Will Ferrell is a man who wears many hats, and now vocalist is one of those. Check out his stirring rendition of the Star Trek theme which he performed on his proverbial press tour for “Get Hard” on the Late Late Show with James Corden.
So this is weird. Timofey Mozgov — of “You’ve Been Mozgov’d” fame — participated in an interview with Cleveland Cavaliers sideline reporter Allie Clifton before tonight’s game against the Brooklyn Nets. For some reason, and without hesitation, Mozgov answered the first question in Russian.
ESPN’s latest ’30 For 30′ production, titled “I Hate Christian Laettner,” will surround the former Duke star who hit one of the most infamous shots in the history of college basketball. The documentary seeks to explore the full story behind the polarizing persona of Laettner, who was (and, in some cases, still is) despised by
We haven’t event hit noon on the NHL’s trade deadline day and things are already getting very weird on TSN’s broadcast. First, there was this. Now, there are llamas.
The NHL trade deadline is this afternoon, which means TSN and Sportsnet will be filling their airtime with nonstop coverage of all the moves (or lack thereof) made by the buyers and sellers around the league.
Hannah Davis was chosen to be on the cover of this year’s Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, and SI recently uploaded a behind-the-scenes video for Davis’ shoot.
Dan Patrick had Jim Miller on his show today and opened up the floor for Jim to ask anything he would like. Jim took the opportunity to ask Dan (and the Danettes) if Dan had truly left ESPN behind, and the answers are great. Even Dan, who would usually brush the question aside with sarcasm,
Charles Barkley was the target of Daryl Morey’s ire Tuesday night, as the Houston Rockets general manager tweeted about Barkley’s refusal to accept advanced statistical analysis in today’s NBA. Barkley is — for lack of a better term — “old school” in his approach to analyzing the game, and a pregame comment about the Suns
It’s no secret that Gregg Popovich hates participating in those pointless in-game interviews prior to the 2nd and 4th quarters of NBA games.
Get in your “ESPN doesn’t care about hockey!” jokes now while you can; it appears The Worldwide Leader is reportedly about to get back in the game.
The Oklahoma City Thunder announced today that the team has reached an agreement with veteran power forward Nick Collison on a two-year, $7.5 million extension — all of it guaranteed.
TNT play-by-play announcer Kevin Harlan took one for the broadcast team Thursday night, absorbing the blow of a runaway basketball during the Bulls-Lakers game.