Kenneth Faried's Dunk Revealed The Demon Living Inside Nate Robinson

Kenneth Faried threw down a dunk during last night's game between the Nuggets and Bulls. It was a fine dunk, but backup point guard Nate Robinson thought it was a really great dunk, so much so that he briefly lost his wits while celebrating and revealed the dark spirit that is twisted around his eternal soul. Maybe… » 11/26/14 12:17pm Wednesday 12:17pm

Steph Curry Goes Bananas, Drops 40 Points On The Heat

Steph Curry against-the-world games are the most fun you can have watching basketball. Whether it is 54 points against the Knicks in Madison Square Garden, whomping the Denver Nuggets in the playoffs, or some random January game, nothing is better than watching Curry fire on all cylinders. His array of tricky… » 11/25/14 10:58pm Tuesday 10:58pm

John Klingberg Scores Knuckling Goal From The Neutral Zone

The Dallas Stars defenseman scored this thunderous goal to take a 1-0 lead over the Oilers in the first period tonight. If you look closely at about 27 seconds, you can see that the puck is actually on its side when Klingberg slaps it. This leads the puck to move much like a knuckleball would, and fool Oilers goalie … » 11/25/14 9:40pm Tuesday 9:40pm

High School Team's Game-Winning Drive Kept Alive By Immaculate Reception

This happened last Friday in a playoff game between Louisville Central and Corbin High in Louisville, Ky. Louisville Central beat Corbin 36-33 thanks to two fourth-quarter touchdowns, the second of which was precipitated by this insanely fortunate catch. This may not quite live up to the original Immaculate Reception,… » 11/25/14 6:26pm Tuesday 6:26pm

Trainer Picks Worst Time To Claim His Fighter Will KO Pacquiao

Manny Pacquiao beat the hell out of Chris Algieri on his way to retaining his welterweight world title this weekend. Pacquiao won a unanimous decision, thanks in large part to the fact that he knocked Algieri down six times in 12 rounds. One of those knockdowns was accompanied by some ill-timed yet hilarious… » 11/24/14 2:53pm Monday 2:53pm

Odell Beckham Jr. Pulled Off Some Miraculous Catches In Warm-Ups, Too

In light of Odell Beckham Jr.'s maybe-the-best-catch-ever catch earlier tonight, we thought we'd put up some highlights NBC aired earlier in the game of the Giants receiver messing around during the pre-game warm-ups, pulling off the impossible and making it look easy. Even better, it's in super slow-mo. » 11/23/14 9:17pm Sunday 9:17pm

D-III School Beats Opponent At The Buzzer For The Second Straight Year

Division III college Hampden-Sydney beat the University of Mary Washington on an unusual buzzer-beating three Saturday. After a flubbed Mary Washington inbound pass, Hampden-Sydney's Mike Murray made a desperate three for the 58-57 win. The shot was weird, but the history between the two schools is weirder. » 11/23/14 12:05pm Sunday 12:05pm

Justise Winslow Hurdles Stanford Player's Head To Block His Shot

In case you hadn't heard, Duke freshman Justise Winslow is pretty athletic. So athletic, in fact, that he can high-jump over opponents to block their shots, as happened tonight against Stanford in the Coaches vs. Cancer championship game. Sure, it was all for naught as the player had already been fouled, but this… » 11/22/14 11:16pm Saturday 11:16pm

Bethune-Cookman Wins Florida Classic With Gutsy Two-Point Conversion

Bethune-Cookman has been playing Florida A & M for nearly a century, and has come out on the wrong end of the scoreline far more often than they've won what's now known as the Florida Classic. (The worst? A 97-0 beatdown in 1960.) Things weren't looking too hot for them today, either, as the Rattlers stopped them in… » 11/22/14 5:59pm 11/22/14 5:59pm

Marshall Escapes Doom Twice, Scores Wild Tip-Drill Touchdown

Marshall's undefeated, though you wouldn't know it by watching ESPN or listening to the college football playoff committee. You don't get to that kind of record without some luck, though, and that's what the Thundering Herd had on this play against UAB today when Rakeem Cato somehow escaped a sack, then threw a pass… » 11/22/14 1:23pm 11/22/14 1:23pm

11-Year-Old Japanese Hockey Wunderkind Is The Truth

The kid dangling and destroying the competition above is Aito Iguchi, an 11-year-old who plays for Japan's Saitama Junior Warriors. Truthers out there are dismissing his skills, arguing that Japan doesn't develop quality hockey players, there are a million 11-year-old Canadian kids that good, his skills won't matter… » 11/22/14 12:55pm 11/22/14 12:55pm

Dion Waiters Goes For Dunk, Gets Destroyed, Is Terrible

Millennial Dion Waiters stinks and is bad; tonight against the Wizards, he tried to dunk on Kevin Seraphin and got stoned—with both hands!—directly to hell. My favorite part is Jon Barry and Mike Breen both initially assuming it must have been a foul, before watching the replay and realizing, yep, Dion Waiters just… » 11/21/14 10:19pm 11/21/14 10:19pm