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Posts by Tom Lorenzo
With just about every late-night March Madness game turning into one blowout game after another, we figured we’d inspire you with a little trick shot madness. Imagine, these gents broke a world record by making a 192-foot shot from up high in a helicopter. There’s something you certainly don’t see… ever. [via Image CPR]
I have to say that in all my years, I have never seen anything like this. Sure, Pau Gasol was rumored to have been traded and came oh so very close to being moved about 2-3 times already, but for him to put a video on YouTube talking about how he didn’t get trade and how difficult today was? Um, talk about sensitive.
John Stockton certainly has his “proud papa” moments, one of which, I imagine, came when his son David, who plays for his alma mater, helped the Gonzaga Bulldogs play their way into the NCAA Tournament. Then again, you always have to be careful what you wish for. Had the Bulldogs not made the tourney then, well, we wouldn’t have to had seen this embarrassing moment.
Tennis balls, everyone. Relax. Everyone wants a piece of Rafael Nada’s tennis balls. Such was the case when Nadal threw an autographed ball into the stands at an Indian Wells tournament and a fan, trying to make the grab, bit it and fell flat on his face.
Tonight, on the ESPN broadcast of the Heat-Bulls game, one fine young gentleman was caught on camera rocking the ultimate haters shirt. It read: “FUK LBJ.” How adorable. Video after the jump!
You would think that the Portland Trail Blazers were upset over Mike D’Antoni resigning this afternoon, since they showed up at MSG to take on the Knicks and, well, played some seriously uninspired basketball. Keep your heads up, guys. He’ll find work elsewhere.
“Injured Ricky Rubio Riding A Scooter Through A Store” Will Bring Joy To Your Heart Unless You Have No Soul
While you’re busty trying to figure out whether or not Dwight Howard is going to remain with the Orlando Magic through the trade deadline, here’s a little something to remind you of the simple things in life. It’s Timberwolves rookie point guard Ricky Rubio riding around in a scooter with the Beach Boys playing in the background. Standing. Ovation.
It didn’t take long for Russell Westbrook to make a statement in tonight’s game against the Houston Rockets. In fact, it only took about 15 seconds for him to drive to the hoop and throw down what’s likely to be the dunk of the night.