This is a nice little story about some great undone business of Deadspin, and an allegory about male delusions of competence.
At 12:56 p.m. today, an email appeared in my inbox. I could not make heads or tails of it, but resolved to be a “team player” and figure it out without anyone’s help, including Google.
A gentleman named Chase emailed in to Jezspin Day because he REALLY wants to know what us ladyfolk think of the new short shorts that basketball men are sporting these days. Chase, this sports blog is for you.
Honey, you can’t make it to the top without at some point scraping the cold, hard bottom. For the Portland Trail Blazers, their highest high (not a pun) came during the 1999-2000 NBA season, which they rode all the way to the Western Conference finals for the second year in a row, and almost made it to the very end.…
WAGS is a television program on the E! Entertainment network about a bunch of hot Instagram enthusiasts and their relationships with middling professional athletes who mostly play for teams in Florida.
It’s time to crash Deadspin’s ongoing series surveying the awful shows you’re forced to endure before you can finally kick the kids out of the TV room
to watch sports for eight hours to watch reruns of The Americans.
I feel like I learned a lot today. You? Want to talk about it?
Here’s a bear you know!
This has been a crazy year for sports—and an even crazier year for youth sports. These kids are knocking it out of the park.
Vicki Gunvalson got nailed in the head by a football during the fourth season of Bravo’s Real Housewives of Orange County. I don’t know why Deadspin hasn’t covered it before now.
On April 1, in the Year of Our Lord 2016, a man finally achieved adequacy. We gave him a trophy, and surprise-interviewed him about this historic achievement.
I love watching sports live, but I also love to relive the magic of a great play or a brutal block over and over again.
I have a lot of respect for people’s sexual preferences and mostly think they’re not to be questioned so long as everyone involved is a consenting adult. That being said, I’m pretty sure most of you straight dudes would have sex with The Rock, even if publicly you say that you wouldn’t.
Lebron has been out of his element in his present situation, it’s safe to say, and sources say he needs to find a new home.
The Bachelor franchise is successful because viewers experience a light but undeniable catharsis from watching other people humiliate themselves.
In an embarrassing lack of judgement, Turner Broadcasting announced it’d be replacing Luther Vandross’ iconic version of “One Shining Moment” as their NCAA theme song last week. But once the all important Auntie and smooth R&B contingent weighed in, TBS realized their grave mistake.
A man smashed some pads last night, or— as is apparently another way to say this—“blasted some mitts.”
PROGRAMMING NOTE: Drew is on vacation, and Jezebel is running Deadspin today. I am running Funbag with a little help from some old Deadspin friends.
Can’t watch Carol in the middle of the day? How sad for you. Follow along as I spend the next hour and 58 minutes rewatching the classic tale of two women desperate to score, while living in a society that refuses to support players who switch teams.