Trolling has taken on a whole new meaning over the last couple of years and in many ways 2014 was the Year of the Troll.
Aaron Rodgers grabbed more attention for drinking a postgame beverage than for his performance in the Packers road win in Minnesota on Sunday. The MVP candidate supposedly trolled the Vikings by sipping on a Grape Crush soda during his postgame press conference, a move that had Vikes fans and others losing their collective minds. Rodgers
It will only be a little while longer until #lebroning and “cramp-gate” are footnotes in the Spurs’ history books. Until that time mercilessly comes, there will still be opportunities for people to mock LeBron James for his inability to fight his own muscles tightening up against his will. Take graduating high school senior Logan Price,
@darrenrovell Thought you'd enjoy this. Selling like crazy already! http://t.co/mjlEuWDmUi pic.twitter.com/ow3HkzkQ5j — GV Art + Design (@GVartwork) June 16, 2014 Everything about this is wonderfully done. You have to give it to the Spurs, as they have quietly built one of the more dominant franchises in the NBA in quite some time. [via SportsGrid]
The Brooklyn Nets are one loss away from being eliminated from the NBA Playoffs after falling in Game 5 to the Toronto Raptors, 115-113. During the game, the Nets Twitter account, which was run on the night by Lenn Robbins, a former sports columnist at the New York Post, took a jab at the Brooklyn fans’
Chris Webber averaged 20.7 points, 9.8 total rebounds, 4.2 assists, and 2.7 offensive rebounds throughout his NBA career, so he is clearly the expert on being an elite big man. Chris took to Twitter following Pau Gasol’s 10 point and 8 rebound performance in Dallas on Tuesday night and hit him with a little Bayless
The New York Knicks faced off against the Miami Heat in the first round of the NBA Playoffs, and it wasn’t all that pretty for the New York faithful. The Heat closed out the series 4-1 last night when they beat up on the Knicks 106-94 at the American Airlines Arena in Miami. With less
Kobe Bryant has a sense of humor, confirmed. Check out the below video as Kobe plays a little game of hide-n-seek with the ESPN cameraman. Pretty funny stuff from the Black Mamba. via TBJ