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sports

Boston Basketball Court Gets a Stunning Rainbow Makeover

New Craft Artists in Action (NCAA) breathes life into neglected neighbourhoods with colour and whimsy.
Annie Armstrong
8.6.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Two Men Were Sentenced to 42 Years in Prison in the UK’s Biggest-Ever Cocaine Bust

How two guys who grew up working in the shipping industry ended up sentenced to decades in prison for smuggling $645 million worth of class A narcotics.
VICE Staff
8.13.16
Stuff

We Asked Some Young People if They'd Stop Doing Coke After Watching This Anti-Drug PSA

The short cartoon emphasizes the violence, death, and environmental damage caused by the drug trade.
Joe Goodman
12.4.15
sports

Did Sports-Related Concussions Kill the Ohio State Football Player Who Turned Up Dead This Weekend?

If the 22-year-old found in a trash bin Sunday had chronic traumatic encephalopath (CTE), football oligarchs are in trouble.
Allie Conti
12.1.14
sports

I Helped Division I Athletes Cheat in College

For years, I willingly did the economics homework for a number of student athletes. To this day, I don't regret it. Helping them cheat doesn't seem any more unethical than forcing them to learn about how "great" capitalism is in the first place.
Mike Abu
6.11.14
sports

Will Unions Save College 'Student Athletes' from Poverty?

College athletes are basically employees, except they don't get paid and go hungry all the time.
Matt Taylor
4.8.14
The Mercy Rule

Neon Waters Run Deep

adidas's new college basketball uniforms are just a dumb thing to look at and crack some jokes about. But the only compensation the athletes wearing them get is the enjoyment of the enhanced comfort provided by the breakthrough wicking polymers.
David Roth
3.1.13
sports

Twenty-Four Straight Hours of College Basketball Destroyed My Mind

An endless parade of crimson-lipped cheerleaders and reptilian coaches began to bleed together, and all the games merged into a single, massive, all-consuming monstrosity of competition whose sole purpose was to wear me down. Here, in the cruel light...
B. David Zarley
11.16.12
sports

This Week in Balls - April 9, 2012

Tim Tebow drew 15,000 people when he spoke at a Texas church on Easter Sunday. There is no word yet on whether he turned water into wine.
Lou Doggs
4.9.12
sports

Olive the Hairless Cat Picks March Madness - The Final Four

Look, we've got this hairless cat and these items representing mascots of the final remaining teams. What else are we supposed to do with them?
VICE Staff
3.30.12
sports

This Week in Balls - March 26

Balls are on the tip of everyone's tongue this week as March Madness widdles down to the final four and Tim Tebow becomes a Jet.
Lou Doggs
3.26.12
sports

This Week in Balls - March 19

There are big balls to discuss this week. We look at March Madness upsets, Italians overrunning the NFL, and the Net's shiny new arena.
Lou Doggs
3.19.12
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