A celebrity three-point challenge followed by a series of Stephen Curry bricks led to Craig Sager’s son—with help from Shaquille O’Neal—sinking a bucket that led to a $500,000 donation to the Sagerstrong Foundation.
John Calipari was clearly feelin’ it during the Wildcats’ big 82-77 win over Georgia today.
Move over, Aloe Blacc. There’s a new worst NBA All-Star-related musical performance, and it’s this hilariously off-key appearance by Joe Jonas.
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Joe Harding tried his best Ali, or at least Broner, during a British Challenge MMA match against Frenchman Johan Segas tonight. It did not go well for Mr. Harding, who spent several minutes on the canvas.
Counter-Strike players are currently coping with an exploit that allows bots to spam text and partake in games without being kicked.
Sometimes, the offense just ain’t working; that’s when being first in the nation in forced turnovers tends to help.
Carmelo Anthony found out on Wednesday that he was a last-minute All-Star selection, chosen to fill in for an injured Kevin Love and make his tenth appearance at the game. Good news?
A fevered back-and-forth series between Counter-Strike: Global Offensive squads Gambit Gaming and North took game two of the DreamHack Masters Las Vegas quarterfinals match to double-overtime.
Are sports games not your thing? Or, perhaps, are you too disappointed with the world around you to even pay attention to them—or anything else, really? This guy, too. Things appear to be so bad, in fact, that he deliberately brought in the owner’s manual for his Volvo and read it during a basketball game.
The New York Yankees won their arbitration case against Dellin Betances today, allowing them to pay the reliever $3 million this year instead of the $5 million he filed for. But it apparently wasn’t enough for Yankees president Randy Levine simply to be able to underpay the three-time All-Star, because he then went…
After seeing Northwestern take on the best the Big Ten has to offer, it seems clear that the Wildcats aren’t quite ready for a Final Four run—they do, however, have the ability to knock off a team that is.
In game two of today’s series between Splyce and Roccat, top lane player Martin “Wunder” Hansen chose to counter Roccat’s Shen pick with the mad alchemist Singed. The results? Fairly impressive.
Boston Red Sox outfielder Mookie Betts has never made a secret of his love of bowling—he’s said that he watches the game every Sunday when he can, he competed in the 2015 World Series of Bowling and he’s bowled two perfect games in the past four years. The guy has a profile on the U.S. Bowling Congress website.
Three weeks ago, Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports reported that the fate of the $20 million left on Yordano Ventura’s contract would depend on whether he was legally drunk when he died in a car crash last month. A clause in the Kansas City Royals pitcher’s contract noted that payment would be invalidated if he died or was…
Kyrie Irving is a multimillionaire with any number of informational and educational resources available to him. He has spent time at one of the country’s best universities and repeatedly said he wants to work through the next few summers to graduate with his degree. And he appears to seriously and sincerely—without a…