Roughing the Wardrobe: So let's say you're headed to a holiday-themed gamewatch, or you just so happen to be a die-hard football fan with a real jonesing for knitwear. What's a fashion-focused tailgater do? You don one of these hilariously awful NFL-themed sweaters, which announce your dedication to your team and ugly sweater parties AT THE SAME TIME. (To be fair, the Cowboys sweaters are mostly wearable—it's those Dolphins sweaters that'll earn a few penalty flags.) [NFLshop.com]
He Just Got Turned Around: Portland Trailblazers guard C.J. McCollum put a flailing Dirk Nowitzki through the spin cycle Tuesday night with a wicked crossover move, and then sunk a 3-pointer for good measure. Nowitzki flashed a brief smile as he spun back around, which just shows you that his sense of humor is on point even when his sense of balance is not.
The crossover heard 'round the world (wide web)
Posted by Portland Trail Blazers on Tuesday, December 1, 2015
"Wonderful": Harrison Ford hasn't always enjoyed the lifelong spotlight from playing Han Solo, but the veteran actor has nothing but good things to say about The Force Awakens after getting a special advance screening. “It was great,” the actor told Good Morning America. “It’s a wonderful movie, it’s got great production values. It’s a real big movie and I was delighted to see it.” He then made an appearance on Tonight, where he demonstrated his on-set injury by cursing, and then destroying, a Han Solo action figure.
Sports Intrigue!: Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds—who has made a pretty nice career for himself with the Midshipmen, considering he now holds the FBS record for career touchdowns—was doing so well in the Heisman Trophy fan voting that he was apparently scrubbed from ESPN and Nissan's promotional ballot. Or so alleges the Naval Academy's athletics department:
— Navy Athletics (@NavyAthletics) December 1, 2015
Because You Play It on Your Cell Phone: Drake is Spotify's most streamed artist around the globe, the music-streaming service announced, with 1.8 billion songs streamed in 2015. [Associated Press]
Peace on Earth: Either Microsoft really does want to extend an olive branch (mistletoe sprig?) to Apple this holiday season, or they are trollin' HARD: