Frank Caliendo appeared on Mike & Mike this morning and did his Frank Caliendo thing. Today’s top impression: Bill Walton.
Five years ago, John Wall — then making his debut as a rookie with the Washington Wizards — boogied his way through player introductions by doing “The Dougie”, the hot song-and-dance routine of Fall 2010.
Reggie Miller, arguably the worst color analyst in all of sports today, somehow reached a new low during last night’s Warriors-Pelicans game.
The NBA Playoffs are here and that means that Inside The NBA‘s “40 Games in 40 Nights” is back, which is a lot of air time for Ernie and the Gang to fill.
The video you see above — posted to LiveLeak on Thursday — allegedly shows ESPN reporter Britt McHenry berating a tow lot attendant earlier this month.
Orange Is The New Black is coming back for a third season soon. If you haven’t started watching it, let me be the 1,000th person to tell you “dude, it is actually really damn good.” Not only is the story captivating, but the characters are awesome and the acting is superb. Also, the cast features
So, this was an interesting thing that happened on the latest episode of Katie Nolan’s “Garbage Time” over the weekend. Nolan, a Fox Sports employee, absolutely shredded an article posted on Outkick The Coverage, one of the blogs under the Fox Sports dot com’s umbrella, about “How to Land a Husband at The Masters.”
ESPN’s Skip Bayless took to Twitter on Monday night to express his thoughts on the NCAA Championship game. Sports Illustrated’s Richard Deitsch took to Twitter to let Bayless know that he really didn’t give a shit.
It wouldn’t be April in the NBA without the Houston Rockets distributing a video yearbook in hopes of swaying some opinions during NBA awards season.
Monday night’s bottom-feeder match between the Minnesota Timberwolves and Utah Jazz was totally worth watching for one reason: Andrew Wiggins.
Will Ferrell is a man who wears many hats, and now vocalist is one of those. Check out his stirring rendition of the Star Trek theme which he performed on his proverbial press tour for “Get Hard” on the Late Late Show with James Corden.
So this is weird. Timofey Mozgov — of “You’ve Been Mozgov’d” fame — participated in an interview with Cleveland Cavaliers sideline reporter Allie Clifton before tonight’s game against the Brooklyn Nets. For some reason, and without hesitation, Mozgov answered the first question in Russian.