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  • 11 Worst Moments in Toronto Maple Leafs History

    11 Worst Moments in Toronto Maple Leafs History

    Last week, just about 10 days before the hurried start of the shortened and condensed 48-game 2013 NHL season, the richest and most valuable team in the league did a very strange thing: the Toronto Maple Leafs threw their entire organizational structure into disarray by firing loudmouth GM Brian Burke. In fairness, Burke had been […]

  • Cricket Fan Makes Great One-Handed Catch Without Dropping His Food (Video)

    Cricket Fan Makes Great One-Handed Catch Without Dropping His Food (Video)

    Winter is a tough time for hardcore baseball fans. But here’s some good news for all you baseball-loving  folks out there: pitchers and catchers report in just four weeks. And if four weeks still seems like an eternity to you, well then how about this—today we’ve got a very baseball-like cricket highlight from Australia. Heck, […]

  • Lance Armstrong Admits PED Use To Oprah

    Lance Armstrong Admits PED Use To Oprah

    Apparently Lance Armstrong finally saw the writing on the wall: everyone knows he used performance enhancing drugs to win his seven Tour de France titles. Time to stop lying through his teeth and ask for forgiveness. So where does one go in this day and age to ask for such forgiveness? To a church confessional? […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 1/14/2013 — Russell Westbrook

    Stat Line of the Night — 1/14/2013 — Russell Westbrook

    The Oklahoma City Thunder visited Phoenix on Tuesday looking to become the first team in the NBA to reach 30 wins on the season.  And they would accomplish that feat, thanks in large part to the performances put forth by their two superstars. Leading the way in the points category was Kevin Durant, who scored […]

  • 13 Biggest NFL Playoff Chokes

    13 Biggest NFL Playoff Chokes

    On Saturday night, Peyton Manning and the mighty Denver Broncos lost to Ray Lewis and the Baltimore Ravens, and pretty much immediately people were calling it one the biggest chokes in NFL playoff history. But was it? Sure, the Broncos were the #1 seed in the AFC. Yes they were led by one of the […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 1/13/2013 — Shane Vereen

    Stat Line of the Night — 1/13/2013 — Shane Vereen

    When the New England Patriots and the Houston Texans met at Gillette Stadium during week 14 of this season, it was Tom Brady who emerged as the star of the show, throwing for 296 yards and four touchdowns during the Pats’ 41-14 victory.  And while the Pro Bowl quarterback had another impressive showing against the […]

  • 11 Big Questions Heading Into the 2013 NHL Season

    11 Big Questions Heading Into the 2013 NHL Season

    Well here’s something I didn’t think I was going to get to write this year—a list of the biggest storylines for the upcoming NHL season. Just three weeks ago I had pretty much given up all hope that the groundless and maddening NHL lockout would ever end. Now here I am, very pleasantly surprised to […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 1/10/2013 — Paul George

    Stat Line of the Night — 1/10/2013 — Paul George

    In the world of fantasy basketball, Paul George is what we like to call, “a stat filler.” Why do we refer to the Pacers’ forward as a “stat-filler,” you ask?  Take last night’s game against the New York Knicks, for example, as George was filling the stat sheet to the tune of 24 points, 11 […]

  • 25 Best GIFs of the 2012-13 College Football Bowl Season

    25 Best GIFs of the 2012-13 College Football Bowl Season

    Now that all the Bowls have been played and the college football season is officially over, it’s time for teams to start thinking about next year. But me? I’m not still thinking about this year, and in particular about the highs and lows of the bowl season. And if you’re still stuck on that too, […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 1/9/2013 — Brandon Jennings

    Stat Line of the Night — 1/9/2013 — Brandon Jennings

    The Milwaukee Bucks were able to win their first game under interim coach Jim Boylan, and they were looking to make it two in a row when they visited the Chicago Bulls on Wednesday night.  Doing so wouldn’t be easy against a Bulls team that ranks third in the league in opposition scoring, but their defense […]