As the internet mutates, so does the way we consume highlights of sick slams, huge homers, and stuff that happens in football. If YouTube killed SportsCenter and GIFs closed the casket, then Vine danced on its grave.
I am inconsolable. My body is wrapped around the base of the toilet in my office’s handicapped bathroom stall heaving and shaking. What do you do when you’ve lost your best friend?
You thought there weren’t any good sports on this afternoon? No. Wrong. This is the best sports highlight of the day.
Boston College head football coach Steve Addazio hasn't uploaded anything to his Vine account in over a year. That is very sad, because before abandoning the medium, Addazio spent one fateful day in June of 2013 creating some of the best Vines I have ever seen.
If there's one thing better than a wonderful goal in soccer, it's reliving it over, and over, and over, and over. Preferably in slow-mo. Ideally as a looped GIF. And almost certainly sourced from social media. But sadly, the UK's Premier League is stamping out all such behavior.
There is plenty to miss about the Bay Area, if you are ever fortunate enough to live there and then unfortunate enough to leave—the burritos, the vistas, the A's, the tech-doofus-dystopia hijinks, the absurdly temperate weather. ("At least you're part of the national conversation," crowed a sunny-and-65 San Francisco…
We pick up last night's game between Evergreen and Camas, in a Washington State high school district tournament, with two seconds left and Evergreen down two.
Well, the guy who posted this Vine says it is. And if it ain't, it's mesmerizing all the same.
There's just a lot going on here.
Important hockey news!
Some blessed, benevolent soul who we only know as YouTube user Eric S has gone and created what will undoubtedly be the best 11 minutes and 38 seconds of your day—a compilation video of the best Vines of 2013 so far. And you're going to wish it never had to end.
The problem with doing something this awesome is knowing that your life has peaked and it's all downhill from here.
They're not good dancers. (Click the image to start the party.) But that's not the point.
Five times in a row, and it's still funny.
Andre Drummond, coming off a promising rookie year in Detroit, went to town all over Chris Brown and his detestable self at a Los Angeles gym yesterday. Vine time:
Pretty cool Vine, Russell Westbrook:
The A's adopted the Bernie Lean as their rally dance last year, and it seems to have been worked. After Coco Crisp introduced the clubhouse to the song (actually, two songs: "Moving Like Berney" by ISA and "Bernie Lean" by ATM & IMD), and adopted the latter as his walk-up music, Oakland went on a late-season tear to…