Reminder: Maria Sharapova hasn't beaten Serena Williams since 2004.
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Sharapova's margin for error against Serena is basically the first break point. C'mon. It's not JUST NOW gone.
I mean, six ounces of weed is probably only about $1,500, right? http://t.co/GHvfZF3eqI http://t.co/uwDtxJaakN
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RT @gatoratlaw: @AndyHutchins @dkurtenbach but see: http://t.co/p0e5HDRoK9
From David Simon, who would know. RT @dkurtenbach: Faux outrage. http://t.co/riwV7viRcV
Citing fatigue as a factor isn't "using fatigue as an excuse," unless you're Skip Bayless.
Meanwhile, the only guy to ever beat Nadal at the French hasn't played pro tennis since July 2011: http://t.co/U0AD24gS7y
Nadal's inexhaustible supply of leprechaun gold is a really tough thing to overcome.
Two straight ridiculous 99%-of-humanity-could-try-for-a-lifetime-and-not-do-it shots in a row from Rafa four hours into a five-setter.
The sun always smiles on Rafa at Roland Garros.
RT @BryanDFischer: Those pre-loaded gift cards are probably the No. 1 source for extra benefits, I’d say.
RT @bigpumpkin4real: This is the 2nd time a player went at least 18-18-10 in the playoffs and lost. The 1st time: also LeBron! http://t.co/…
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RT @realrobertmays: Tracy McGrady has a perfect record in the NBA Finals.
I forgot that. RT @Radwithab: and Miami won game one in 2011
Tony Parker. Le assassin.
Somewhat unfair that Dr. J, after being Dr. J, now looks more like Denzel Washington than any non-Denzel human.
Ray Allen suddenly being a 50% FT shooter is the strangest thing.
How much better would the Heat be if Wade knew how to shoot?
Somewhere, Derek Fisher smiles at that Duncan jumper.
And LeBron. RT @lrd_15: You can tell a lot about someone by the way he or she spells Dwyane Wade.
Feels like this might be the Lawler's Law Finals.
EVERY time I see this Beats Pill commercial, I think "What's a Beat Spill?"
That's an incredible rebound by LeBron, which is one of many incredible things he'll do tonight to no fanfare.
So Steve Javie's sitting on a ladder?
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