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  • By Jasmine Watkins, 2 months 20 hours ago
    Bob Ley is probably one of the more calmer personalities at ESPN. When he's seen enough, you know it's enough. The "Outside The Lines" host discussed FIFA on SportsCenter, and he wasn't buying any of the story he's heard about it. Ley even went as far as to rip up the release by FIFA. 
  • By Jasmine Watkins, 2 months 1 day ago
    Some of the best NBA moments happen after the game when the "Inside the NBA" crew is on. Ernie Johnson, Charles Barkley, Shaquille O'Neal, and Kenny Smith are the best at what they do. From lip sync battles to freestyling with Nicki Minaj, there's nothing the crew won't attempt. A "best of" video was released to commemorate the amazing year the team had, and...
  • By Jasmine Watkins, 2 months 2 days ago
    By now Riley Curry has made her way into America's hearts. The daughter of Warriors star Steph Curry is one of the best things about post game press conferences these days. Journalists claim children are a distraction, but some players have been distracted by much less.   Let's face it, these things are boring. Any chance there is to breathe some life into these...
  • By Jasmine Watkins, 2 months 2 days ago
    Tarik Cohen has the physical ability many of us would kill to have. The North Carolina A&T running back one-ups himself by doing a backflip while catching two footballs in mid-air. Boss.  Cohen at wide receiver this upcoming season doesn't sound like a bad idea.
  • By Jasmine Watkins, 2 months 2 days ago
    "Inside the NBA" is easily the most entertaining show because of the hosts. Kenny "The Jet" Smith and Shaquille O'Neal took time from their schedule to play Mortal Kombat. A much-needed break. Smith won and then hit O'Neal with the finishing move in reality.  There goes that theory that O'Neal could beat Ronda Rousey in the ring.
  • By Athlon Sports, 2 months 2 days ago
    Ahh, photography. It can catch a split-second moment in time and turn it into a hilarious photo that can be interpreted the completely wrong way. And sports provides more of these moments than most other subjects--usually because there's a lot of sweaty dudes rolling around with each other and celebrating as only sweaty dudes know how. Here are 21 unintentionally funny sports photos that are...
  • By Jasmine Watkins, 2 months 2 days ago
    Someone saying they can fight Ronda Rousey is something we don't hear everyday. On "Inside The NBA," the guys from "Entourage" spoke a little about the fighter's cameo in the movie. That's when Shaquille O'Neal stepped out of the realm of possibilities by saying he could last 45 seconds with Rousey. Charles Barkley being himself said there was a joke...
  • By Jasmine Watkins, 2 months 3 days ago
    There's no telling when a Kodak moment will present itself. After the Cavaliers took care of the Hawks in the Eastern Conference Finals, it was the perfect time. J.R. Smith tapped LeBron James to take a picture, and Tristan Thompson didn't want to be left out so he jumped in as well.  This is classic Smith.  Expect way more selfies from Smith if the Cavaliers win...
  • By Nathan Rush, 2 months 4 days ago
    Some of the world's greatest athletes weren't just one-sport players; instead, they excelled in two (and sometimes in several). Of course, some athletes probably should have stuck with their main sport. Here's a look at the top 30 two-sport athletes of all time, ranked in order of their second best sport.1. Jim Thorpe, track (Best sport: football)One the all-time great athletes,...
  • By Charlie Miller, 2 months 4 days ago
    What is it with nicknames and baseball? In high school I played with Doggie, Bird, Soup, Clone, Rooster, T and White Legs. Nicknames and baseball players just seem to go together like bat and ball. For as long as young boys and men have been batting baseballs around, they have given each other descriptive nicknames for facial features, deformed body parts, the way they played the game, hair...

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