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The Indiana Hoosiers Football Team Did The ‘Thriller’ Dance At Practice

The Indiana Hoosiers prepared for their game against the Minnesota Golden Gophers on Saturday by performing the “Thriller” dance on Thursday. Most players looked like zombies with their lackadaisical effort and are going to need a lot of work if they ever expect to challenge the Filipino prisoners’ epic choreography to the epic Michael Jackson hit. [WithLeather] Article found...
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October 31, 2013  |  Discuss

Kenny Smith Mocks Chris Webber With A Barage Of “TIMEOUT!” Calls

In case you missed it, here’s a little backstory on this: during Tuesday night’s TNT NBA double-header, Inside The NBA‘s A-squad (Ernie & Co.) were broadcasting from an outdoor set in New York City, while the B-squad of (host) Matt Winer, Steve Smith, Chris Webber and the recently retired Grant Hill took care of in-game highlight duties back in the Atlanta studio. During...
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Grizzlies Players Were ‘White Men Who Can’t Jump’ For Halloween

Memphis Grizzlies teammates Quincy Pondexter and Jon Leuer had tremendous throwback Thursday Halloween costumes. The two NBA ballers were Sidney Deane and Billy Hoyle from the 1992 hit “White Men Can’t Jump.” No word on if they went to Sizzler after their game. [LBS] Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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Urban Meyer Dresses As Picture Perfect Mike Ditka For Halloween

Ohio State coach Urban Meyer paid homage to legendary Chicago Bears coach Mike Ditka in this amazing Halloween costume. We have to all thank Meyer’s wife Shelley for sharing this tremendous coachception Halloween photo. Look who showed up at our house tonite!!! Recognize this guy?? #formercoach pic.twitter.com/Sf0380rW1e — Shelley meyer (@spinnershells) November 1, 2013 Article...
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Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon dress as Lindsey and Tiger

Serious props to Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon for their Lindsey Vonn & Tiger Woods costumes on Pardon The Interruption today. They nailed it. Although you may think Tony would be kind of embarrassed to dress as a girl, he was probably just glad to have hair for one episode. Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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Sports Illustrated Photoshops Duck Yellow On Husky Fans

This week’s cover of Sports Illustrated features an action shot of Oregon Ducks quarterback Marcus Mariota making a play while wearing only one shoe. What’s puzzling about the photo is what’s going on in the background, as the uniform Mariota is wearing is the one the Ducks wore during their showdown with the Washington Huskies on October 12th — a game played at the newly...
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Pete Holmes And James Harden Get Together For Hilarious Interview

Pete Holmes has a brand new late night show on the TBS network and the show has had a few incredible bits so far. The best came this week when he interviewed NBA star James Harden and asked him about women, his beard (and his pubic hair) and basketball. [The Nosebleeds] Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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Halloween Flashback: Bobby Brown And Mike Tyson Sing “Monster Mash” On Jimmy Kimmel Live

Before the days of 11:35 pm, fake twerking videos, hosting the Emmys and pissing off Kanye West, Jimmy Kimmel was hosting the Little Late Night Show That Could, Jimmy Kimmel Live, which aired after midnight on ABC. The first few years were heavy on co-hosts and silly little gags such as the above video, which will go down as one of the more bizarre incidents in modern late night...
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Derrick Rose Is a Game Time Decision Tonight (SO EVERYBODY FREAK OUT AGAIN)

Okay, just kidding on the freaking out part (Bulls fans, you can stop dry heaving now). However, Derrick Rose is a game time decision due to soreness in his neck, which, last time we checked, is very far away from his surgically repaired knee. Rose did not go through shootaround. He is a game time decision. Thibs says it’s not his knee. — Nick Friedell (@NickFriedell) October...
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Former NFL Safety Absolutely Blasts League In Bizarre Twitter Rant

Former NFL safety Hamza Abdullah became the latest to speak out against the league’s treatment of current and former players on Thursday morning. Abdullah, who played parts of seven seasons with four different teams, took to Twitter to blast the NFL and criticize the way he was treated before, during, and after his professional career. The tweets are very emotional and include...
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Watch Penguins’ Pascal Dupuis Rip Out His Own Teeth On The Bench

In case anyone has forgotten that hockey players are insanely badass, this video should serve as a solid reminder. During the Pittsburgh Penguins game against the Boston Bruins on Wednesday night, Pascal Dupuis took a stick to the face from teammate Kris Letang, which loosened a few of his teeth. When Dupuis got back to the bench, he very casually ripped these teeth out, handed...
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Red Sox Fans Did Not Behave Themselves Last Night

Welp, you knew videos like this were coming. After the Red Sox won their first World Series at home in nearly a century, fans spilled out onto the streets of Boston and rioted like you’d expect them to. Here’s video of an extra rowdy group flipping over one unlucky person’s poor car. And, hey, look…they even took the time to pose for pictures on top of said car. Because nothing...
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Drake Outlines His Vision For The Toronto Raptors

All he cares about is money and the city that he’s from…. and now the Raptors. [Pitchfork] Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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Where Do Superstitions Come From?

It’s Halloween so we thought it might be fun to dig into the origins of some of the best-known superstitions. Most of my superstitions are sports-related, like not washing the jersey until they lose or cracking the same brand of beer as the ball is kicked. These aren’t sports, but it’s still some pretty interesting stuff! Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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October 31, 2013  |  Discuss

Selfies At Funerals Has Us Dying

Not sure if this is a sign that our world is going down down down, or if this is just too funny. Kids these days are wild, and now they’re taking selfies at funerals! Regardless, I love it, and think it’s a great way for everyone to cope with death. Check out the link above for the blog itself, and keep moving forward to see some of our favorite funeral selfies to this date....
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October 31, 2013  |  Discuss

St. Louis Weatherman Is Super Salty About His Cardinals Offense

Weathermen love their baseball, and some don’t even want to show their faces after a crushing loss. This St. Louis weatherman is no different, and is nothing short of salty about a disappointing Cardinals loss in game 6 of the World Series, in which the Red Sox won 6-1. [sportsgrid] Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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In Honor of His Formal Retirement Announcement, Here Are Allen Iverson’s 10 Best Plays

The NBA YouTube channel has taken the liberty of ranking Allen Iverson’s ten best NBA plays, and we aren’t mad at all. The not-so-young man anymore was in Philly on Wednesday to officially announce his retirement and you can see the post speech presser below. Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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Anthony Davis Had A Monster Alley-Oop Against The Pacers

The New Orleans Pelicans played the Indiana Pacers tough on Wednesday night, but eventually lost. However one of the most entertaining highlights was Pelicans’ Brian Roberts penetrating and then lobbing it high in the air to set up Anthony Davis for the high-flying alley-oop. Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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EKU’s Marcus Lewis Had A Spectacular Reverse Dunk Over A Man

The Eastern Kentucky Colonels basketball team held their annual Hoopfest on Wednesday, and Junior guard Marcus Lewis highlighted the show. A teammate held a ball and stood under the basket while Lewis ran from out of bounds jump over the man and reverse dunk it in.     [BobsBlitz] Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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Michael Carter-Williams Had A Very Impressive NBA Debut

The 2013 NBA Draft was widely criticized for not having any franchise-changing players — and that may very well still turn out to be the case — but don’t tell that to 76ers point guard Michael Carter-Williams. The rookie went up against the most daunting of foes in his NBA debut, the Miami Heat. Even though Miami expended a lot of energy laying waste to the Bulls the night...
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It’s Not A Halloween Costume, But The Pelicans Mascot Will Haunt Your Dreams

There are pelicans coming out of that pelican’s head! This New Orleans Pelicans mascot named Hugo is downright scary, yet we can’t look away. What a freaky franchise. [cjzero] Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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October 30, 2013  |  Discuss

WATCHL Jrue Holiday forgets he plays for the Pelicans

If you think Charles Barkley is turrble at “Who He Play For?”, at least the Round Mound knows what city he works in (at least we hope he does). The same can’t be said for Jrue Holiday, who addressed his new home crowd in New Orleans during the christening of the new-look Pelicans. Unfortunately, Holiday thanked the fans “on behalf of the Sixers” — his old team. Whoops...
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October 30, 2013  |  Discuss

Phoenix Suns Unveil The Gorilla Gatling Gun, The Most Insane T-Shirt Cannon Ever

The Phoenix Suns just killed the t-shirt cannon game with this bad boy. Hey, speaking of killing, this thing is definitely going to take out a small child at some point this season. Though, anything’s better than actually watching the Phoenix Suns this season, I suppose. [Twitter] Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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October 30, 2013  |  Discuss

Week 10 College Football Selections

Last week we went 6-7 after going 0-2 on Thursday and Friday. Here are the five things learned last week: 1. Half points are fickle. On Saturday night Washington and NC State covered by a half point. Though last week the half point supported our point of view, it is sure to even out over the course of time. Let’s hope it doesn’t happen this week. 2. Betting on Penn State was...
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October 30, 2013  |  Discuss

Even Turner Posterized LeBron James. Probably Will Regret Doing So.

This may not be the nastiest poster we have ever seen, but it ain’t pretty whatever way you look at it.  Check out the young Evan Turned throwing it down on Bron Bron.  The dunk came early in the game and capped an 11 point run by the 76ers to start the game. [Nosebleeds] Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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October 30, 2013  |  Discuss
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