Clint Dempsey silenced a Portland crowd—briefly, before they picked up a chant telling him to fuck himself—with a stoppage-time goal that earned his Seattle Sounders a 2-2 draw in their rivalry matchup against the Timbers.
So Brooks Koepka won the U.S. Open at Erin Hills today, bringing to a merciful end Fox’s awful efforts at airing golf—for the weekend, at least. The network went out with a typical bang of a blunder: picking out the wrong Brooks Koepka girlfriend.
Sergio’s sartorial selection is remarkably Nintendonian today.
A Warriors fan stole Steph Curry’s hat as he headed to the locker room, once again victorious as NBA champion. He wasn’t very happy about it!
David West’s passionate moment with Tristan Thompson touched us all.
Realizing the NHL season is over for a few months while watching the victorious team parade with the Stanley Cup really sucks, but each year the Hockey Night in Canada folks help add some sweet to that bitter with its annual montage of this season’s best Stanley Cup Playoffs moments. (The music this time around is…
It’s music to everyone’s ears to hear some enraged fan tell NBC hockey commentator Mike Milbury that he “fucking sucks.” He does fucking suck!
A Patric Hornqvist goal with 90 seconds left in the third period gave Pittsburgh the lead they needed as the Penguins claimed the Stanley Cup for the second straight year, winning by an eventual score of 2-0 after a late empty-net goal by Carl Hagelin.
The Predators’ Colton Sissons scored just a minute into the second period of a 0-0 Stanley Cup Final Game 6, only for it to be declared no goal due to an early whistle from an official. Maybe Ted Leonsis is onto something?
Cedar Rapids Titans receiver Damond Powell earned a penalty in his team’s IFL game against the Arizona Rattlers today when, after scoring a touchdown, he celebrated by pooping the football.
There’s a reason the referee tells fighters to “protect yourselves at all times.”
Leigh Griffiths hammered home a pair of free-kick goals in the final five minutes of Scotland’s World Cup qualifier against England today, taking a 2-1 lead only to see the match end in a draw thanks to, yeah, Harry Kane.
Cleveland trounced Golden State tonight 137-116 in a record-setting win that kept the Warriors from sweeping the playoffs, but the real story of the game is Draymond Green’s magically-disappearing technical foul. His continued eligibility after what fans and most viewers thought was a disqualifying second tech found…
Timothy Peters found his Chevy upside down a lap away from finishing tonight’s NASCAR truck series race at Texas Motor Speedway. Despite rolling his vehicle, he walked away from the wreck.
Ola Toivonen took advantage of a Hugo Lloris blunder as the Swedish striker (who plays in Ligue 1) hammered in a strike from midfield while the French keeper scrambled, and failed, to stop it as the clock expired on stoppage time at Friends Arena in Stockholm.
Olivier Giroud is no stranger to magnificent goals, and his half-volley bender to put his France side up 1-0 on Sweden today ranks up there with the best of them. (Perhaps in shock, the Frenchmen surrendered a Jimmy Durmaz equalizer minutes later.)
A pair of gorgeous second-half goals by America’s Wonderteen gave the U.S. a 2-0 World Cup qualifier win tonight in Denver over Trinidad and Tobago.