You’ve encountered enough blog posts with video clips of NBA players goofing around at a basketball camp to know how this is supposed to go. A small child sizes up Victor Oladipo just beyond the three-point line, and you start to get ready for the child to have his shot swatted into the next court or pinned against…
At 3 p.m. Eastern the Hockey Hall of Fame will announce its class of 2017. Teemu Selanne is the only lock, but other possible inductees include Daniel Alfredsson, Jeremy Roenick, Mark Recchi, Dave Andreychuk, Alexander Mogilny, Paul Kariya, Chris Osgood, and Curtis Joseph. [NHL.com]
The NBA offseason is the best and wildest of all sports offseasons, and by a long shot. Even the deals that don’t get made are endlessly fascinating. To wit: In some parallel universe, a three-team draft-night trade got done that sent Paul George to Cleveland and Kevin Love to Denver.
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.
The Amazon Echo is arguably this decade’s iPhone, and if you still don’t have one (or more) set up in your home, Amazon’s running an unprecedented $50 discount (if you don’t count the early-access deal for invited Prime members), today only.
Russian-American kickboxing specialist Justine Kish squared up with UFC veteran Felice Herrig in Oklahoma City during tonight’s UFC On Fox event. Herrig won in a unanimous decision, although the previously undefeated Kish did an admirable job of wriggling out of a rear naked choke late in the third round and avoiding…
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Beloved geezer Ichiro Suzuki is very nearly a mascot at this stage of his career, appearing in just 62 games so far for the crummy Marlins, and entered today with an abysmal .209/.242/.297 line that does not suggest he is a man who any longer belongs in the majors. But he’s still plugging away, and today he got a very…
Hearthstone lesson #43: don’t bet the farm against a Mage with secrets in play.
The World Taekwondo Federation has changed its name to “World Taekwondo” in response to the “negative connotations” associated with its former name’s initials, according to this BBC report:
Anthony DiComo of MLB.com is reporting the New York Mets are promoting Tim Tebow from Columbia to Class A St. Lucie, because he is a very good baseball man.
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Scintillating 3-on-3 basketball action is going down right now—right now!—in Brooklyn, at Barclays Center. Probably this or that former NBA star you remember fondly is doing a cool basketball move as I type this. Why aren’t you watching? You should definitely be watching. You should go right now and open up your cable…
The Minnesota Vikings wrote a letter in support of Michael Floyd’s defense motion arguing that he did not violate his probation by consuming alcohol, because all the alcohol consumed was in a few bottles of kombucha, according to a report from the Pioneer Press.
Being on the receiving end of a long combo chain is never a great feeling, so I can only imagine what was going through Inuchiyo’s head when Goichi “Go1" Kishida unleashed a flurry of kicks and punches on him.
The Mail on Sunday today reported that FIFA is investigating the Russian 2014 World Cup soccer team for doping—literally every member of Russia’s 2014 World Cup team:
Michael A. Taylor of the Nationals spent Saturday pounding the bejeezus out of Cincinnati pitchers, to the tune of four hits, a double, two dingers, and four RBI, in a game the Nationals won by 15 runs.
I am beginning to lose faith in The Freeze, and that is a terrible thing.
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