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Wordrobe malfunction, the losing Cavaliers and trading Carmelo

Wordrobe malfunction, the losing Cavaliers and trading Carmelo

Hey, everybody. What a Super Bowl, huh? Assuming Charlie Sheen passed out in the guacamole, he missed one heck of a show. …

Talk about sitting on top of the world. My Packers just won the NFL championship, pitchers and catchers report this week, and Cameron Diaz is feeding me popcorn as I’m typing. …

MVP Aaron Rodgers credits Kurt Warner with helping him get ready for the big game. Warner’s first words of advice? Don’t let your wife show up with an Elvis haircut. …

I’m hearing Steelers coach Mike Tomlin fired up one heck of a pre-game speech. Well, except for the part about “Let’s go out there and fall behind 21-3!” …
Packers wideout Jordy Nelson had a handful of balls slip through his hands, leaving him second to Christina Aguilera for most drops in the game. … Interesting national anthem by the lovely and talented Ms. Aguilera. Would that be considered a wordrobe malfunction? …

Then there’s Greg Jennings, who caught two touchdown passes. I haven’t seen a Packers wide receiver run such deceptive routes since Max McGee avoided Vince Lombardi in the hotel lobby. …

President Obama was pulling for the Bears in the NFL championship game and picked the Steelers to win the Super Bowl. Let’s all hope he’s got Germany in the next world war. …

So it’s official: The Packers are the kings of the blocking-and-tackling world. Now comes the exhaustive task of planning a victory parade through the street of Green Bay. …

Ben Roethlisberger, when asked how the Steelers could have lost the game: “Three turnovers for one thing.” Plus, he was distracted by the blonde with the big guns sitting at the 40. …

The NFL and the players’ union met for two hours the day before the game. Not that things are looking bad on the labor front, but the only thing they agreed on was that Jerry Jones could use another chin tuck. …

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<p> Jim Armstrong sheds light on the lighter side of sports this week.</p>

So much for football. What do you say we talk some Cleveland Cavaliers, sports fans? In case you’ve misplaced your scorecard, the red-hot Cavs went into the week riding an amazing streak of 24 straight moral victories. …

Meanwhile, on the Carmelo Anthony trade front, ESPN is reporting that the Nuggets, Knicks and Timberwolves are talking about a three-team deal that would send Melo to Minnesota just to, you know, tick him off. …

Say, didn’t you used to be the Michigan State hoops program? Tom Izzo doesn’t have enough Grecian to wash away the looks of this season. …

And finally, happy retirement to Andy Pettitte, who took one look at the rest of the Yankees’ pitching staff and decided to pass on $12 million to work 30 days a year.

Jim Armstrong