If Gary Coleman were alive today I think he would be very proud of this Drummond. Andre Drummond that is! Wait, is Gary Coleman alive? I don’t think so. Ok, I actually just checked it, he died in 2010. Sad but he’ll always be remembered! I actually had a crush on Kimberly but I think she died too. Dayum. I think Willis is alive though. Mr. Drummond just died last week. Now I’m...
Ladies and gentlemen, we have a new contender for the best Yes This Happened photo. I don’t really know what else I’m supposed to say other than I think this picture has set a new high...
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I stole this picture from one of my favorite sites the chive, if you don’t know, know you know.. The only combo that could have been better is Mario Lemieux and Webster.-TO
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The most high profile Drummond since a wealthy businessman adopted Gary Coleman is the best walk-on in college basketball. UConn’s freshman phenom, Andre Drummond has the world-class athleticism of #1 overall pick, the fundamentals of a low mid-major role player and the size of an NBA center. Of the 122 field goals he’s made this season, 63 have been dunks.
Oh no biggy, just the President of the United States.
Runaway winner for 2012′s Celebrity – half celebrity – celebrity look alike.
h/t G for coming up with this
If the concept is imagining 1970s and 1980s re-runs as video games from the same era, you know B.A. Baracus is gonna be Donkey Kong. Right after he saves Gary Coleman by machine-gunning Inky, Blinky and Clyde. More »
Yesterday, we reported the Madison Mallards' contract offer to Gary Coleman. As it turns out, Coleman decided to accept their proposal and made his baseball debut last night. He was promptly thrown out.Here's the video:Thankfully, the ump comes through with a short joke!
The Madison Mallards, a minor league baseball team in the midsts of a playoff push, are willing to win at all costs. The Mallards, in what is being considered an unprecedented move, have offered a contract to a former star: Gary Coleman of Different Strokes fame. “As the Mallards prepare for the playoffs we feel that we need a special player to help put us over the top,” said...