Chad “OchoCinco” Johnson kicks in extra point video

Last month, Cincinnati Bengals Wide Receiver Chad Ochocinco tweeted that he would kick from the end zone at some point during this year’s football season.

In last night’s game, Chad Johnson (OCHOCINCO), kicked in a field goal against the New England Patriots for an extra point because Bengals kicker Shayne Graham was injured.

OchoCinco, a huge fan for soccer not known for his football kicking skills, shows that he can put extra points in when necessary.


Kurt Rambis named Minnesota Timberwolves head coach

“Kurt, with his experience playing and coaching for a winning organization and working under people like Pat Riley, will bring a lot to our organization,” Taylor told the Pioneer Press. “In meeting with him and talking to him, I know he’s very excited about having an opportunity to help build his own team.”

Sources told that the Wolves are planning a Tuesday news conference to introduce Rambis as the replacement to Kevin McHale.

The 51-year-old Rambis has a lot of  head coaching experience of the group. He has been a Lakers assistant for 10 years, was their head coach in the lockout shortened 1998-99 season and has filled in on several occasions for his Hall of Fame coach.

Rambis won four titles with the Lakers as a player and three more as an assistant. He comes to a franchise that has seen many more losses than wins, especially of late.

The Wolves have not made the playoffs since Kevin Garnett led them to the Western Conference finals in 2004. They have won just 46 games in the last two seasons and have changed coaches four times in the last five years.

Kurt handled business in Los Angeles, so I wish him luck in Minnesota.

Spaceport America

The contstruction of the world’s first commercial spaceport in New Mexico has started last friday.  Expected to take up to a year to build, people will be able to ride into space for a mere $200,000 per ride.

NBA player Richard Jefferson calls off wedding

Former Nets star, Richard Jefferson, who is now a part of the San Antonio Spurs, was supposed to have his wedding yesterday to former Nets professional dancer Kesha Nichols, but called it off 2 hours before the beginning of the ceremony!


A family friend says Nichols, who called her family immediately when she learned Jefferson was bailing, was “not entirely caught off-guard,” by Jefferson’s sudden change of heart.

“She just wants to keep this as quiet as possible and move on. She’s doing just fine.”


He never showed up at the hotel where the guests were staying, but “all his boys were there,” the friend said. “He gave his best friend the Black Amex [credit card] for the night.” So, the winner in all of this turns out to be?? The best friend who received the Black Amex card. CHEERS!

Obama appoints Dr. Regina Benjamin as new Surgeon General

Regina Benjamin, a family physician from Alabama who ran the state medical association and is an expert in rural medicine, was picked by President Obama to be the next Surgeon General of the United States.

Dr. Benjamin is known for her nonprofit clinic which was destroyed when Katrina came around.

“Benjamin was the first black woman to head a state medical society, receive the Nelson Mandela Award for Health and Human Rights and just last fall received a MacArthur Foundation ‘genius grant.”