In the wake of the Donald Sterling scandal, comedian Chris Rock gave a hysterical yet true depiction of wealthy white America in his opening monologue of the 2014 BET Awards. “Now let me get this straight. An 83-year old white Continue reading Another one bites the dust: Atlanta Hawks owner to sell share of team after racist remarks
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 Infographics ‘R’ Us, Vol. 2: Sochi Olympics Edition
What in the world is wrong with athletes these days and can someone please buy these guys a vowel? I understand that displacement sometimes comes with fame and fortune but just because you cash a hundred thousand dollar check every Continue reading SportsChump dubiously presents your idiots of the week: Riley Cooper, Ryan Braun and Terrence Jones
The final days of 2010 are upon us, which means that SportsChump has completed its first full calendar year. Thanks to all who have come and gone and ahem… come again. SportsChump first went viral in April, 2008 which means Continue reading Memorable moments of 2010: The SportsChump Year in Review
Maverick was a kitschy, Mel Gibson riverboat gambling movie, remade from the original starring James Garner. Maverick is also Tom Cruise’s character’s name in the 1980s classic, Top Gun. Unfortunately for LeBron James, however, Maverick Carter is not a fictional Continue reading Who the hell is Maverick Carter?
Apparently Dan Gilbert, Michael Jordan, Magic Johnson, Charles Barkley and the entire city of Cleveland aren’t the only ones upset that LeBron James has left the Cavaliers. Allegedly, his best bud, hip-hop mogul and part owner of the New Jersey Continue reading Jay-Z leaves Mel Gibson-like rant on LeBron James voice mail: A parody (video)
Man, things have been slow. Ever since Lebron-gate-athlon-palooza, the sports world has been boooooooring.
We now take a brief break from the world of sports to discuss cinema.