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  • The Stat Line Of The Night — 6/9/11 — Dirk Nowitzki

    The Stat Line Of The Night — 6/9/11 — Dirk Nowitzki

    No matter what the outcome, the Dallas Mavericks knew that they were playing their final home game of the season last night and they made the most of it.  Leading the charge, as always, was Dirk Nowitzki. It may not have been Dirk’s best offensive output of the season.  Heck, last night’s performance may not […]

  • Picture Of The Day: Derp Throwing Face

    Picture Of The Day: Derp Throwing Face

    Bill Simmons coined the term “Manning Face” to describe the expression one often finds on the face of Peyton or Eli Manning following a frustrating or disgusting play, such as an interception.  With his new website “Grantland” now taking the internet by storm, we have another quarterback’s face that Simmons may want to take a […]

  • 9 Coaches With Trademark Fashions

    9 Coaches With Trademark Fashions

    At most sporting events, there is little opportunity for the principals to really flex much muscle in the arena of fashion because, quite simply, all the players are wearing uniforms. Well, the coaches don’t have to. Except in baseball. And baseball managers look ridiculous in uniforms. In the more advanced sports, coaches don’t have to […]

  • This Day In Sports History (June 9th) – World Cup 20066

    This Day In Sports History (June 9th) – World Cup 20066

    It was on this day in 2006 that the 18th FIFA World Cup began in Germany.  The tournament started with the host team Germany beating Costa Rica 4-2 in the highest scoring opening match in the history of the competition. This World Cup marked the first time since 1982 that all four semi-finalists were from […]

  • The Stat Line Of The Night — 6/8/11 — Tim Thomas

    The Stat Line Of The Night — 6/8/11 — Tim Thomas

    Should the Boston Bruins go on to defeat the Vancouver Canucks and capture the Stanley Cup, there will be little debate as to who should receive the Conn Smythe Trophy, which is awarded to the most valuable player in the playoffs.  When it comes to the Bruins’, no one has been more valuable than goaltender […]

  • Watch Mike Tyson Analyze NBA Tattoos On “Jimmy Kimmel Live” (Video)

    Watch Mike Tyson Analyze NBA Tattoos On “Jimmy Kimmel Live” (Video)

    After watching this clip of Mike Tyson analyzing the tattoos of different NBA players on “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” I can’t help but think that I can watch Iron Mike do just about anything, from knocking people out to dancing with Wayne Brady, and enjoy every bit of it. During the segment, which they appropriately refer […]

  • Young Asian Kid Is A Drifting Master (Video)

    Young Asian Kid Is A Drifting Master (Video)

    I’m not quite sure if teaching your kid to drift at such a young age is a good idea, but that didn’t seem to stop these parents from doing just that. Not only has this kid perfected the art of drifting, but he is already using his skills to pick up the ladies.  I guess […]

  • The Stat Line Of The Night — 6/7/11 — Carlos Carrasco

    The Stat Line Of The Night — 6/7/11 — Carlos Carrasco

    Much of the Cleveland Indians success this season has been the result of some great offense, but with their bats quieting down during a five-game losing streak, it was the pitching of starter Carlos Carassco that helped them break out of their recent slump. Carassco was dominant during last night’s game against the Minnesota Twins, […]

  • Girlfriend’s Boobs Exposed At Rugby Game (Video)

    Girlfriend’s Boobs Exposed At Rugby Game (Video)

    Boobs and sports.  It doesn’t get much better than that, does it? This guy in the video below knows what we are talking about, and he decided to use his girlfriend to give us a little taste of that incredible combination.  We’d also like to thank his girlfriend for being such a good sport after […]

  • 5 Reasons to Kill the BCS

    5 Reasons to Kill the BCS

    The reasons to drop the BCS system have been bandied about since the program was instituted. I’ve never heard a compelling argument in favor of the current system. In fact, I’ve never heard anyone except athletic administrators and BCS “officials” (whatever the hell they do) even try to validate the system. And their reasons stem […]

  • The Stat Line Of The Night — 6/6/11 — Brennan Boesch

    The Stat Line Of The Night — 6/6/11 — Brennan Boesch

    Two of the hottest teams in the Majors hooked up last night in Texas as the Rangers hosted the streaking Detroit Tigers.  With the Cleveland Indians slumping as of late, the Tigers have managed to climb right back into the hunt for top spot in the AL Central, and they gained some more ground last […]

  • This Silicone Wang May Be The Key To Winning In Sports (Video)

    This Silicone Wang May Be The Key To Winning In Sports (Video)

    Most coaches will tell you that the key to winning in sports is practice, hard work and dedication.  That is because most coaches have never heard about Dildo Sports, “the first strap-on athletic accessory that helps you play hard and win big!” Dildo Sport may appear to be nothing more than a strap-on dildo, but […]

  • 9 Olympic Flash-In-The-Pans

    9 Olympic Flash-In-The-Pans

    It’s hard to call any Olympic athlete a “flash in the pan.” First off, they clearly had a lot of success to get to the Olympic games. Secondly, the inability to achieve Olympic success doesn’t necessarily mean that one hasn’t achieved lot of success in other venues. However, there have been plenty of athletes that […]

  • Fan Gets Hit By Sebastien Buemi’s F1 Race Car (Video)

    Fan Gets Hit By Sebastien Buemi’s F1 Race Car (Video)

    Hurdling over stationary hurdles may be difficult and dangerous enough for some, but not for this daring Japanese boy, who decided it would be a good idea to try hurdling over Sebastien Buemi’s Formula 1 race car as it cruised down a track at approximately 20 mph during a Red Bull F1 Exhibition in Japan. […]