It's easy to hate Cormie for his wealthy parents, celebrity wife, and undeservingly generous NHL career. So, go ahead. We won't stop you. Hate him.
Everything you need to know about in the world of sports—broken noses, steroids, and stupid team names.
Boxer David Haye has found a way to cash out—it has more to do with moving his mouth than moving his hands.
I hate the University of Missouri. It's in my blood.
Rarely do baseball players go through the arduous process of hitting their way to the majors only to burn every bridge behind them as quickly as Elijah Dukes did at the precocious age of 27.
For All-Star Weekend, the NBA will wrap all the good stuff—the awesome basketball stuff—in lucrative, sponsored artificiality, so that no one would ever possibly care about it.
This extra from the Epicly Later'd DVD showcases some of the unsafe aspects of pro skaters' home lives: guns, dirt bikes, and a post-car-accident forty to calm the nerves.
For teams in the League of Ireland, surviving is more impressive than winning.
When you take our team and give it to another group of fans, we turn into self-centered little pricks that don't care who we hurt to get another franchise.
The Vans site is smack in the middle of J-Lay (that's Johnny Layton, for those who aren't in the know) week right now, and what a week it is.
He's either turning Kevin Harlan into a shrieking puddle of meat right before the buzzer or he's missing shots in clusters of four and five.
Lin's critics aren't as racist as they've made themselves look. They're just obsessed with themselves and their Provocative and Fearless Opinions.
It is no easy thing to eulogize an athlete. We think we know them, but we don't; we have simply watched them do their work.
Allow me to introduce you to the compelling and controversial world of MMA, where champions drive monster trucks bearing their image and fighters turn into porn stars.
We find Chuck Barfoot sidewalk-surfing on one of his hand-made boards in front of his Barfoot Customs Boards depot in Rincon Point, CA . Chuck, originally a surfboard-shaper, was there at the very beginning of snowboarding, first constructing boards for T…
Shouting matches like Tuesday's often get a player traded, though Scott Gomez's contract is so horrendous, he'd be better off applying for citizenship.
The biggest story of the week was the emergence of Jeremy Lin for the Knicks, as well as the emergence of the Knicks, as well as the emergence of coverage of the Knicks.
There is a Japanese proverb that says, "The nail that sticks out gets hammered down." No modern NFL player knows more about getting hammered down than Ricky Williams.
The prospect of a Pacquiao and Mayweather fight is like "Detox" or "Chinese Democracy"--it might never happen, and if it does it might not be that good.
The way Bill says sandwiches--"Sandwidge-ezz"-- makes me want to buy a Derek Jeter jersey and piss on the handles of his luxury SUV.
It's a favorite trope among certain types of sportswriters to compare various NBA basketball players to one pickup game archetype or another.
We're used to putting up with all sorts of BS in sports just for on-field action, but something about "Baseball Boyfriend," a new fantasy baseball game, seems wronger than the normal course of things.
For an American sports fan, the worst day in his life is when he realizes that he might as well be Honduran for all he knows about hockey.
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