1. 12 Modern Sports Teams That Had No Business Being in Title Games

    While championship settings are usually reserved for truly elite teams, every so often an otherwise forgettable squad will make an appearance, taking full advantage of favorable timing and circumstance...

    Scott Janovitz Written by Scott Janovitz about 1 month ago 44,736 reads 68 comments

  2. Weightlifter Eddie Hall Breaks Deadlift World Record

    The word “beast” doesn’t do Eddie Hall justice. At the appropriately named World Deadlift Championships on Saturday, Hall broke his own record with a 1,020-pound deadlift...

    Thomas Duffy Written by Thomas Duffy about 1 month ago 247,974 reads 78 comments

  3. Official, Exclusive Release Pics of the Jordan VII 'Bordeaux' and Westbrook 0

    It's that time of the year again. The time when Jordan Brand steps up and releases a string of crazy sneakers to help spice up those already scorching-hot summer months...

    Giancarlo Ferrari-King Written by Giancarlo Ferrari-King about 1 month ago 87,335 reads 57 comments

  4. Are New-Look Chicago Blackhawks Still the Stanley Cup Favorites After Trades?

    We all knew Stan Bowman would have to make some moves. Despite winning a third Stanley Cup in six years, the same thing would have to happen to the roster that happened after their victory in 2010...

    Adrian Dater Written by Adrian Dater about 1 month ago 39,781 reads 133 comments

  5. 15 Athletes 'Walking It off and Rubbing Dirt on It'

    Regardless of an athlete’s skill level or the scope of the competition, playing through pain is an inevitable part of the experience...

    Amber Lee Written by Amber Lee about 1 month ago 27,598 reads 51 comments

  6. Nike 'Westbrook 0 Black' Release Date, Pics and Retail Price

    Every NBA superstar has a signature shoe, so it's only fitting that Nike is giving Oklahoma City Thunder star Russell Westbrook his first publicly released sneaker on July 11 with the "Westbrook 0 Black...

    Adam Wells Written by Adam Wells about 1 month ago 8,079 reads 11 comments

  7. Athletes Who Found One Last Burst of Greatness

    Los Angeles Angels' Albert Pujols is experiencing a career resurgence in this, his 15th MLB season. But will it be his one, last burst of greatness? Many athletes over the years have shown they can still perform at a high level even amid advancing age.

    Laura Depta Written by Laura Depta about 1 month ago 20,469 reads 25 comments

  8. The Most Impressive First Pitches in Recent History

    I'm not sure about you, but one of my all-time biggest bucket list items happens to be throwing out the first pitch at a baseball game...

    Nick Dimengo Written by Nick Dimengo about 1 month ago 20,637 reads 16 comments

  9. Same-City Athletes Supporting Each Other

    Athletes are on the move more than ever in the modern sports world of free agency and salary caps, which limits the number of them who play their entire careers in one city...

    Amber Lee Written by Amber Lee about 1 month ago 23,200 reads 12 comments

  10. Nike Air Jordan 11Lab4 'University Red' Release Date, Pics and Retail Price

    Two months after releasing the Air Jordan 11Lab4 , Nike is set to drop perhaps the most coveted version of the shoes, "University Red." While the base style is a clean, retro look with black and white, this is more of a standout edition...

    Tim Daniels Written by Tim Daniels about 1 month ago 5,751 reads 3 comments

  11. Texas A&M Football: 5 Toughest QBs the Aggies Will Face This Season

    After a strong finish to 2014, Kyle Allen appears to have the starting quarterback job locked up for Texas A&M. However, other teams in the SEC don't seem to have the same stability under center...

    Sami  Harb Written by Sami Harb about 1 month ago 5,373 reads 36 comments

  12. The Most Anticipated Summer Kicks: Part 2

    Don't look now, but the anticipation for kicks is growing with each passing day. Summertime can be considered one of the best times for sneaker collectors...

    Giancarlo Ferrari-King Written by Giancarlo Ferrari-King about 1 month ago 33,387 reads 24 comments

  13. Awesome Athlete-Fan Interactions

    No matter how young or old someone is, one of the beautiful things about sports is the chance to interact with a star athlete, allowing a fan to remember a personal moment for the rest of his or her life...

    Nick Dimengo Written by Nick Dimengo about 1 month ago 19,635 reads 15 comments

  14. 16 Times Athletes' Hips Didn't Lie

    Michael Bennett might take the cake when it comes to athletes who can really shake their hips. Some others might not be quite as naturally gifted, but either way, these 16 athletes went all in on their dance moves...

    Laura Depta Written by Laura Depta about 1 month ago 19,830 reads 5 comments

  15. Biggest One-Game Star-Making Performances in Sports

    Carli Lloyd was a great soccer player before the Women's World Cup Final, but her historic performance on the big stage elevated her into immortality...

    Laura Depta Written by Laura Depta about 1 month ago 21,623 reads 36 comments

  16. 10 Athletes with the Most Style on and off the Court

    In recent times, athletes have become some of the most stylish breeds of people in the world. No matter what the sport is, these individuals have taken pride in their fashion, tying it to their vibrant on-court personalities...

    Giancarlo Ferrari-King Written by Giancarlo Ferrari-King about 1 month ago 30,888 reads 67 comments

  17. Athletes Who Don't Get Enough Credit

    Now, I'm not saying that everything a person does deserves to be acknowledged with praise, balloons or a pat on the back, but, more times than not, it does feel good when someone tells you that a job was well done...

    Nick Dimengo Written by Nick Dimengo about 1 month ago 24,748 reads 53 comments

  18. The 10 Top Podcasts in Sports

    Consuming different types of media has become commonplace for sports fans. Television, Internet, radio and podcasts fuel opinions and provide information to the masses...

    Giancarlo Ferrari-King Written by Giancarlo Ferrari-King about 1 month ago 16,983 reads 38 comments

  19. Rob Gronkowski and David Ortiz Star in Dunkin' Donuts Music Video

    When New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski and Boston Red Sox designated hitter David Ortiz get their hands on a Dunkin' Donuts iced coffee, it's time to turn things up...

    Kyle Newport Written by Kyle Newport about 1 month ago 55,509 reads 73 comments

  20. American Ninja Warrior 2015 Results: Recap from July 6 Episode

    San Pedro, California, was the site for American Ninja Warrior 's sixth and final qualifier, as dozens of competitors attempted to tackle a grueling course that proved rather treacherous...

    Joseph Zucker Written by Joseph Zucker about 1 month ago 6,363 reads 0 comments

  21. 12 Rules for Losing Gracefully

    Japan may have lost the Women's World Cup final, but they lost gracefully. And let's face it: Unless you're the 1972 Miami Dolphins, losing is just a part of sports...

    Laura Depta Written by Laura Depta about 1 month ago 31,054 reads 32 comments

  22. North Melbourne's Lindsay Thomas Produces Ridiculous Catch in AFL Clash

    You don't have to know much about Australian rules football to appreciate just how brilliant this catch is...

    Sean Fay Written by Sean Fay about 1 month ago 4,533 reads 3 comments

  23. Athletes Celebrate the 4th of July

    The Fourth of July celebrates the moment 13 colonies along the East Coast made their independence from Great Britain official—even if King George III didn't get the memo...

    Amber Lee Written by Amber Lee about 1 month ago 191,535 reads 67 comments

  24. Martin St. Louis Leaves Legacy as One of the NHL's Greatest Underdog Stories

    To Mike Gilligan, it hardly seems possible that he won't be seeing Martin St. Louis playing competitive hockey anywhere this fall. "I thought he might play till he was 50, maybe like a Gordie Howe or something," Gilligan, St...

    Adrian Dater Written by Adrian Dater about 1 month ago 13,456 reads 14 comments

  25. 16 Times That Players Needed to Log Off

    The Internet is a dangerous place. Social media sites in particular make it easy for high-profile athletes to publicly say something they might regret, embarrass themselves or, worst of all, offend someone...

    Laura Depta Written by Laura Depta about 1 month ago 19,604 reads 0 comments