The Super Bowl is allegedly this weekend, and reports indicate that the contest will be played in Houston between the Atlanta Falcons and New England Patriots.
At some point tomorrow, the Carolina Panthers and the Denver Broncos will play against each other in the Super Bowl. However, a much more widely-contested game, between, oh, every publication, has already started.
Here is ESPN's Robin Lundberg speaking with ESPN's Rachel Nichols somewhere in Manhattan's Chinatown. This is a moment, people. This is an Escher drawing of an Escher drawing of a guy who's standing between two mirrors and dividing by zero. [ESPN; H/T Mike N.]
Everyone agrees that the Staples Center clock stopped in the dwindling seconds, giving the Kings just enough time to score the game-winner over the poor Blue Jackets, who never win anything. What's still a matter of debate is whether the clock was right to do so, possibly adjusting itself to make up for an earlier…
A Bleacher Report writer uses Harrison Barnes to boost readership for a story about writers using Harrison Barnes to boost readership for their stories. This is where space-time folds in on itself. [Bleacher Report, H/T Brandon]