Michael Phelps visits the Baltimore Ravens locker room after Super Bowl XLVII against the San Francisco 49ers at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. (Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports)
The Super Bowl is always loaded with talent. There are all-pros, MVP candidates, and even future Hall of Famers on both sides of the football each and every year.
That held especially true in 2013, when Baltimore Ravens linebacker and 17-year veteran of the league, Ray Lewis, retired immediately following his second career Super Bowl victory.
However, there was another superstar soaking it all in, one that, while dominating his sport, has done so in almost no clothing whatsoever — as opposed to the helmets, shoulder pads and all the other gizmos and gadgets football players sport these days.
The most prolific Olympian of all time, Michael Phelps, made a name for himself in a Speedo. However, these days, with the next Games still years away and without any assurance that he will even participate, Phelps is enjoying watching other superstars hang out in the spotlight.
He was once again supporting his Ravens as they held off a furious 49ers comeback attempt to win Super Bowl XLVII.
After LeBron James buried a game-winning layup in overtime to lead the Miami Heat over the Indiana Pacers, fans on Twitter went absolutely nuts.
With no time remaining in overtime, LeBron James hit a game-winning layup to give the Miami Heat a Game 1 win over the Indiana Pacers.
Down three in his Pacers’ Game 1 conference finals showdown against Miami, Indiana’s Paul George buried a buzzer beating three pointer to force overtime.
This dad snagged a foul ball in one hand while holding his baby in the other during the San Francisco Giants-Washington Nationals game.
During Miami’s Game 1 Eastern conference finals showdown against Indiana, the Heat’s Norris Cole took a very liberal arm swing to David West’s nut region.
This is the thigh of a Buffalo Bills fan. On it is a massive tattoo of OJ Simpson’s mugshot.