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New year's resolutions the sports world should make

December 30, 2011 |  1:09 pm

With the new year fast approaching, it's the time of the year to be reflective.

Here's a list of resolutions that athletes and sports figures should be making:

Donald Sterling: I will cheer for my players this season.

Ndamukong Suh: I will seek therapy for my stomping problem.

Kobe Bryant: I realize I'm not a cheetah. I'll try to stop growling.

Frank McCourt: I will leave L.A.

Dwight Howard: I will come to L.A.

David Stern: I will see a therapist about my blatant and uncontrollable hatred of L.A.

Andrew Bynum: I understand that having to duck under doorways does not count as being handicapped and will no longer park any of my 13 cars in blue-colored spaces.

Blake Griffin: From my hands and knees I will jump over a monster truck during this year's dunk competition. 

DeAndre Jordan: I will become a better free throw shooter than Shaq.

Tim Tebow: God, I know you're a busy guy. I'll limit my conversations with you to once a day.


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Photo: Kobe Bryant. Credit: Mark J. Terrill / Associated Press