Matt Barnes Implies He Might Be Dating Rihanna, Gets Crushed By Rihanna

One of the lamest things a guy can do when confronted with a question such as, “Hey, man, what’s up with you and [woman you’ve been seen hanging out with]?” is bashfully dance around the question in a way that suggests that, yes, there is indeed something going on with that. NBA player Matt Barnes recently learned… »8/17/15 11:36am8/17/15 11:36am

The Cavaliers Should Have Thought A Little Harder About This Promo [Update]

During last night’s playoff game against the Chicago Bulls, the Cleveland Cavaliers showed the video below, which was removed from the team’s Vimeo page this morning, on the in-arena jumbotron. The premise of the skit, which is supposed to be a Dirty Dancing spoof, is that a Cavs fan physically harms his Bulls fan… »5/07/15 10:13am5/07/15 10:13am

Boston News Station In Trouble For Following Hernandez Jurors Around

If you’re covering a murder trial for a local news station, the last thing you should do is try to follow one of the jurors home. If you just can’t help yourself, though, you should definitely do so in a vehicle that is not a gigantic, conspicuous news van that has your station’s name painted all over it. »4/09/15 12:29pm4/09/15 12:29pm

And Now, The World’s Most Terrifyingly Inappropriate Minecraft Videos

Last week, I took a moment to explain why Minecraft, the world's biggest video game, sucks hard balls. And in my "research" for that post (five minutes), I found a number of Minecraft recreations of 9/11 over on YouTube. All of these tributes are misguided at best and tasteless at worst … »3/11/15 12:26pm3/11/15 12:26pm

Dudes Who Allegedly Jumped MSU Players Brag About It On Twitter

Mississippi State football players Dak Prescott, Torrey Dale, and Damian Williams got jumped at a Waka Flocka concert in Panama City, Fla., yesterday, and pictures and videos of the incident were posted all over social media. One of the guys who allegedly attacked the Mississippi State players also hopped on Twitter… »3/10/15 10:38am3/10/15 10:38am

The Wizards' Celebration Of Black History Month Is A Little Tone-Deaf

The Washington Wizards created a pop-up website to celebrate Black History Month. The site is full of pictures of various members of the Wizards organization spliced next to a picture of a historical black figure that inspires them, and a quote from each person featured. It's mostly a harmless idea, until Ted Leonsis… »3/02/15 1:51pm3/02/15 1:51pm