Hey man, we don’t want this weak shit! Give us The Winds Of Winter! Let’s see some pages!
This afternoon, a reader sent us the above photo of Kings center DeMarcus Cousins enjoying his day off in Boston. Here is the story of that photo:
#DaddyWillSaveUs, the pro-Donald Trump art show put on this weekend by Milo Yiannopoulos, Lucian Wintrich, Martin Shkreli, and Gavin McInnes, was pretty anti-climactic. After they had been thrown out of The Boiler gallery in Williamsburg, the bad boys of conservatism went scrambling for another venue, renting an empty…
We haven’t heard from race-baiting troll and New York Post sports columnist Phil Mushnick in a while. He had a Colin Kaepernick take this evening. It will absolutely not surprise you. It’s entitled “Why Colin Kaepernick Is Wrong: It’s Not A Black-And-White Issue.” Like, I said, no surprises to be found here.
Last night, the Sacramento Kings selected Georgios Papagiannis with the 13th pick in the NBA Draft. The Kings, who have two guards under contract, passed on the only prospect to work out for them (Wade Baldwin) to draft a player who ESPN had going in the second round and Draft Express ranked as the 50th-best prospect.…
Just so we’re all clear, there’s a big Star Wars: The Force Awakens spoiler down here. Okay? All clear?
Tickets went on sale today for next summer’s European soccer championship, and to help promote the sale UEFA is running a Twitter campaign that lets users create a “supporter’s badge.”
Arsenal beat Chelsea 1-0 today to win their second straight Community Shield, and it appears Chelsea manager José Mourinho has about as much use for the match as the rest of us. Here he is avoiding congratulating rival manager Arsène Wenger and then throwing his second-place medal up into the crowd.
If you get your music news and gossip from mainstream sources, you'll pick someone other than Attila frontman Chris Fronzak for your 2014 Troll of the Year Award, and you will have made the wrong choice. Your heart may be in the right place. Or, more likely, you've never heard of this guy or the band of Atlanta…
Over the weekend, a game developer in Boston named Brianna Wu fled her home after an online stalker vowed to rape and kill her. She isn't the first woman who's been forced into hiding by aggrieved video game fans associated with Gamergate, the self-styled reform movement that's become difficult to ignore over the…
Warning to anyone reading Deadspin from work: Some misguided trolls have taken it upon themselves to spam our comments with shock-gore images, apparently in retaliation for what some other misguided trolls have been doing to our friends at Jezebel. We're cleaning it up as best we can, but be aware that comments are…
MSNBC's Krystal Ball couldn't foresee being called a "dumbass" by a prankster posing as an eyewitness to today's MH17 flight disaster, even after the guest—claiming to be stationed at the U.S. embassy in Kiev—claimed the plane was shot down by "a blast of wind from Howard Stern's ass."
One would imagine that L.J. Hoes has heard roughly 10,000 different variations of "Haha, your last name is Hoes!" over the course of his life, and that his patience for people who mock his name is understandably low. But last night on Twitter, Hoes showed us all how to calmly and constructively deal with the haters.
Here's U.S. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid talking shit about the USC Trojans' football team. [SportsGrid]
New UFC middleweight champion Chris Weidman will fight former champ Anderson Silva in December in a rematch of last Saturday's globally televised exhibition of master-class trolling. [ESPN]
Anderson Silva is a genius, the best fighter in the history of mixed martial arts. It’s tempting to compare him to more familiar athletes in more familiar sports, if just to give some fixed point of reference, but that would diminish him. He’s strange and unique and deserves to be thought of that way.