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Now that the Horse has been dead for years.

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More evidence that Joe never should have blown up the 2004 Pistons. Good teams stay good and tanking rarely works.

Drunken moose gang menaces Stockholm resident

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Get ready for the season of drunken moose. As ripe fruit falls from the trees and ferments on the ground, it is time for some of Sweden’s most majestic wild animals to act in a most un-regal manner. One home owner east of Stockholm, the capital, has already been confronted by a mob of boozed-up moose. The five animals, feasting on rotten windfalls, "were threatening" and refused to let him into his garden. "Sensibly enough the (moose) left the scene when police arrived," writes Albin Näverberg on Stockholm police’s website. To prevent further moose booze-binges the home owner, who lives in Värmdö, east of Stockholm, was advised to remove the apples from his yard. "The (moose) will have to get drunk somewhere else," writes Näverberg.

I'm a pretty big deal

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The 266th follower is the best follower.

The Next LAIMBEER?

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Statistical and Synergy Analysis from Hickory-High says that Jorts is not just a fringe NBA bench big. Did Joe D snag another diamond in the rough? Will Cheeks give him a chance to shine? "Whichever way you slice it, Harrellson’s fringe player label is inaccurate for someone of his proficiency. Detroit now possesses what is likely a diamond in the rough, found on the outskirts of professional basketball. Now it’s up to the Pistons to give Jorts a chance, and for the big man to show he belongs."

Luckiest Man Alive

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Dude, seriously? His girl let their wedding be like that? Totally awesome sauce.

Drummond got his rendevous with Jennette McCurdy

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And apparently commemorated it with using a super old super crappy camera.

#IsiahLive on Tuesday night

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Bored with the offseason? Re-live one of the greatest NBA Finals performances of all time. From Turner Sports:

"NBA TV analyst and Hall of Famer Isiah Thomas (@iamisiahthomas) will live tweet during a re-air of the 1988 NBA Finals, Game 6, on Tuesday, Aug. 27, starting at 8 p.m. ET. In the memorable showdown between the Detroit Pistons and Los Angeles Lakers, Thomas scored 43 points, including a Finals record with 25 points in the third quarter (despite badly spraining his ankle midway through the period). Despite Thomas’ effort, the Lakers went on to win the contest 103-102 to force a Game 7. During the NBA TV telecast, Thomas will tweet about his memories from the game and chat directly with fans. To join the conversation, fans are encouraged to follow @NBATV and use the hashtag #Isiahlive."