We always thought there was nothing more hilarious than watching middle-aged sports coaches celebrate after their athletes perform well, but and we’ve found something more hilarious: a middle-aged sports coach getting a little too psyched over — here’s the kicker — gymnastics.
Foreign basketball player Kostas Papanikolaou got a warm welcome to the New York Knicks after the team picked him as part of the 2012 NBA Draft Picks. And by “warm welcome,” of course we really mean he got booed by practically every Knicks fan in attendance.
Over the weekend, the final game of the “Battle Of The Bay” series between the Oakland Athletics and the San Francisco Giants ended in spectacular fashion with Oakland rookie Derek Norris hitting a walk-off homer to steal a win for the Athletics.
Every Boston Red Sox fan remembers where he or she was for Bill Buckner’s famous error on Mookie Wilson’s ground ball during game six of the 1986 World Series. Now, we will all remember where we were when we watched a group of Nigerian school children recreate that moment and post it to YouTube.
Over the years, we’ve seen some pretty memorable athlete freakouts but this clip from an African Cup of Nations qualifying match between Egypt and Central African Republic ranks up there as one of the best.
Picture this, you’re sitting in your car and another driver cuts you off on the highway. Ever had the desire to ram his car with yours? Well, one stock car driver decided to get his revenge in just that fashion.
George “The Animal” Steele was a popular professional wrestler during his stint in the World Wrestling Federation. This week, Steele was back in the headlines for what he did before a minor league baseball game.
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