Okay so you’ve got two weird poker guys here, which is not surprising because this is the main event of the World Series of Poker and all poker guys are weird. One poker guy, Will Kassouf, spends what feels like hours trying to goad the other poker guy, Griffin Benger, into tipping his hand. Kassouf later refers to…
This moment, via Zach Harper, is a lot to take in:
After watching this GIF, it’s easy to conclude that Rich Old Guy Performatively Dressed In Casual Wear is your typical square who went and crapped all over what could have been a cool moment with his supreme awkwardness. But wait, let’s take a closer look:
Sometimes the universe is good to us, like when it brings us video of George Karl and DeMarcus Cousins meeting at a Summer League game—for what is likely the first time since Karl began doing everything in his power to alienate his team’s only star player—and allowing us to bask in the incredible awkwardness of the…
Jim Harbaugh called into drive-time ratfuck Colin Cowherd’s radio show this morning for an interview, and it was spectacularly awful. Cowherd was throwing every possible question at the Michigan football coach, and Harbaugh couldn’t generate any semblance of dialogue. Cowherd ended up cutting the interview short,…
Reds pitcher Michael Lorenzen made his major-league debut yesterday, which means the broadcast included an obligatory in-game interview in the stands with Lorenzen’s mom. The interview was carrying on as these things normally do, until Adam Lind crushed a Lorenzen fastball over the center-field fence.
Queens rapper Action Bronson is pretty great, in part because he once called himself "The Young Randy Velarde" on a track, and in part because he hosts a food show on the internet that is called Fuck, That's Delicious. The most recent episode of the show brought Bronson into contact with shitty old man Mike Ditka, and…
Maggie Hockenberry had the unenviable task of up-selling the Urbana Sweetcorn Fest in Urbana, Illinois and every step of the way the camera saw right through her. "Oh my gosh, Amanda. Downtown Urbana, corn is what everybody's craving. There's a line behind me of people just waiting to get their ears." She turned…
What the hell?
It's damn near impossible to watch the brief interview portion of any Jeopardy episode without cringing at least twice, but this exchange from last night's episode will give you chest pains.
The first Saints Ahoy Celebrity Fan Cruise, scheduled for March 13-17, probably sounded great when it was planned back in October. But right now, the guest list looks a lot worse.
Eli Manning hopped on stage at a recent Better Than Ezra show, and he quickly found himself facing the same problem that every person in human history who's ever been on stage with a band has faced: he had no damn idea what to do with his hands.
Some Celtics players and coach Brad Stevens visited Boston Children's Hospital earlier today, singing Christmas carols with the kids, and thanks to ESPN Boston's Chris Forsberg, there's video. Everyone had fun, except for the little girl on the left of Kelly Olynyk, who seemed suspicious of the whole event.
Bobby Bowden stopped by the booth during Saturday's Florida State game, and everything went well until Bowden asked ESPN analyst Chris Spielman if his father, Charles Spielman, was still coaching high school football. Charles Spielman died in 2008. Chris did his best to not make it as awkward as it was.
Golf Channel's Kelly Tilghman delivers the most earth-shaking tweet of this Saturday: Jessica Korda fired her caddie during the middle of the third round of the U.S. Women's Open, and replaced him with her boyfriend.
You guys have been lighting up the tips box reporting how Bob Griese made a completely ignorant statement regarding Juan Pablo Montoya, and given the amount of people stating they heard it, it has to be true.