Posts Tagged ‘Eye view sports’

Eye View Sports LA Pitcher Buys $1.15M McLaren Hypercar, That Runs On A Lot Of Expensive MLB Ball Park Gas

April 3, 2013

One might say Los Angeles Angels pitcher C.J. Wilson has it all. Wilson signed a five-year deal with the Los Angeles Angels during the offseason worth a reported $77.5 million. Over the past several years, as his success in the major leagues has enriched him, He also purchased some of the most exclusive vehicles on the market, and he stands as one of a few 31-year-olds in the world who can afford the upcoming $1.15 million, 903-hp McLaren P1 hypercar.

CJ Wilson buys $1.15M 903-hp  McLaren Hypercar that runs on a lot of expensive MLB ballpark gas.



Eye View Sports March Madness Is Gonna Be Rightous

March 13, 2013

March Madness is gonna be rightous. Winner out of Italy bracket looking very strong…Questioning Duke as a #4 seed.



Eye View Sports, Eye View Calls For The Cancellation Of Scoreless T-Ball For Kids,True That

December 4, 2011

Eye View Sports Bulletin…

Eye View Sports has once again called for the instant cancellation of “not keeping score” in T-Ball for kids. In an attempt to build self esteem in  the children of the 80’s and 90’s kids organization created “no score” T-ball eliminating true competition, true outcomes, true self esteem and  true winners and losers. Now these  young adults with inflated self esteems meeting the competition of the real world for the first time, are unable to tell the  true score.

True that

Eye View Sports, University Of Memphis Looks To Hire Luke Walton Poster Boy For NBA Lockout

August 23, 2011

Instead of not filling the vacant third assistant position on his staff as he hinted last week, University of Memphis coach Josh Pastner has made an intriguing choice for the job. Pastner is on the verge of hiring fellow Arizona alum and current Los Angeles Lakers forward Luke Walton as an assistant coach until the NBA lockout ends and play resumes. The hire will not become official without the approval of the Tennessee State Board of Regents, but Pastner is confident enough it will happen that Memphis put out a release announcing it.

A series of foot and back injuries have robbed Walton of his former athleticism and made it difficult for him to live up to that lucrative deal he signed in 2007, but he still endeared himself to Phil Jackson because he played the game the right way.

Walton may want to coach after his playing career is over, but he would be foolish to retire with two years and more than $11 million left on his current contract.

Luke Walton holding down a front row seat at Staple Center for $6M a year, reason and official poster boy for NBA lock out and labor dispute.

Eye View Sports Sharpova and Kvitova In Wimbledon Finals, Two Ovas Don’t Necessarily Make A Match

June 30, 2011

WIMBLEDON, England — It was all about the serves at Wimbledon on Thursday, and it was Maria Sharapova and Petra Kvitova who survived the ups and downs on Centre Court to reach the final.

Two Ovas don’t necessarily make a match..Enough with all the ovas…US television viewership laying an egg.



Eye View Sports Chinese Women Wins French Open, 8 Year Old Chinese Kids Now Part Of The Racquet

June 4, 2011

First Chinese women wins French Open. With a billion Chinese, Chinese children now part of the soon- to- be booming tennis racquet..

Eye View Sports LA Clippers Celebrate Somewhat- Black History Month

March 1, 2011

It seems as if Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling forgot when Black History Month is.

In Sunday’s edition of the LA Times, Sterling was shown next to Clippers star Blake Griffin in an ad explaining how the organization will celebrate.

In honor of Black History Month, the Clippers will “admit 1,000 underprivileged” kids and their parents into Wednesday’s game against the Rockets for free.

However, the date of the game is March 2, making the Clippers late in celebrating Black History month.

LA Clippers late in celebrating February’s Black History Month but early in celebrating March’s Somewhat- Black History Month.

Eye View Sports, Australian Open Fashion Redunkulous

January 25, 2011

MELBOURNE, Australia — The start of Ekaterina Makarova’s fourth-round match against Kim Clijsters at the Australian Open was delayed slightly when the chair umpire noticed that a sponsor logo on the front of the Russian’s shirt was too large.

The umpire, Mariana Alves of Portugal, asked Makarova to change the shirt before the match could begin. The player left the arena and returned without one of the logos on her shirt.

The Grand Slam Rule Book specifies that advertising logos cannot exceed four square inches (26 square centimeters) if there is one logo, or 2 two square inches (13 square centimeters) if there are two, on the front of a shirt.

Makarova later moved the logo from the front of her shirt to her right sleeve, where larger logos are permitted.

After the match Makarova filed a complaint with the tournament directors claiming her clothing violation was nowhere as bad as Venus Williams’s.

Tournament directors responded that there is no mention of excessive  badonkadonk   in the Grand Slam Rule Book..


Eye View Sports, Is Caroline Wazniacki’s Short Dress Too Fast

September 10, 2010

Caroline Wozniacki is enjoying a terrific U.S. Open. On Monday, the 20-year-old sensation ousted Maria Sharapova to advance to the quarterfinals. Her dress, which barely covered any of her legs, was noticeable to many viewers. After the match, Wozniacki was asked about the outfit during a press conference.

“I think it’s nice,” she said, adding that she will “get a lot of male fans now” due to the revealing dress. Previously, she shared her thoughts on “very pretty” Anna Kournikova.

The Danish tennis player is not the only woman to draw attention due to her U.S. Open attire. Venus Williams’ skimpy dress was a hot topic over Labor Day

The dress is not too fast, the tennis news cycle is too slow…..


Eye View Sports, You Do Have To Be On Drugs To Be An Ice Skater

August 17, 2010

JERSEY CITY, N.J. — Former U.S. figure skating champion Nicole Bobek was ordered to spend five years on probation for her role in a New Jersey methamphetamine ring, a sentence that she said would give her a chance to get her life back on track.

“Nothing but positive things can come out of this,” Bobek said outside the Jersey City courtroom where she was sentenced Monday. “It’s been a long 1 1/2 years. I’m looking to get back onto that ice.”

Perkiness doesn’t come naturally…….