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The MLB trade deadline was today. We wrote about one deadline deal already. There were several others of note, but we’d especially like to dive into the Yankees’ bullpen-enhancing trade for the Indians’ Kerry Wood.
The latest topic of Dez Bryant discussion: an ankle sprain he suffered yesterday that will keep him out for at least the rest of training camp. Bryant’s owner, Jerry Jones reacted to the injury with disappointment…but later said he wasn’t trying to criticize anyone.
This was probably not the best way to draw attention to a cause. Two fans ran onto Citi Field last night during the Arizona Diamondbacks’ 9-6 win over the Mets to protest Arizona’s controversial immigration law.
Argentina’s Lionel Messi, generally recognized as the world’s finest footballer, has a well-known love of the band Oasis, but now he’s taking it another level: Messi and a mystery teammate are forming a tribute band in honor of the mid-’90s-2000s British rockers.
The New York Red Bulls are awfully active in acquiring foreign players all of a sudden. First, it was French star/PATH rider Thierry Henry, now it’s Mexican national team captain/former Barcelona defender Rafael Marquez.
The Astros’ Lance Berkman will become a New York Yankee today, and while it’s easy to see why Yankee-haters seem convinced that the Astros got hosed in the deal, this trade might work out well for both parties.
We talked a while ago here about the insane contract Sam Bradford was about to sign with the Rams. Well, now it’s officially signed, and it’s just as crazy as initially reported.
The North Korean soccer team, after losing all three of their games in the 2010 World Cup, sat through six hours of public shaming upon their return to their home country.
When the Washington Nationals’ Miguel Batista accidentally offended Miss Iowa, Katherine Connors the other day, we suppose it was inevitable that Connors would eventually throw out a first pitch to Batista at Nationals Park.
We’ll make this short and…well, not sweet, but we’ll make it short. Remember how Rick Pitino said all that gross stuff yesterday, but then you figured the gross details were over because he was done testifying? THINK AGAIN!