- Pretty Much Screwed: Why Your Team Won't Win The 2014 NBA Championship
- Worldstar Hip Hop Does Some Bad NBA Lip Reading
- Burger King Made Fun Of A Soccer Player For Being Fat, Might Get Sued For It
- Fantasy Baseball: Kyle Lohse Deserves More Props
- Notre Dame's Everett Golson Excited To Return After 2013 Suspension
Posts by Eric Goldschein
With the regular season in the books, we still believe that your favorite team is, more likely than not, pretty much screwed.
It’s ‘Top 10 Of The NBA Season’ Season: Here Are Your Top 10 Crossovers, Circus Shots, Phantom Clips And More
The NBA Playoffs start tomorrow, and you know what that means: The NBA regular season has already happened. As is customary, we remember 2013-14 by making a list of good things that happened, putting them in order from “least most impressive” to “most most impressive” and compiling video clips of evidence to show that they occurred.
On n'a jamais été bons sur les rimes. Notre truc, c'est le burger. pic.twitter.com/gUiuf71A9c
— Burger King France (@BurgerKingFR) April 17, 2014
If you’re not French, you probably have no idea why this is a big deal. And maybe it isn’t. But how would you feel if a company that sells disgusting food proven to make people fat called you out for being fat?
This week, Off The Grid is a day late. Sorry about that. Please forgive us and listen to the guys try to understand what makes playoff hockey so great, discuss the relative immaturity of a 23-year-old superstar from Cuba and ask a “Fexpert” who will win the big game/how to land a job at Hooters/other burning questions.
What might have been if Steve Nash had stayed in Dallas? That’s what he wants to know.
MCSO has released a mugshot of former Eagles QB Donovan McNabb. More details to come. pic.twitter.com/QpnNVMV2IR
— AZ Family (@azfamily) April 17, 2014
So We’re All Ready To Jump Down Roger Federer’s Throat For Missing The French Open For A Stupid Baby Right?
Alright guys, get your pitchforks ready: We’ve found another expecting dad who also happens to play professional sports, and he actually plans on taking time off if these two things (birth of child; scheduled sporting event) intersect. His name is Roger Federer, and he’s clearly a lazy, self-centered douche.
George Springer has been called up by the Astros, much to the delight of anticipatory fantasy leaguers. Jesus Ortiz of the Houston Chronicle talks about the promotion of the top prospect.
What do you think? Hard to argue with Tony Parker’s “The free throw that wasn’t,” as I’m choosing to call it.
The Spurs did something this year that no other team has done since the NBA-ABA merger, and it resulted in the best record in the league. Also, team selfie.