Kate Upton On Cover Of Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition

Sports Illustrated magazine on Monday, a piece that really appears to be little more than a string with two red string bikini on the cover of Kate Upton model in its annual swimsuit issue unveiled.


M.J. Daly, senior editor for sports illustrated, “a symbol of sophistication and sexiness” magazine, Web and mobile devices like phones and tablet computers at some 70 million readers saw the issue in Upton.


In the year 17, Zambia, Seychelles, bikini models Australia, Panama and the United States of the Republic, in Florida in Apalachicola. Continue Reading…

Kate Upton is cover model of SI Swimsuit Issue

Kate Upton was revealed as cover model of the 2012Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue during a taping of CBS’ The Late Show with David Letterman in New York Monday night.

SI unveiled a billboard of Upton’s cover image across from Letterman’s Ed Sullivan Theater in Manhattan.
The 19-year old Upton and nine other models were scheduled to present the “Top Ten Reasons This Year’s Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue Is the Best One Ever” during last night show. Continue Reading…

Maria Menounos wears Giants bikini in Times Square after Patriots loss

Last seen at the Super Bowl Tebowing with the man himself, “Extra” correspondent Maria Menounos was back in New York on Monday, standing in the middle of Times Square donning a red and blue bikini.

The 33-year-old Massachusetts native stripped down to the bikini due to a lost Super Bowl wager on her New England Patriots. Menounos lost the bet to colleague A.J. Calloway, who picked his hometown New York Giants. Continue Reading…

St-Pierre ‘Praying’ for Diaz to win at UFC 143

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Volatile brawler Nick Diaz meets the heavy-handed Carlos Condit for the UFC’s interim welterweight title Saturday in a match that many mixed-martial arts fans expect to be one of the year’s finest.

But while the two fighters in this highly anticipated main event certainly deserve the attention, a shadow hovers over their shared spotlight — that of sidelined Canadian welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre.

The winner of the UFC 143 bout will face St-Pierre in his return match following reconstructive knee surgery late last year. And there’s no mistaking which fighter the longtime welterweight champion is hoping to meet.

“Every night I pray that Nick Diaz wins because that’s the fight I want,” St-Pierre told CBC during a recent phone interview from Los Angeles. “I’m going to fight the best man [either way], but I want it to be Nick Diaz.”

Diaz, the talented but mercurial former Strikeforce welterweight champ, was in line for a shot at St-Pierre’s title last October until he was a no-show at multiple press conferences, causing an irate UFC president Dana White to drop him as the No. 1 contender. White then promoted Condit, who is riding a solid four-fight winning streak, having knocked out opponents like Dan Hardy (who St-Pierre won a decision over but failed to finish) and Dong Hyun Kim. Continue Reading…

What Time Is The Super Bowl 2012

What Time Is The Super Bowl 2012: The 2012 Super Bowl takes place tonight at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana with New England Patriots vs. New York Giants kicking off at 23:25 GMT (18:25 EST).

Super Bowl XLVI will be broadcast live in the United States via NBC, while you can watch the Super Bowl in the United Kingdom via the BBC and on Sky Sports, with both broadcasters airing the big game completely live.

Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth will be providing play-by-play for NBC, while Bob Costas will be involved in today’s pre-game coverage.

Just before kick-off, former American Idol winner Kelly Clarkson will sing the national anthem, while Madonna provides the entertainment for tonight’s Super Bowl half-time show. Continue Reading…

It’s Clippers Who Bring The Noise In Resounding Win Over Thunder

Los Angeles Clippers Blake Griffin during a ga...

It’s Clippers Who Bring The Noise In Resounding Win Over Thunder: From the looks of things, the Clippers have accepted the challenge that this difficult week might bring.

Day 2 of The Gauntlet on Monday night brought the Clippers a showdown with the Oklahoma City Thunder, the team with the best record in the NBA and two of the league’s top young stars in Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook.

And it didn’t turn out to be much of a problem for the Clippers, not with six of them scoring in double figures and Blake Griffin putting on another dunk show during their 112-100 victory over the Thunder at Staples Center.

Chris Paul directed the attack, producing a double-double with 26 points on 12-for-16 shooting and 14 assists, doing his part to help the Clippers build leads as big as 22 points. Paul scored 15 of the team’s last 31 points.

Griffin did his share to help the Clippers win to back-to-back games by scoring 22 points, including yet another stupendous dunk, over Kendrick Perkins in the third quarter.

Caron Butler had 22 points on nine-for-16 shooting, four for eight from three-point range. Continue Reading…