Ever wonder just how different things are now from way back when? We did, too. So here you go. Enjoy.
Today’s news will be smothered with the aftermath of the Academy Awards, where materialistic talking heads like Joan Rivers will adjust her reconstructed robot settings to “Rant” and complain about who wore their dresses and gowns wrong at Sunday’s Oscars.
Um, who cares about that.
What we want to know is much more pressing: Out of a singer, two professional athletes and a washed up has-been, who wore their Yankees hat best?
Here’s the choices:
- Christina Aguilera, top left
- King James, top right
- Kevin Federline, bottom left
- Tom Brady, bottom right
- Your name
- Your occupation, blog or website
- Two PG-rated photos
- A few word associations
Nike Air Force 180 Pump — 1992
Which shoes do you pick and why?
Most celebrities usually covet their privacy. But not these superstars. Check out the vanity plates of the below athletes. They clearly have a lot on their minds (in most cases) and want you to know about it.
The normally egotistical Kobe Bryant recently stated that he thinks LeBron James is the NBA MVP so far this season. A couple things come to mind immediately:
2. We obviously agree; but more importantly, we want to know who would be crowned the NBA’s anti-Lebron James. If Lebron is THE best of the best, who is the worst of the worst? We know the LVP (Least Valuable Player) award has never been actually handed out. But that doesn’t mean that it shouldn’t be. Luckily, The Max is here to formally award the crown of LVP to one very deserving NBA “star.” But before we do that, here are some of the runners-up:
- Eddy Curry (NY Knicks): Despite clocking only three minutes of playing time this season, Chubs is cashing a check worth more than $9.5 million. We’re not so good with the math, but we do know that’s a lot of coin per minute. Have a salad, by the way.
- Jerome James (NY Knicks): $6.2 million this year to play in two games… that’s it, two games. Adding to his uselessness, James reportedly suffered some sort of girly injury on Sunday that will keep him out for the rest of the season. Not for nothin’, but wasn’t he out for the rest of the season anyway?
- Danilo Gallinari (NY Knicks): Who thought drafting this piason 6th overall was a good idea? If you’re keeping score at home, he’s getting more than $2.8 million this season and he’s only played three games.
Are you seeing a pattern here? Yes, they are all members of the Knicks. And no, we are not being biased. Taking everything into account, the above three names are legitimately three of the least valuable players in the NBA.
But there can only be one LVP. And the winner is:
Only in America can you get paid more than $28 million to do absolutely nothing. Congrats, Steph.