It’s no wonder that the Oklahoma City Thunder are ranked as the No.1 fans in the game when you have guys like shirtless Matthias of Southern California cheering you on. Hopefully the Thunder adopt this song.
Denard Robinson was declared the winner of EA Sports’ cover vote over Texas A&M’s Ryan Swope back in March, even after a bit of controversy. On Tuesday, EA Sports released the cover for Denard “Shoelace” Robinson.
Robinson is the third Wolverine to grace the cover of an EA Sports NCAA Football game. NCAA Football 14 will hit stores July 9th.
Subway and former University of Georgia linebacker, Jarvis Jones, are getting you ready for the start of the NFL draft on Thursday. Subway signed Jones to a contract and created a masterpiece BBQ Smokehouse Chicken Subway sandwich with his head as the topper.
At @subway in NY to see Georgia LB Jarvis Jones. He’s not here yet, but a giant statue of him made out of chicken is twitter...
Chris Paul hit the game-winning shot during Monday night’s Game 2 against the Memphis Grizzlies. With Tony Allen guarding him tight, CP3 created just enough space to put up a floater as time expired.
Officials put 0.1 seconds back on the clock after CP3′s shot. The series now heads to Memphis with the Clippers up 2-0.
I know Cliff Paul is happy
— Craig Smith (@Csmeezy1) April...
Former Alabama Crimson Tide offensive tackle DJ Fluker admitted to taking money on Twitter early Tuesday morning. Fluker is a projected first round pick and has since deleted the tweet. I fully expect Fluker to tweet out that he was hacked, but this could cause some serious repercussions for the Crimson Tide football program.
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Brewers starting pitcher Kyle Lohse left Monday’s game against the San Diego Padres after five innings because of a dislocated pinky on his non-pitching hand.
Lohse’s hand injury came after coming in contact with Padres second baseman Jedd Gyorko on a bunt attempt according to CBSSports.com. Lohse, who signed a three-year, $33 million dollar deal in the offseason, did however...
After a Alcides Escobar foul ball, one Boston Red Sox fan went all out in an effort to catch a souvenir ball during Sunday’s Sox/Royals game. The man deserves some sort of award for his determination and falling down several Fenway Park stairs to make the catch.
Better than this catching a Yuniesky Betancourt home run, right?
Heisman Winning quarterback Johnny Manziel’s tumultuous offseason continues. This time a photo emerged of him kissing his Heisman Trophy, while the arm of it holds a joint and his friend does the “Hook ‘Em Horns” in the background.
Manziel went home on 4/20 to Kerrville, Texas to have a welcome home celebration on the football field. As part of that celebration Manziel...
Green Bay Packers tight end Jermichael Finley had a rough time on Saturday night and Sunday morning. Finley had a baby with Chelsie Bellisle, who went crazy on Twitter, and Finley is married to Courtney Finley. He recently signed a two-year $14 Million contract and has apparently not been paying child support.
Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned, good luck with this one...
Miami Heat forward Shane Battier admitted to drinking Bud Light before every game as his only superstition during the win streak. To “reward” Shane Battier for his loyalty, Bud Light decided to deliver 1,100 cases of beer to his house. How they decided on 1,100 cases I’m not sure, but it seems pretty excessive. There is a zero percent chance that he drinks all of those...
Former #1 overall pick JaMarcus Russell is in the midst of a comeback and he met with ESPN’s Tom Rinaldi to film a special about being a #1 pick to being out of the league within three seasons. It’s a pretty solid piece and I definitely recommend watching it.
After the Miami Heat’s game one victory over the Milwaukee Bucks, LeBron James wore a bizarre sweater to the post game press conference. I guess if you’re the best basketball player in the world you can do stuff like this, but it can’t be recommended. I hope his teammates gave him a lot of grief for wearing this hideous thing.
At the Tennessee Volunteers Spring Game, one family’s dedication rose above the rest. A Tennessee man dressed as a pimp in an orange tuxedo with a cane, and then dressed up his kids in white tuxedos. The look on the man’s face in the background is one of the best parts of the photo. He clearly looks like he is thinking to himself, “why didn’t I think of that?” Only...
14-year-old hoops prodigy, Seventh Woods, has one of the most incredible mixtapes on the web. The video above, which has over three million views in just over four days, shows how dominant the 6’1” point guard already is.
Woods is an absolute flyer. According to his MaxPreps profile, Woods averaged 14.6 points, 5.8 rebounds, 3.3 assists and 4.5 steals during his freshmen year...
Even though Oklahoma City Thunder point guard Russell Westbrook was called for the charge on this play, I think he made enough of a mark. Westbrook put Patrick Beverley of the Houston Rockets on skates after his double-crossover move. Russell gunna Russell.
During Sunday’s Texas Rangers-Seattle Mariners game, cameras briefly panned to Rangers skipper Ron Washington smoking a cig. Must have been a stressful game for Washington even though his team was up nine runs in the ninth inning. The 60-year-old should be expecting a call from Mr. Selig fairly soon.
Saturday night was A.J. Clemente’s first night at the anchor desk for Bismarck NBC affiliate KFYR. After watching the video, it’s safe to say that things did not go well for A.J., at all.
A.J. admitted on Twitter that he was nervous beforehand, and it definitely showed.
Alright News Director and GM checking out my tape that we shot yesterday. Seeing if i amready for anchoring…...
After cameras panned to Rihanna during Miami Heat’s NBA playoff opener against the Milwaukee Bucks, TNT’s Reggie Miller quoted one of Rihanna’s songs, saying “Ooh na na, what’s my name.” Well played, Reggie.
Boston Red Sox outfielder Jonny Gomes used a customized bat during Sunday’s game against the Kansas City Royals to pay tribute to the Boston Marathon victims. Gomes had the names of the victims and Boston Strong engraved into the bat. Unfortunately, Gomes went 0-4 on the day, but nonetheless a great idea.
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TNT’s Kevin Harlan had a moment to remember during Game 1 of the Milwaukee Bucks-Miami Heat series on Sunday night. After Chris Anderson’s third quarter put-back dunk, Harland got a little wild on the call. ”Ohhh here comes the Birdman. Flapping his wings and soaring for a sweet flush,” Harland was quoted as saying. Harland then followed it up with, “When you’re aerodynamically de...
One fan sitting in right field of Sunday’s Indians-Astros game showed why you don’t try to catch a home-run ball with a popcorn bucket. If not for the fan dumping popcorn into his mouth, Rick Ankiel would have robbed Stubbs of a home-run.
Before Game 1 of their playoff series with the Miami Heat, Milwaukee Bucks shooting guard Brandon Jennings gave the Heat some unnecessary bulletin-board material by predicting that his No.8 seed Bucks would win the series in six games. Dwyane Wade had a pretty priceless response to Jennings.
The San Antonio Spurs and Los Angeles Lakers are in an intense battle in the first round of the NBA Playoffs. The Lakers are without their fearless leader Kobe Bryant and it has shown during Game 1. During an interview with Rick Fox, Matt Bonner showed off his “Red Mamba” shirt and you would think that Kobe Bryant would have gotten upset over an opponent being given a similar...
Singer Neil Diamond led an emotional eighth inning singing of ‘Sweet Caroline’ in front of the Boston Red Sox fans during Saturday’s game against the Kansas City Royals. The 72-year-old Diamond took a red-eye flight just to make it to Boston for the game. Diamond also tweeted out this picture. The ultimate baseball classic.
In the company of heroes. #oneboston twitter.com...
In light of the terrible events at this weeks Boston Marathon, the Boston Celtics nearly pulled off the emotional victory during Game 1 of the playoffs against the Knicks.
The Celtics played with a ‘Boston stands as one’ patch, but also had a charity drive.
The Boston Celtics announced today multiple initiatives to support victims affected by the recent tragedy at the Boston...