Virginia Union coach Mark James apologized to a journalist after one of his players slapped a phone out of the journalist’s hands during a post-game handshake that turned into a shoving match.
Yesterday, Kevin Durant, a tall, expensive shoe who gets revenge on the haters by boasting about how you join them if you can’t beat them, got caught talking shit about his former Thunder coach and teammates on Twitter. It was mean of Durant to slag his old team by claiming he could have never won a championship with…
Thanks to the eagle eye of Twitter user @harrisonmc15, we get to enjoy these since-deleted tweets from Golden State Warriors star Kevin Durant:
Tennys Sandgren, the Pizzagater with a cute name, let loose on an ump during Thursday’s 6-3, 2-6, 6-2 loss to Cameron Norrie at the Cary Challenger, after what appeared to be a baseless accusation of illegal coaching. (Players are not allowed to get feedback from coaches mid-match.)
During his round at the British Open today, Sergio Garcia whacked his club into some bushes after hitting a shot he was not happy with on the fourth hole. He should not have done that, because he ended up hurting his shoulder.
Jaguars defensive end Dante Fowler Jr. was arrested Tuesday night in his hometown of St. Petersburg (Fla.) after, well, let’s let the statement St. Petersburg police just emailed me explain it:
Raptors star DeMar DeRozan lost his cool at the end of a Drew League pro-am game, chucking the ball at the referee before leaving the court.
David Price has been extra salty with reporters this year. Right off the bat, he declared that he wouldn’t be speaking to the media except on days when he starts, and then he got into a strange shouting match with CSNNE’s Evan Drellich after a game last month. Lately, it’s been more of the same.
Daniil Medvedev’s first-ever Wimbledon burned hot, brief, and stupid. The 21-year-old Russian upset No. 5 seed Stan Wawrinka in the first round, and today he exited in a remarkable meltdown.
Brydan Klein, the Australian-born British tennis player who was banned from the sport for six months in 2009 for racially abusing an opponent, was assessed an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty during his ATP Nottingham Challenger match on Thursday for calling himself a “stupid person” after he dumped a shot into the…
One day before Game 4 of the NBA Finals, ESPN’s Zach Lowe published an article about how the Golden State Warriors moved on from blowing a 3-1 lead in last year’s Finals. The piece specifically focused on Draymond Green’s Game 5 suspension and how the Warriors chose to stand behind Green rather than blame him for…
Benjamin Casty, the brother of French rugby star Remi, was officiating a French junior cup match between Toulouse and Saint-Esteve last weekend when he sent off an overly fired up Saint-Esteve player. Our man was not ready to leave the field, but he was prepared to pop Casty with a vicious right cross before trying to…
Cincinnati Reds pitching prospect Ian Kahaloa was drafted in the fifth round of the 2015 amateur draft, and has been playing rookie ball ever since. He won’t be playing much this year, though, as he’s currently serving a 50-game drug suspension that was handed down on Tuesday. Last month, a Twitter user posted a video…
Auburn’s softball team beat Florida 1-0 yesterday, and after the game Tigers shortstop Haley Fagan got into it with Florida head coach Tim Walton.
Late in the first period of yesterday’s game between the Flames and Kings, Calgary rookie forward Matthew Tkachuk threw what appeared to be a deliberate elbow into the face of Kings defenseman Drew Doughty.
Former NBA star Amar’e Stoudemire is currently playing ball in Israel, for a team he co-owns. He was recently included in a series of brief interviews conducted by Walla Sport, in which players from around the Israeli league were asked how they would feel about having a gay teammate.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston went to Melrose Elementary in Tampa, Fla., on Wednesday, and what was supposed to be a breezy photo op turned into yet another instance of Winston being a dumb shithead in public.
Indians pitcher and drone enthusiast Trevor Bauer maintains a very active Twitter account. He often uses it to mix it up with fans and reporters, and also to express his trash opinions.
On Saturday night, we all got to see the best version of DeMarcus Cousins. This is the version that, while still unable to prevent himself from screaming at the refs and picking up a technical, can singlehandedly down the Warriors with a 32-12-9. Last night, we got the bad version of Cousins.
We’ve illustrated Kirk Cousins’s legendary competitiveness a few times, but the Washington QB may have taken it a bit far today at a charity flag football game when he got very angry and shoved a volunteer official.