Wednesday Links - Brooklyn Decker Gets the SI Cover, Marty Turco's Future in Dallas, & Lindsey Vonn: Your Reason to Watch the Olympics

Wednesday Links - Brooklyn Decker Gets the SI Cover, Marty Turco's Future in Dallas, & Lindsey Vonn: Your Reason to Watch the Olympics

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Wednesday Links - Brooklyn Decker Gets the SI Cover, Marty Turco's Future in Dallas, & Lindsey Vonn: Your Reason to Watch the Olympics

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I feel like Mother Nature is filming one of those Bud Light “Too Light, Too Heavy” commercials, and yesterday’s snow storm was the “too heavy” (hopefully).

Brooklyn Decker Sports Illustrated
  • The Dallas Stars traded for G Kari Lehtonen last night, giving up, you guessed it, some dudes I’ve never heard of. Now, everyone wants to know what will happen with Michigan legend and current Stars goalie Marty Turco. I doubt the Stars see Lehtonen as the heir-apparent, but weirder things have happened.
Marty Turco Michigan Wolverines
  • The Trenches looks at Chris Berman’s contract situation with ESPN, explaining that Berman could possibly be on the NFL Network or DirecTV’s Red Zone Channel as early as next year. I can’t really imagine seeing ESPN football coverage without Berman, so I hope he stays in Bristol.
  • It’s almost a week old, but Rob Neyer’s article at ESPN about Dave Dombrowski’s aversion to taking players to arbitration makes a valid point: if DD was willing to battle a bit in court, would the Tigers still have traded Curtis Granderson? I realize it’s a stretch, but it’s still interesting nonetheless.
  • Tom Kowalski is reporting that the Detroit Lions may be working out murderer WR Donte Stallworth later this week. Didn’t they learn their lesson with Charles Rogers?

Rob’s Highlight of the Day

Kevin Durant’s H.O.R.S.E. championship is in trouble this year, because Monta Ellis is showing some serious trick shot skills. Check out this one from a Warriors shoot around on Monday. [via Ball Don’t Lie]

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