Sports Lists

  • 20 Greatest Playoff Beards in NHL History

    20 Greatest Playoff Beards in NHL History

    The Stanley Cup Playoffs are upon us. And for most NHL players, that means it is time to ditch the razors and embrace pogonotrophy—or the art cultivating facial hair.  Of course, not every NHL player can grow manly beard worthy of being commemorated in an oil painting or sculpture. And although these lesser men will try valiantly to grow one […]

  • 25 Andrew Wiggins GIFs That Will Leave You Thinking the Cavs Might Have Made a Huge Mistake

    25 Andrew Wiggins GIFs That Will Leave You Thinking the Cavs Might Have Made a Huge Mistake

    This list of Andrew Wiggins GIFs probably gives the Cleveland Cavaliers some mixed emotions. On the one hand, the GIFs restore the reputation of their front office, proving that they do actually know what they’re doing, and that wasting the number one pick in 2013 on Anthony Bennett was a one-time error in judgement. So this must make the Cavs happy. On the other hand, these […]

  • 12 Reasons to Get Pumped About the 2015 Stanley Cup Playoffs

    12 Reasons to Get Pumped About the 2015 Stanley Cup Playoffs

    The 2015 Stanley Cup Playoffs get underway on Wednesday, and if you’re not already excited, you need to get excited right now. This is the greatest competition in professional sports we’re talking about here. And no, that’s not just my opinion. It’s actually a scientific fact proven by mathematical research and sport blog listicles, and if you […]

  • 9 Oldest and Youngest Masters Champions

    9 Oldest and Youngest Masters Champions

    On Sunday in Georgia, 21-year-old Jordan Spieth won the 2015 Masters. Born in 1993, our current Masters champion has never lived in a world without Quentin Tarantino or Nirvana, and he has only been able to (legally) drink beer since last July. However, while Spieth is among the youngest Masters champions, he is not the only one to surprise Masters […]

  • The 5 Worst (And 4 Best) Aspects of The Masters

    The 5 Worst (And 4 Best) Aspects of The Masters

    To say The Masters is a divisive sporting event would be an epic understatement. The biggest tournament in golf, the one most rooted in tradition, gets called to task by critics for exemplifying aspects of exclusivity, elitism, and good ole’ fashioned bigotry. And it’s hard to argue with the evidence. Black members and women have been late additions to […]

  • 13 Biggest MLB Storylines to Follow During the 2015 Season

    13 Biggest MLB Storylines to Follow During the 2015 Season

    A lot has happened in the world of sports since the final out of the 2014 World Series. Tom Brady deflated his balls, Pete Carroll blew the Super Bowl, Steph Curry took his game to another level, Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather finally agreed to a fight, and the Kentucky Wildcats got to within two games […]

  • 30 Most Ridiculous Ballpark Food Items of the 2015 MLB Season

    30 Most Ridiculous Ballpark Food Items of the 2015 MLB Season

    Ballpark food used to be simple fare. You had your peanuts. You had your Cracker Jack. You had your encased meats. And, if you were really lucky, you had your nachos. That was pretty much it, and people liked it, because they were there to watch baseball, not go on a gastronomical adventure. Thing are […]

  • 35 Best GIFs of the 2015 NCAA Tournament

    35 Best GIFs of the 2015 NCAA Tournament

    The 2015 NCAA Tournament is over. The dancing is done. The madness has ceased. The Duke Blue Devils are your 2015 NCAA Men’s Basketball Champions. And we’re all about to go through some pretty serious college hoops withdrawal. The good news? There’s always this list of the best GIFs of the 2015 NCAA Tournament. It’s not quite as […]

  • The 9 Biggest Rip-Offs for Sports Fans

    The 9 Biggest Rip-Offs for Sports Fans

    Word came down from high atop the mountain (the Internet) yesterday that the price tag for the Manny Pacquiao Floyd Mayweather fight would be a record-setting $99, and if for some bizarre reason you didn’t want an HD broadcast, congrats. Your price is only $89. Whee! Ten dollar savings! It’s no surprise that the price of […]

  • 9 Ways to Fix The NFL’s Extra Point Problem

    9 Ways to Fix The NFL’s Extra Point Problem

    The extra point in the NFL has become a bit of a nuisance in recent years. Teams are converting their kick 99.3% of the time, which means only 7 of every 1,000 extra point attempts are made interesting. Not exactly a thrilling proposition. So the owners are of one mind that the extra point system needs to […]

  • 50 Greatest Athlete Wardrobe Malfunctions

    50 Greatest Athlete Wardrobe Malfunctions

    Before Janet Jackson and Justin Timberlake came along, we didn’t know what to call it when an athlete’s basketball shorts got pulled down, or their swimming suit got tugged by an overzealous water polo opponent. But now we do. We call them athlete wardrobe malfunctions. Of course, in the olden days, athlete wardrobe malfunctions were […]

  • 13 Heroic Sideline Reporters Hit by Balls in the Line of Duty

    13 Heroic Sideline Reporters Hit by Balls in the Line of Duty

    What sports fans don’t have a good laugh when they see sideline reporters hit by balls? Comic relief is pretty much the only thing sideline reporters are good for. That’s not to say sideline reporters aren’t talented journalists. Some of them definitely are. But it is to say their job is silly. The only thing they do is ask obvious, cliched […]

  • 9 Winningest Final Four Coaches of All Time

    9 Winningest Final Four Coaches of All Time

    It is difficult enough to coach a team to the Final Four  of the NCAA men’s basketball tournament. But it is even more difficult to win once you are there. (That logic just totally blew your mind, didn’t it?) For that reason, the winningest Final Four coaches in the history of the tournament deserve special recognition. Because trying your best […]