perkins, the victim's cousin, said Belcher and Kasandra had "been having a lot of problems" and "weren't getting along for quite a while."

They were reportedly arguing in the hour leading up to Belcher shooting his girlfriend multiple times.

Chiefs player

Angelia cited the couple's newborn daughter as a source of "strain" for the twosome, adding:

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Jovan Belcher, a linebacker for the Kansas City Chiefs, was at the center of a horrific tragedy this morning.

According to local authorities, Belcher, 25, shot and killed his on-again/off-again girlfriend (Kasandra Perkins, who gave birth to the couple's first child three months ago) in her home around 8 a.m. and then drove to the Arrowhead Stadium complex where the Chiefs play home games.

In front of team personnel (including GM Scott Piloi and Coach Romeo Crennel) who tried to calm him down in the parking lot, Belcher then shot himself in the head.

Chiefs player

Police spokesman Darin Snapp says authorities received a 911 call from the mother of Belcher's victim, alerting them to the incident at her daughter's residence.

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Massachusetts bodybuilder Moustafa Ismail, nicknamed the real-life Popeye, has the world's biggest arms - and he insists those things are all-natural.

As natural as anything bolstered by seven pounds of protein, nine pounds of carbohydrates and three gallons of water each day can be, at least.

Real-Life Popeye

Skeptics say there must also be steroids or some other artificial means behind Ismail's beyond-bulging biceps and triceps, which measure 31 inches around.

The Guinness World Records is waffling on whether to recognize him.

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Michael Jordan may have popularized baggy shorts in the NBA, but he was reportedly banned from an exclusive Miami Beach golf club for not putting them on.

His Airness refused to change out of his cargo pants and got the boot. Seriously.

Michael Jordan Golfing

Playing with a member at La Gorce Country Club, Jordan defied a dress code by wearing cargo (multi-pocketed pants) and denied requests to change out of them.

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Kris Humphries and Rajon Rondo did their best impressions of Gabriel Aubry and Olivier Martinez last night.

The New Jersey Nets power forward and Boston Celtics point guard got into a major brawl after Rondo shoved Humphries in retaliation for his hard foul on Kevin Garnett.

The fight then broke into the stands and both players were eventually ejected, with Kris Tweeting after the game: "Anyone know where I can get a quick Tetanus shot in Boston?"

He's just so hilarious, isn't he? How did you ever dump this man, Kim Kardashian?

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We all know Viagra can help men score.

But can that little blue pill make a difference when an NFL running back needs to cross the goal line in a very difference sense?

Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall made headlines today when he told reporters of a certain performance enhancing drug:

"I’ve heard of some crazy stories. I’ve heard guys using like Viagra, seriously. Because the blood is supposedly thin... some crazy stuff."


However, the company behind this magic medicine says any athlete popping its drug should be aware:

The pills "indicated solely for the treatment of erectile dysfunction (ED)," Pfizer tells TMZ, adding: "Pfizer has not examined the safety of Viagra in men without ED and does not promote or encourage the use of Viagra for any use but the treatment of ED."

Well, okay then. Perhaps if the players just relax and put a little less pressure on themselves, the yards will come easily on their own.

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A group of Dallas Cowboys fans are petitioning President Barack Obama to remove ineffective owner Jerry Jones, according to a hilariously true report.

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  • Jerry Jones Photo

The Dallas Morning News was the first to notice that a man from Ft. Benning, Ga., petitioned President Obama to remove Jones from power over the Cowboys.

The petition, housed on the White House website (as is the big Texas secession petition) and filed under the category of "Human Rights," urges the following:

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