Ryan Lochte is home and safe from his now swimmingly, infamous excursions in Rio de Janeiro. Sure he lost half his endorsers (worth about a million or so in change) for lying about his buddies taking a gas station men’s Continue reading
“Overprivileged white guy goes to a foreign country, destroys property, blames it on brown people, lies about it all, flees the country, and gets hailed as a hero. Ryan Lochte is Peak American.” Dr. Milhouse, Facebook post circa 2016 Continue reading
Dominique Wilkins recently told of his early days in the NBA and the first time he had to play against Larry Bird. Laughing as he reminisced, ‘Nique said the trash-talking that came out of Bird was like nothing he had Continue reading
The 2014 Winter Olympics are finally among us yet all anyone can talk about is Shaun White’s withdrawal, the inconvenience of having to share lavatories and the lack of unsafe drinking water in the Olympic Village. And oh yeah, then Continue reading
There’s this joke that starts out “So Mickey Rourke meets Usain Bolt outside a London café, at four in the morning, challenges him to a race and beats him.”
Vince Carter once dunked over Frederic Weis in international play. Weis stood seven feet tall and Carter cleared him. To this day, that is Weis’ claim to fame and commonly considered one of the greatest dunks of all time.
The NBA is currently chockfull of insanely talented point guards: Derrick Rose, Deron Williams, Chris Paul, Tony Parker, Steve Nash, Rajon Rondo, Russell Westbrook. That list doesn’t even include a healthy batch of secondary, yet perfectly capable, floor generals.
Before I delve into Part Two of my most memorable altercations in recent sports memory, let me first say that we fans must be a bloodthirsty bunch. The previous post in this series brought a record amount of viewers to Continue reading
The Roof Is On Fire Football fans, get your popcorn ready. That’s right, there’s only seven weeks until they kick the Rockettes out of Radio City Music Hall for the weekend and prepare the venue for the NFL draft. This Continue reading