The “Cookie Challenge” is a thing where you put a cookie on your forehead and — without using your hands — attempt to wiggle it right into your mouth and eat it.
Here’s your latest ‘This Is SportsCenter’ ad from ESPN, starring Houston Rockets star James Harden. He doesn’t seem quite as qualified to run a satellite control room as he does to run the floor of a basketball court. Related: The 100 Greatest ‘This Is SportsCenter’ Ads
Interesting headline in the Sun-Times today. pic.twitter.com/7aExbGCOZ3 — Ben Finfer (@BenFinfer) November 14, 2014 Editorial snafus are often worthy of a chuckle or two, but when dummy text ends up as a headline for a metaphorical train wreck (like the Chicago Bears’ current season), that humor increases ten-fold. In case you’re wondering, here’s what the
It is currently 9:27 p.m. on the West Coast and Curt Schilling, who started arguing with random Twitter users about the theory of evolution at roughly 6 p.m, is still going. I’m not going to explain the absurdity of Curt Schilling’s night because his tweets can explain it much better. So here you go. Enjoy.
The Onion, a satirical news website, posted a satirical article in which Jay Cutler says that, in light of the team’s recent struggles, they need to get a new punter. Here is the fake quote from the Onion article: “It’s certainly not an easy thing to say, but at the end of the day, someone
One of the biggest criticisms that ESPN receives – and they get their fair share of criticism- is that the network tends to neglect hockey in comparison to their coverage of the other three major American sports. This makes them the butt of some easy jokes for hockey fans and – as we saw Tuesday
Bill Simmons has fired back at Mike & Mike. If you’ve missed the intra-ESPN conflict so far, here’s what you need to know… On Wednesday, Simmons appeared on The Herd. While talking about LeBron James’ early season struggles, Simmons had this to say: Anyone who thinks LeBron looks the same is fooling themselves. He doesn’t have the same
Halloween isn’t officially over until Jimmy Kimmel says so, as he’s marked the end of the holiday the last few years by presenting a YouTube challenge to his viewing audience. The premise is simple: parents film their kids reacting to the news that they ate all their Halloween candy. As always, the video confirms the
With Craig Sager still unfortunately sidelined from the, uhh, sidelines these days, NBA.com/NBA TV analyst David Aldridge is filling in on reporting duties for TNT during national broadcasts. As is custom, Aldridge is saddled with the unenviable task of interviewing head coaches between the first and third quarters, and his season debut included the double
Graphic artist Joe Gottli is back just in time for tip-off of the NBA season with his amazing and humorous 16-bit rosters for the 2014-15 NBA season. He was also kind enough to toss in some classic players for each team, as well. If you like what you see, you can order prints here. [JoeGottli]
Having a bad case of the Mondays? Hey, it could be worse, you could be a New York Jet, or a fan of the New York Jets, or someone (in this case, Jets general manager John Izdik) in charge of spinning a 1-7 record and a six turnover performance on Sunday into some sort of
Bill Simmons may have returned to full-time Grantland duties last week, but today marked the return of his NFL picks column. For the uninitiated, Simmons picks games based on the spread, and provides commentary along with them. During his four-week picks hiatus, Bill Barnwell — a Grantland NFL writer — took over column duties while