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Let’s go, sports dads of America. If you have a 15-year-old son whom you think is going to be a superstar one day, get to making those prop bets. Or, are you chicken?
The last time we saw the World Cup in 2010, there were just a few Fantasy sites offering World Cup games out there. But now, there are a half-dozen or more offering Fantasy World Cup games.
The host team is a massive favorite, he says. But beware: while Silver’s political predictions are uncanny, his sports prognostications are a bit more wobbly.
The big day is here and the race is fast approaching. That’s right, folks. It’s Belmont Stakes Saturday and we’ll soon know if California Chrome can become the first Triple Crown winner since 1978 when Steve Cauthen raced Affirmed to three victories in the big three races.
Please read our most heralded submission to the Pulitzer Center, whereby we rank history’s most awesome horse-monsters. When they eventually turn this post into a movie, we’ll remember you and give you a part (because we’re cool like that). Odds for Saturday’s race, plus a killer slideshow, after the jump…
Insults From An Idiot: CNBC’s Sports Betting Scam Artist ‘Steve Stevens’ Won’t Stop Sending Us Hilarious And Incoherent Emails
A month ago, our Matt Rudnitsky exposed the bullshit of “Steve Stevens,” from CNBC’s “Money Talks.” Stevens keeps sending hilarious, angry emails to us. Here they are.
The NHL playoffs could be the greatest playoffs in all of playoffsville. They’re here. Let’s preview the matchups.
Wanna know how you get the fight for free? Easy — order it for $60, then put $200 on Pacquiao knocking out Bradley in the 7th round. That should cover dinner, drinks, and a cab ride wherever the hell you want once this thing’s over.