Tampa Bay’s Rene Rivera Pulls a Willie Mays Hayes, Slides Waaaay Too Early Into Second [VI…
During Monday's game against the Angels, the Rays' Rene Rivera pulled off a move not seen in 26 years: he slid about five feet short of second base.
Step Up Your Grilling Game — Use Lava to Cook Your Steaks (Yes, LAVA)
You still use an actual grill to grill your meats? That's cute.
Don’t Mess With the Discovery Channel’s Twitter — Ask the Pittsburgh Penguins, Who Just Go…
Once in a while, the social media gods send us a gift. Today, it comes courtesy of the Discovery Channel, which was just doing its Discovery Channel thing by tweeting out a little flightless Antarctic bird factoid:
Floyd Mayweather Went to the Warriors Game, Got Booed Worse Than the Grizzlies
Wait, people don't like Floyd Mayweather? NO WAY.
Possibly the Best Shaq GIF You’ll Ever See (Plus Some Other Candidates)
Some internet genius went and made a funny thing for us to watch.
Tom Brady Probably Knew About Deflated Balls, According to Official NFL Report
Remember "Deflategate"? The NFL released the so-called Wells Report earlier today (full doc here), the result of a months-long, extensive investigation into whether the footballs used in the Patriots-Colts AFC Championship Game back in January were illegally tampered with. So were they? Ac…
Tony Allen Is a Damn Good Defender, and He Let Every Golden State Warrior Know It
Possibly the next great NBA catchphrase.
Steph Curry Wins MVP, Dominates Grizzlies, So Here Are His Best Plays of the Year
In the end, it wasn't even close.
Check Out Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao’s Career Highlights [VIDEOS]
The latest BIGGEST FIGHT OF ALL TIME EVER TILL INFINITY!!!! will get started around 9 p.m. local time in Las Vegas on Saturday night, featuring the top two pound-for-pound fighters of their generation, Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao. Let's watch some highlights.
Jets Fans at the NFL Draft in Chicago Boo Babies, Dogs & Just About Everything Else [VIDEO…
This year the NFL Draft is being held in Chicago, rather than its usual home, New York, which means Draft watchers will likely miss out on a hallowed tradition: Jets fans booing the hell out of whatever player their team selects.