Blake Griffin Fouls Out, Dumps Water All Over Warriors Fan

Blake Griffin fouled out with 48 seconds left in the game, and the score tied 105-105. It was kind of a ticky-tacky foul and Griffin was reacting to the video replay. He lifted his arms in exasperation and dumped the water he was holding all over the guy in a Warriors shirt behind him. Then he threw the cup at him. » 4/19/14 6:26pm Saturday 6:26pm

Pavel Datsyuk's Slick Moves Put Detroit Up 1-0 Over Bruins

Just 30 seconds before this play, Detroit goaltender Jimmy Howard watched Milan Lucic 's redirection of Jarome Iginla's shot/pass on goal harmlessly trickle through the crease. It was the Bruins best chance of the night and on the pendulum swing back, they were down 1-0. These things always seem to happen that way: a… » 4/19/14 9:49am Saturday 9:49am

Joakim Noah's Awkward Brilliance Now Available In Illustrated Gifs

Just in time for the playoffs, illustrator Chris Edser has put together a great series of gifs capturing the awkward magic of Joakim Noah, the gangliest of the NBA's elite talent. You couldn't ask for a better representation of player who does many things well and few things gracefully. » 4/16/14 6:22pm 4/16/14 6:22pm

Alex Poythress Shows No Ill Effects From Leg Injured In Celebration

Following Kentucky's win over Wisconsin Saturday night, Alex Poythress looked to suffer a pretty painful leg injury. He got himself stuck at the bottom of a celebratory pile-up on the court, and twisted his leg and was in obvious pain. By the look of things tonight, all seems to be OK. » 4/07/14 9:59pm 4/07/14 9:59pm

What Will Aaron Harrison Do Tonight?

Kentucky guard Aaron Harrison has hit clutch shots in the Wildcats' last three games to help deliver them to tonight's national championship bout against UConn. The last two came in the games' final seconds, and bore such a remarkable similarity that we made a composite of them in the GIF you see here. » 4/07/14 12:30pm 4/07/14 12:30pm

Despite Slow Start, UConn Beats Top-Seeded Florida To Advance To Final

The last time Florida lost, it was to Connecticut on December 2, 2013. The Gators won their next 30 games until tonight—the last time they'll lose this season—which was, again, to UConn. Uconn beat Florida 63-53 on a night they went the first four minutes without scoring a point and found themselves in a 16-4 hole… » 4/05/14 8:57pm 4/05/14 8:57pm