Report: NBA GMs See No Problem With Hack-A-Shaq

The NBA’s general managers held their annual meeting in Chicago today, and one of the topics discussed was the intentional fouling of bad free throwers, known as Hack-A-Shaq or Hack-A-[Insert Terrible Free Thrower]. CBS’s Ken Berger reports that there was “no overwhelming consensus” from executives at the meeting to… »5/13/15 9:11pm5/13/15 9:11pm


A Handy Timeline Guide To The Ongoing Hack-A-Shaq Saga

A reader, who only wants credit to go to "Colin," has sent in this exhaustive guide to the Hack-A-Shaq saga that we've been dutifully (and somewhat regrettably) following for the past few weeks. We found this version—in familiar brick free-throw form (with artistic liberties taken as regards to his handedness)—more… »9/21/11 2:15pm9/21/11 2:15pm

Former IT Guy "Will Ruin Shaq," One Embarrassing Leak At A Time

If you can keep track of the Miami New Times's Hack-a-Shaq saga, then we salute you. It is an overlapping jumbled mess of blackmailing and threats and nearly indecipherable text messages. We tried drawing a visual aid for all of the accusations cataloged here, but we gave up, because there are, like, three mistresses… »9/20/11 3:15pm9/20/11 3:15pm

More Leaked Shaq Emails: "We Dnt Want Them Do What They R Doing To Tiger"

If we all thought we might be in danger of having our emails leaked to the general public, we might write our emails differently. We might, for example, not exchange hypothetical emails with our hypothetical agents asking him to cover up hypothetical stories relating our infidelity. We might, hypothetically, type… »8/29/11 12:00pm8/29/11 12:00pm