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Satire: Franchitti’s Tummy Is An Easy Target

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Welcome to "O Caption! My Caption!" Blogcritics' examination of news, sports, and politics by utilizing the most efficient and time-saving method: looking at pretty pictures and deducing what happened based on the pixels.

Reefer antics in soccer? Soccer antics in basketball? Figure skating tryouts during hockey games? They're all more likely than you think this week. Unlike the NBA playoffs or a Nomar Garciaparra at bat, this installment of OCMC will be over relatively quickly.

↑ Running desperately low on funds, production for Half-Baked 2 was filmed underneath the bleachers of last week's Dallas FC-Toronto FC match.

↑ For failing to yield to Danica Patrick on lap 162, IRL driver Dario Franchitti awaits being shot by the penalty cannon.

↑ The ATP is considering banning alcohol for judges after, during last week's match, the judge called several double faults "little bitches," apologized to a ball girl for cheating on his wife, then threw up on Rafael Nadal.

↑ The Bruins' Chuck Kobasew, right, and the Canadiens' Tom Kostopoulos were both given double minors for attempting the Iron Lotus inside the blue lines.

↑ Shannon Brown's bicycle kick caused a five-minute delay in the game between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Utah Jazz when the ball had to be retrieved from Justin Timberlake's crotch.

↑ Udonis Haslem, bottom, is eliminated from competition in Game 2 of the Hawks-Heat series which, in lieu of basketball, was replaced by a game of Twister.

Washington Nationals slugger Adam Dunn finally decides to cease his diet of nothing but stadium dogs, Big League Chew, and Clamato.

What do YOU think happened this week in sports? Provide your own captions in the comments below and we'll feature some of the best captions, provided they exist.

(Photos from the Associated Press)

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