“I am writing sentences about this game because our word processing system doesn’t have poop emoji” pic.twitter.com/YOozhG1lJI — Neil Irwin (@Neil_Irwin) December 18, 2014
A few years back, the Washington Redskins weren’t the laughingstock of the Washington D.C. sports scene. It was the Washington Wizards.
The folks in Bristol are often criticized with developing an obsession with certain athletes, such as LeBron James and Tim Tebow.
This is Mike Sielski. He’s a sports columnist for the Philadelphia Inquirer. Tonight, he thought it would be funny to compare the Eagles’ performance to a die-in.
ESPN gets a lot of crap for not giving hockey the same amount of love as the other big four sports, but they did something really awesome on last night’s edition of SportsCenter.
Marvin Lewis found himself in some hot water with little people earlier this week over a disparaging comment made about Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel, who Lewis referred to as a “midget”:
Charles Barkley has been in the news this week over comments — made in multiple interviews — about the unrest in Ferguson, Missouri.
The Los Angeles Lakers won their fourth game of the season on Sunday, downing the Eastern Conference-leading Toronto Raptors 129-122, thanks in large part to Kobe Bryant’s triple-double (31 points, 11 rebounds, 12 assists). Even though the teams are at opposite ends of the league’s standings, the Raptors were at a slight disadvantage as it
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.