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It’s official. Lebron James will step into Michael Jordan’s shoes to play alongside the Looney Tunes crew for Space Jam 2 whether you like it or not.

Based on initial reaction, it seems the overwhelming sentiment is the latter. Twitter users are upset that the sequel will ruin the memory of their beloved childhood flick. Personally, I don’t understand all the uproar. James didn’t embarrass himself in his supporting role in Trainwreck. I think he’ll be just fine.

Reportedly, the 31-year-old Cleveland Cavaliers forward beat out the recently retired Kobe Bryant, Stephen Curry, and Blake Griffin for the role. Justin Lin of Fast & Furious 6 and Star Trek Beyond will direct.

Did you watch the 1996 live-action/animated hybrid film? Is Lebron a worthy successor to Michael? Sound off below.

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It was an end of an era at the Staples Center in Los Angeles Wednesday night. Kobe Bryant played his final NBA game and did so in style. The 37-year-old scored 60 points, leading his team to victory over the Utah Jazz.

Throughout his 20-year career, he’s played for the Los Angeles Lakers entirely which is a record. Tim Duncan has spent 19 with the Utah Jazz, but is still playing which means he’ll most likely pass or at the very least tie Kobe’s record.

Bryant has 5 NBA Championships under his belt. He’s also a 2-time NBA Finals MVP, a Slam Dunk Champion in 1997 and named NBA Most Valuable Player in 2008. Not to mention having scored the second most points in a game. He scored 81 pts versus the Toronto Raptors in 2006.

Before his final game began, a tribute video played featuring appearances from LeBron James, Steph Curry, Shaquille O’Neal, Dwayne Wade and other athletes. Even notorious Laker fan Jack Nicholson chimed in. Check it out below.

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Should You Shave Your Pubes?

In: Donovan, Sports & Health, Totally GAY!
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To trim or not to trim? That is the question.

The guys from ASAP Science, who dish out your weekly dose of fun and interesting science, dissect the pros and cons of manscaping. It’s an interesting watch.

Why publish this post you ask? One of the guys from ASAP Science, Mitchell Moffitt, is currently a houseguest on Big Brother Canada. Love him on the show and rooting for him. Team Mitchell all the way!!!

For more random science facts, be sure to check out their YouTube channel.

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With this kind of encouragement, I’d gladly hit the gym, all day, all night. Give me a hot stud in person to serve as inspiration and I’ll be ripped in no time 😉 Dedication definitely has its rewards.

FitMit, a leading insurance company in Germany, decided to go the tried-and-true route of sex sells. Much to the delight of many at the gym, a butt naked male model works out within their sight line.

Check out the provocative ad below. It’s relatively SFW with gym equipment blocking his naughty bits.

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Tom Daley Shares His Abs Workout

In: Donovan, Sports & Health, Totally GAY!
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Want the abs of an Olympian? With summer fast approaching, it couldn’t hurt. Winter weight be gone!!!

British diver Tom Daley shares his tips for a washboard stomach. Mind you, at 21-years-old, it’s a lot easier when you have youth on your side :)

He’s uploaded the first three ab routines from his six week series. Check them out below.

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Sports Stud: Paul Ruggeri III

In: Patrick, Sports & Health, Totally GAY!
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For this week’s Sports Stud, we’re featuring an Olympic hopeful U.S. gymnast named Paul Ruggeri III.

This handsome 27-year-old is a 2015 US World Championship Team Member and 5X NCAA Champ (U’Illinois). Ruggeri studied molecular biology at the University of Illinois.

Check out his photos and video below.

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Sports Stud: Conor Trainor

In: Patrick, Sports & Health, Totally GAY!
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With the Men’s Rugby Sevens happening here in Vancouver at BC Place, it’s only fitting that we feature one of the many hotties that are playing (trust me, it was hard to choose only one).

Today we’re featuring Conor Trainor of Team Canada. This Canadian rugby union player is from here in Vancouver where he first started playing. Trainor plays in the centers or on the wing for 15’s and prop for 7’s rugby. He was part of the Canadian squad at the 2011 Rugby World Cup in New Zealand and had a large part in bringing the gold medal to London in 2011. The 26-year-old is also an Environmental Engineer.

Check out his photos and videos below!

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The last time Bryce Harper graced the cover of ESPN magazine, his ripped torso was on display for the publication’s annual Body Issue. Like most people, I prefer to see the 23-year-old in his birthday suit. However, I can’t deny he looks fantastically dapper on the current issue. The Washington Nationals player can certainly rock a suit.

In addition to channeling his inner Zoolander for the stylish editorial, Harper opens about the sport that made him a household name. In the piece titled “Sorry, Not Sorry,” he calls baseball “tired.”

“It’s a tired sport, because you can’t express yourself. You can’t do what people in other sports do. I’m not saying baseball is, you know, boring or anything like that, but it’s the excitement of the young guys who are coming into the game now who have flair. If that’s Matt Harvey or Jacob deGrom or Manny Machado or Joc Pederson or Andrew McCutchen or Yasiel Puig — there’s so many guys in the game now who are so much fun.”

“What are kids playing these days? Football, basketball. Look at those players — Steph Curry, LeBron James. It’s exciting to see those players in those sports. Cam Newton — I love the way Cam goes about it. He smiles, he laughs. It’s that flair. The dramatic.”

You know what, he’s not completely wrong. I can’t remember the last time I watched a baseball game on TV. Meanwhile, I enjoy watching basketball, hockey, soccer and tennis every once in a while. And by that, I mean the playoffs and big events. I don’t have the commitment to watch regular season play 😉 Check out more pics below snapped by Peter Hapak.

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