Draymond “The Sterilizer” Green helped his team’s cause en route to the Warriors’ win tonight in Game 4.
These clips come to us from a high school baseball game between Henry Sibley High and South St. Paul in St. Paul, Minn. Sibley High junior Dan O’Reilly is here to teach us all how to deal with a shot to the dick and balls with great aplomb.
Draymond Green has proven dangerous to scrotums this series, and he continued his mission to maim gonads tonight an Oklahoma City; once again, the Thunder’s Steven Adams is victimized.
Umpire Mike Muchlinski is starting his third season in full-time MLB service, and today he got a reminder that the job isn’t always a dream. Here, in the fifth inning in New York, he caught a foul ball in a very unkind place.
Here’s an Australian Open line umpire taking a blow “down under” during today’s Federer-Berdych match. Ow ow ow ow ow.
Sounders 2 defeated L.A. Galaxy II 1-0 last night in exciting USL action, but it was a slightly abbreviated evening for Sérgio Mota as the Brazilian midfielder earned a sending-off from the third-tier soccer match after hammering his opponent’s balls with both feet.
The Grand National is Europe’s biggest steeplechase, and its extreme length (more than four miles) means horses can be particularly feisty after nine minutes of being hassled by a jockey. Many Clouds took down the title at 25-1 odds today, and celebrated by head-butting one of his handlers. The geezer went down,…
The machines tried to tell us it was time to go home. We didn't listen. And now Marty Foster's crotch has paid the ultimate price.
Celtics fans are hoping Marcus Smart is the next Kevin Garnett, and if this blast to Matt Bonner's nuts is any proof, the rookie is already embracing some of KG's finishing moves. This one, in particular, finished Smart's night; he earned the ejection, and Boston fell 101-89 to the Spurs.
Trevor Jacob did not have a very good semifinal in today's snowboard cross competition. First, he busted his ankle. Then he suffered a dickpunch from American teammate Alex Deibold. And finally, he missed out on qualifying for the final by hundredths of a second.
This happened before last night's series-clinching win over the Rays and it is mesmerizing.
Will MLB players ever learn to wear cups?
It is clear now that the Dodgers cannot lose. Scoring two in the ninth and one in the 12th, Los Angeles took its eighth straight. But I'm not here to talk about that. With the help of my friend LaTroy Hawkins, I'd like to tell all the kids out there just how important it is to wear your cup.