Bad — but not unexpected — news out of Oklahoma City: the Thunder have shut down Kevin Durant for the remainder of the 2014-15 NBA season, including playoffs.
By now you’ve probably seen that awkward commercial featuring a backwards-jersey-wearing Timofey Mozgov hocking The Brew Garden, a Cleveland-area restaurant. Well, there’s a second version of the commercial, and, it’s…well, just watch.
Hey, check this out: Alonzo Mourning basically just called Dikembe Mutombo a liar.
It only took a scant 39 years — and exactly 15 years after its demolition — but the Kingdome, the hideous mound of concrete where CenturyLink Field stands today, has finally been paid off.
Thank goodness he’s wearing his jersey backwards so we can see the name “Mozgov”. Otherwise, we’d have no way of knowing this was actually the 7’1″ Russian center who plays for the Cleveland Cavaliers, and not some imposter.
Hey Kirk, little bit higher there, okay buddy?
Here’s a story Microsoft likely won’t be using in its next ad campaign: the result of a relegation game in ProA — Germany’s 2nd level pro basketball league — between BV Chemnitz 99 and Paderborn.
In case you missed it yesterday, the city of Seattle turned into a traffic hellscape, as a semi truck — carrying a load of salmon, of course — tipped over at the south end of of SR-99, causing a 9-hour closure of the “this-is-definitely-falling-over-in-an-earthquake” Alaskan Way Viaduct.
Following a 15-year Hall of Fame career with the Boston Celtics, Paul Pierce spent one, mostly forgettable season playing for the Brooklyn Nets before quickly moving on to the Washington Wizards.
Your browser does not support iframes.A handful of New York Yankees spent some downtime during spring training to try their hand at acting. Their first (and probably last) scene: the one from The Sandlot where Smalls (played here by Brett Gardner) realizes who Babe Ruth actually is and — appropriately — faints.
A recent baseball game between D’Iberville and Hancock High (Miss.) featured an absurd 8-7-6 double play, thanks to center fielder Travis Bender misplaying a line drive.
Move over, Dude Perfect, there’s a new trick shot sheriff in town.