One of the things I can’t stress enough is being in shape for the zombie apocalypse. Zombieland should have given you the heads up for that. Fortunately, there is a fitness program to help you with that. (Lion’s Den U)
Michael Jordan is coming back to the NBA… Well, at least in video game form on the cover of NBA 2K11. (CNBC)
Did you know that there are a scary number of similarities between sports fans and nerds? It’s a good thing for me that I’m both. (Topless Robot)
After the jump, scads of soccer links, great moments in cut fighter history, and a Lego printer.
To celebrate the end of Blood Week, Deadspin talked to legendary boxing and MMA cutman Jacob Duran about some of the more memorable moments of his career. (Deadspin)
Suppose that your kid gets soccer fever after watching the World Cup (which starts this week) and starts playing. What happens when kids are scooped up by a big club? (New York Times)
And suppose that the FIFA World Cup isn’t your thing. Maybe you’d rather watch marginalized groups battle for supremacy. Then the Viva World Cup is for you. (Wall Street Journal)
How does the NHL’s official broadcast partner celebrate their hometown Flyers making the Stanley Cup Final? By ordering a giant edible Stanley Cup. (The 700 Level)
The gang at Mashable pose an interesting question in this week’s Web Faceoff Series: Where Do you get more of your news from Twitter or Newspapers? (Mashable)
In today’s photo gallery, just because the tickets to Yankees games are pricey doesn’t mean that society’s best and brightest are in the stands. (It’s About The Money)
Today’s video gallery is a look at the nine best Rick Roll videos of all time. (Midwest Sports Fans)
Somebody built a computer printer using Lego and a magic marker. I need that in my life.
How is Adidas is promoting the 2010 World Cup? They’ve gone to the Mos Eisley Cantina to drum up some interest.