Desus and Mero end the week with a hot take on the retired NBA star's new TNT show, The Race Card.
On last night's episode of Desus & Mero, the late-night hosts tried and failed to predict the Knicks' fate before their season opener against the Cleveland Cavaliers.
In several ways, Violet Palmer was a trailblazer. With her recent retirement announcement, she took time to reflect upon what that means.
In this episode of VICE's Autobiographies, the Sacramento Kings player talks about the decision to leave his small hometown in rural Kansas in order to pursue a career in the NBA.
The athletic organization will move soccer, golf, lacrosse, and March Madness games out of the state because its current bathroom legislation doesn't "promote an inclusive atmosphere."
The FBI will release 15,000 more of Hillary Clinton's emails, Nicolas Sarkozy wants to become France's president again, McDonald's responds to Kanye West's poem for Frank Ocean, and more.
Donald Trump promises to make America safe from violence in his speech at the RNC, an Indian military plane goes missing, a Colorado town finds THC in the drinking water, and more.
Obama is set to endorse Clinton, NASA made it to Jupiter, France is considering a new intelligence service, and more.
After more than 50 years of losing, LeBron James finally made us winners. So it was only right that we honor him and the Cleveland Cavaliers with a parade fit for a King.
Then VICE Sports takes us inside the family-owned business in Taiwan that's been making NBA courtside seats since 1925 and Motherboard tells us about former Blink-182 guitarist Tom DeLonge's alien obsession.
Then Krishna Adavavolu explains how two joints landed Bernard Noble a 13-year prison sentence, and VICE Sports explores a possible second golden age of Bahamian basketball.
Then we hear about the cross-cultural street art festival POW! WOW! and the journey Malta's tallest man took to the NBA.
The FIFA and Madden games are the best in their respective sports, but both could benefit from better character programming.
LeBron James gave it everything he had, but ultimately Cleveland lost out on a championship... again. I roamed the streets to see how fans were holding up.
The Greek Freak hosted an impromptu street match that was attended by about half the teenagers of Athens.
TACKMA started when Jeffrey Schottenstein made a pair of NikeiD sneakers for LeBron James with the acronym for 'They Can All Kiss My Ass' stitched across the back. Now it's a full streetwear fashion range, sported by everyone from Drake to Kevin Durant.
Video footage of DMX losing his fucking mind on a roller coaster is all over the internet this week. He screams profanities while riding the Sling Shot in Orlando, Florida, then pretends like he was never scared at all. Nice try, dude.
Mainstream journalists covering Wall Street, or labor issues, or tax policy could learn a lot from how NBA reporters have stepped up and covered their beat with honesty, integrity, and an adversarial spirit that has long been missing in the news media.
Now that the King is returning, we wanted to find out if Clevelanders still wanna throw their LBJ Swingmans into the fires burning on top of the Cuyahoga River. Here's what they had to say—most of it was pretty positive.
The competition consists of a single round with each contestant given one chance to flop. Props are encouraged. The competition will be judged by an esteemed panel selected for their expertise in the art of flopping: Vlade Divac, Tonya Harding, and record…
LeBron, Shaquille, Kobe, McHale—all your favorite NBA stars sucking slimy alien cocks.
"Donald Gets His Balls Clipped" sounds like a predictable cuckold porn parody, but it's also an accidental examination of white American males' fears of black dicks.
His Holiness took the start of the World Cup to call for soccer fans around the world to reject the racism that has often defined the sport around the globe.
His Airness confessed to being prejudiced against white people in his new book. He recounts a story where a girl called him the "N-word" and threw a soda at him, which lead him to hate all white people when he was in high school.