Monthly Archives: April 2012

Fan Hugs Luis Suarez, Does Wanking Motion Moments After (Video)

By Josh DhaniFounder I’ve seen weird guys come onto the field out of nowhere, but I haven’t seen guys be so brave and do something that this fan did. After Luis Suarez made a nice hat-trick 45 yards out for Liverpool in their match against Norwich City, a fan out of nowhere came in hugging

Charlotte Bobcats Won’t Renew Coach Paul Silas’ Contract

Getty Images By Josh DhaniFounder With the Charlotte Bobcats finishing 7-59, equaling the worst win percentage in NBA history (.106), they have decided not to renew coach Paul Silas’ contract. “We have been talking internally about what is best for us going forward,” Bobcats president of basketball operations Rod Higgins told the Associated Press. “The

DeMarcus Cousins Really Wants to Play for Team USA in the London Olympics

AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli By Josh DhaniFounder Team USA looks like it will be pretty slim now at the center/power forrwad position with the recent injuries to Dwight Howard and LaMarcus Aldridge for the London Olympics this summer. Then there is also the performance of Lamar Odom along with Andrew Bynum not looking to play in

2012 NBA Playoffs: Clippers Complete Most Amazing Comeback Ever, Floyd Mayweather Bet $1.8 Million On Them (Video)

By Josh DhaniFounder Sunday night, the Los Angeles Clippers completed one of the most amazing comebacks in NBA and sports history when they came down from 27 behind to beat the Memphis Grizzlies with eight minutes left in the game in Game One. Led by Chris Paul basically being the coach for the fourth quarter

2012 NBA Playoffs: Rajon Rondo Gets Ejected for Bumping with Ref (Video)

By Josh DhaniFounder Rajon Rondo got a little emotional on Sunday during Game One in the Celtics-Hawks series, as he was ejected for bumping with a referee. The Celtics would end up losing the game. Rondo will now have to serve a one-game suspension. No news has came out yet if he will be fined.

2012 NBA Playoffs: Andrew Bynum Blocks 10 Shots, Has Triple-Double In Lakers Win Over Nuggets (Video)

By Josh DhaniFounder Andrew Bynum had one hell of a game in Game One of the Lakers-Nuggets series, having the first playoff-triple-double in 21 years. Along with that, he swatted ten shots, tying a playoff-record. With his effort, Los Angeles would beat Denver in a 103-88 pummeling. Bynum finished with 10 points, 10 blocks, and

Alex Rodriguez Passes Willie Mays On All-Time RBIs List (Video)

By Josh DhaniFounder Alex Rodriguez made an amazing play as he some how managed to get to home plate in the seventh inning during a game between the New York Yankees and the Detroit Tigers. He was able to slide into home plate by Chris Stewart, giving him his 1,904th RBI. With that, it puts

2012 NBA Playoffs: Tom Thibodeau Says Rose’s Injury Isn’t a "Death Sentence"

Facebook.com/ChicagoBulls By Josh DhaniFounder A lot of people have been saying that the Chicago Bulls’ Round One series versus the Philadelphia 76ers is now officially over ever since star point guard Derrick Rose tore his ACL. With that, his season is now over. However, for coach Tom Thibodeau, this doesn’t mean the end of the

2012 NBA Playoffs: Manu Ginobili Blows Easy Dunk Versus Utah Jazz (Video)

By Josh DhaniFounder Apparently, Manu Ginobili thought he still had some hops for his old frame. In the second quarter during Game One of the Spurs-Jazz series, the veteran point guard tried to go in mid-air for a fastbreak dunk. Fail. Take a look at “Air Gi-NO-bili” in the video above. San Antonio would end

2012 NBA Playoffs: Ranking The Best Individual Playoff Performances After Day One

NBA.com/Heat By Darko MihajlovskiColumnist With an incredible amount of hype and expectations as big as before, the 2012 NBA Playoffs have officially started. The excitement about it is only increasing. The first day of the post season is over. There were four exciting games with most of them having a dramatic and close finishes. Some

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