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Teen Takes Boot To The Face While Posing For Selfie Next To Passing Train

Well, folks, I think we’ve established a new boundary for what qualifies as standing a “safe distance” from a passing train: don’t stand within a leg’s length of the conductor. Jared Michael discovered this the hard way recently, when a conductor gave him a quick boot to the head while Michael, who claimed he was standing a “safe distance” from the train, posed for...
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April 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Shaq Sings “Jessie’s Girl” Before Smashing Brent Barry’s Guitar Into Oblivion

Shaquille O’Neal went into full “Shaqtin’ A Fool” mode last night when he let Brent Barry know how he feels about his guitar playing around the Inside The NBA studios. In fairness to the Big Diesel, everybody knows that if you’re gonna be a tryhard with the guitar, you might as well play some damn classics. Now excuse me while I deal with “Jessie’s Girl” being stuck...
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April 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Keith Hernandez Exclaims “My Goodness” While Oogling Busty Fan

I’m no professional baseball broadcaster so I could be wrong, but I didn’t think that stating your excitement over a woman’s breasts while she eats a $25 hot dog was part of the job description. Apparently nobody told that to Keith Hernandez during SNY’s broadcast of last night’s Mets-Diamondbacks game because we went ahead and brought the broadcast to a level of perversion...
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April 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Scully And Miller Announce The Lineups On Jackie Robinson Day

Two Hall of Fame broadcasters, the Giants’ John Miller and the perfect voice of the Dodgers, Vin Scully, teamed up in San Francisco last night to announce the starting lineups for the first of a three game set. Watch as these two icons have a little fun with the lineups, and kudos to the Giants crowd for not being too annoying. Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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Bryce Harper Smashes His Own Screaming Face In Uncomfortable New Gatorade Ad

Gatorade rolled out a new ad featuring Bryce Harper this morning, and it’s slightly strange. Not only do Bryce and the generic pitcher appear to have extremely serious cases of Hyperhidrosis, the baseballs used in this game are made of Harper’s face and don’t appear to hold up to Major League Baseball’s standards. Harper’s bomb does come off a Marlins pitcher, though, so...
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Someone Please Let This Fan Know That The Guy In This Photo Is LeBron James, Not Derrick Rose

Not only did this fan think his sister took a photo with Derrick Rose, he left out the fact that it is actually LeBron James. Everyone makes mistakes, however I know very few people that would have made this one. MY SISTER AND HER FRIENDS JUST MET DERRICK ROSE DAMN SHES SO LUCKY SMH!!! pic.twitter.com/jo2jGvyVjg —               (@mouqeet_) April 16, 2014...
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High School Girls Soccer Team Flawlessly Executes The Assist Flip-Throw-In

I have no clue if that is the proper terminology or not, but I do know that you couldn’t have drawn up this inbounds play any better. The flip throw-in is a dangerous weapon to have in the arsenal and this Iowa high school soccer team has absolutely nailed it. Brianna Pike was the mastermind behind the throw-in and Ali Herdliska finished off the goal. Their team, Solon High would...
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Johnny Manziel Spotted With New Arm Candy At Rangers Game

All eyes weren’t just on Johnny Manziel as he sat front row during Tuesday night’s Seattle Mariners-Texas Rangers game. A Twitter user spotted the soon-to-be NFL first-round draft pick with another sure-fire first-rounder. A tipster to Busted Coverage identified her as 24-year-old San Diego model Kyndal Kyaire. For your pleasure here’s a photo gallery of Kyndal Kyaire via...
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CEO bids nearly $12k to coach Arkansas State spring game

Nick Bhardwaj, the CEO and co-founder of Beyond Games, a gaming studio in California, won a creative fundraiser by Arkansas State University to be the team’s head coach for their Spring Game. Bhardwaj, who has no affiliation to ASU, won the Red Wolves’ eBay auctioned “Head Coach Experience” over 15 other potential coaches with a bid of $11,700. The auction, which was...
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TJ Oshie’s New Enterprise Commercial Features A Funny Disclaimer

After his ridiculous shootout performance against Russia in Sochi this Winter, it’s about time that a company has called upon TJ Oshie to show off his skills in a new commercial. Enterprise, the official car rental company of the NHL, has stepped up to be that company. And while the commercial itself isn’t really that great, the disclaimer it provides made me laugh: Question...
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Lorde and George Brett Finally Cross Paths

Somehow, way back when, in the land of Hobbits, Lorde saw a copy of a National Geographic that had the following photo in between its covers: Yet, Lorde did not know who Brett was or why he was signing baseballs. She just saw the word Royals on his shirt, liked it, and then wrote a song titled that. Pretty crazy.   Well the two have exchanged pleasantries since the news broke of...
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Sports Illustrated’s Boston Marathon Cover Photo Is Fantastic

A day after the one-year anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings, Sports Illustrated has unveiled the cover for their latest issue, which focuses on the events of last year’s race and how the city and those affected by the tragedy have coped & looked ahead in the year since. The spectacular cover features thousands of people standing near the race’s finish line – including...
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These Pharrell and Will Ferrell Face-Swaps Will Not Make You ‘Happy’

This is the exact reason why the Internet exists. Kudos to Imgur user ‘Master Comic‘ for making sure that no one will ever look at Pharrell or Will Ferrell the same way. Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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Jared Lorenzen’s Response To The NCAA Permitting Unlimited Food Was Absolutely Perfect

Former Kentucky Wildcats quarterback Jared Lorenzen, whose unusual weight for a quarterback earned him the nicknames “Hefty Lefty,” “Pillsbury Throwboy” and the “Abominable Throwman,” took to Twitter on Tuesday to weigh in on the NCAA’s decision to allow schools to give unlimited amounts of food to their athletes: I'll tell u what the NCAA really lucked out that I...
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Chris Paul Puts Evan Fournier In A Spin Cycle With Jordan-Esque Baseline Move

There’s really not much to say here other than Chris Paul is very good at basketball, while Evan Fournier probably wishes the NBA season was two games shorter right about now. [czjero, .gif via] Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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Rangers fan performs 'Nae Nae' dance after catching homer

I gotta be honest, I’m not huge on this whole ‘Nae Nae’ dance craze that all the kids are doing these days. With that being said, this is probably the most flawless execution of it that I’ve ever seen. Hefty bro catches Fielder’s bomb and immediately jumps straight into it to grab a stranglehold on the spotlight. Bravo. [Vine] Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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Mike Napoli’s Finger Should Not Be Pointing That Way

One of Mike Napoli’s fingers fell victim to a head-first slide into base on Tuesday night as the Red Sox took on the White Sox in Chicago. The resulting photo you see above should serve as a PSA to always slide feet first. Adding insult to injury, Napoli – the Sox’ first baseman – had to be pulled because of the injury and the team eventually lost in the 9th inning when...
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April 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Tuukka Rask Commissions Custom Goalie Mask For Young Cancer Patient

Back in late March, Tuukka Rask and the Boston Bruins welcomed a special guest to one of their practices – 9-year-old Topfield, Mass., native Maddie Santosuosso. The team joined forces with the Make-A-Wish Foundation to help let Santuosuosso, who suffers from stage IV sarcoma, a rare tissue cancer, take the ice with her favorite team and play goalie alongside Rask, her favorite...
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White Sox wear 'Boston Strong, Sox Together' shirts

The Chicago White Sox played host to the Boston Red Sox on Tuesday night on the one-year anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings that claimed the lives of three and injured hundreds. In Boston, a touching ceremony was held to remember those affected by the tragedy, but Chicago wanted to make sure the victims knew that support still extended far beyond Massachusetts. The White...
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Twitter User Duped By Derrick Rose Look-Alike

This Twitter user might be disappointed she didn’t meet Derrick Rose, but in fact it was LeBron James. [TerezOwens] Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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April 15, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: Matt Carpenter makes funny face

We’ve gotten some pretty great baseball GIFs so far in this young season, but this one – featuring Matt Carpenter’s derp face – is definitely the greatest, and it may never be topped for the rest of the year. If that derp face is juicin’ (and it very well may be) it’s still getting into the Hall of Fame on the first ticket. That’s about as good as it gets, ladies and...
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April 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Iman Shumpert Breaks Paul Pierce’s Ankles With Cross-Over, Also Catches Off-The-Glass Alley-Oop

With the nothing to play for after being eliminated from the playoff race, The New York Knicks are finally playing loose and producing highlight-reel moments. During the third quarter of Tuesday Knicks-Nets game, Iman Shumpert got Paul Pierce to fall with a quick dribble to his right before bringing it back through-his-legs and sinking the jumper. Later in the game Shumpert caught...
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UC Irvine’s 7-foot-6 Center Throws Out First-Pitch, Proceeds To Dwarf Anteaters

UC Irvine’s 7-foot-6 Mamadou Ndiaye set a Mountain West single season record recording 98 blocks during his freshman campaign. Ndiaye, a native of Senegal, showed during UC Irvine’s baseball game against Cal State Northridge that the talent doesn’t just apply to the hardwood. Ndiaye averaged 8.0 points and 6.2. rebounds while helping the Anteaters reach the NIT this past...
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A Brooklyn Nets Usher Sang A Fantastic National Anthem Rendition

Bryan Bautista, an usher at the Barclays Center, sang a beautiful National Anthem during Tuesday’s Brooklyn Nets-New York Knicks game. Impressive vocal cords and someone certainly needs a raise. The game also featured the Nets paying tribute to the 67th anniversary of Jackie Robinson making his major league debut for the Brooklyn Dodgers with the team wearing their Dodgers-inspired...
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Man Detained After Dropping Backpack At Finish Line Of Boston Marathon

Celebrations commemorating the one-year anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombing were marred Tuesday evening, when a barefoot man wearing a black veil and two backpacks, dropped one of the backpacks near the finish line and walked away. Witnesses reported the man was acting strange and yelling “Boston Strong”. Police evacuated Boylston Street and the bomb squad is currently...
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April 15, 2014  |  Discuss
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