Real World: Fake NHL Tough Guys

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Real World: Fake NHL Tough Guys

By Jon Fucile
WickedGoodSports.com

Almost every hockey team has at least one player that is a huge wussy. Everyone knows the type. They'll throw a cross check or slash behind the refs back and run away when the opposing player responds. But once there is a ref or two in-between the wussy player and the player he has offended, all of a sudden the wussy player acts tough and tries to throw punches knowing the other player can't get to him.

Stupid fake tough guys.

What would happen if a bunch of these fake tough guys got together? Luckily MTV has us covered. With their Real World series getting stale and old, they've gone in a new direction.

So what would happen if a bunch of fake tough guys stopped being polite and started getting even wussier?

Heres a preview of the new season of the Real World.

Editor's note: RW: Fake Tough Guys tried to recruit the guy who threatened to beat up Shawn Thornton --Jim, no, Jared...wait... Jessica? Scott Walker? Oh, yeah, John Scott -- but nobody knew who, or where, he is. We conclude that he must not a real hockey player.

Watch as Mike Komisarek sucker punches a lady at a bar

And then has to answer to her son!

Chris Neil loses a fight with a cat, then throws kittens into a fire to prove he is super tough!

Jay Rosehill runs from a fight against tiny little Brad Marchand...but then kicks Marchands dog when Marchand isnt around!

Fake Tough Guys show their sensitive side when they fall in love and cuddle.

First hand looks at gut wrenching confessions you wont see from these tough guys anywhere else!

An ex-girlfriend comes back into the picture as Ott cheats on Avery, rocking the foundation of the Real World: Fake Tough Guys house!

The best part is we didnt make any of this up. Cant wait until the first episode!

Bradley steps up to lead Celtics to 117-87 blowout win over Magic

Bradley steps up to lead Celtics to 117-87 blowout win over Magic

It was one of Tacoma, Washington’s finest carrying the scoring load most of Wednesday night for the Boston Celtics. 
 
But it wasn’t the Celtics’ leading scorer, Isaiah Thomas. 
 
It was his backcourt mate and fellow Tacoma, Wash. native Avery Bradley picking up the slack in Thomas’ absence as Boston pulled away in the second half for a 117-87 blowout win over the Orlando Magic. 
 
Wednesday’s victory was Boston’s first in Orlando since Nov. 8, 2013. 
 
Bradley led seven double-figure scorers for Boston (13-9), with a team-high 23 points.
 
Thomas missed his first game of the season with a right groin injury that will sideline him for a yet-to-be-determined period of time. 
 
The 5-foot-9 guard ranks among the NBA’s leaders in scoring (26.0) in addition to leading the Celtics in assists (6.2) per game. 
 
But Bradley was up to the challenge of filling the void left by Thomas, which isn’t all that surprising when you consider the game was away from the TD Garden. 
 
Bradley has been good this year, but has really stood out in road games where he has averaged 19.0 points on 51.4 percent shooting from the field compared to 15.8 points on 41.3 percent shooting at the TD Garden. 
 
The first half was a tightly contested game with neither team leading by more than eight points. 
 
After Orlando scored the first basket of the third quarter, the Celtics went on a furious 18-2 run to lead 67-54 which had five different scorers for Boston that spoke volumes about the balanced offensive attack the Celtics came with to make up for Thomas’ absence. 
 
Boston’s defense picked up its intensity in the second half, but just as important was the renewed emphasis on ball movement that was simple, crisp and highly effective. 
 
And it came against an Orlando team that came in having won four of its last five games – all on the road – which included beating the always-challenging San Antonio Spurs on their home floor. 
 
But as important as it was for Bradley to help fill the enormous scoring void that exists without Thomas, Boston also needed a strong game from their bench. 
 
That’s exactly what they got, and it wasn’t just one or two guys, either. 
 
Jaylen Brown had arguably the best game of his still-young NBA career coming off the Celtics bench, finishing with 13 points which included a powerful, rim-rattling dunk over Orlando’s Nikola Vucevic
 
Boston also got great play out of Terry Rozier (career-high 16 points, five rebounds) who saw a few more minutes than usual because of Thomas’ injury. 
 
Not only was the victory important to pad the win total, but it also provides a nice boost of confidence for the Celtics as they hit what will be arguably the most difficult stretch of the season in terms of quality opponents. 
 
The Celtics have 12 games remaining this month, with the teams having a combined record of 152-105, or a winning percentage of .591.

CSN CHICAGO: Yoan Moncada 'thrilled' to reunite with Jose Abreu on White Sox

CSN CHICAGO: Yoan Moncada 'thrilled' to reunite with Jose Abreu on White Sox

Yoan Moncada and Jose Abreu are back together.

The two Cuban natives were teammates in 2012 when they played for Cienfuegos in Cuba, and now they'll be in the same dugout once again — this time in Chicago.

"To get the opportunity to play with him right now in the United States, it's an honor for me," Moncada said through a translator on a conference call Wednesday. "I'm thrilled with that."

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