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  • Check Out this Bull Dog’s LeBron James Imitation (Video)

    Check Out this Bull Dog’s LeBron James Imitation (Video)

    You know what’s really great about LeBron James? He’s complex. You can’t just slap one single label on the guy. He’s not just the greatest basketball player on earth, or a big whiny baby, or a nice guy, or a douche bag, or a hero, or a villain, or a clutch shooter, or a choke […]

  • This Day In Sports History (June 26th) — Denmark Win The Euro

    This Day In Sports History (June 26th) — Denmark Win The Euro

    It was on this day in 1992 that Denmark won the UEFA European Football Championships.  They would beat Germany in the finals by a score of 2-0, en route to the country’s first victory at a major tournament (World Cup or UEFA Euro Cup). Germany entered the tournament as favorites, as they were only two […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 6/25/2013 — Rickie Weeks

    Stat Line of the Night — 6/25/2013 — Rickie Weeks

    The Milwaukee Brewers have been a major disappointment this season, as they found themselves in a tie for last place in the NL Central with a 31-43 record heading into last night game against the Chicago Cubs, who just so happened to be the other last-place team in the NL Central.  But after the final […]

  • At 77, Gary Player Will Pose Nude In “ESPN The Magazine: Body Issue”

    At 77, Gary Player Will Pose Nude In “ESPN The Magazine: Body Issue”

    ESPN The Magazine has unveiled the names of 21 athletes that will be featured in their upcoming “Body Issue,” which is set to hit newsstands on July 12. For this year’s issue, ESPN has gone with some of the youngest, fittest athletes in sports today, including the likes of Colin Kaepernick, Vernon Davis, John Wall, […]

  • Dwyane Wade’s 10-Year-Old Son Is Kind of Good at Basketball (Video)

    Dwyane Wade’s 10-Year-Old Son Is Kind of Good at Basketball (Video)

    Gatorade commercials will try to tell you that all you need to succeed in sports is a fiery spirit and a willingness to outwork your competitors (and lots of Gatorade). But having good genes helps, too. Just ask the Mannings…or the Hulls…or the Griffeys…or the Wades. Oh, what’s that? Yeah, it turns out that the […]

  • 9 Biggest Upsets in the History of Men’s Tennis

    9 Biggest Upsets in the History of Men’s Tennis

    Yesterday at Wimbledon, two-time champion and No. 5 seed Rafael Nadal was knocked out in the first round by a guy named…hold on, let me check…Steve Darcis. If you’ve never heard of that guy before, it’s probably because he’s 29 years old and is ranked No. 135 in the world. Now, Rafa was obviously not […]

  • Andrew Shaw Took a Puck To The Face Before Winning the Stanley Cup (Video)

    Andrew Shaw Took a Puck To The Face Before Winning the Stanley Cup (Video)

    Last night, after the Blackhawks won the Stanley Cup thanks to a miraculous 80-second finale to Game 6, Andrew Shaw was one of the players to drop one of the now-customary victory f-bombs on national television—a profanity that the 21-year-old uttered while hoisting hockey’s Holy Grail above his head for the first time. I don’t […]

  • LeBron James Nearly Decapitated During Miami Heat Victory Parade (Video)

    LeBron James Nearly Decapitated During Miami Heat Victory Parade (Video)

    When planning a victory parade to celebrate an NBA Championship, double-decker buses probably aren’t the best option if the parade route has a lot of overpasses. Both the buses and the players are abnormally tall, so you’re not going to have a lot of clearance overhead. Things could get dicey. Don’t believe it? Just ask […]

  • This Day In Sports History (June 25th) — San Antonio Spurs

    This Day In Sports History (June 25th) — San Antonio Spurs

    It was on this day in 1999 that the San Antonio Spurs beat the New York Knicks in Game 5 to win the NBA championship.  The Spurs won the game 78-77 to capture the franchise’s first championship, and their first of four titles over an incredible nine-year span. The Spurs finished the regular season tied […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 6/24/2013 — Jeremy Hellickson

    Stat Line of the Night — 6/24/2013 — Jeremy Hellickson

    Pitchers have had a tough time quieting the Toronto Blue Jays’ bats throughout the course of their 11-game win streak, as they have averaged 6.36 runs per game over that stretch.  However, there was one man who was up to the challenge of shutting down the Jays’ hot bats, as Jeremy Hellickson of the Tampa […]