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Remember when we used to be the most intimidating sports country on Earth? Thanks to the dramatic end to the 2014 World Cup and beginning of the 2014 FIBA World Cup, we’re back to being the bad guys (for the right reasons). Full Team USA 19-man roster, after the jump…
What you see above is a possible leaked image of the new set of Nike uniforms Team USA will wear during the FIBA World Cup in Spain. Although it’s hard to tell from just a blurry photo, it appears as if these uniforms are sleeved. If so, that’s a nightmare for us all.
Do you miss basketball yet? Soccer’s cool and all, and baseball is just getting good, but if you miss watching guys throw a leather sphere through the ol’ peach basket, we’ve got just the thing for you: The FIBA Americas Championship for under-18-year-olds starts today.
USA World Cup Injury Update: Jozy Altidore Still Uncertain For The Rest Of The Tourney, Clint Dempsey May Need A Mask
Take a deep breath. Jurgen Klinsmann is still awaiting the results of Jozy Altidore’s MRI, but hopes to have him back at some point in the World Cup. Clint Dempsey has a broken nose and may go with a mask against Portugal.
The 2014 World Cup started today in Brazil where the home team played somebody and something happened. All I know was it involved neither the U.S. team, nor England. However, if like me those are the only two teams you care about, let me hit you with a couple of spoilers:
WORLD CUP SPOILER 1: The U.S. will not win the 2014 World Cup. Heck, maybe never.
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!