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It isn't enough for People Magazine to just decide who the sexiest man alive is. Now the publication has to decide the sexiest man from each state.
To spice things up for People's 2012 issue of "Sexiest Man Alive", the magazine chose one handsome fella to represent each of the 50 states.
Of course Tom Brady represents the great state of Michigan as their most strapping lad, but in a surprising turn of events, Miami Heat guard Mario Chalmers was chosen to represent Alaska.
Well it really isn't that shocking. Chalmers probably has more competition for starting minutes with the Heat than he does for the title of sexiest man in Alaska.
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For those of you eagerly awaiting the 2012 edition of People Magazine's "Sexiest Men Alive", you might recognize the man they picked as the sexiest Alaskan man.People went with Miami Heat starting Mario Chalmers and well, USA Today's Chris Chase will fill you in with the rest of the details: This year, the magazine chose the sexiest man from each 50 states. ...
The Miami Heat have suffered a few shocking defeats thus far but they rebounded against the Denver Nuggets on Thursday to pull off a 98-93 victory.
The Heat became the first team in the Eastern Conference to win seven games and improved to 3-2 on a six-game road trip that ends Saturday in Phoenix.
LeBron James paced Miami with 27 points, eight rebounds and 12 assists.
Thanks to @cjzero for the GIF.
Heat forward Chris Bosh is the human version of a surprised ostrich or a sly velociraptor, depending on your interpretation. Often times he makes odd, yet hilarious faces like the one you see above, and it’s OK to laugh at him and his wacky antics, because if we didn’t, Bosh might stop making said funny faces, and then where would we be?
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LeBron James was receiving ice and stimulation treatment on his bruised shoulder after Miami's win over the Nuggets.
Dwyane Wade was attempting to finish a possession with a nice slam, but instead found Eric Bledsoe blocking his shot during Wednesday night’s Miami Heat and Los Angeles Clippers game. Dwyane Wade’s age is finally showing. H/T Jose3030The post Eric Bledsoe Blocks Dwyane Wade (Video) appeared first on The NBA Mistress.
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