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Speaking of a “12-year high,” anyone put any credence into the theory that Bob Costas’s eyes are always red because he’s been chain-smoking weed before broadcasts? In all honesty, with ratings like this Bob can do whatever the hell he wants…
Canada beats the U.S. in a low scoring hockey game that reminds us why we normally don’t watch hockey games.
Celebrate This Triumphant U.S. Hockey Moment By Dropping $8.5 Million On Jeremy Roenick’s Scottsdale Sports Palace
If you’re looking to become the coolest dude in Arizona (not very hard), look no further: American hockey legend Jeremy Roenick wants to give you the ultimate party house. What you have to do is take all the money you’ll ever make in your entire life, go to a casino, put it all on black, win, do that three more times, and it’s yours. U-S-A! U-S-A!
Russian Hockey Has Been On A Steady Decline Over The Last Decade, While American Hockey Has Increasingly Gotten Better
Team USA plays the Czech Republic in the men’s hockey quarterfinals. How can you watch, and who’s gonna win?
Duke and Team USA coach Mike Krzyzewski showed up to talk to students camping out for basketball tickets yesterday, and relayed a really strange anecdote about the time he met Beyonce and how she made him feel like a little kid.
Over the summer, various rumblings had Mike Krzyzewski stepping down from his position as head coach of USA basketball. Moments ago on ESPN Radio’s “Mike & Mike In The Morning,” Coach K confirmed that fate: beginning this summer, Jerry Colangelo and the rest of USA basketball will hunt for a new coach for the World Championships in Madrid in 2014.
USA Basketball released a video of Team USA’s bloopers from their recent Olympic trip, and it’s actually funny. Although it’s dripping with that “aw shucks they’re just regular guys” sentiment, take it for what it is – people being people.
That’s “gold or bust, bitch,” for those of you unable to decipher the censoring. Doug Collins is still bitter about the ’72 Munich games, when the Soviets defeated the Yanks 51-50 after some shenanigans with the clock and a called timeout, causing the final play to be replayed twice. So when Team USA took home gold earlier this morning, Collins knew exactly what type of pressure Team USA had been under. Back in ’72, when Collins’ Team USA squad took silver, the Americans had never lost an Olympic basketball game before.