Atlanta Hawks guard Dennis Schröder was down a veneer after he ran into the knee of the Trail Blazers’ Meyers Leonard in Monday night’s game. Schröder made sure that he didn’t misplace the departed piece of his tooth by putting it in his sock.
Blues winger Ryan Reaves performed a little dental self-surgery on the bench last night, pulling out a loosened tooth after getting mushed into the glass by Brent Seabrook. After he finished his shift, of course.
There are no classrooms that teach you basic hygiene growing up. Your parents may do what they can, but a surprising number of people make it to adulthood with gaps in their knowledge. We're here to help fill those gaps.
I don't totally understand why gamers seem to be so into filming themselves while they play video games these days, but after coming across this wonderful moment in human history, I am very glad that they do so.
Here's a great and gross story about NHL dentists, and oh my god what's that thing lodged in Ryan Callahan's jawbone?
You should probably go ahead and not watch this if you're squeamish. Yes, the tooth was part of a bridge, so the pain might have been minimal, but self-dentistry is never pleasant.
We all kind of cringed/wretched a little bit when Islanders captain John Tavares yanked out one his front teeth right there on the bench a few weeks ago. So (ugh) let's re-live (gulp) it by checking out (covers eyes) what his mouth looks like now (runs away from computer).
Seattle wide receiver Doug Baldwin didn't play in the Seahawks' week three win over the Packers—you know the one—because of what was generally described as a "shoulder injury." The Seahawks listed Baldwin as "questionable" as late as game day. That's the injury Baldwin almost played with over there, tweeted out by…
Yesterday's Ryder Cup meltdown at Medinah—already the fodder for Taiwanese animation mockery—prompted rowdy European fans to go crazy in their celebration of what the British press is already calling one of the great sports comebacks in history. We don't blame the Euros for getting excited, but we do hope this man…
My kid lost her first tooth a while back. The tooth was a stubborn little bastard, sitting there wiggling for weeks before finally breaking away from her gums and dangling there by a small thread of connective tissue. My kid refused to give the tooth one final yank to get it out, which drove me nuts. All I wanted to…
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Rick Reilly, Aug. 30: "Peyton Manning will keep his streak alive. If you think he's going to miss a start because of a neck problem, you've been chugging paint thinner. This guy hasn't missed a start since 1994 at Tennessee. Do you know how long ago it was when Manning didn't start for the Colts? Google was two days…
Not to nitpick or anything, but 13 of the "tweets" in Rick Reilly®'s awful "Things I'd Tweet If I Didn't Hate Tweeting" are longer than 140 characters.
When he isn't squirting various hypothetical juices in various hypothetical eyes, Rick Reilly® is usually recycling his own material. Yesterday's column finds him complaining about golf's picayune rules. Again.
"Anyway, it's not an important story," Rick Reilly writes in his latest, which, like all Reilly efforts, is basically a kitten-hanging-from-a-tree-limb poster expressed in words, "just one that squirts apple juice right in your face." Hmm. Sound familiar?
Rick Reilly has farted out a new book, Sports from Hell, and ESPN has a sampling: "Q: What wears one glove, chases queens, and isn't Michael Jackson? A: A chess boxer." [ESPN]
We're told that Rick Reilly's next ESPN The Magazine column will be his last for the magazine, which means he will now annoy the world on only two ESPN media platforms instead of three. Progress!