Following the Cavaliers' embarrassing 112-57 loss to the Lakers on Tuesday night, a message was sent from LeBron James' Twitter account: Crazy. Karma is a b****. Gets you every time. It’s not good to wish bad on anybody. God sees everything! On Wednesday, karma apparently turned its attention to LeBron. First, James denied he wrote the original tweet in an evasive and confusing interview in which he denied wishing ill will on the Cavaliers.

The Cavaliers have been struggling for a while, but on Tuesday night they hit a new low — as in, the team's worst loss ever. In losing for the 21st time in 22 games, the Cavs were hammered by the Lakers, 112-57.

 

"It can't get any worse than this," Antawn Jamison said. "If it is, y'all going to have to help me. I don't know how much of this I can take. This, by far, is the bottom."

 

Snow in Atlanta is not a regular occurrence. So, when the city was dealing with snow and ice from a weekend storm, it took a Falcons player from Montana to come up big. Defensive end Kroy Biermann picked up teammate John Abraham on the side of the road Monday after Abraham's car had slid off I-985, getting him to practice in preparation for their playoff game vs. the Packers.

 

The 9-year-old granddaughter of former Phillies, Yankees and Mets manager Dallas Green was one of the six people killed in the supermarket shooting in Tucson, Ariz., on Saturday that targeted congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords. Christina Taylor Green, whose father, John, is a scout for the Dodgers, had gone to the store with a neighbor when she was caught in the violence.

 

TNT studio analyst Charles Barkley was in rare form Thursday night during halftime of the network's broadcast of the Thunder-Mavericks game. The NBA legend and Auburn alumnus denied a rumor that he had given Lakers tickets to Auburn quarterback Cam Newton — a rumor started after a reporter's tweet was misconstrued — but then joked that he would have done more for Newton had he been asked.

 

The homeless Ohio man with the "God-given voice" who became an Internet sensation has received a flood of job offers, including one from the Cavaliers to do voice-overs. Take a closer look at Ted Williams, who has battled alcohol and drug problems and has a long criminal record. He's now is trying to get back on his feet with help from the Cavs, who offered to pay a mortgage so Williams could get off the streets.

 

Ron Artest has tried to be on his behavior since joining the Lakers last season. On Tuesday, Lakers coach Phil Jackson confirmed that Artest reverted to his old ways recently, confronting the coach at a recent practice because he felt Jackson was embarrassing him in public.

 

The website RealClearSports has a collection of the 10 most erroneous sports columns of 2010. There are three Boston-related items in the bunch. One is a New York Post column by Gary Myers predicting the Jets will overtake the Patriots, written in the lead-up to the Pats' Monday night rout. Another is Boston Globe Dan Shaughnessy twice predicting the Patriots' demise. The third is Cleveland News Herald writer Jim Ingraham noting that the Cavaliers don't have to worry about the Celtics in the playoffs.

 

ESPN announcer Ron Franklin was pulled from the radio broadcast of Saturday's Fiesta Bowl following his sexist comment toward a female sideline reporter. Franklin, 68, reportedly referred to Jeannine Edwards as "sweetcakes" during a production meeting when she attempted to join a discussion he was having with another announcer. When she complained, Franklin allegedly then swore at her. ESPN did not have time to find a replacement for Friday's Chick-fil-A Bowl but made the move for Saturday.

 

Tom Brady's memorable season was WEEI's No. 1 Story of the Year, and the Patriots quarterback also was voted by WEEI.com readers as the 2010 Athlete of the Year in balloting conducted over the past 10 days. Brady was tabbed by 48 percent of the 1,024 voters (493 votes). Teammate Wes Welker, who bounced back from reconstructive knee surgery to have another productive season in 2010, finished second with 17 percent (171 votes).