It finally happened.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
It finally happened.
Those who dismiss eSports now stand on the wrong side of history, or whatever. At least it's not poker.
This is what happens when brands think they are funny.
Darren Rovell was the kid who told on you for copying your friend's homework and passing notes in class. In other words, he's the worst.
What I'd like to discuss today is the sad plight of today's average American: a complete lack of a unique, identifiable brand.
LeBron James has yet to make a decision but people are already making decisions for him, and it's driving the rest of us crazy.
ESPN's expert on everything, Darren Rovell, demanded that Mariano Rivera give him his best, and the result was annoying and not shocking.
But how will it affect his brand?
After Tweeting a bad joke about a fat NBA fan, ESPN's Darren Rovell apologized and hasn't Tweeted for two days.
Darren Rovell is a goddamn monster. Darren Rovell must be stopped.
After two fans had a viral video expose deceptive beer sales at the team's arena, four Idaho Steelheads fans are suing for $10,000.
After Darren Rovell insulted the Atlanta Hawks for promoting Kyle Korver's attempt to break a 17-year old NBA record, the team had a perfect response.
ESPN’s number muncher and Playboy Playmate judge, jury and executioner Darren “Sh*t Biscuit” Rovell and someone named Justine Gubar, who probably has far less Twitter followers than Rovell, have the scoop of the century, you guys.
Last night, the Los Angeles Lakers officially bid farewell to Metta World Peace after four seasons of mostly-sane behavior and his patented “piss ‘em off” defense that helped support Kobe Bryant leading them to the 2009-10 NBA Championship.
Pic: Darren Rovell When it was announced that Darren Rovell would be doing a feature on sneaker culture, the immediate response was that an outsider like him would botch it.
Twitter and Instagram have added yet another avenue for basketball fans to connect with the personalities of their favorite NBA, college and high school players.
As has become the standard, news leaked on the Twitters yesterday that CNBC sports business reporter and host of Sports Biz: Game On, Darren Rovell, is heading back to the place where the smugness began, ESPN.
A number of fake Twitter accounts were responsible for yesterday’s bevy of misinformation regarding which team Tim Tebow was actually being traded to, and while it really was quite humorous watching actual reporters deliver false news, it was ultimately frustrating.