The Cleveland Cavaliers took a 100-60 lead into the fourth quarter of tonight’s Eastern Conference finals game, and that’s all you need to know and all I’ll say about what’s happening on the court. Or at least with the basketball players on the court, because this bald-headed Cavs fan got into a funny little shouting…
Warriors fans got to enjoy their team winning a championship last year then 73 regular season games this year, so they’re understandably shaken up by their team’s unfolding capitulation to the mighty Oklahoma City Thunder. When fans become Mad Online, they tend to threaten violence upon haters, doubters, and really…
Miguel Cabrera is on one right now. He’s hit five dingers in his last 13 at-bats, including a pair off poor Vincent Velasquez tonight, who gave up four longballs in four innings pitched. Cabrera went opposite field in the first inning, then inspired a rather friendly celebration with his second homer in the fifth.…
Liverpool are currently taking on Sevilla in the Europa League final. Seeing how important this game is for both clubs, it’s no wonder many fans made the trek to Basel to support their team in person. Like this Liverpool fan, for instance, who seems to be enjoying himself:
The Oakland A’s, who are cool and good, beat the most pugilistic team in the AL West, the Texas Rangers, thanks to a great start from Sean Manaea and another dinger from Marcus Semien. Someone had to win, so that’s not that impressive, but the catch this little fan made, which was so good his dad spun around in awe,…
As far as baseball fans catching objects go, Tigers fans are probably having the best season in baseball. A dude caught five foul balls in a single game last month, and while A’s fans have been good foul ball defenders all year, a jolly-looking man put the Tigers firmly in the lead this evening with this bat catch.
Sure, relegation from the top division sucks. We get that. But seriously, Eskişehirspor fans? Setting the stadium on fire? That’s what’s hot in the streets? Really?
Fox Sports was live in Munich to cover Bayern’s celebration after this morning’s Bundesliga season wrap-up matches, and reporter Rhiannon Jones got a scare as a very large home supporter approached the camera—only to be scooted along by a security guard half his size. Good times, Bavaria.
The Cubs, an extremely good baseball team, are currently beating the hell out of the Pittsburgh Pirates, thanks in part to a three-run dong that old man David Ross jacked in the fifth inning. Ross’s homer was nice, but what we are really here to discuss is this fan:
Right now, West Ham and Manchester United should be well into a crucial Premier League match, the final one at West Ham’s famed Boleyn Ground stadium. Instead, police postponed the game for 45 minutes because West Ham fans went crazy United’s team bus:
The gruesome stomping out you see above was just one instance of fan violence that occurred during this weekend’s CSA vs. CRB rivalry match. After the game ended 0-1 in favor of CRB, which won them the local state championship at stake, dozens of opposing fans streamed onto the pitch and started fighting:
Roberto Castro lost this weekend’s PGA tour event at Quail Hollow in a playoff after landing a shot on 18 off a spectator’s face and into another spectator’s empty shoe:
Aston Villa supporters interrupted today’s match against Newcastle with a flood of beach balls, sex dolls, and other inflatables as the last-place team prepares for relegation from the Premiership.
The Tour of the Gila is one of the hardest bike races in North America. Riders have to contend with heat, mountains, thoroughly unglamorous sleeping conditions, and, apparently, kamikaze dogs. Yesterday afternoon during stage 1, Zack Allison of Elevate Cycling crashed into a pile of riders who had fallen because a dog…
Pittsburgh Pirates starter Gerrit Cole had a grand time at Game 4 of Capitals-Penguins Wednesday night. The pitcher was so relentless with his boos for the visiting team, security stepped in and told him to take it down a notch.
Everyone knows that these ASU sorority sisters are the highest practitioners of the baseball selfie, but this Miami bro—clearly motivated to show his stuff against their beloved Diamondbacks—made lemonade when Brandon Drury crashed into his zone.
That stadium is not on fire. It is merely fans making sure the Polish Cup kicked off with an immolation.
Nascent Blues fan Anthony Holmes, who learned about hockey when he watched Game 7 of Blackhawks-Blues last week, was St. Louis’s guest for Tuesday’s Game 3 against the Dallas Stars. He had better seats than you’ll ever have.