We all make mistakes. Here’s one that popped up on everyone’s favorite website espn.go.com tonight, as a basic video of Celtics-Raptors highlights inadvertently included an earlier, aborted take. Is it Friday yet? Guffaw! Mr. Go won’t be happy.
To be fair to Shaq, I can’t really compose a coherent thought after 8:00 p.m., either.
Here’s a helpful tip for any New York City government employees who have ever worked with the NFL: don’t accept those free Super Bowl tickets.
There’s a good chance that at some point this week your dumbest Facebook friend—Craig, I’m guessing—shared that stupid meme claiming that the $1.3 billion powerball jackpot could in fact solve poverty in America. Turns out CNN news anchor Chris Cuomo is just as dumb as that poor idiot Craig.
The Steelers extended their lead over Cincinnati with William Gay’s fumble recovery (until they didn’t, after replay revealed the officials missed a down by contact) and the Steelers’ celebration drew a flag (which the official whiffed on trying to throw) and Jim Nantz declared it a touchdown (for the Bengals). Oh,…
This is a real hat that is for sale in the official NBA online store. Pretty racist name for a hat, right?
Blazers shooting guard C.J. McCollum, who is scoring 21 points per game and having a fine year all around, was not on the active roster for last night’s game against the Clippers. McCollum wasn’t in street clothes because he was hurt or serving a suspension, but because his coach screwed up the lineup card.
ESPN has gone all-in on its Latin American programming strategy, with today’s college football semifinals airing on ESPN Deportes, a Deportes simulcast on ESPN2, and on the main ESPN in Mexico. Unfortunately, some confusion still reigns as you can see in this promo that ran on Deportes (and ESPN2) during halftime of…
Midway through tonight’s Russell Athletic Bowl, ESPN’s Mike Patrick introduced a sponsored segment intending to highlight the biggest stories in college football. One of these, strangely, was a game that did not happen.
Eric Decker hauled in a game-winning touchdown catch after the Jets were gifted the ball in overtime thanks to a colossal screwup by the New England Patriots.
Kirk Cousins responded to a week of positive coverage, for once, by committing a huge blunder. His boner cost Washington a chance to get points; by inexplicably taking a knee with six seconds remaining, time ran out on the half—denying the Skins a shot at a quick touchdown and even the subsequent field goal…
Promoted tweets are never good, but they’re especially bad... here.
Props to BT Sport’s Reshmin Chowdhury for the quick rebound following her moment of spiritual distress, but even more props to the cameraman for not reminding her it was live.
Tanner Mangum has been a hero for the Cougars this season, but the BYU quarterback was missing in action late in the first half against Fresno State today after officials extended the period by a few seconds. BYU was forced to call a time out until their signal-caller could be located—which he was, eventually,…
The winless Philadelphia 76ers were down by nine to the Pacers Wednesday night. Intentionally or not, six Sixers walked onto the court. That’s not allowed.
Yesterday’s Jaguars-Ravens game ended with the Jags kicking a game-winning field goal on the final play of the game. According to an NFL spokesman, that play should have never happened, and the Ravens should have won.
It’s truly the most wonderful time of the year. Of course, I’m not talking about Christmas — it’s not even Thanksgiving yet. I’m talking about something way better. It’s the gift that keeps on giving. That’s right: it’s time for everyone to release their annual compilations of Nürburgring crashes. Enjoy!
This is why the celebratory Gatorade bath is usually a two-man operation:
This picture is clearly Fenway Park, right? It may be covered in a giant American flag, but the big-ass wall in left field is a pretty big hint. It apparently was not a big enough hint for the company in charge of printing the Washington Nationals’ 2016 calendar: