NBA Commissioner David Stern gave a surprising response to sports radio host Jim Rome's question about the NBA Draft lottery being rigged Wednesday.

When Rome, who acknowledged it was a conspiracy theory from the get-go, asked if the fix was in for New Orleans to get the #1 pick, Stern replied:

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When MTV's Diem Brown beat ovarian cancer at 23, she paid the price of having one ovary, several lymph nodes and part of her fallopian tube removed.

She didn't let that stop her from venturing to Australia to participate in the Real World / Road Rules Challenge one month later ... but now it's returned.

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According to a letter sent this week to Lance Armstrong, the seven-time Tour de France champion is facing new charges from the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency that threaten to strip him of those titles.

The 15-page document, obtained by The Washington Post, says the USDA took blood samples from Armstrong in 2009 and 2010 that were tested and proved to be “fully consistent with blood ma­nipu­la­tion including EPO use and/or blood transfusions.”

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Forget "Maybe." You may now call Carly Rae Jepsen Queen of the Music World.

That's because the 26-year old Canadian, signed by Justin Bieber to his label just a few short months ago, has officially hit number-one on the Billboard 100, with "Call Me Maybe" overtaking Gotye's "Somebody That You Used To Know" atop the rankings.

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The U.S. soccer team is facing considerable backlash for snubbing American troops in Guatemala Monday, but claims it was all a misunderstanding.

Team America flew in for a World Cup qualifying match, where troops gathered on the tarmac and cheer them on to victory in Central America.

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