1. 20 Mind-Bending Sports Facts

    Facts can be your best friend or your greatest enemy—it all depends on the situation. Of course, sometimes "the facts" aren’t really the facts , which makes knowing how ...

    Amber Lee Written by Amber Lee about 1 month ago 25,970 reads 24 comments

  2. Now Presenting the All-American U.S. Gold Cup Non-Soccer Team

    The U.S. men's national team doinked its way out of the Gold Cup this July, dropping its semifinal match against Jamaica and farting away the third-place game with Panama, thus ...

    Dan Carson Written by Dan Carson about 1 month ago 206,755 reads 365 comments

  3. Are Arsenal Getting Set for a Big Tilt at the Champions League?

    Let’s start by acknowledging the caveats. Yes, the Emirates Cup is essentially a friendly tournament. The teams involved in friendlies are always at different stages of preparation in terms of fitness, intensity and recruitment...

    Andy Brassell Written by Andy Brassell about 1 month ago 29,827 reads 103 comments

  4. American Ninja Warrior 2015 Results: Recap from July 27 Episode

    American Ninja Warrior turned the compass south for Monday night's episode. After last week's Kansas City finals, the show moved to Houston as 15 more athletes clinched a ticket to Las Vegas for a shot at Mount Midoriyama...

    Joseph Zucker Written by Joseph Zucker about 1 month ago 6,594 reads 0 comments

  5. Arizona Coyotes May Seem at Peace with Glendale, but Marriage Could Be Over Soon

    Ah, the Arizona Coyotes. Prosperity is always just around the corner for these guys, isn't it? There's always an exciting new, dedicated owner coming in, promising a sun-kissed future as far as the eye can see...

    Adrian Dater Written by Adrian Dater about 1 month ago 13,950 reads 32 comments

  6. 15 Signs Your Coach Might Not Make It Through the Season

    How can you tell if your coach is going to get the boot? What are the signs? Midseason coaching changes aren't exactly the norm, but they can happen...

    Laura Depta Written by Laura Depta about 1 month ago 9,852 reads 11 comments

  7. Nike Air Jordan 11 Low 'Cobalt' Release Date, Pics and Retail Price

    The Air Jordan 11 IE Low is set for a comeback this week with its original "Cobalt" design and color scheme. The remastered release combines the nostalgia factor of the 1996 shoe with a new, crisp look that should have wide-ranging appeal...

    Tim Daniels Written by Tim Daniels about 1 month ago 7,807 reads 7 comments

  8. Kanye West Throws Mic, Walks Off Stage at 2015 Pan Am Games Closing Ceremony

    Kanye West's performance at the closing ceremony for the 2015 Pan American Games on Sunday in Toronto was short-lived, but the rap superstar made it a memorable one...

    Matt Fitzgerald Written by Matt Fitzgerald about 1 month ago 383,276 reads 219 comments

  9. Devon Still's Daughter Leah Challenges Riley Curry in 'The Whip' Dance-Off

    Last week, the three-year-old daughter of Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry, Riley, killed "The Whip" and "Nae Nae" as she danced on her birthday...

    Tristan Thornburgh Written by Tristan Thornburgh about 1 month ago 62,957 reads 111 comments

  10. Drake Spotted Playing Kickball, Unfazed by Rap Beef

    If you're into pop culture, then you might be aware that two of hip-hop's biggest stars, Drake and Meek Mill, are beefing...

    Drew Corrigan Written by Drew Corrigan about 1 month ago 196,639 reads 434 comments

  11. The Sports World's Most Enthusiastic 'Villains'

    In sports, someone always has to be the villain, even if it’s by default. It’s the nature of competition—when someone wins, someone else loses...

    Amber Lee Written by Amber Lee about 1 month ago 23,320 reads 32 comments

  12. Special Olympics 2015: World Games Dates, Events, Preview and More

    Thousands of athletes from 177 countries have descended upon Los Angeles for the 2015 Special Olympics World Games, which is set to begin Saturday...

    Joseph Zucker Written by Joseph Zucker about 1 month ago 5,537 reads 3 comments

  13. SEC Invasion of NFL Continues as Training Camps Open

    The good news for those following Alabama and LSU is that they can probably — and finally — stop counting...

    Christopher Walsh Written by Christopher Walsh about 1 month ago 4,970 reads 20 comments

  14. Biggest Sports Rule Changes of the Last 15 Years

    The ancient Greek philosopher Heraclitus once said that change is the only constant in life, and he may as well have been talking about the rules of sports...

    Nick Selbe Written by Nick Selbe about 1 month ago 16,257 reads 42 comments

  15. Repeat Champs Who Were Better the Second Time

    Winning a championship in any of level of sports is an extremely difficult thing to do, as it takes a lot of factors to secure a title, with good luck, great health and even better team chemistry maybe being the most critical components...

    Nick Dimengo Written by Nick Dimengo about 1 month ago 41,253 reads 34 comments

  16. Tod Leiweke Resigns as Lightning CEO to Become NFL COO: Latest Details, Reaction

    Tod Leiweke is stepping down from his post as CEO of the Tampa Bay Lightning to take a job as chief operating officer with the NFL...

    Adam Wells Written by Adam Wells about 1 month ago 1,655 reads 1 comments

  17. 12 Times Kobe Bryant Came Through and Shut Down Social Media

    For someone who only joined Twitter in 2013, Kobe Bryant dominates social media like it's his job. In just two years, Bryant has become a master mic-dropper...

    Laura Depta Written by Laura Depta about 1 month ago 102,923 reads 93 comments

  18. The Most Criticized Sports Stars of the 2000s

    While most envy the lives of rich and famous sports stars, not all elite athletes have it easy. In fact, whether fair or unfair, some are forced to endure relentless, brutal and sometimes life-altering criticism...

    Scott Janovitz Written by Scott Janovitz about 1 month ago 15,482 reads 66 comments

  19. 19 Years Ago Today, Kerri Strug Clinched Gold Medal for U.S. on Injured Ankle

    The U.S. women's gymnastics team's shot at gold in the 1996 Summer Olympics all came down to Kerri Strug...

    Katie Richcreek Written by Katie Richcreek about 1 month ago 1,996 reads 1 comments

  20. LSU Hopes to Maintain Status as Having Most Players in NFL

    One of the most impressive accomplishments for head coach Les Miles since he arrived at LSU in 2005, other than winning a national championship and two Southeastern Conference titles, ...

    Christopher Walsh Written by Christopher Walsh about 1 month ago 6,348 reads 21 comments

  21. As Training Camps Open, Alabama's Numbers in the NFL Continue to Rise

    While the Evan Mathis watch goes on, as the All-Pro guard is still looking for his next NFL home following his recent departure from the Philadelphia Eagles, the rest of the Alabama contingency in the league is getting ready to go back to work...

    Christopher Walsh Written by Christopher Walsh about 1 month ago 5,847 reads 4 comments

  22. Who's Next: 10 Soon-to-Be Superstars Under 21

    Who's got next? Who is going to step up and become the next superstar athlete? The question is simple, yet the answers are complex. Naturally, if you're under the age of 21, development is the most important part of your sports existence...

    Giancarlo Ferrari-King Written by Giancarlo Ferrari-King about 1 month ago 27,523 reads 59 comments

  23. Say It Ain't So: 12 Athletes That Just Might Be Done

    Tiger Woods isn't actually done…is he? He hasn't won a major since 2008, but then again, he's still relatively young in golf terms...

    Laura Depta Written by Laura Depta about 1 month ago 23,802 reads 38 comments

  24. 12 Most Recent Free Agency Disaster Signings

    Josh Hamilton has to be the biggest free-agent flop in recent memory, right? By recent memory, I mean Alex Rodriguez doesn't count. That is to say, within the last few years, several big-time, big-hype deals turned out to be just womp...

    Laura Depta Written by Laura Depta about 1 month ago 22,201 reads 38 comments

  25. 12 Athletes Who Aren't Welcome in Certain Cities

    It's no surprise that sports fans can hold some of the biggest grudges on the entire planet, as the passion and love for a certain team nearly always takes precedence over a specific athlete...

    Nick Dimengo Written by Nick Dimengo about 1 month ago 24,490 reads 67 comments