Good news for you, valued NFL customer! After a string of long, pizza-less nights, and after a handful of forced interrogations with acceptably polite NFL players, and after Jerry Jones probably ordered him around for a bit, commissioner Roger Goodell would like you to know that the league has decided to reinstate the…
The New York Yankees will retire former shortstop Derek Jeter’s number on May 14, finally making him a True Yankee. MLB has built up to this ceremony by introducing the Jeet 16, a bracket of Jeter’s finest moments.
This wonderful photo series comparing the size of things by Kevin Wisbith is a really fun way to earn some brain wrinkles, because it gives you a better sense of the true size of random buildings, ships, machines, and other objects. You get to see things like the Death Star hover over Florida in space, a B-2 bomber…
Every child and every adult who wants to be a child again loves a good Nerf gun. They’re fun to shoot, whether you’re playing in your yard or across cubicles, and they’re fun to be shot at with, because Nerf guns are mostly harmless. Well, the game done changed. Mark Rober has invented the world’s biggest Nerf gun and…
Sports awards are bad; sports awards shows are worse; the Deadspin Awards will be bad in their own way, but at least, and definitely, fun.
A robot just pulled off the best possible move in the game of golf.
While the Spurs were in New York for a Jan. 11 game against the Nets, coach Gregg Popovich apparently nabbed a ticket to Hamilton. Another audience member got the evidence by taking a photo with Popovich, who looked absolutely delighted in his beatnik sweater.
The FA Cup is well underway, but how well do you know the participating clubs? Take this quiz and find out.
Shower sex is pretty damn hot...in theory. But between height differences, soap in the wrong places, and slipping and falling, here's how to go to town on each other without the frustration.
Here we have Oklahoma City Thunder benchwarmer Jeremy Lamb demonstrating that being an end-of-the-rotation NBA player is one of the best gigs in America.
One of my favorite things that happens in the NBA is when a talented team reaches a point where every guy, from the stars to the benchwarmers, begins to understand just how damn good they have it. The Golden State Warriors, currently sporting a 30-5 record, are squarely in that zone.
Someone got a brilliant idea: Let's give babies lemon wedges for the first time— just like every single parent does in the privacy of their home—and record their reaction in slow motion so the entire world can laugh and go aaaaawwwwwww at the same time.
Ernie, Kenny, and Shaq start their own mini-Stomp performance, having a ball as an unimpressed Chuck observes silently. Unlike everyone else, he is not entertained.