The Pacers' Paul George Has Gradually Exploded All At Once

After two games in Miami, it's no longer assured that the Heat — reigning champs, winners of 27 straight in the regular season, top seed in the Eastern Conference, proud owners of fans like these — are going to dispatch the Indiana Pacers quickly, or for that matter, at all. The series is tied at a game apiece, and… » 5/25/13 7:46pm 5/25/13 7:46pm

Editor emeritus A.J. Daulerio was on Matt Ufford's SB Nation NFL Show this afternoon, with this tagline: "Wanna hear about Joe Buck, Eddie Vedder, and cocaine?" Ha ha, no, I mean, why would you? Go watch the interview here. » 4/02/13 2:05pm 4/02/13 2:05pm

The NFL Appears Totally Ready For An Openly Gay Player, So Long As You…

One of the most unintentionally hilarious sentences currently in print can be found on this SB Nation post by Robert Wheel, a.k.a. Bobby Big Wheel, called "What the NFL can do to support gay players." Beneath, a comma-spliced subhed reads: "The NFL is ready for a gay player, the problem is the rest of society." » 3/02/13 5:30pm 3/02/13 5:30pm

Spencer Hall, The Best College Football Writer In The Land, Will Take…

The great Spencer Hall, proprietor of Everyday Should Be Saturday, contributor to SBNation, co-host of the pornishly lit Shutdown Fullback show, is here to talk college football with you. Week 1 is here! » 8/29/12 2:00pm 8/29/12 2:00pm

Timberwolves Blogger Tim Allen Has Died

The sportswriting community has lost another one of its members. Tim Allen, a writer for CanisHoopus.com, an SBNation blog dedicated to the Minnesota Timberwolves, died on Monday night. He was 29. Canis Hoopus has more information, but few details are available at this time. » 8/08/12 12:35pm 8/08/12 12:35pm

Barkley Shut Up And Jam! Predicts The Thunder-Nuggets Series, And More

SB Nation's Jon Bois has gone and done something brilliant again: a complete simulation of the first round of the NBA playoffs, using "the worst" — or is it best? — of 1990s basketball video games. [SB Nation] » 4/15/11 3:15pm 4/15/11 3:15pm