Kobe wins … an Oscar?!

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Kobe wins … an Oscar?!

Five-time NBA champion. Two-time NBA Finals MVP.

An NBA MVP. Eighteen All-Star Games. And … an Oscar?

Kobe Bryant's Dear Basketball on Sunday night won an Academy Award for the best animated short, a five-plus-minute film about his 2016 retirement from the NBA.

During his acceptance speech, Kobe addressed Fox News host Laura Ingraham's comments about LeBron and basketball players sticking to dribbling.

Dear Basketball was written and narrated by Kobe and directed by Glen Keane, a Philly native best known for his work on Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin, The Litte Mermaid and other Disney movies.

If you haven't seen it, you can do so by clicking here.

Kobe, the pride of Lower Merion, is a noted Eagles fan and perhaps his pep talk in December sparked the Birds.

One month ago today, the Eagles won the Super Bowl.

Carson Wentz and wife do 'Thriller' dance at their wedding

Carson Wentz and wife do 'Thriller' dance at their wedding

We've seen Carson Wentz orchestrate a victory celebration before. But he's never had a dance partner quite like his new wife Maddie Oberg.

As we wrote Monday, the pair got married over the weekend up in Bucks County in what looked like a beautiful affair. Wentz shared some photos from the lovely day.

And now some of the fun has started to pop up on the internet. Like their introduction for the first time as Mr. and Mrs. Wentz.

The intro has a bit of Pam and Jim from "The Office" wedding vibe before a "Dirty Dancing" fake out leads them into the "Thriller" dance that includes much of their wedding party.

Looks like a good time to me.

Wentz also shared a teaser video of their day on his Instagram:

Here's a look at Villanova's 2018 championship rings

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Here's a look at Villanova's 2018 championship rings

Villanova head basketball coach Jay Wright shared some images of his players receiving their championship rings today. 

The Wildcats received the rings for their impressive run in the 2018 NCAA Tournament that was capped by a dominant performance over Michigan in the title game.

Guard Phil Booth shared a video showing off his new bling, complete with his name engraved on the side.

It's quite the piece of hardware for an organization that doesn't pay its athletes. Gotta win a championship to earn the bling.

Here's a closer look courtesy of Mike Sheridan.