Supposing for a moment that you found yourself on the winning side of a Super Bowl tilt — what would you do to celebrate the day after? Would you jetset to the Magic Kingdom to bask in the time-honored tradition with Mickey and Minnie? Or commemorate the big win by doing something else altogether?
While most of us may not be fortunate enough to suit up for a Super Bowl, it's nice to know that Seattle's stars covered just about every facet of wish fulfillment on Monday. While Super Bowl MVP Malcolm Smith greeted Mickey and Minnie and a legion of "twelves" waiting for him at Disney World in Orlando, Russell Wilson made the rounds with some of the biggest names in New York. After a taping on Broadway with David Letterman, the winning QB crossed the East River to take in a Nets game at the Barclays Center with Jay-Z and Beyonce. Can you guess where they were sitting?
LeBron's "Penthouse View"
If you haven't seen the show-stopping fast break the Miami Heat executed in Monday's matchup against the Detroit Pistons you can see it here from every angle. Without the ball ever touching the floor, Dwayne Wade corralled a rebound in the second quarter, lofted it about 60 feet to Mario Chalmers, who caught the pass at the elbow mid-air and alley-ooped it to LeBron James for the finish. A finish, mind you, that was pulled out of the air by LeBron above the square.
The Magic solution for Puig
Heading into the 2014 season Magic Johnson and the Los Angeles Dodgers organization naturally have high hopes for their star outfielder Yasiel Puig. So it's no surprise that Johnson and Co. were unnerved to learn that Puig was pulled over by Florida police for reaching 110 mph in a 70 mph zone recently. Magic addressed the issue with Arsenio Hall Monday, relaying his very simple solution to the talk show host: "we got him a driver."