There's no proverbial fat woman singing in the mind of Jason Witten. After suffering another soul-tearing defeat in the NFC Divisional Round to the Green Bay Packers, some believed the 14-year veteran would hang up his cleats. Witten cut those rumors down before they could take root, announcing his plan to return to the next season. And he recently took to Twitter to punctuate that plan with a bold proclamation. The tweet was a reply to his previously released video in the "Finish This Fight" series, released by the team just ahead of the NFC Divisional Round. One of the more consistent, and certainly on of the most durable, players on the roster, Witten is an absolute asset for the Cowboys both
President Donald Trump’s press, secretary Sean Spicer, lied about about the number of people viewing Trump’s inauguration. Spicer’s “alternative facts” have turned him into a laughingstock – and a couple NBA coaches are participating in mocking him. Clippers coach Doc Rivers got Spicer on Saturday. Dan Woike of The Orange County Register: Talking to a group of roughly a dozen reporters, Rivers joked it was OK to inflate the attendance figures. “The largest media crowd in NBA history came to see me today, and I really appreciate it,” he said with a laugh. Then, Warriors coach Steve Kerr took his turn. Kerr was introduced as “former Orlando Magic star” before Golden State’s game in Orlando yesterday.