- Geek & Sci-Fi
Gennady Gennadyevich "Triple G" Golovkin is a middleweight boxer with depleted uranium in his fists.
Here are the best and worst highlights from college football and the NFL.
Here's a Derek Jeter highlight compilation video.
Here's our first wild, last second play of the season courtesy of the Arizona Wildcats.
Billed as 'The World's Tallest High School Basketball Player,' Tacko Fall has a highlight reel that shows him dunking on everyone in his way.
Alex Rodriguez schadenfreude has been perfected.
Penny Hardaway was a bad dude, and today, he turned 42 years old.
After the Houston Rockets defeated the Oklahoma City Thunder 107-100 on Wednesday to cut the latter’s series lead to one game, the CSN Houston postgame show offered us possibly the best highlight from the first round of the NBA Playoffs.
We've seen some gaudy performances fron NBA big men over the last few days.
Seeing as David Stern and the NBA prefer putting superstar-led teams on ESPN and TNT, and AT&T U-Verse doesn’t have NBA TV available for po’ folk like me, I don’t get to watch Javale McGee’s crazy ass play as much as I’d like to.
For Derrick Rose's 24th birthday, the release of his new signature shoes, and plenty more D-Rose hoopla, we thought this would be an ideal to take a look at the Top 10 crossovers of his NBA career.
Jeff Teague was hit with a T for his celebration after smashing this one on Ray Allen.
Derrick Rose's step-back jumper is one of the few moves in the NBA that is completely unguardabable.
This highlight had people freaking out over the weekend: Our guy, 5-6 Aquille Carr smashed one over a much bigger defender from Milford Mill in the Maryland state playoffs, sending the crowd and his team into a frenzy.
The Miami Heat are stomping on teams right now, beating everyone in their path by double-digits and making it look easy in the process.
The Sixers absolutely cannot beat good teams, especially down the stretch.
Iman Shumpert may be one of the best young defensive perimeter players in the League, but he had nothing for the Cavs' Kyrie Iriving on this crossover.
There were about 700 dunks in last night's 2012 NBA All-Star game, and it seemed like half of those came from LeBron James.