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Allen Iverson stepping over Tyronn Lue 16 years ago is a moment that might not ever happen again

Iverson lost the 2001 Finals. In today’s #RINGZ culture, would we even care about what he did? Sixteen years ago today, Allen Iverson shook Tyronn Lue, buried the jumper, stepped over him on his way back down the court, and stole his soul. Show More Summary

Which NBA superstar could the Cavaliers add to keep up the Warriors?

Adding Kevin Durant to a 73-win team created an unstoppable juggernaut. How can we balance the scales? As the Warriors have raced to a 2-0 lead in the NBA Finals, anyone hoping for a competitive series has mumbled the only analysis necessary: the Warriors won 73 games and then added Kevin freaking Durant. Show More Summary

Warriors fans see bias in the NBA's officiating crew for Game 2

It’s true: Scott Foster and Golden State have not got along well over the past few years. Scott Foster, Tony Brothers, and James Capers will refereeing Game 2 of the NBA Finals on Sunday, and it’s causing Warriors fans to groan all across the internet. Show More Summary

If the Cavaliers’ offense is in trouble, they should just chuck the ball out of bounds

We’re being serious. Better than allowing the Warriors a fast break. Here’s an obvious fact about the Golden State Warriors: they are a terror on the fast break. The combination of Kevin Durant coming at you and Stephen Curry spotting up for three is impossible to handle. In Game 1, the Cavaliers handled it by... Show More Summary

WWE Extreme Rules 2017: Full rundown and why you should care

Get ready for a show with some extreme (and not so extreme) stipulations. Welcome to WWE’s annual tribute to 80s hair band, Extreme: Extreme Rules. I briefly considered making a reference to Extreme songs in every match preview, butShow More Summary

Ranking all 19 of Nick Saban’s losses at Bama by how happy they’ve made the world

He’s had so few, you might remember all of them. Take this as a compliment, Bama fan. Your team is in the middle of probably the greatest dynasty in college football history (minus the “probably”), and your coach has so few losses (he’s 114-19 at Bama) that almost all of them are memorable by average fans. Enjoyed by devoted Bama haters 19. Show More Summary

The 5 best photos from the Bryce Harper-Hunter Strickland brawl

You’ve seen the moving images. But the still images might be even better. Hunter Strickland threw a baseball at Bryce Harper, who charged the mound and threw his helmet at the invisible devils that have been heckling him since he was 6. Show More Summary

Nashville became its own kind of hockeytown

Nashville likes sports. Hockey is a sport. It’s the Stanley Cup Final. Let’s not overthink ‘hockeytowns.’ “I listen to real country, but not this shit.” Ten years ago next week I was standing in a green room at something called the CMA...Show More Summary

7 definitive ways to decide LeBron James vs. Michael Jordan for good

Why won’t anyone consider these very important, totally serious stats when arguing LeBron vs. Jordan?! Has LeBron James surpassed Michael Jordan? It’s a debate that has been raging over the past week now that James is headed to his seventh straight NBA Finals, a series that could potentially give him the fourth championship of his career. Show More Summary

How Sidney Crosby's genius defines the Penguins

Crosby has been better before. But in some ways, he's as great as ever. The goal that delivered the Pittsburgh Penguins to this Stanley Cup Final is the same goal they’ve scored a zillion times since 2005. Sidney Crosby went after the puck in the corner. Show More Summary

LaVar Ball coached LaMelo's AAU team to 52-point loss

LaMelo’s Big Ballers lost 109-57 to Compton Magic. Of course LaVar Ball’s AAU team is named after his family. The Big Ballers, on which LaMelo Ball plays, got beaten badly on Saturday. The Compton Magic dominated from the very beginning,...Show More Summary

Aaron Rodgers hopes to play until he’s 45 like Tom Brady

Warren Moon started until he was 42, but Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers think they can leave that number in the dust. Tom Brady hopes to make NFL history with his longevity, and Aaron Rodgers thinks he can match it. “I saw Tom at the [Kentucky]...Show More Summary

Bills need to play on the field like their fans cheer off it

Unless Sean McDermott can break Buffalo’s streak of mediocrity, the most exciting action in Buffalo will be in the parking lots. Over the course of 17 playoff-less years, Bills fans have become much more interesting than the franchise...Show More Summary

Victor Cruz claims Giants didn’t target him in 2016 so he’d be easy to cut in the offseason

“When you look at the film, when you look at how it goes down, it’s the only way.” Victor Cruz is a free agent for the first time in his NFL career after he was released by the New York Giants in February. Three months later, Cruz tossed...Show More Summary

Ottawa Senators owner finds the lack of a Game 6 sellout ‘very disturbing’

The Senators may not sell out the biggest game of their season. The Ottawa Senators are playing the Pittsburgh Penguins in an elimination Game 6 on Tuesday evening. However, if you looked at the ticket sales for said game at the Canadian...Show More Summary

Redesigning football

Two chess grandmasters battling one another with white and black pieces that embody the athletic grace and beauty of Misty Copeland’s balletics. A heavy dose of the hard hitting from Ali-Frazier’s Thrilla in Manila. As a game designer...Show More Summary

Bears went to great lengths to keep their interest in Mitchell Trubisky a secret

The Chicago Bears proved to be pretty sneaky in the pre-draft process. The Chicago Bears surprised us all during the NFL draft by moving up one spot to No. 2 overall to select North Carolina quarterback Mitchell Trubisky. Yet the Bears...Show More Summary

What's the biggest movie no one remembers anything about?

Add your pick in the comments! You’ve probably seen a lot of movies. A lot of them were big movies that a lot of other people also saw. But what about movies that pretty much everybody saw... but whose plots escape you now? What’s aShow More Summary

What song would you sign your rookie contract to?

Myles Garrett chose Seal’s “Kiss From a Rose” but there’s plenty of ways to go here. Myles Garrett signed his rookie contract with the Cleveland Browns on Friday, a deal that’s worth up to $30.4 million with more than $20 million guaranteed. Show More Summary

College football teams keep comparing themselves to Star Wars’ loser bad guys

Why would you want to associate yourself with the evil side that didn’t even win the war? College football teams like to get the attention of young people by comparing themselves to things young people are into. Star Wars is evidently...Show More Summary

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