Resplendent on a Danzigian throne of skulls, shaking his head at all he surveys, there is Tony La Russa--one of the greatest managers and most nasty humans in baseball history.
Being a baseball fan during the World Series means editing out the branded sentimentality and backwards-looking dumbassery and enjoying what's left.
To a sizable percentage of football fans, the fun-but-flawed incurious quarterback Tim Tebow comes about as close to a Warrior Prophet as the game has ever seen.
Between listening to the malnourished bearded gentlemen in Union Square squawking about December 21, 2012 and reading 'The Zombie Survival Guide', the end of the world has been on our minds a lot lately.
We goofed on late Oakland Raiders owner Al Davis because he looked like the Crypt Keeper in a white sweat suit. And because the serpentine bastard seemed to truly love his sport.
We have only so many hours on Earth, and only so many reasons to spend some of those watching sports.
I'm a New Yorker, so I love the Jets and I love the Giants—I bleed blue and sometimes green, depending on the weather—but I hate Eli Manning with a passion.
The NFL is powered by a dozen different types of violence and monetized by beer commercials in which men choose macro-brewed fart soda over attractive women. But it's also hugely sentimental.
We're finally going to start putting out the Menace episodes.
The average college sports fan knows that the NCAA is in the process of reconfiguring itself, moving from regional-ish athletic conferences towards sprawling mega-conferences in search of better television deals and more money.
VICE and ASOS went looking for the most interesting young people in London, New York, Berlin and Paris. Unsurprisingly, we found that they all spend little time worrying about what their contemporaries are doing, and instead focus on making their ow…
Your fantasy football team should be a source of shame.
It's generally a good idea not to pay too much attention to things that pro sports commissioners say for the same reason you shouldn't listen to whatever on-message platitudes come out of politicians' mouths on the state-fair circuit.
Did you guys know summer's almost over already? What the shit, right? Global warming? More like "global warming." It's like 70 degrees over here. Oh well, at least there's a big fancy surfing contest in Long Island this weekend.
We just got back from hanging out with a bunch of Navajo cowboy folks from Triple B Association.
Summer leagues in hoop capitals like New York, Washington DC, and Los Angeles have always attracted top players in the NBA's off-season, but this year's summer leagues have been especially star-stacked.
This Sunday in Newark, New Jersey, Nyjah Huston is hoping to win his fourth straight Rob Dyrdek Street League contest, bringing his winnings to $600,000 for 2011. Why should you care?
2011 will go down in history as the year that everyone from the Arab Spring protestors to the London underclass decided that violence is a perfectly good answer after all. This spirit of "Fuck it, I'm going to pop this asshole in the face" has also spread…
Shapiro has indubitably earned himself a lifetime achievement award in the field of Starfucky Football-Booster Creepery by paying for all those players to live in what was basically a never-ending Rick Ross video.
Hi Shredability profiles quintessential surf artist, Andy Davis, who began with aspirations of being a pro-surfer but quickly discovered his artistic talents.
Hi Shredability explores artist Thomas Campbell's deep and rich history within the skating and surfing world.
Hi Shredability covers the third leg of Vans' Triple Crown of Surfing event in Hawaii--one the most challenging and revered big-wave competitions in the world.
Pro surfers Chris Christenson and Brad Gerlach ride across country on Harley motorcycles.
Powder and Rails explores the creation of the seminal snowboarding video, Snowboarders in Exile.