Dodgers pitcher Zack Greinke has a broken collarbone after shoulder-boxing with Padres outfielder Carlos Quentin. Out of all the dissecting from this, everyone wants to place the blame somewhere and be outraged about Quentin charging the mound unnecessarily.

But no one wants to call these guys out for starting a fight with their shoulders.

How is there minimal outrage on two grown men (who use their hands for a living) fighting without their hands? Of the several dozen fights I've seen in my life, not including friendly but competitive slap-boxing in the street, I've never seen folks go at each other and not throw up their hands. It's a shameful sight. 

It's not that Greinke "deserved" to get his collarbone broken. But some advice, man: put ya hands up the next time a guy calls himself fighting you with a shoulder lean. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Eddie Jordan could be the next man up for the Rutgers coaching job. 

 

 

Texas guard Myck Kabongo is declaring for the NBA Draft - which makes sense, because playing college basketball at (or in) Texas isn't to going suck any less in his final two years of eligibility. 

 

 

An Arsenal fan who threw a banana at Tottenham's Gareth Bale during a March 3 match was hit with a three-year ban.  

The Daily Show went in on the NCAA

 

North Carolina A&T was on lockdown after reports of a man carrying a rifle near a classroom building. 

McDonald's had to apologize for a mental health parody ad

Business was down on Wall Street Friday after record levels in the previous session. 

Two longtime physicians in Montana could face jail time for physician assisted suicide

 

 

 

 

LL Cool J tried to clarify the comparison of "du-rags for red flags" in "Accidental Racist" by analogizing the Trayvon Martin killing, and in the context of it being a case of mistaken identity. Unfortunately for LL, everything he seems to be defending quite ironically comes off as accidentally racist.

How'd you even get mixed into this foolishness, LL? You deserve better, fam.

Here's Lil Wayne and Meek Mill on "I'm Good." 

 

Also take the time to reflect on the contribution Ralph Wiley made to this profession. The man is an inspiration for what we do here at TSL and we thank him. Happy Born Day, Mr. Wiley.