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Places you don’t want to be during a World Cup semifinal: On a plane, or perhaps working in a mine. Kudos to these guys for making the most of it.
A foul pop-up into the stands caused temporary chaos in the Red Sox announcers’ booth Wednesday night, as a female fan in the front row decided to tuck her souvenir ball into her bra — and the sequence was caught on camera — leading broadcasters Jerry Remy and Don Orsillo to giggle uncontrollably and dip into silence for the next 37 seconds.
Check out this little collection of sad U.S. soccer fans around the world, and take comfort in the fact that they, too, are heartbroken.
The U.S. is by no means a soccer country — we call it soccer! — but enthusiasm for U.S.-Ghana was high across the nation and around the globe. Life didn’t stop for many, but those who cared… really cared.
Just when you thought all sports mascots were just womanizing athletes with a penchant for throwing buckets of confetti on patrons and dry humping unsuspecting game officials, Heater makes us rethink everything. The Dayton Dragons mascot shared a conversation with a young, deaf fan in sign language, and the world seems like a less evil place.
After a hard-fought Game 7 win over the Raptors yesterday, the Nets move on to the second round of the NBA playoffs. One of the themes of this series — the incredible fan support that the Raptors received from their fans both inside and outside the arena — appears to have stuck with the Nets, who couldn’t stop talking about Toronto’s fans after the game.
We’ve been giving the Pacers a lot of shit lately. We’re not the only ones. But we’re not Pacers fans. Pacers fans are supposed to stick by their team. Instead, they’re selling their tickets for less than $10 apiece.