Last night Giannis Antetokounmpo pulled off the move that is quickly becoming his signature, gathering his dribble behind the three-point line, taking two steps, and laying the ball in. That is at least 22 feet covered in just two steps, with Antetokounmpo using his incredibly long limbs to make plays that are…
Here's a good example of a thing that is particularly cool about the NBA: the way one spectacular play can set off a chain reaction of events that crescendos with an entire arena losing its collective mind.
In the final moments of Louisville's win over Duke, Chane Behanan put on Kevin Ware's #5 jersey.
Ninth-seeded Wichita State continued a stunning run through the NCAA Tournament, downing second-seeded Ohio State despite nearly losing a 20-point second-half lead. It's the first appearance in the Final Four for a Missouri Valley Conference team since Larry Bird led Indiana State to the national title game in 1979.
Hurricane Sandy devastated the Rockaway Peninsula, destroying homes and flooding the region. Residents found themselves scattered to wherever shelter might be found, and schools closed indefinitely.
Now that everyone's discovered the insanity of the VCA, videos from this year's edition are starting to emerge. Yep, it's still terrifying, and yep, there are still dogs on the course.
This video's actually from the 2010 Valparaiso Cerro Abajo race through the narrow, mountainous streets of Valparaiso, Chile. But we're just seeing it now, and you need to see it too. Grab your Dramamine.