WWE’s Payback pay-per-view was suspended while medical personnel attended to a motionless Enzo Amore—born Eric Arndt—after the wrestler suffered a serious injury during a tag team match.
A pace motorcycle stalled moments into 30k Red Hook Crit bike race, forcing dozens of cyclists into a gnarly pileup just as they were reaching sprint speed on their fixed-gear bikes. A few managed to dodge the motorcycle until they didn’t, and mayhem ensued.
Sevilla midfielder Michael Krohn-Dehli saw his kneecap do something kneecaps should never do—namely, appear to slide off and up into his thigh—during today’s Europa League match against Shakhtar Donetsk. As a warning, the video’s pretty gross:
Just like the traditional hockey saying goes: One minute, your team is up 4-2 in Game 1 of your second-round series, the next minute you’re in the locker room, bleeding from the head after a hockey puck smashes into your face.
The Clippers are currently tied at two in their series against the Trail Blazers, but the rest of those games are going to be tough. Chris Paul and Blake Griffin won’t play in any of them.
Hours after Stephen Curry was officially diagnosed with a sprained MCL, the Clippers’ Chris Paul left the game and has reportedly been diagnosed with a broken hand. As you can see, he bent it while guarding the Blazers’ Gerald Henderson.
Tonight was not a good night for the Reds. They lost 5-3 to the Mets, and Brandon Phillips was a punching bag for the baseball throughout the course of his fourth-inning at-bat against Noah Syndergaard.
Warriors point guard Stephen Curry underwent an MRI on his right knee this morning, and it revealed a Grade 1 MCL sprain. According to the team, Curry will be re-evaluated in two weeks:
The Warriors were counting on the MVP to make a showing in Game 4 against the Rockets, after sitting the previous two games and change with a right ankle injury. In the first half, though, Stephen Curry slipped in a wet patch on the floor, turned out his left ankle, made some horrific-looking angles out of the bottom…
It’s not surprising that Nigel de Jong managed to mangle an MLS player’s leg with a bone-crunching tackle. But it is impressively in-character that he only waited five games, and when he struck, he got one of the coolest guys in the league. He hasn’t been formally suspended, but he’ll most likely get a harsh penalty…
Last weekend’s Paris-Roubaix was a thrilling race that semi-anonymous 37-year-old Matthew Hayman won after spending all day in the early breakaway. Neither Peter Sagan nor Fabian Cancellara had any hand in the finish of the race because they both were involved in crashes. They were the heavy favorites, but a single…
Atlanta Braves reliever Daniel Winkler fractured his elbow during Sunday’s game against the Cardinals. The video doesn’t show any graphic detail. All you see is a man who knows something is definitely wrong with his arm.
The Cubs announced that Kyle Schwarber has torn his ACL and LCL in yesterday’s outfield collision, and will miss the entire season.
Kyle Schwarber and Dexter Fowler collided with each other while chasing a popup that Arizona’s Jean Segura sent into left center in the second inning. Fowler tried to go low, but Schwarber didn’t get out of the way quickly enough and his left leg looks like it got mashed up pretty bad during the collision.
The following is excerpted from The Arm: Inside the Billion-Dollar Mystery of the Most Valuable Commodity in Sports by Jeff Passan, available April 5 from HarperCollins.