- Stephen A. Smith Goes Off On Steelers Running Backs For Their Weed Bust
- TBT: That Time The Super Bowl Halftime Show Was A Magician
- We Did A Terrible Job Lip Reading That Little League Coach's Moving Speech
- Holy Crap Ernie Johnson Does A Spot-On Shaq Impression
- Brett Favre Talks Returning To Green Bay, No Regrets About NFL Career
After beating New Albany, IN, 12-7 in the Great Lakes Region final, they next play on Thursday in Williamsport, PA.
Time once again for ESPN’s non-stop coverage of that peculiar institution, the LLWS. Making money off the backs of pre-teens — it’s the American way.
As most people who read sports articles on the Internet will tell you, Sports on Earth wasn’t the site for hot takes for the sake of hot takes. That probably played a role in its downfall.
Yesterday, we brought you news that a Kevin Love-to-Cleveland deal was “done but not done,” according to an ESPN reporter. Reminder: ESPN isn’t a trustworthy source anymore.
Highlights in the world of sports from the past week, just the way you like ‘em: cut into fun, bite-sized video pieces. Join host Eytan Shander as he deconstructs the top stories.
Awkward ESPN Interview With Andrew Wiggins Poses Cringeworthy Question: ‘Do You Think Cleveland Wants You?’
ESPN seems intent on making Wiggins cry with this stupid interview. It’s gonna be a long month at the Worldwide Leader, as we wait for a Kevin Love deal to materialize.
CNN Analyst Nails Stephen A. Smith For His Bullshit Apology, ESPN For Not Suspending Him [UPDATE: Smith Off The Air]
There’s been a lot said about Stephen A. Smith’s “provoke” comments on First Take over the past week, as well as ESPN’s willingness to keep Smith on the air after his apology. But I’m willing to bet nobody has taken Smith and the Worldwide Leader to task as succinctly and fantastically as legal analyst Mel Robbins did on CNN today.
All due respect to the great Nate Silver and his wonderful site FiveThirtyEight, which is staffed by intelligent and engaging writers whom I like and appreciate for their unique perspective — but if yesterday’s Brazil-Germany match taught us anything, it’s that the “odds” of a team winning, or losing, a game are pretty much bullshit.