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  • The Stat Line of the Night – 12/1/10 – Russell Westbrook

    The Stat Line of the Night – 12/1/10 – Russell Westbrook

    The Oklahoma City Thunder went east to take on the New Jersey Nets last night, and they were without superstar Kevin Durant. That made things a little more difficult for the Thunder..Like three-times more difficult. The Thunder and Nets battled it out into triple-overtime before the Thunder prevailed 123-120. Russell Westbrook was everywhere on this […]

  • Blind 11-Year-Old Gymnast Is An Inspiration To Us All (Video)

    Blind 11-Year-Old Gymnast Is An Inspiration To Us All (Video)

    Meet Lola Walters.  To those who do not know her, she appears to be just another young female gymnast looking to someday represent her country at the Olympic Games.  But to those who do know Lola, there is much more to her than meets the eye. Lola was born legally blind.  But instead of seeing […]

  • 21 Great Moments in Sports-Related Cleavage

    21 Great Moments in Sports-Related Cleavage

    I’ve been sent on a mythical quest. I’m off to find the whitest of white whales: female athlete cleavage. When they’re not flat-chested, they’re often covered up by softball jerseys or basketball jerseys. So that allows tennis, volleyball, golf, and track to rise up and provide to us the skimpy outfits that give us a […]

  • The Stat Line of the Night — 11/30/10 — Danny Granger

    The Stat Line of the Night — 11/30/10 — Danny Granger

    The Indiana Pacers are one of the surprise teams in the NBA this season, thanks in no small part to their budding superstar Danny Granger.  Battling the flu last night, Granger was able to lift his team past the Sacramento Kings on the road, 107-98.  the Kings threw everything they had at him, giving him […]

  • 2010 NFL Fantasy Football: Weekly Waiver Wire (Week 13)

    2010 NFL Fantasy Football: Weekly Waiver Wire (Week 13)

    With only one week remaining before the fantasy playoffs begin, now is the time to give your team that final boost before you make a run for the league championship.  Hopefully you are not one of the owners that was affected by key injuries to Adrian Peterson and Frank Gore, but even if you weren’t, […]

  • High School Hockey Player Scores, Presses The Easy Button (Video)

    High School Hockey Player Scores, Presses The Easy Button (Video)

    When David Goodwin of De Smet Jesuit High School’s varsity hockey team toe-dragged the puck into the center of the ice and roofed it over the opposing goaltender, he couldn’t have made it look any easier.  And in an effort to ensure that everyone in attendance was aware of just how easy scoring that goal […]

  • Picture Of The Day: The Sky Is The Limit

    Picture Of The Day: The Sky Is The Limit

    Watching professional athletes compete at high levels every day may cause some people to take for granted some of the basic abilities that many of us share, such as walking and running.  Unfortunately, there are those that were born without such abilities, but rather than use their so-called “disabilities” as an excuse, some individuals use […]

  • The Breakfast of Champions: 15 Iconic (and, or Ironic) Wheaties Boxes

    The Breakfast of Champions: 15 Iconic (and, or Ironic) Wheaties Boxes

    “Better eat your Wheaties,” was once a common response to a child saying they wished to be a professional athlete. Originally, it was a marketing slogan, but it became a popular refrain, which must have put the Wheaties ad guys on cloud nine. Few products are so closely linked with champions (sorry, Buick) as Wheaties, […]

  • The Stat Line of the Night — 11/29/10 — Russell Westbrook

    The Stat Line of the Night — 11/29/10 — Russell Westbrook

    Kevin Durant may be the new young face of the NBA and an MVP candidate, but he may not even be the best player on his team.  Russell Westbrook has been having an outstanding start to the season and some say he may be more of a reason for the Thunder’s success than even Durant himself.  […]

  • 2010 Fantasy Football: Monday NFL Rewind (Week 12)

    2010 Fantasy Football: Monday NFL Rewind (Week 12)

    With three games being played on Thanksgiving Day, and a total of six games being played later on in the afternoon and evening on Sunday, that left Sunday’s one o’clock slate with only six games, but what an amazing six games they turned out to be.  Of those six games, five were decided by four […]

  • Two Entertaining Crashes From The 2010 Race Of Champions (Videos)

    Two Entertaining Crashes From The 2010 Race Of Champions (Videos)

    While Filipe Albuquerque, Michael Schumacher and Sebastian Vettel were all able to come away from the 2010 Race of Champions in Düsseldorf, Germany with a piece of the prize, both Heikki Kovalainen and Michèle Mouton were just happy to escape the weekend without any serious injuries. Albuquerque would go on to win the “Champion of […]

  • The Stat Line of the Night — 11/28/10 — Jay Cutler

    The Stat Line of the Night — 11/28/10 — Jay Cutler

    The Bears have one of the best records in football, although they have been regarded by many as a team undeserving of their record for most of the season, and with good reason.  They have some glaring weaknesses and have gotten some lucky breaks against the few good teams they have played.  The Bears quarterback, […]

  • Wide Right! (GIF)

    Wide Right! (GIF)

    Wow!….I mean,….Wow! This may be just about the most poorly coordinated kid I have ever seen in my life.  I can understand misjudging the take-off and missing that jump by a few inches, but this kid is so far off that he almost misses the entire landing mat.  And to think that mat is placed […]