The latest national crisis involving Derrick Rose surfaced last night when it appeared the sidelined Bulls guard casually snatched a jersey — a Derrick Rose jersey — from some little kid sitting court side at the Kings-Bulls game. I’ll ignore — for a moment — the fact I hate this kid (because I hate all
The “Cookie Challenge” is a thing where you put a cookie on your forehead and — without using your hands — attempt to wiggle it right into your mouth and eat it.
The Sacramento Kings are defying expectations on the court and now they’ve gone above and beyond expectations for the holiday season as well. I’m not sure what’s better. On the one hand, the sweaters are on point: just the right amount of gaudiness mixed with holiday cheeriness and Kings branding that doesn’t veer off into
Bulls big man Joakim Noah was quite displeased with the flop job of Kings center DeMarcus Cousins during Chicago’s 15-point loss in Sacramento on Thursday night. Unable to control his emotions, Noah proceeded to lose his mind and hop around like a toddler that didn’t get a king size Snickers bar during trick-or-treating. It appears
In case you missed it, the Swaggy P Show Los Angeles Lakers won their second game in a row Wednesday night, improving to 3-9 on the season and officially bumping the Oklahoma City Thunder (3-10) to the cellar of the Western Conference.
Many professional sports teams have promotion deals with various food vendors (mostly fast food), where if a certain criteria — a win, a point total — is met, fans in attendance can redeem their game ticket stub for a freebie. An example of this is when the Chicago Bulls score 100 points at a home
LeBron James: player, coach, GM, and — because he has Dan Gilbert by the balls — basically owner.
Nick “Swaggy P” Young is known for many things but a lack of swagger isn’t one of them. The Los Angeles Lakers shooting guard recently returned to the Lakers lineup from injury and the Lakers have since gone on a two game winning streak. Coincidence? Of course not, says Swaggy P. “It’s all about my
Poor Brandon Knight. Even when he actually does win, he just can’t.
The Toronto Raptors honored Vince Carter Wednesday night with a gesture that many people would deem ill-advised: a pre-game video tribute.
Ladies and gentlemen, your 2014-15 Philadelphia 76ers!
In the latest example of “NBA players wearing astoundingly weird outfits,” James Harden came to the arena dressed like this before Wednesday night’s Rockets game against the Lakers. To answer the question in the headline above: I have no god damn clue, but it kind of looks like a vagina. [@CJZero]