You never know who is going to be the next huge NBA superstar on draft night, so it’s always important to try to remember as many names as you can.
It’s not easy to make it to rock star status in the music industry. Even some of the world’s best musicians had to play countless shows at tiny venues before they could rock house on some of music’s biggest stages. Fortunately for us, there were people smart enough to bring video cameras to those performances.
We had some spare time on our hands recently, so we decided to take a look at the best uniform every NBA franchise has ever hung in a locker. Without further ado, here are our choices for the best uniforms for every current NBA team in their history. Let the hot take’s begin!
Tipping waiters/waitresses and bartenders is pretty much an obligation (unless you’re an asshole) at American restaurants and bars, but that doesn’t mean it makes a lot of sense.
A couple of years ago, Nik Stauskas posted this photo of him as a kid getting ready to shoot some three-pointers during halftime at a Raptors game. While it makes us feel old to see Stauskas this young it must make Vince Carter feel even older. We felt there was no better time to toss
One of the most under-appreciated aspects of baseball is a well-executed bat flip after a big hit. While it might piss off the whitey-tighty-wearing baseball purists, it’s a total boss move and one that is always an easy way to earn style points.
It doesn’t matter how much money or time a professional sports team sinks into their stadium, the fans will always, always, ALWAYS find a way to complain about something.
It’s the year 2015 and nobody still has any clue what the hell they’re doing at the gym.
Yasiel Puig has become one of baseball’s most beloved players not only due to his extremely impressive skill set, but also because of his showmanship and the emotional theatrics he brings to the game.
With the bases loaded and one out in the seventh inning of a two-run game, Washington Nationals reliever Blake Treinen had one of the more embarrassing fielding sequences you’re ever going to see.
Indians pitcher Carlos Carrasco was the victim of an extremely scary incident in Cleveland on Tuesday night when he took a line drive to the face off the bat of Chicago’s Melky Cabrera in the first inning.
Stirrups – an under-utilized tribute to baseball’s glorious past – are awesome as hell, but the reason behind Twins rookie J.R. Graham wearing them might be even more awesome.