Two truths: 1.
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Two truths: 1.
Blake Griffin has a torn meniscus and a strong desire to be <a href="http://withleather.uproxx.com/2011/09/maybe-this-is-what-happened-to-blackstreet" target="_blank">everyone's favorite, post-Shaq "funny athlete"</a>, so he's got a lot of free time to show up on YouTube chat shows and joke about being home schooled.
Note to other countries: If you want to learn how to beat Team USA, just stop all the alley-oops.
After trailing by as many as 10 points to Team Brazil, the U.
That's all well and good, but let's see him try that with a 5-foot-2 Frenchman in his way.
A nice counterpoint to the heavy stuff I wrote about yesterday.
If there’s one thing America does well, it’s kicking ass.
Sacramento Kings guard Tyreke Evans will receive some extra vacation time when the season starts as video has surfaced of the NBA’s Rookie of the Year driving at speeds above 120 mph over Memorial Day weekend.
After their dramatic late show against Algeria, the US now has a legit shot at making a run deep into the knockout stages of the World Cup.
I wouldn't have such disdain for children if their parents would simply adopt the attitude that they raise their kids, and not the other way around.
We love athletes that play for the love of the game, even if "play" sometimes takes the interpretation of "beat the snot from thy opponent's body," which is what happened at the end of Anaheim's <a href="http://www.nhl.com/ice/recap.htm?id=2008030236">win against Detroit</a> in Game 6.
<a href="http://deadspin.com/5162672/paraplegic-hockey-fights-are-just-as-good-as-any-other-kind?autoplay=true">Deadspin</a> dug up footage from some paralympic ice hockey game titled Fugledansen, which I guess is the kind of dancin' one does when his fugles don't work anymore.
Yesterday was the 28th anniversary of the United States' big win over the Soviet Union in the 1980 Olympics in Lake Placid, New York (as opposed to Lake Flaccid, Your Wang).
We've all enjoyed a cornucopia of dames from around the world, but let's focus on some homegrown talent.
Written by Chris "Preach" Smith Redemption truly began at 9:28 of the second quarter of today's basketball showdown between the United States and Greece.