Run, Mop Boy, run!
At some point, J.J. Watt will supplant Chuck Norris in Chuck Norris jokes and no one will be able to tell the difference.
With Super Bowl XLIX right around the corner, we know everyone is scrambling to get their shit together for their Super Bowl party. The basic necessities for a party are food and drinks, most go with alcohol and junk food- the classic American way. We all know what to expect as far as food, but
The Waste Management Phoenix Open (yes, that’s what it’s called) has not been kind to Tiger Woods.
Arian Foster dropped a bomb against the University of Tennessee and college athletics as a whole during his appearance on the Dan Le Batard Show on Friday.
In case you missed it, last night’s Predators-Blues game was interrupted by some audio from what sounded like hardcore porn creeping onto Fox Sports Tennessee’s broadcast. The weird moment came nearly halfway through the first period and featured the passionate screaming of a woman who seemed to be enjoying herself thoroughly.
Errick McCollum — older brother of Portland Trail Blazer C.J. — is the leading scorer in the the Chinese Basketball Association, averaging 38.1 points per game (well, technically he’s tied for the lead with Willie Warren).
The only thing in Seattle that is more ubiquitous than the number 12 is Starbucks so it makes sense that Seattle’s famous coffee company would offer a Seahawks-themed drink to the residents of the Northwest.
The Daily ShowGet More: Daily Show Full Episodes,The Daily Show on Facebook,Daily Show Video Archive The surreal nature of this year’s Super Bowl coverage (even compared to past years) have been ripe for ribbing and Jon Stewart definitely didn’t disappoint on Thursday night’s episode.
Game of Thrones is set to return to HBO on April 12th and, if the trailer is any indication, the highly anticipated fifth season looks as fantastic as ever.
Clay Travis, who writes for Fox Sports’ Outkick the Coverage, is a professional blogger/troll and is quite good at his profession. There are plenty of folks who are not fans of his scorching hot takes, but we over at Next Impulse Sports actually respect the man and enjoy laughing at the way he can draw
Basketball sometimes sees serious contact but those instances are few and far between. UMass guard Trey Davis was the victim of one of those rare instances on Thursday night when he got blasted on a screen.