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Every Single Carmelo Anthony Bucket From Last Night’s 62 Point Performance

Had he stayed in the game, he would have broken Kobe’s record of 81. No doubt. Here are the stats, facts, and video of every made basket…


Will The NFL Be Totally Awkward And Take Away Peyton Manning’s Passing Yards Record?

This pass was clearly thrown backwards, which makes it a lateral, not a pass, which makes this a rushing attempt, not a pass completion. This should be a 7 yard run by Decker, and thus Manning actually had 5,470 yards this year. WHOOPS.

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Hey Heisman Voters And NFL Teams Who Need A QB, Please Consider NIU’s Jordan Lynch (He’s Good At The Football Game)

He’s the blue collar Johnny Manziel. He also has less baggage (literally and figuratively), less ego, and better numbers. Never heard of him? Now you have. See what ridiculous records he’s setting inside.


Don’t Look Now, But Koji Uehara Is Having A Historic Season Closing Out Games

As he mows through the Detroit Tiger’s star studded lineup every night, the 38-year-old closer is making a strong case for best season in relief, ever. The stunning, unparalelled numbers, after the jump.


A-Rod Breaks Lou Gehrig’s Career Grand Slam Record, Is Still A Douche

Congratulations, A-Rod! You’re still the most unpopular legend in sports. (Doesn’t mean you can’t be happy, just don’t go punting any beer cans into anyone’s face.)


Here’s A Video Of Lionel Messi’s 86 Goals From 2012

Leo Messi notched his 85th and 86th goals of the calendar year Sunday in Barcelona’s 2-1 victory over Real Betis, tying and breaking Gerd Muller’s 85-goal single-year record set back in 1972. Here are highlights of that, plus the 84 goals that came before them. Get ready for a 10 minutes well spent.

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This Mind-Boggling Division III Basketball Statline Will Power You Through Your Morning

Blink a few times, rub your eyes, have a double-take or five, do what you need to do before you can finally believe that what you’re about to see before you is true.


Miguel Cabrera And Robinson Cano Find Themselves On Opposite Ends Of The Postseason Record Books

The Yankees, particularly Robinson Cano, are hitting poorly. Miguel Cabrera? Not so much. After the jump, find out how Cano and Cabrera have etched themselves onto opposite ends of MLB’s postseason record books.

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