- Iowa State Fans Mock Marcus Smart With Coordinated Mass Flopping Routine (Genius)
- Johnny Weir And Tara Lapinski Commentate 30 Rock's Lunchtime Free Skate
- How Does Lionel Messi's On-Field Vomit Attack Stack Up Against The 7 Grossest Puke Vids In Sports History?
- Everybody Is Hating On The NBA's Sleeved Jerseys
- Florida Basketball 'Chasing Greatness' In The Season's Stretch Run
Posts by Eric Goldschein
Jose Abreu is looking good. Cole Hamels, not so much. RotoExperts Assistant Editor Tim McCullough shares his latest spring fantasy insights.
Kevin Love, in response to Tyson Chandler's comments about his defense: "F*** him. I don't give a s***."
— Phil Ervin (@PhilErvin) March 7, 2014
Don’t you love it when two guys from irrelevant teams go at it? Really makes you wonder what it would be like if their teams were actually, you know, not irrelevant.
Great NFL players — and formerly great players — are often cut by their long-time teams, because football is more about the scheme than the personnel. It makes for some ignominious exits, but if teams want to stay competitive, they can’t give millions of dollars and a roster spot to a guy out of sentimentality or hope.
Good news for people who love it when Vlade Divac sells his house: Vlade Divac is selling his house. The five bedroom, four (and a half) bathroom chrome and stucco contemporary pad located in the “exclusive community” of Castellammare is on sale for $3.25 million.
Last night, a douche bro decided to break away from his pack and rush the basketball court by himself, to predictably terrible results. Video of the strange, unfortunate, stupid incident after the jump.
The Spurs stomped the Heat 111-87 last night behind a masterful performance from Tim Duncan (23 points, 11 boards, one out-of-character outburst). Both teams wore Latina Noche uniforms, which as we’ve noted have short-sleeves, for some reason. Everybody — from the winners to the losers — hated on the sleeves after the game.
On this episode of Off The Grid, the guys discuss ideas for changing the rules of our favorite sports, from planting landmines on the football field to the NBA’s proposed four-point line. We also talk sports video games and how angry they make us, the results of our Fantasy Oscars, and attempt to improv with each other, with predictably weird results.
— Wade Phillips (@sonofbum) March 6, 2014
BLAM BLAM BLAM. Twitter shots fired by Wade Phillips, the best 66-year-old Twitter user out there.