Showing posts with label Sports. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Sports. Show all posts

1/14/2015

The Outlaw's Hired Gun: NASCAR driver's ex is a trained assassin [PHOTOS\VIDEO]

The Outlaw's Hired Gun: NASCAR driver's ex is a trained assassin [PHOTOS\VIDEO], Kurt Bush, the NASCAR cup driver known as "The Outlaw" said he believes his ex-girlfriend is a trained assassin who was sent on covert missions around the globe and once returned to him in a bloodied dress.

"Everybody on the outside can tell me I’m crazy, but I lived on the inside and saw it firsthand," Bush said during testimony while in court over a no-contact order issued by Driscoll.

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According to Kurt, while they were in Texas, she left in camouflage gear and returned in a trench coat that was covering a blood-splattered evening gown. Busch also states that she showed him pictures of bodies with gunshot wounds and even told him that she was one of the inspirations for a character in Zero Dark Thirty.

After court proceedings wrapped up Tuesday, the AP caught up with Driscoll, who says that Busch’s claims are "ludicrous" and "straight from a fictional movie script" she was working on.

"These statements made about being a trained assassin, hired killer, are ludicrous and without basis and are an attempt to destroy my credibility," Driscoll said. "Not even [his attorney] Rusty Hardin believes this. I find it interesting that some of the outlandish claims come straight from a fictional movie script I’ve been working on for eight years."

But Kurt is not the only one alledging that Driscoll is some kind of super spy.

Last month, Michael Doncheff, who had served as a personal assistant to both Busch and Driscoll, testified that Driscoll had told him she was a trained assassin and that she’d once said, "I take down foreign governments. I own Washington."

Driscoll testified Busch of assaulting her in his motorhome at the Dover International Speedway a week after he ended their relationship.

A decision on the no-contact order is expected in February.


1/09/2015

Greatest of all time? Chief Sealth H.S. Hafid Yassin's epic dunk [PHOTO\VIDEO]

By Toshiba Reynolds

Greatest of all time? Chief Sealth H.S. Hafid Yassin's epic dunk [PHOTO\VIDEO], The following dunk by the Chief Sealth High School Seahawks' Hafid Yassin has to go down as one of the greatest in-game dunks ever—at any level.

In terms of sheer elevation, it might be the most impressive slam dunk ever by a high school player.

Credit: Greg McCorkle
How much elevation did he get? Even his chin went above the rim. The defender might have played a part in helping the dunker get so high, as it appears Yassin used the opponent's shoulder to get even higher.

Unfortunately for the Seahawks, the dunk was only worth two points. They required a lot more. Garfield cruised to a 96-55 win.

While the Chief Sealth Seahawks lost Tuesday's game to Garfield High School Bulldogs, Yassin’s dunk was hardly forgotten and even got mentioned by 120 Sports, and Yahoo Sports.



A different angle video.

12/29/2014

[PHOTOS\VIDEO] Steelers Coach Mike Tomlin scolds Bengals Safety Reggie Nelson

By Ann Warren

[PHOTOS\VIDEO] Steelers Coach Mike Tomlin scolds Bengals Safety Reggie Nelson, Antonio Brown scored two touchdowns and the Pittsburgh Steelers captured their first AFC North title since 2010 with a 27-17 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday.

But that wasn't the real story after the game. Steelers coach Mike Tomlin and Bengals safety Reggie Nelson had to be separated following a heated exchange on the field.

Steelers Coach Mike Tomlin and Bengals' Reggie Nelson Get Heated After Game

The skirmish began with a hug, but it didn't end as friendly. Bengals coach Marvin Lewis had to step in and pull his player away from the situation.

The Steelers (11-5), who ended the regular season with four straight wins, secured the No. 3 seed and will host No. 6 seed Baltimore next Saturday at 8:15 p.m. ET
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The Bengals (10-5-1) will play at the fourth-seeded and AFC South-champion Colts next Sunday at 1:05.