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  • This Day In Sports History (June 23rd) – San Antonio Spurs

    This Day In Sports History (June 23rd) – San Antonio Spurs

    It was on this day in 2005 that the San Antonio Spurs and Detroit Pistons played Game 7 of the NBA Finals.  The Spurs won the game 81-74 to win the franchise’s third championship. The Spurs easily handled their first three opponents of the playoffs, beating the Denver Nuggets in five games, the Seattle Supersonics […]

  • 11 Athletes We’d Like to Punch in the Face

    11 Athletes We’d Like to Punch in the Face

    This list could be a thousand entries long. Of course, everyone has their own athletes they want to punch. I’m sure someone out there hates Dirk Nowitzki with a passion and wants nothing more to see him hurt, but that’s not what this list is about. Some athletes, seemingly universally, just rub everyone the wrong […]

  • 9 Biggest Crybabies in Sports

    9 Biggest Crybabies in Sports

    Allow me to clarify this title. It’s not about actually who actually cry (as we covered last week), but rather about men who simply won’t stop whining. People that won’t stop complaining about calls, bitch to the media about clubhouse affairs, etc. They are among the most destructive and obnoxious types of personalities, so we’ve […]

  • The Stat Line Of The Night – 2/1/11 – LaMarcus Aldridge

    The Stat Line Of The Night – 2/1/11 – LaMarcus Aldridge

    Not many teams have had success against the San Antonio Spurs this season, and the odds appeared to be stacked against the Portland Trail Blazers last night.  Playing without two key players in Brandon Roy and Greg Oden for most of the year, the Blazers have had a much more difficult time finding wins compared […]

  • Picture Of The Day: Size Mismatch?

    Picture Of The Day: Size Mismatch?

    If you thought this image was photoshopped, think again. To the left we have the 5’5″, 133-pound, former Denver Nugget and current Milwaukee Buck, Earl Boykins.  And to the right, we have the 6’11″, 260-pound San Antonio Spurs’ center, Tim Duncan.  With 18 inches and 127 pounds separating these two foes, referring to this as […]

  • 10 Athletes Who Might Not Be Total Douchebags

    10 Athletes Who Might Not Be Total Douchebags

    How hard is it to find likable athletes? Harder than you would think. I’m sure there are many out there, but the best of the best usually end up making headlines off the field for all the wrong reason. To the players’ credit, the media and readers would seemingly rather read about a sex scandal […]

  • 9 Douchebags Wearing Starter Jackets

    9 Douchebags Wearing Starter Jackets

    Few things are more comical than outdated fashions. And while someone’s high school yearbook photo from 1976 might have them in an afro and a corduroy jacket, it’s far funnier to see people in the ridiculous fashions of the recent past. One prime example of this is the Starter jacket, which were generally huge, bright […]

  • 9 Calls Worse Than Yesterday’s Bears/Lions Decision

    9 Calls Worse Than Yesterday’s Bears/Lions Decision

    Whenever we get too comfortable with the job our referees are doing, there’s always a play like the one in yesterday’s in Bears/Lions game to shake things up and merit new discussions on how much our refs suck. While the call seemed to be inline with the rule, the fact remains that any rule declaring […]

  • The Stat Line of the Night – 5/26/10 – Dwight Howard

    The Stat Line of the Night – 5/26/10 – Dwight Howard

    Superman isn’t quite ready to spend his summer as Clark Kent. Down 3 games to none in their series against the Boston Celtics, the Orlando Magic were left for dead by most fans and observers. Dwight Howard has a little message for them: not so quick. Howard led the Magic to a 113-92 win in […]

  • The Stat Line of the Night – 4/29/10 – Manu Ginobili

    The Stat Line of the Night – 4/29/10 – Manu Ginobili

    This one was almost over before it started. I’m talking about game 6 between the Spurs and Mavericks, although if I was talking about the whole series that would work too. The Spurs opened up a huge 22-8 lead at the end of the first quarter and ended up with a 97-87 victory. They took […]

  • The Stat Line of the Night – 4/28/10 – Deron Williams

    The Stat Line of the Night – 4/28/10 – Deron Williams

    The Utah Jazz lost to the Denver Nuggets on Wednesday night, but it sure wasn’t Deron Williams’ fault. The game was in Denver and Carmelo Anthony led the Nuggets to a 116-102 win. Utah still leads the series 3-2. Williams is still one of the most underrated players in the NBA. Williams is sort of […]

  • The Stat Line of the Night — 4/27/10 — Caron Butler

    The Stat Line of the Night — 4/27/10 — Caron Butler

    Caron Butler has not played well in the playoffs so far, watching his team limp to a 3-1 deficit in their series against the San Antonio Spurs.  The Mavericks are the 2-seed and although the Spurs are a tough draw at the 7-seed, Dallas’s performance has been a disappointment.  New acquisition Butler was even benched […]

  • The Stat Line of the Night – 2/4/10 – LaMarcus Aldridge

    The Stat Line of the Night – 2/4/10 – LaMarcus Aldridge

    Total Pro Sports- Back in 2006, the Blazers selected Tyrus Thomas with the 4th pick. Apparently the Bulls liked LSU’s Tyrus Thomas more than Aldridge, so they picked Aldridge for the Blazers and traded him for Thomas and Viktor Khryapa. Major fail for the Bulls. Thomas has shown moments of greatness at times, but Aldridge […]

  • San Antonio Spurs Face Off in Cooking Challenge (Video)

    San Antonio Spurs Face Off in Cooking Challenge (Video)

    Things haven’t been going well for the San Antonio Spurs this season.  Not that its much cause for concern, since everyone knows they don’t really try until February at the earliest.  That being said, they are looking especially old this year, with injuries piling up and their vaunted defense looking slower and slower.  Apparently, though, […]

  • The Stat Line of the Night – 11/11/09 – Richard Jefferson

    The Stat Line of the Night – 11/11/09 – Richard Jefferson

    With Tim Duncan and Tony Parker sitting out the game against the Dallas Mavericks, the Spurs needed someone to step up and carry the load on Wednesday night. A loss to Dallas would leave the Spurs under .500. A win and they stay close to the top of the Southwest division. Enter the newest Spur, […]