Kid Rock, David Beckham
Kid Rock: Rock and Neil Diamond have at least one thing in common: The musical artists both have banners hanging in the rafters at the home...
Kid Rock: Rock and Neil Diamond have at least one thing in common: The musical artists both have banners hanging in the rafters at the home of the Detroit Pistons.
The Pistons honored Kid Rock for selling out a slew of concerts during a break in their game Friday night against the Boston Celtics, unveiling a banner with his name and "18" on it.
Kid Rock, a Michigan native whose real name is Robert J. Ritchie, is a regular in the crowd when the Pistons are at home.
David Beckham: AC Milan coach Carlo Ancelotti has not ruled out including the British star on his UEFA Cup squad.
The 25-player list must be submitted by midnight today. Beckham's loan to Milan is scheduled to end March 8, and he was not expected to be among the players.
"Beckham's eventual insertion in the list is up to us to decide and will not be forced on us," Ancelotti said Saturday on the club's Web site.
Empire State Building: The lights of New York's landmark skyscraper are glowing with the colors of the Super Bowl teams this weekend.
It marks the first time the Empire State Building has split its tower lights to honor both teams at the same time.
Through today, the north and south sides shine yellow and white for the Pittsburgh Steelers, while the east and west sides glow in red and white for the Arizona Cardinals.
The winning team's colors will be displayed on Monday night.
The Associated Press
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