Texas A&M Aggies quarterback Johnny Manziel (left) talks to Los Angeles Clippers point guard Chris Paul (right) before a game against the Houston Rockets at the Toyota Center. (Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports)
Well, no, no they should not let Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel into the dunk contest. But the dude is about to do whatever the heck he wants in Houston, because he is Johnny Football.
He already got called out hard by NBA analyst Steve Kerr for sitting courtside at both a Dallas Mavericks and a Houston Rockets game, and now the Heisman winner brings his celebrity status to Houston once again.
He already made a mess of himself in New Orleans during Super Bowl weekend (or, shall we say, had a freaking awesome time). Then again, it was legal for him to drink beer in NOLA, even though he’s only 20.
All-Star Weekend has seen the wildest and wackiest from NBA players throughout the years, but it has never experienced a Johnny Football landing.
Is it ready?
No chance, and that’s the best part about it.
The Texas A&M athletic department would like to see their quarterback grow up, but we’re hoping he pulls a Halloween and kills it.
The Florida State Seminoles have issued championship rings following the program’s regular season conference title and Orange Bowl victory.
After dominating for the Indiana Hoosiers, guard Victor Oladipo shows off his talent during a pre-2013 NBA Draft workout.
In order to raise funds for the victims of the Moore tornado, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State and Toledo have come together to sell “OKTogether” shirts with proceeds going to charity.
European Tour Chief Executive George O’Grady basically said that Sergio Garcia has plenty of black friends, so that means he can’t be a racist. Yikes.
Forbes has released the highest grossing NBA player’s shoes for 2012 and LeBron James’ LeBron X shoes from Nike blew the field away.
The NBA has officially announced the first, second and third All-NBA teams for the 2012-13 season, as voted on by the sports media.