If you’re not familiar with Mario Hezonja, the fifth overall pick in the 2015 NBA Draft, read this. I’ll wait.
The State Attorney’s Office in Florida has released security camera footage of Florida State University quarterback, De’Andre Johnson, punching a woman in the face at a Tallahassee bar last month.
Last month, the Los Angeles Clippers unveiled a couple of terribly uninspired logos as part of a re-branding effort under crazy pants owner Steve Ballmer.
Grab a bottle of dick cream and get ready to fondle some sweaters, because the whole Wet Hot American Summer gang is back, and they’ve brought a few friends along.
Free agency got off to a frenzied, somewhat hilarious start early Wednesday morning, when teams with competent front offices started making solid moves, while teams with incompetent front offices and/or broken down superstars did exactly what you’d expect.
Marshawn Lynch continued his off season press tour Monday night on Conan (and by press tour, we me mean making random television appearances that — to the chagrin of beat writers everywhere — don’t involve the NFL at all), marking the second time this year the Seahawks running back has appeared on the late night show.
Jeremy Lamb, famous for being one of the “other guys” in the James Harden trade, paid the ultimate price this week for not giving dap to Russell Westbrook this season, as the Oklahoma City Thunder traded him to the Charlotte Hornets.
The Charlotte Hornets got their man Thursday night: Frank “The Tank” Kaminsky, the Naismith Player of the Year and star of NCAA basketball runner-up Wisconsin.
This is just God punishing him for wearing those stupid pants.
Sorry for ruining the outcome, but it’s so damn funny that it doesn’t matter.
It’s been awhile since we’ve done a Sad SuperSonics post, so here goes. We’ll start with this ultra-depressing fact: there are currently five active players in the NBA who played in Seattle as Sonics.
Hey, remember last week when we said the Sacramento Kings finally appeared to be making some smart decisions? Apparently we jumped the gun a bit on that one.