Less than a year after it opened, the Vikings’ new stadium has leaky walls and loose panels with no clear plan for scheduling or funding repairs, according to reporting by the Minneapolis Star Tribune.
The Mets’ season has mostly been an exercise in maximizing use of the new 10-day disabled list, which has been the biggest contributing factor in the fact that they’ve lost an awful lot this year. (They haven’t been so far below .500 since 2014.) The bad seemingly got worse today, with Noah Syndergaard pulled midway…
So there I was, kindly minding my own business on a usual Sunday (a dozen MLB games on various screens, but mostly paying attention to the Wizards-Celtics game) when an unmistakable voice came barreling into my skull like an ice pick through my tympanic membrane.
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The Wizards are not here to fuck around. They opened Game 1 of their second-round series against the Celtics with a ridiculous 16-0 run, starting things off with 7-of-10 shooting while outrebounding Boston 9-0. That was due in large part to Marcin Gortat, who scored nine and looked better than he did in any part of…
Who knew that teeth hampered your offensive ability? Isaiah Thomas came alive after losing a front chomper, waking up the Celtics offense en route to a quick 12 first-quarter points.
A few hours after the completion of the NFL draft, Buffalo Bills owner Terry Pegula announced that the team would be clearing out their front office—firing general manager Doug Whaley, along with the entire scouting staff.
The Nationals paid up big for Adam Eaton this winter, sending a trio of their top prospects to the White Sox in exchange for one of baseball’s best leadoff hitters. Like most of what the team has done lately, that move was accompanied by a sense of urgency—Bryce Harper becomes a free agent after next season, the…
Down by three in the bottom of the ninth against the Phillies last night, the Dodgers didn’t stop swinging for the fences. Philadelphia closer Héctor Neris, pitching for the third time in four days, didn’t have his best stuff—and L.A. jumped all over him.
The niftiest goal of the weekend comes from Oscar Pérez, the 44-year-old goalkeeper of Liga MX’s Pachuca. With the club down by one in the final minute of stoppage time against Cruz Azul, it opted for all hands on deck for a corner kick and brought its keeper into the box. The decision worked, as Pérez lived up to his…
SG Esports had already conquered a titan in Team Secret, and just a day later, the team found itself facing another giant in Evil Geniuses. Though the underdog didn’t overcome the odds this time, the match between these two was a barnburner.
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Anthony Joshua overcame being knocked down by Wladimir Klitschko in the sixth round to pummel the Ukrainian legend and earn an 11th-round TKO, improving his career record to 19-0 with 19 knockouts.
The Browns took Florida defensive tackle Caleb Brantley with the first pick of the sixth round, seemingly overlooking his recent misdemeanor battery charge for striking a woman outside a bar earlier this month. Almost immediately after drafting him, however, the team announced that they may have changed their mind.
Last September, we brought you the tale of Orioles backup catcher Caleb Joseph—closing in on the sad feat of becoming the first baseball player ever to finish a season with more than 100 plate appearances and not a single RBI.
NFL Network draft coverage hosts have had it with the NFL turning this weekend into a circus, with Mike Mayock only half-jokingly threatening to walk off the set due to repeated orangutan coverage and Rich Eisen later vetoing the Oakland Raiders’ “pretty harsh” decision to make all their selections from Las Vegas,…
The Jacksonville Jaguars drafted Oklahoma receiver Dede Westbrook in the fourth round today. The decision naturally prompted a few questions to the front office about their view of Westbrook’s two arrests on allegations of domestic violence. The response from general manager David Caldwell? Well, who hasn’t been…
The Bulls were eliminated from the playoffs last night, which meant exit interviews today. These are understandably but almost invariably boring, rehashed collections of clichéd athlete-speak. Unless you bring along your delightfully relaxed giant fluffer of a dog, Muppet, as Robin Lopez did this afternoon:
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