Stephen Curry and Kevin Durant finished the game in the locker room as the Warriors took their second loss of the season in a 111-101 loss to the Grizzlies. Curry was ejected for throwing his mouthpiece; it’s unclear what earned Durant the heave-ho, though both ejections came in the final minute of an eight-point…
Oakland topped Kansas City tonight in yet another improbably entertaining Thursday night game, though one that had a finish marred (to some) or spiced up (to others) by errors committed by, in order, the officials, the Raiders, the Chiefs, and the Chiefs again:
Albert Wilson hauled in a tipped pass to go 63 yards and give Kansas City a 27-21 lead over the Raiders in what’s been a very interesting Thursday night game; subsequently, some very un-FCC-friendly language made its way onto the broadcast, which is what we’re all here for, right?
Today’s Everton-Lyon Europa League match at Goodison Park featured fan participation as a fight between players came close enough to the seats that some supporters themselves entered the fray to have a few blows.
I am aggravated hourly and nearly minutely by some dumb bullshit on television, but never with such consistency as come each MLB postseason, when America’s Home For Friends And Family Guy reruns TBS is mysteriously transformed into a media outlet worthy of broadcasting playoff baseball games. It’s not, but MLB cares…
Gordon Hayward suffered one of the most gruesome injuries in NBA memory midway through the first quarter of tonight’s tip-off game against the Cavaliers when his ankle snapped just minutes into his tenure with the Celtics.
Justin Turner delivered a John Lackey fastball over the left-center field fence to drop a devastating 4-1 loss on the Cubs and give his Dodgers a 2-0 NLCS lead.
“And let’s face it: the Giants are coming off a worse week than Harvey Weinstein, and they’re up by 14 points!”
“For the last time: anything that you put on that prompter, Dick Stockton will read.”
I double-checked the time on this, because I had to be sure. This play feels like it takes minutes to complete, but it was only 17 seconds. That’s pretty long, though, for a football play.
Carlos Correa accounted for both of Houston’s runs, hitting a fourth-inning solo homer and the walkoff double that drove in José Altuve as the Astros took a 2-0 series lead on the Yankees in a game that saw Justin Verlander pitch a complete game with 13 strikeouts.
Star North Carolina State defensive end Bradley Chubb suffered a finger injury during the Wolfpack’s game at Pitt today, but his grotesquely misshapen digit is only the start of this horrifying half-minute of video. Gah!
The Cal Bears are shocking undefeated Washington State, forcing QB Luke Falk into four interceptions and putting up plenty of points of their own—especially on this seven-yard, full-flip rushing touchdown by Cal quarterback Ross Bowers.