Have you seen Incredibles 2? If you liked 2004's The Incredibles, about a family of superheroes in a sort of midcentury-modern-flavored alternate universe America, you’ll likely enjoy its sequel very much. As you might expect from any big-budget sequel it’s a little less fresh than the original and bloated in ways…
A pretty goofy first half between Portugal and Spain ended with a huge momentum swing for Portugal thanks to a giant boner from Spanish goalie David de Gea, normally one of the best shot stoppers in the world.
Austin Langworthy will be credited with the 11th-inning walk-off homer, but it came with an assist from Auburn outfielder Steven Williams:
Houston’s Brian Barraza accumulated a massive lead on his opponents on the final lap of tonight’s NCAA national steeplechase final, only for disaster to strike in such a way that he ended up finishing outside the top eight.
J.R. Smith’s end-of-regulation blunder sparked a meme-worthy reaction from LeBron James, a harsh rebuke from the Cavaliers’ Spanish-language radio announcers, and left several other broadcasters baffled or even, themselves, believing Cleveland had won the game (that’s ESPN Radio’s Marc Kestecher with the complete…
Legendary fuckup J.R. Smith is doing his best to please audiences tonight, as the Cavs veteran dribbled out the clock instead of using his rebound of a missed George Hill free throw to score a would-be game-winner. Great work all around, everyone, and don’t forget that LeBron James led this team to the NBA Finals.
Loris Karius’s embarrassing blunder that led to the opening goal in today’s Champions League final may have put Real Madrid up for a short-lived 1-0 lead, but it’s a moment ESPN Deportes announcers appear they will remember for the rest of their lives:
The Mariners fortuitously escaped a jam in the fourth inning against the Astros today when Houston’s Evan Gattis made a Little League-level mistake and forgot how many outs there were, gifting Seattle a triple play.
It looked like the North Queensland Cowboys were about to pull off a come-from-behind win over the Brisbane Broncos in the National Rugby League today. Scott Bolton was about to cross the goal line for the winning try, but he was brutally tackled... by the goalpost.
Victor Oladipo and Kyrie Irving treated everyone to an enthralling late-game duel tonight, combining for 20 points in the final two minutes of the game and swapping huge threes down the stretch. The Pacers trailed for the first 47 minutes of the game and struggled to stop Boston in the first half (Jayson Tatum got…
Poor, poor, 18-year-old Mile Svilar made his debut for Benfica today in a game against one of the scariest teams in England. He became the youngest-ever Champions League keeper in the process, but more to the point, he made himself a target for Manchester United’s more experienced scorers.
The opening game of tonight’s Gold Cup action between Costa Rica and Panama seemed to be on a slow ride toward extra time*, but a Costa Rica free kick into the box led to a 77th minute own goal when the ball glanced of the top of Anibal Godoy’s head.
Before the start of Independiente Santa Fe and Santos FC Copa Libertadores group stage match on Wednesday night in Bogotá, Colombian club Santa Fe intended to honor former Santos player Alexandre de Carvalho Kaneko, who recently died. Instead, they memorialized current Santos striker Ricardo Oliveira, who was…
Newcastle United played Burton Albion yesterday in a match noteworthy only for one particularly galling error made by head referee Keith Stroud. These Sky Sports pundits discussing the mistake on air were just as bemused by the incident as the moment called for.
After trailing Northwestern for much of the afternoon, Vanderbilt looked as if they were going to do the nation a favor by coming from behind to knock the Wildcats out of their first-ever tournament in the first round. But, alas, it wasn’t to be. Vanderbilt went up by one point with just 17 seconds left—and then…
Arsenal took an early 1-0 lead on Bournemouth thanks to Steve Cook’s massive boner that Ian Darke called “X-rated”:
Ray-Ray McCloud’s 74-yard punt return went to waste after the Clemson returner dropped the football prior to crossing the goal line, handing possession back over to Troy with a touchback.
Mets outfielder Alejandro de Aza did nearly everything wrong tonight in the tenth inning of New York’s scoreless tie against the Braves: he botched the bunt, didn’t run it out, and then slid into first base—headfirst, even. Good job, good effort!
Transitioning from a bunch of Champions League games and a cup final to a relatively placid friendly against Malta can be a shock to the system. Rarely, however, does it result in such a hilarious, dumb own goal, like the one Bayern Munich star David Alaba scored on his own team this afternoon.