I’m a newly minted old person in a high-density city, so I don’t get in cars much anymore. But one of the quaint pleasantries of cruising around town was holding your hand out the window and letting the air guide it up and down like a chill, cool wave.
Helsinki-based KHL team Jokerit wrapped up a fairly easy first-round series victory over HC Sochi tonight. They won in five games on the back of teen phenom Eeli Tolvanen, who scored five goals to add to his 19 that he got in 49 regular season games (not to mention his three in the Olympics).
A California teen had the fantastic idea to spend two weeks terrorizing her dad with a confetti gun. We hope he enjoys his fame while it lasts, because Ellen DeGeneres is definitely going to fire a giant confetti cannon at him and give him a heart attack live on her show.
Pickerington Central’s (Ohio) Adrian Nelson, who’ll be a Detroit Titan next year, delivered a literally show-stopping highlight tonight in his game against Groveport Madison. Given the opportunity for a wide-open dunk, Nelson showed off his strength (and maybe some weakness in the Groveport gym) by collapsing the rim…
North Miami High’s Donte Innocent, who’s listed at just six feet tall, somehow gained the power of flight as he went for a chasedown block, completely devouring an opponent who probably though he had an easy bunny.
This is just a six-second video, but like any great Vine-length work of art, I’ve already slowed it down and watched it frame by frame multiple times, trying to parse its genius.
Coming to you from Decatur High School in Texas is what has to be one of the best amateur sports highlights of the year, courtesy of senior Autumn Finney. Finney covered an incredible distance to get to a lost-cause ball in the back, laid out with a dive, and somehow mustered enough power to return it across the court.
Our sports highlight of the day comes to us from a rowdy duo who no doubt wasted a lot of good apples in the pursuit of making this highly enjoyable video:
Teens with way too much time on their hands struggling to entertain themselves is a hallmark of summer. This can be a bad thing when those teens take their cues from dipshits like Jake Paul, but it can be a very good thing when it leads to something like a summer full of pool dunks. The Drive-By Dunk Challenge fits…
It seems like it would be fairly difficult to cheat in a cross country or track race. There’s little gamesmanship in foot racing. You show up, you run for the allotted distance, and you finish. It’s a punishingly simple sport, and unless you are doping, cheating is sort of impossible. Which is all to say, I’m…
Sabrina here didn’t know the answer to tonight’s Final Jeopardy! question about the Great Barrier Reef. That did not, however, stop her from chinning up, staring straight into the camera, and delivering the best answer of the night.
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…
On the grand spectrum of things to yell at an athlete, “I will literally give you $10 if you miss this shot” falls squarely on the funny side. The only way to make that heckle even better is to follow through on the promise, which is exactly what Marquette fan Jamey Schilling did:
You really have to have some balls as a goalkeeper to snatch a corner kick out of the air, immediately decide to book it towards the other net, punk your opposite number by knocking the ball around him, and finally kick the ball into the other net after taking it by yourself from one end of the field to the other.
While giving a speech to a gym full of kids at a youth camp, Michael Jordan encountered every 52-year-old man’s nightmare scenario: a teen with a deep understanding of internet memes.
This here is Quinn Nordin, and today he committed to Penn State. Below, you’ll find a video he and a friend put together announcing his commitment, set to “Coming Home.” It makes no real sense in the first place—he’s from Michigan—and involving some sort of small, fixed-wing aircraft makes it even more of a non…
Three things that are shit: Teenagers, Red Sox fans, and the city of Boston, a trash town that belongs in the dumpster. So I’m not entirely sure what to make of this:
You could say Richie Petitbon III's senior year took a dramatic turn.