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  1. Chester HS basketball player brought his man pants to the court, throws down monstrous dunk

    Jan 2, 2013, 2:46 PM EDT


    Festivus may have passed us by but at least Chester High School basketball magician Rondae Jefferson can just bust out Youtube and show everybody the amazing feat of strength he uncorked over the weekend when he scooped up an errant rebound and started a Hobbit-like meander through the defense of Imhotep Institute that culminated in…

  2. Michigan State and TCU faced off in a wing eating competition before their bowl game

    Dec 31, 2012, 5:51 PM EDT

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    Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl - TCU v Michigan State

    TCU and Michigan State faced off in the Buffalo Wild Wings bowl on Saturday night that ended with a late field goal by Michigan State as they pulled off a 17-16 nailbiter to capture their bowl win to go along with the chicken wing contest they won last Wednesday to give them a sweep of…

  3. Don’t quit your day job: Dunking Santa Claus slams face on rim

    Dec 27, 2012, 2:40 PM EDT

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    After a holiday season of over-Santa-saturation, why not end it with a video where the fat man fails? The Bulls employed a team of dunking Santas but one of them misjudged his trampoline jump and ended up with a mouthful of hard metal, much to the entertainment of just about everybody. Do it again, Santa!…

  4. Lost and hound: Facebook helps German goalkeeper find lost dog

    Dec 24, 2012, 6:21 PM EDT

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    Goalie for German soccer team “Borussia Monchengladbach” Marc-Andre ter Stegen lost something near and dear to his heart after his dog Bali was hit by a car and wobbled away in shock, unable to find his way home like your favorite senior citizen stricken with Alzheimers. After searching far and wide for his pup, ter…

  5. Somebody find us a faster horse! Double amputee sprinter Oscar Pistorius outruns Arabian horse (VIDEO)

    Dec 14, 2012, 5:32 PM EDT

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    South Africa's Pistorius, an Olympics and Paralympics athlete, runs alongside a pure-bred Arabian race horse during the Doha GOALS forum at the Aspire Zone outdoor circuit in Doha

    The horse population failed to comment after one of its brethren was beaten by Olympic sprinter (and double leg amputee) Oscar Pistorius on Wednesday when he outraced an Arabian horse in a Qatar fundraiser to demonstrate that, “being disabled does not have to hinder ones dreams”. Especially if one’s dream is to outrun a horse.…

  6. Tis the season for ankle breaking crossovers

    Dec 13, 2012, 12:30 PM EDT

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    Kobe Bryant, Kyrie Irving

    As a mere pauper in today’s society, the one thing that can consistently make me smile are GIFs of millionaires looking foolish. And that happens a lot during crossover highlights. Buzzfeed put together an epic collection of ankle breaking NBA crossovers this season has brought us and I couldn’t help but share this heaven for…

  7. WHAMMY! High school girls basketball team wins 107-2

    Dec 12, 2012, 4:12 PM EDT


    Why Bloomington South High School (Ind.) didn’t put in their super reserves who don’t know how to score when they were up by say, 85 or 90 points is beyond me, but last night these girls put the whuppin’ on Arlington High School with a 105-point win. Maybe Arlington High’s filled with really mean, untalented…

  8. Someone’s messing up here: Girls high school basketball game ends with a score of 76-0

    Dec 7, 2012, 3:40 PM EDT

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    What’s going on here? Was the losing team posing some kind of Ghandi inspired ‘scoring strike’? Because that’s the only excuse that works as they had their souls handed to them by North Forest High School in Texas, 76-0. That’s like how the final game in Space Jam would’ve ended up if Michael Jordan didn’t…

  9. If you like your boots hideous and expensive, Jordan 28 is the shoe for you

    Dec 7, 2012, 1:21 PM EDT

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    Jordan brand shoes are usually known for being the hippest stuff in the shoe market since Allen Iverson’s “The Answer” heyday. Heck, I’m wearing Jordans right now. They’re the coolest shoe and I’m pretty sure when I wear them I jump. like, two inches higher. There’s only one problem. The latest version of Jordans shocked…

  10. Boston Brouhaha: Humphries fouls Garnett, Rondo comes to the rescue

    Nov 30, 2012, 4:51 PM EDT

    Brooklyn Nets v Boston Celtics

    Kris Humphries became the pseudo mascot for NBA villainery after he made a fool of himself with the Kardashian clan only to have Kim dump him after 72 days, later decreeing it ‘just a publicity stunt’ when Kardashian refused to return the $2 million dollar engagement ring he gave her. Oh, celebrities. Sometimes they make…

  11. One final gaze at the crumbled remains of what was once Andy Reid’s Philadelphia football empire

    Nov 29, 2012, 5:44 PM EDT

    Andy Reid

    So this is the end. There’s no such thing as forever and that has become readily apparent as Andy Reid clings to the last vestiges of his head coaching career in Philadelphia. Nobody expected him to last this long, I can guarantee you that. So after fourteen seasons of some pretty good football, let’s take…

  12. High school quarterbacks throwing bounce passes? How? Why? Woah (VIDEO)

    Nov 28, 2012, 5:29 PM EDT


    I have no idea why a regular backwards lateral that flies through the air without touching the ground wouldn’t work here either, but quarterback Max Browne of Skyline high school seems to prefer showing off some insane ball skills to execute a perfect football bounce pass to his WR Matt Sinatro, who turned and heaved…

  13. Things fall apart: Fare thee well, Andy Reid

    Nov 27, 2012, 3:41 PM EDT

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    Andy Reid, Michael Vick

    From 2000 to 2010, Andy Reid’s gambles mostly paid off. In the past two years, well, I guess he hasn’t been so lucky. At all. As the offensive line crumbled and fell, Michael Vick produced turnover after turnover and the defense couldn’t stop Jason Peters on a malfunctioning motor scooter, most of it has been…

  14. Mark Cuban declares NBA ‘power balance’ bracelet a scam, throws them in trash (VIDEO)

    Nov 27, 2012, 10:13 AM EDT


    According to Mark Cuban, for $32.99 you too can get scammed by the NBA’s online store as they attempt to sell ‘Power Balance’ bracelets bedazzled with the logos of NBA teams. But Cuban ain’t having this. In fact, he’s going to go around throwing every Power Balance bracelet he sees in trash cans until he’s…

  15. Mayor of Toronto ousted for using office to raise money for the football team he coaches

    Nov 26, 2012, 8:51 PM EDT

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    I don’t know how the people of Toronto fell for this guy. He fits the Hollywood stereotype of the chubby politician who gets involved in shady shenanigans that usually end with an Owen Wilson-type character teaming with, say, Jackie Chan to swoop in to save the day. But that last part did not need to…

  16. In a show of more solidarity, two brave Colts cheerleaders shave their heads for Pagano

    Nov 26, 2012, 1:22 PM EDT

    Indianapolis Colts cheerleaders walk with shaved heads during an NFL football game in Indianapolis, Indiana.

    Never have I ever seen bald heads look so beautiful. Though two weeks later than everyone else, a couple of Colts cheerleaders got rid of their beautiful flowing locks and replaced them with a bald head in a show of Colts solidarity that follows the shave-a-thon two weeks ago when most of the Colts shaved…

  17. Tulsa Oilers become the “Gotham City Crusaders”, don awesome Batman jerseys

    Nov 23, 2012, 6:39 PM EDT


    This seems like a perfect opportunity to dress up like Bane and make everyone uncomfortable. The Tulsa Oilers of the Central Hockey League will discard their old Oiler identities for a life of justice and impeccable moral compasses today to become the “Gotham City Crusaders”, complete with absolutely adorable jerseys adorned with the Batman logo…

  18. Attention Ohio State students: stop jumping into Mirror Lake before Michigan games, you are only hurting yourself

    Nov 21, 2012, 5:58 PM EDT

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    One of Ohio State’s many crazy customs involves a collective jump into a freezing lake every year before the Michigan game, a tradition that can turn dangerous because the quantity of students, poor condition of the lake, frigid weather and excessive alcohol consumption is basically just a big old cocktail of possible hypothermia. This reminds…

  19. Even Steve Nash has been infected with the Gangnam Style virus (video)

    Nov 20, 2012, 1:37 PM EDT


    Steve Nash has been nursing a small fracture in his leg that has kept him off the court for much of the newborn NBA season but that hasn’t stopped him from a deadpan prance on the Staples Center jumbo screen to the dance craze of 2012 that is Gangnam Style: a dance created by the…

  20. Clippers’ DeAndre Jordan spends his free time fake farting on people

    Nov 16, 2012, 1:23 PM EDT

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    DeAndre Jordan burst upon the basketball scene with an uncanny ability to execute alley oops just as well as Blake Griffin, which rewarded him with a gigantic new contract even though he appears to not know how to shoot a jump shot. And now that he’s rich and presumably satisfied, it’s time to run around…

  21. Off the Bench field trip: A face-to-face encounter with reigning NBA Rookie of the Year Kyrie Irving (video)

    Nov 13, 2012, 10:17 AM EDT

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    With the help of Deadspin’s Samer Kalaf at the helm of my iPhone, I trekked to New York City to hang out at “The Ainsworth”, a fancy restaurant with incredible tiny cheeseburgers. There I had the opportunity to get my butt whupped in NBA 2K13 by a far superior opponent, watched the unveiling of Irving’s…

  22. It seems to be open season on referees in the Tajikistan Premier League

    Nov 9, 2012, 5:05 PM EDT

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    This is just like what the XFL should have looked like if they didn’t want to fold. A Tajikistan Premier League game between “Istaravshan” and “Energetik Dushanbe” had to be abandoned in the 81st minute after players and fans got so mad at the referees they tried beating them up. First of all, are we…

  23. Obama’s victory makes the toilet paper fly at Auburn’s Toomer’s Corner oak trees

    Nov 8, 2012, 1:19 PM EDT


    Gone are the halycon days when Cam Newton, Michael Dyer and Nick Fairley led the Auburn Tigers to the BCS National Championship over Oregon back in 2010. Nowadays, Chizik’s 2-7 record isn’t giving anybody much to smile about. Or, if you’re an Auburn student, their smiling equivalent of throwing toilet paper at specific (and endangered!)…

  24. We found the one dude in San Francisco behaving himself amidst the World Series chaos

    Oct 31, 2012, 4:51 PM EDT


    It takes quite the iron will to resist the urge to riot if everybody around you is rioting too. I mean, why do THEY get to see how it feels to smash a traffic light? One of my favorite memories from the Phillies’ riot in ’08 was when I saw a bunch of dudes knock…

  25. Jalen Rose explains how he thinks athletes go broke in wake of ESPN’s 30 for 30 film “Broke” (VIDEO)

    Oct 31, 2012, 2:07 PM EDT

    17th Annual ESPY Awards - Red Carpet

    ESPN recently released its latest 30 for 30 and if you were ever curious as to how and why some athletes blow through their money so quickly that they end up bankrupt after a long playing career you should mosey on over there and figure out how to watch it. Jalen Rose recently sat down…