Buper Spowl Dedia May is off to a stantastic fart.
John Scott—whom the NHL tried its hardest to keep out of the All-Star Game and who is not even currently in the NHL—brought the Nashville crowd to its feet after scoring two goals for his Pacific team in the first game. A Corey Perry goal proved to be the sole scoring in the second game, as Scott led the Pacific…
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported today that Calvin Johnson told the Lions he is retiring. If ‘Megatron’ keeps his word, that leaves his career numbers as follows: 83 touchdowns on 731 receptions for 11,619 yards. Here’s the last touchdown he scored, on the final game of the 2015 season against the Bears. It was…
It’s time again for us to make fun of the Clippers’ J.J. Redick, who today blew a bunny during L.A.’s home matchup with the Bulls. We imagine you’ll enjoy this, simply that even nine years into his pro career Redick is still the most hated player in college basketball.
You probably missed last night’s NHL All-Star Skills competition, an event that is as interesting and fun as the NFL Pro Bowl is boring and spirit-sucking. As the All-Star Game proper gets underway right now on NBC Sports Network—it’ll be fun too, really, please watch—here are a few GIFs from last night’s festivities.
Sergey Kovalev battered Jean Pascal in retaining his three light heavyweight belts tonight in Montreal, but the Russian wasn’t content to stop landing blows after Pascal’s trainer Freddie Roach threw in the towel after the seventh round. Kovalev brought up the failed attempts at unifying the light heavyweight title by…
“Does he keep it lubricated, or...” Sixers color man Alaa Abdelnaby wants to know some very intimate details about Steph Curry.
The hapless Philadelphia 76ers erased a 24-point Golden State lead en route to shocking the reigning champion Warriors 105-108, with a last-second Harrison Barnes three-pointer proving to establish the final score.
Sooners superstar Buddy Hield scored 32, but it was teammate Isaiah Cousins who proved to be the Oklahoma hero as his jumper with four seconds left capped a 14-point comeback in Baton Rouge and downed the Tigers in the spotlight matchup of two of college basketball’s top players.
We earlier showed you Roosevelt Jones’s three-quarter-court buzzer-beater, and here’s another one today by a player better known for dunks than threes. Here’s senior UMass forward Antwan Space drawing his own team even with Fordham at the half; unfortunately for the Minutemen, they eventually fell 78-72 to the Rams.
Coming into today’s game at Marquette, Butler big man Roosevelt Jones had attempted 1,150 field goals. Three of those shots came from behind the three-point line, and zero went in. So be shocked that Jones’s attempt from three-quarter-court at the end of the half not only found the basket, but allowed the Bulldogs to…
Holy crap. Did anyone know Lance Stephenson could do this? He just chokeslammed the Lakers back to whatever slop bucket they were dredged up from. Once again, the Lakers have proven themselves a valuable source for highlight reel raw materials.
Hey, even the King has an off-moment now and then.
Clearly Reggie Rankin is familiar with the Bobcats’ awful shooting.
Manchester United is even 1-1 with Championship side Derby County at the half of their FA Cup match after George Thorne found the net courtesy a gorgeous over-the-top pass from Chris Martin.
The sadsack Lakers have proven their worth by facilitating a gorgeous play by the Bulls. They’re here to provide all the fans a highlight.
Here’s an Australian Open line umpire taking a blow “down under” during today’s Federer-Berdych match. Ow ow ow ow ow.