It's like your racist uncle Dave singing at a baseball game.
With anger boiling over about the injustices suffered by underprivileged communities, Carmelo Anthony went home to Baltimore to spend some time in the streets and show some much-needed love to the people that made him who he is today.
The MVP's most unprecedented move came long before he made the major leagues.
Let's celebrate with a thinkpiece.
A pay-for-play scandal involving the Baruch College women's basketball team reflects a growing number of Division III schools that seem more interested in athletic success than NCAA player compensation limits.
...and there's not necessarily anything wrong with that. In bringing in a favorite son, the Bulls have created a strange sort of in-between team. But why not?
ESPN's Hannah Storm talks about covering Wimbledon, Serena Williams, Novak Djokovic, and how women are shaping the sports world in new and more powerful ways.
Two long-shot teams have defied the odds and made this a tournament worth watching—and this time, one of those teams was my home country.
A lot of things had to go right (or wrong) for Durant to wind up at Golden State.
New Japan Pro Wrestling has been Japan's leading pro wrestling company for over 40 years, but its overseas reach has been limited until recently. Now, the promotion is selling out massive shows in NYC and elevating the art to a new level of intensity.
A dramatic restructuring of the US youth soccer system may occur as a result of a lawsuit that was filed in federal court on Friday.
Twenty years ago, Adam Sandler was not yet a star, let alone an emblem of fame-burnout. In Happy Gilmore, he did his thing, squared off with Bob Barker, and won.
Steve Alba, Bob Burnquist, and Tommy Sandoval join the fray to whip the young bucks into shape on Thursday's episode of King of the Road.
In May, a Congressional report found the NFL unethically tried to influence the NIH. But that was only the tip of the iceberg.
If the Olympic Games are an unequivocal win for its women competitors, the equation for the leagues that employ them is more complicated.
In (dis)honor of Truck Series drivers John Wes Townley and Spencer Gallagher's sad little brawl over the weekend, let's take a brief look back at the history of the NASCAR fight.
Brexit will be felt across the country, but the consequences of Brexit are likely to be most visible in the sports world, particularly in the Premier League.
On this episode of Daily VICE we meet up with professional skateboarder Billy Rohan to talk about his struggle with bipolar disorder and how the sport helped him get back on his feet.
Watch as the guys attempt their biggest and most dangerous tricks yet as the competition comes to a close on an all new episode of King of the Road tonight on VICELAND.
Graham Betchart built a career as a "mental skills" coach for top NBA draft prospects like Andrew Wiggins and Karl-Anthony Towns. Now he's trying to build a brand.
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.
Tonight on VICE World of Sports we talk to kids living on a reservation in South Dakota to find out how the sport has given them hope.
There are an infinite number of ways for teams to make fans unhappy. So why is it that coaches and managers have evolved into the designated blame-catchers?
By losing the NBA Finals to the Cleveland Cavaliers, the regular season record-setting Golden State Warriors also lost their claim to arguably the best NBA single-season of all-time. Or did they?