This video comes to us from reader Bruce, a Cleveland Cavaliers fan who was very excited to see his team win Game 7 of the NBA Finals. Bruce, in a state of bliss, did a lot of jumping and yelling after the final buzzer, and that is sometimes a dangerous thing to do when only wearing flip flops.
Are you charmed? Are you alarmed?
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.…
Here we have Tyrell Clary, a freshman forward who plays for Wallace State in the Alabama Community College Conference, putting on a little dunk show for some school children. Some of the children enjoyed the show more than others:
Justin Upton won a game for the Tigers with a walk-off tater in the 12th inning last night. It was an impressive dinger, to be sure, but we’re here to talk about the way Tigers shortstop Jose Iglesias chose to celebrate it:
Video game extravaganza E3 wrapped up this afternoon, after three days of long lines, true love, on-stage derp, legitimate video game news, and the greatest redhead in NBA history laying waste to any fool bold enough to challenge him in Street Fighter. While Bill Walton’s son Luke was prepping for Game 6, his dad has…
Knowing that Wales just lost 2-1 to England thanks to a stoppage-time goal from Daniel Sturridge, you might assume that the cameras spotted this emotional Wales fan right after the killing blow was made.
Nobody likes trick shot videos anymore. If you watch enough bros in backwards hats throw a football into a moving trash can or whatever and yell, “Bro, sick!” as the beat drops, you’ll eventually find yourself wanting to flee the earth to live in outer space. But thanks to the power of memes, trick shot videos do…
You’ve probably gone through your life without ever once considering that there is a small child somewhere out there who could easily dispatch you in one-on-one combat. Well, get ready to do some considering, tough guy:
Last night, Giants first baseman Brandon Belt launched a home run into the bay just beyond his home ballpark’s right-field fence. These homer are known as Splash Hits in San Francisco, and the team keeps track of how many have been hit with a big counter on the outfield wall. Belt’s dinger was the 69th Splash…
This moment, via Zach Harper, is a lot to take in:
These clips come to us from a high school baseball game between Henry Sibley High and South St. Paul in St. Paul, Minn. Sibley High junior Dan O’Reilly is here to teach us all how to deal with a shot to the dick and balls with great aplomb.
The NFL’s official Twitter account got hacked today, and the rapscallion who did it handled things pretty well, choosing to tweet the insane but not totally implausible news that Roger Goodell had died. This got us thinking, what’s the best prank to pull in a situation like that?
Podcast host J.J. Redick has a cute kid who, sadly, appears to have world historic trouble with unseating a tennis ball from a t-ball stand.
Sam Thaiday, who plays for the Brisbane Broncos in the Australian rugby league, scored a sideline interview after a recent victory over New South Wales. He came prepared with a curveball of an answer.
If you’re in a hot dog race, there are no rules. You have to look out for your safety at all times, and not, say, turn around to celebrate only for a passing ballplayer to own you with a vicious shoulder check.
Chris Sale didn’t pitch today against the Mets, but he did have time for a little pregame rock-paper-scissors with an autograph-seeking Mets fan. My man lost, like the White Sox have in his last two starts, and he graciously signed the autograph.
Reddit user PARTYxDIRTYDAN was feeling pretty confident about the Oklahoma City Thunder’s chances against the Golden State Warriors. Even after the Warriors came storming back to win Game 6 on Saturday night, our man was feeling strong enough to promise that he’d eat his shirt if the Warriors went on to win the…
Some rapscallion at last night’s Dodgers game threw a paper airplane onto the field. Reds first baseman Joey Votto was not amused by this tomfoolery: