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Taj Gibson's Monster Dunk Sent Announcer Stacey King Back to 2005

News | January 15, 2013, 10:52 am

Taj Gibson's Monster Dunk Sent Announcer Stacey King Back to 2005

The Chicago Bulls held the Atlanta Hawks to 58 points last night. Atlanta had 5 points in the second quarter and 20 at the half. They barely beat the all time record for first half futility, which is held by the Clippers when they had 19 to start a game back in 1999. A game like that is boring. It's... Read More

Get Ready for Championship Sunday with Vintage NFL Cheerleader Pics

News | January 15, 2013, 10:12 am

Get Ready for Championship Sunday with Vintage NFL Cheerleader Pics

I've long thought that Championship Sunday would make for a better party than Super Bowl Sunday. Obviously you get two presumably good games, which means double the time to gorge yourself on food and booze. You would eliminate some of the guests who ask tons of questions because the Super Bowl is the... Read More

This Might Be the Only Time You'll Ever See a Half Court Shot Like This

News | January 14, 2013, 12:28 pm

This Might Be the Only Time You'll Ever See a Half Court Shot Like This

Most people who have played basketball or even just shot around at a park have taken some heaves from half-court. Sometimes they go in, most times they hit nothing or comically ricochet away. But at Friday night's Atlanta Hawks game, a season ticket holder plucked from the crowd to try a half-court shot... Read More

LeBron James Hasn't Changed Much in Ten Years

News | January 14, 2013, 10:00 am

LeBron James Hasn't Changed Much in Ten Years

LeBron James made his NBA debut in 2003 on the road in Sacramento. LeBron proved he belonged immediately, scoring 25 points, grabbing nine boards, dishing six assists and getting four steals. That pic on the left is from that game, and the pic on the right is from Saturday when the Heat blew out the... Read More

Metta World Peace Spreads the Love After a Sweet And One Play

News | January 14, 2013, 9:40 am

Metta World Peace Spreads the Love After a Sweet And One Play

The Lakers got their first win of 2013, beating the woeful Cavaliers 113-93 at Staples Center. The game was never really in question after the first quarter, though L.A. did let Cleveland cut the lead in the second half. It was Metta World Peace who showed his softer side during one sequence. MWP... Read More

Hard Snaps - 12 Great Photos From the Divisional Round

News | January 14, 2013, 9:11 am

Hard Snaps - 12 Great Photos From the Divisional Round

Even if you aren't a fan of any of the teams who were still in the NFL playoffs, those were some great games to watch this weekend. The Baltimore and Denver double OT thriller was quite possibly one of the top three or four postseason games ever. San Francisco showed that they are for real, and Colin... Read More

Pete Rose Struggling to Come to Terms with Fiancee's Breast Reduction

News | January 11, 2013, 11:23 am

Pete Rose Struggling to Come to Terms with Fiancee's Breast Reduction

Poor Pete Rose. No, I'm not talking about baseball, I'm talking about the 71-year-old's fiancee's decision to get her breasts reduced. It seems Rose is still having a hard time accepting that it happened. Pete and former Playboy model Kiana Kim are set to star in a new reality series, Hits and Mrs.... Read More

Here's Shane Battier Singing 'The Love Boat' Theme Because Why the Hell Not?

News | January 10, 2013, 11:45 am

Here's Shane Battier Singing 'The Love Boat' Theme Because Why the Hell Not?

Miami Heat forward Shane Battier was clearly not meant to be a singer. Still, Battier didn't let that small fact get in the way of him completely murdering the theme to 1970s and 80s classic camp TV show The Love Boat. The logical question of course is why in the world is Battier torturing our ears like... Read More

Jeff Green Provides Back-to-Back Highlights on Emotional Anniversary

News | January 10, 2013, 8:50 am

Jeff Green Provides Back-to-Back Highlights on Emotional Anniversary

Boston Celtics forward Jeff Green scored a team high 14 points in their win over Phoenix, and he brought the home crowd to its feet on consecutive plays last night with two rim rattling dunks. All of this on the one year anniversary of his open heart surgery. Green drove the lane and threw down a... Read More