The Indy 500’s milkmen and milkwomen have the most important duty of the race.
Not all NBA players have precocious tots to trot out at press conferences. Problem solved.
This is not a drill.
Applicants should be clean, courteous, and party-minded
Dear John K. Martin, CEO of Turner Broadcasting: As president and founder of the Luther Vandross Fan Club—and a basketball fan—it is my duty to make sure the legacy of the late Mr. Vandross is preserved for generations to come. With over 35 million records sold and thousands of children conceived to the sounds of
Whether you want to admit it or not, mid-majors are the real reason you watch March Madness. There’s something undeniably exciting about seeing a top-seeded team crapping the bed after getting threed to death by a Heartland school whose facilities are roughly the size of your high-school gym. So in honor of the March Madness
Hey! Grayson Allen here. You may remember me from such moments as my playful tangle with Florida State’s Xavier Rathan Mayes, or the time I played human Skip-It with Louisville forward Ray Spalding. Let me assure you: these were merely lighthearted ways to bring some buffoonery back into a basketball season where no team is
It’s been 20 years since the WNBA was born. But as the league has grown, the furry, foam-covered mascots who pump up all 56 fans in attendance have remained shrouded in obscurity. In the spirit of equality, let’s focus on the well-intentioned but misguided decisions the teams have made in creating their mascots. Freddy Fever
Journal of Sports Fandom, Vol. 1. Issue No. 1 Title: ‘When I close my eyes, the unicorns are still humping’ – The 942 Crew’s Psychological Damage on Pac-12 Basketball Players Study authors: Steve Alford, Dana Altman, Tad Boyle, Johnny Dawkins, Andy Enfield, Ernie Kent, Larry Krystkowiak, Cuonzo Martin, Sean Miller, Lorenzo Romar, Wayne Tinkle Published:
Operator: 911, what’s your emergency? Woman: Oh my God, they’ve been kidnapped! They’ve been kidnapped! Please help! Operator: Okay, ma’am, calm down. Are these your children you’re talking about? Woman: Twenty years. TWENTY YEARS of loyalty and he does this to me. Operator: Who kidnapped them? Your husband? Ma’am, I’m going to need you to