Trending: Steve Nash, iPhone theft, Sheen

The Los Angeles Lakers landed one of the all-time great point guards in Steve Nash and got another superhero in the process. It appears "Batman" has arrived in Los Angeles just a decade or so after the Lakers won three titles with the NBA's original "Superman," Shaquille O'Neal.

Nash gets himself physically ripped in this latest installment of "Nash, Camera, Action!" after he follows the Dark Knight's proven workout regimen.

Speaking of the Lakers, this birthday boy already got two big presents this week -- a Euro 2012 title and a new teammate from Gotham/Phoenix:

Losing is tough, but it's no reason to steal someone's iPhone. This theft happened after the Brazilian club Corinthians won its first Copa Libertadores title, beating six-time champion Boca Juniors 2-0 to win the final 3-1 on aggregate. Santiago Silva of Boca Juniors apparently didn't like having his picture taken:

So what's next with Twitter's most prolific (at least when it comes to posting updates) newlyweds?

Ochocinco's Miami teammate Reggie Bush might be looking for a "Thunder Buddy." Any takers?

Charlie Sheen's "Anger Management" debuted on FX Thursday night and he invited several people over to to his house for a viewing party:

Gymnast Nastia Liukin took a hard fall in Olympic qualifying and failed to make the London Games. That didn't stop would-be suitor Taylor Kaprive from falling for her on You Tube with, you guessed it, another version of Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe." And this one version actually includes guitar playing, but no dancing. Good luck, Taylor:

What else would expect on the menu of a steakhouse overlooking Daytona Beach, especially with NASCAR racing in town this week? (These offerings are from the menu of Hyde Park, located in the Hilton right next to the Main Street Pier):

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