Oft-injured Houston Rockets center Yao Ming has informed the NBA he has retired after eight seasons in the league. Yahoo! Sports first reported the news.
The top pick in the 2002 draft was an eight-time all-star, despite averaging just 48 games in each of the last five seasons. Yao appeared in only five games during the 2010-11 season after suffering a stress fracture in his left leg Nov. 10.
It's just a 30-second clip -- a riff, really -- and you'll have to wait until September to hear the full album, but if you've been eager for a taste of the new Chickenfoot record, the band has what you're looking for.
Meet Valhala, an American SuicideGirl who wears her love of bats on her chest and when she isn't fawning over the flying mammals, she indulges her softer side, which enjoys kittens, puppies, unicorns and rainbows.
Over the weekend, talk-show host Conan O'Brien gave the commencement speech at Dartmouth College. Not surprisingly, the self-deprecating funnyman began his speech by stating how ridiculous it was that "a television talk show host" had been selected to impart wisdom.
Even less surprising was that Conan's speech turned out to be really good. He touched on the tough job market and the unfairness of life, and told the crowd that, while they shouldn't fear failure, they should "do their very best to avoid it."
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