A fan in Manchester threw a yellow, banana-shaped object onto the pitch early in today’s City-United derby either at Man City’s Raheem Sterling or United’s Ashley Young, both of whom are black.
Reigning National League MVP Giancarlo Stanton is already a persona non grata in the Bronx as Yankees fans reacted to the slugger’s five-strikeout day against the Rays with a chorus of boos.
The Vegas Golden Knights continue to make fools of us here at Deadspin, but it was Martin Jones who was on the losing end of the April Fools’ joke tonight as William Karlsson made an unassisted, shorthanded, between-the-legs goal to put the Sin City shockers up 3-2 on San Jose. Seriously, look at this shit:
Patrick McCaw left tonight’s game against Sacramento on a stretcher after the Warriors guard fell hard to the floor after being undercut by Vince Carter on a play that left Golden State coach Steve Kerr angrily cursing at the veteran Kings star.
Grant Hill learned today he’d be the newest member of the Basketball Hall of Fame. But whatever pride he might have felt at that honor dissipated, for a moment, as he saw Michigan’s Moe Wagner hurtling through the air toward him.
ZLATAN IS HERE AND HE IS MAGNIFICENT.
Both women’s Final Four games went to overtime tonight, with UConn keeping its undefeated season alive thanks to an incredible meltdown by Notre Dame in the last seconds of regulation.
Florida State allowed Michigan to walk away with tonight’s win, choosing not to foul despite being down only four points and multiple teams this month winning while facing similar game scenarios. CBS’s Dana Jacobson asked Seminoles head coach Leonard Hamilton after the game to explain his decision, and he reacted to…
Loyola-Chicago cruised past Kansas State as the Ramblers found their first “easy” win of this year’s NCAA tournament and earned their first Final Four bid since 1963, when the team won its only national championship, with an 78-62 win over the Wildcats.
Chris Sale left today’s spring training game against the Astros two outs into the first inning after a J.D. Davis line drive up the middle struck the Red Sox ace in the leg.