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The Week That Was In Mostly Terrible Sports Fashion

Sports and fashion are two worlds that currently embrace one another with the unwavering passion of Muggsy Bogues and Manute Bol. They go hand in hand. It works for the player, it works for the brands, and it even works for the fans. What true naturals like Clyde Frazier once thought was simply “lookin’ smooth” has turned into a giant publicity spectacle, which often leads...
Via The Comeback
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Introducing The ‘KD To DC’ T-Shirt For Hopeful Wiz Fans

Most Wiz fans fall into one of three categories, all of them sad. The first is children of the ’80s, myself included, reared on the duo of Jeff and Moses Malone. Those were not good teams, and they never won a playoff series. They’re mostly remembered for having 7’7″ Manute Bol and 5’3″ Muggsy Bogues. The second bucket is ’90s kids, who got to enjoy C-Webb and Juwan...
Via Mr. Irrelevant
August 05, 2015  |  Discuss

Manute Bol’s 15 Year Old Son Bol Bol Shines

It’s been a year since we last seen Bol Bol, son of the late Manute Bol and he’s been practicing to say the least. Already 6-foot-10, at just 15-years old. Bol can block shots like his dad no problem, but Bol unlike his father can move like a wing with a decent inside-outside game. Watch him shine in this highlight reel with Bishop Miege High School in Kansas City. The post...
Via Hooped Up
July 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Manute Bol’s 15-Year-Old Son Is 6-11, Dribbles And Shoots Like Guard (Video)

The late Manute Bol’s son, Bol Bol, is just 15 years old, but he’s quickly becoming one of the most watched prospects in basketball. Bol Bol is 6-foot-11, and it’s quite possible he approaches his father’s height of 7-foot-7 by the time he finishes growing. If that wasn’t impressive enough, he’s able to dribble with the quickness of most guards and also knock down outside...
Via NESN.com
July 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Video: Big man Bol Bol has skills to make guards jealous

When you are the son of a former NBA basketball player, a lot of expectations are put onto your shoulders. The late Manute Bol’s fifteen-year-old son Bol is certainly living up to those expectations as of right now. The Kansas City Star shared a video of Bol’s highlights with the Run GMC 15-under team. The six-foot-eleven big man is pretty impressive and he has skills that would...
Via Campus Sports Net
July 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Meet Bol Bol, Manute Bol's 6-10 son tearing up the competition

If your dad was a 7-7 professional basketball player, you might get some of that size and talent. That's definitely the case with Bol Bol.The 15-year-old son of the late Manute Bol is already dominating his competition. The 6-10 center is the No. 19 player in ESPN's rankings for the Class of 2018, and it looks like he's only going to get better.This video is the 15-year-old shows...
Via Fox Sports
July 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Colin Cowherd’s New LA House, Arenas Destroys Fair & Manute Bol’s Giant Son

  You’ll probably want to watch some of NFL Live at 4 because they’re going live at camps. That should keep you busy...
Via Busted Coverage
July 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Pens and Erreything Else: July 28th, 2015

Here is what you might have missed with the Pittsburgh Penguins, the NHL, and Erreything Else.  It’s more fun than realizing you’ve got red on you. THE PITTSBURGH PENGUINS – NBC Sports released it’s TV schedule for the NHL, and the Pens have 18 nationally televised games.  Here they all are, ranked for importance: Oct 28- @ Washington on Rivalry Night- only because this...
Via The Pensblog
July 28, 2015  |  Discuss

WATCH: Manute Bol's son has ridiculous skills

The late Manute Bol was one of the game's more unique players. Standing seven feet, seven inches tall, he averaged five blocked shots per game as a rookie, and once made 20 three-pointers in a season with the Golden State Warriors.His son, Bol Bol, appears to be on track to follow in his father's footsteps.At just 15 years of age, the younger Bol already has a fairly complete overall...
Via Fox Sports
July 28, 2015  |  Discuss

VIDEO: Manute Bol’s 15-year son is 6’11” and can ball like crazy

YouTube Let me hit you with some crazy facts about Manute Bol’s 15-year old son.  1. His name is Bol Bol.  There may not be a better name in the history of names than when a guy’s first and last name are the same.  2. He’s six feet, eleven inches tall.  At 15 years old.  And 3. He plays like a guard. Matt Moore of CBS Sports wrote one of the better things about the younger...
Via It's Always Sunny in Detroit
July 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Tennessee Offers 8th Grader Football Scholarship

We all know that the world of college athletics recruiting can sometimes get a bit intense, but the Tennessee Volunteers have made it absolutely ridiculous. According to Youth1, eighth-grader Owen Pappoe has been offered a scholarship from the school, as well as from Boston College. Now, for those who have needed to wipe their computer screens from the spray of a beverage or flat...
Via Campus Sports Net
April 28, 2015  |  Discuss

The Four – Forgotten First Round Playoff Games

As we near the start of the first round of the 2015 NBA playoffs on Saturday, this seems like the right time to remember some of the more forgotten first round playoff games in the NBA’s history. To make this short list, you needed either an incredible comeback, a memorable game, or just an incredible finish that tends to be forgotten by most folks: 1) Washington Bullets against...
Via That NBA Lottery Pick
April 16, 2015  |  Discuss

Warriors honor 7-foot-7 Manute Bol with life-size bobblehead

It's one of the trickiest elements of making a bobblehead to honor a person: Making it actually look like the person it is honoring. When the Hornets issued a Lance Stephenson bobblehead earlier this month, he responded with the simple but classic: "This bubblehead do not look like me." The Phillies took plenty of flak when they put the glove on the wrong hand on Roy Halladay's bobblehead...
Via Fox Sports
January 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Nine Reasons why CC Sabathia recently "freaked out" at Newark Airport

1. He just heard the news that Derek Jeter has retired.2. Autograph hounds mistook him for Manute Bol.3. He was caught wearing a baggy suit from 2006, which now concealed his wife and two kids.4. He saw on the wing a hideous gremlin, which looked disturbingly like Larry Rothschild.5. The security scan revealed a tear in his elbow.6. He didn't realize he had to fly; he thought he...
Via IT IS HIGH, IT IS FAR, IT IS caught
December 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Manute Bol’s 14-Year-Old Son Is Really Good

Gone way before his time due to complications from Stevens–Johnson syndrome. NBA fan favorite Manute Bol never got a chance to see his son Bol Bol grow up to be a 6’10″ force on the court at just 14 years old. Check out these highlights of Manute’s son who is exploding with potential during the Bigfoot Hoops’ Las Vegas Classic. The post Manute Bol’s 14-Year-Old Son Is...
Via Hooped Up
September 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Meet Manute Bol’s Son: Bol Bol

Posted to Easy E's FinestJust a few years ago, a tape surfaced showing Bol as a 6’5″ seventh grader dunking all over his opponents. Now, this new tape shows the stick figure not only dunking, but showing off some nice ball handling skills to go along with a decent jumper. Bol is just entering high school, but appears to be No. 1 ranked prospect on a lot of scouts lists for the...
Via Sports Mockery
July 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Sports Illustrated Honors The Bullets/Wizards With 19 Classic Images

For the first time in the John Wall and post-Gilbert Arenas era, the Wizards made the playoffs! Nevermind they’re near-.500 record, the Wizards made the playoffs! To mark the occasion, Sports Illustrated’s wonderful Twitter account @si_vault shared classic Wiz/Bullets pics all day long. Here they are, in all their red-white-and-blue splendor. Today will be all Bullets/Wizards...
Via Mr. Irrelevant
April 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Jamaican bobsled team faces uncertain future

The Jamaican bobsled team was the life of the party once again at the Winter Olympics, laughing and joking its way through a trip to Sochi that was fraught with enough financial hardship and travel hijinks to film a sequel to ''Cool Runnings.'' They remain as lovable as ever, drawing big crowds wherever they went in Sochi. But they almost never got here at all. And after a 29th...
Via AP on Fox
February 22, 2014  |  Discuss
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