Tag Archives: record

  • Houston Rockets Tie NBA Record With 23 Three-Pointers (Video)

    Houston Rockets Tie NBA Record With 23 Three-Pointers (Video)

    The Houston Rockets defeated the Golden State Warriors by a score of 140-109 last night.  Nearly half of their points (69, to be exact) came from beyond the arc, as the Rockets tied an NBA record by connecting on 23 three-point attempts during the contest. Leading the way was Jeremy Lin, who made a career-high […]

  • All Five Of Lionel Messi’s Goals In 30 Seconds (Video)

    All Five Of Lionel Messi’s Goals In 30 Seconds (Video)

    Yesterday afternoon I spent over 90 minutes watching Barcelona’s Lionel Messi make history with his five-goal performance during the second leg of a UEFA Champions League Round of 16 match against Bayer Leverkusen.  Anytime you get to watch the best player in the world in action, it is always quite the treat.  Especially when he […]

  • Aroldis Chapman Throws A 106 MPH Fastball, Or Was It 105? (Video)

    Aroldis Chapman Throws A 106 MPH Fastball, Or Was It 105? (Video)

    Last night, the Cincinnati Reds dropped their third game to the Pittsburgh Pirates during a four-game series at the Great American Ball Park, but it wasn’t all bad news for them. After watching the velocity on Aroldis Chapman’s fastball top out in the low 90s last week, manager Dusty Baker decided to rest the 22-year-old […]

  • Japanese Man Ties Record For Catching Biggest Largemouth Bass

    Japanese Man Ties Record For Catching Biggest Largemouth Bass

    Records were made to be broken, or in this case, tied.  Unfortunately for this Japanese fishing hero, it took more than 6 months for him to get recognition for his amazing catch.  The original record for biggest largemouth bass is 22 pounds 4 ounces and was held for 77 years by Georgia angler George Perry. […]

  • Nuggets Beat The Hornets By NBA Record 58 Points

    Nuggets Beat The Hornets By NBA Record 58 Points

    Total Pro Sports – No this is not an error, the Denver Nuggets tied an NBA record, by destroying the New Orleans Hornets by 58 points in game 4 of the their first round series of the 2009 NBA Playoffs.  The previous record was set by the Minneapolis Lakers who beat the St. Louis Hawks […]