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The all-Harbaugh brothers Super Bowl is going to be the final game for Ravens superstar linebacker Ray Lewis, a 17-year NFL veteran.
In all likelihood, when Lewis broke into the league out of Miami, haircuts just were not this elaborate — nor was the city of Baltimore sporting them in his honor.
After die-hard fan James Long, who goes by the nickname Ravens Manic, broke out what we thought might be the most
elaborate Lewis haircut ever designed, we have a new challenger to that title.
Joe Barber in San Antonio turned this dude’s head into a pure work of art.
At least, Ray Lewis and his legions of fans should think so.
The folks out in Foxboro? Not so much.
H/T: Busted Coverage
The insane, wild, epic, roller coaster ride that was Game 6 of the NBA Finals got Metta World Peace making all sort of crazy announcements via Twitter.
Ray Allen’s late three-pointer to send Game 6 into overtime was so epic that fans recalled his equally epic role as Jesus Shuttlesworth in “He Got Game.”
Miami Heat big man Chris Bosh came through in a huge way, blocking Danny Green in overtime to force a deciding Game 7 of the 2013 NBA Finals.
Lebron James skied up for a huge block of Tim Duncan during Game 6 of the NBA Finals between the Miami Heat and San Antonio Spurs.
The one and only Ray Allen buried a three-pointer from the corner to send an already epic Game 6 of the NBA Finals into overtime.
Count Metta World Peace among those impressed by LeBron James’ fourth quarter Game 6 efforts without his headband on.