• National Rifle Association will be the name sponsor of the April 13 NASCAR race in Fort Worth, Texas. It will be like any other race, other than all the racecars having gun racks stocked with fully loaded AK-47s.
• Dennis Rodman, after meeting with Kim Jong Un, was kicked out of a Manhattan hotel bar for loudly and incessantly praising the North Korean dictator. Cannot confirm Kim then threatened the hotel with a missile attack.
• That reminds me. Another adversary of the United States, Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez, has died. So strike that name from Rodmans Lunatic Diplomacy world tour.
WQAM fired Dan Sileo, who calls himself Americas Most Controversial Sports Talk Radio Host. Sileo getting suspended or fired is like a rapper getting arrested or shot. Image-enhancing!
• The latest legal challenge to the Washington Redskins nickname is under way in Alexandria, Va. Legal analysts refer to the case as a royal waste of money and the courts time.
• Todd McShays latest mock draft for ESPN indicated Miami will draft Cal receiver Keenan Allen 12th overall. Mark it down: McShay is McWrong.
• A pure-gold replica of soccer star Lionel Messis left foot valued at $5.25 million was unveiled in Tokyo. The gold foot went on to score three goals later that day.
• No plans for a Major League Soccer team at Dolphins stadium. Updates as warranted.
• Affirming that reality TV has run out of ideas, ABC has a new celebrity-diving series, Splash, hosted by Greg Louganis. Divers will include Detroit Lion Ndamukong Suh, who presumably will bring back the cannonball and rabbit-punch and kick other contestants.
Dolphins stadium hosted a bunch of lacrosse games. Cannot confirm the event was booked to make Dolphins home crowds seem bigger by comparison.
• Parting thought: Michael Jordan applied for a license to marry Miamis Yvette Prieto. It would be his second marriage. Jordan isnt as good a husband as he was a player, but he is a better husband than he is an owner.
Visit Gregs Random Evidence of a Cluttered Blog daily at MiamiHerald.com and follow on Twitter @gregcote.