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Saturday, December 20, 2014

Viral Greatness

Tigers honor Tony Gwynn with his initials in the ‘5.5 hole’

Teams across Major League Baseball paid tribute to Tony Gwynn on Monday night after the Hall of Famer lost his battle with cancer. Gwynn was one of the most well-liked players in MLB history, and almost every player, fan, coach and anyone else connected to the game felt the sting of his passing on some…Read More

John Brooks ‘Johnny Futbol’ headline is A+ creativity

Unless you have been in hibernation for the past 14 hours or so, you have likely heard about the game-winning goal 21-year-old John Brooks scored for the United States against Ghana on Monday night. The well-placed header instantly turned Brooks into an American hero. Credit the Philadelphia Inquirer for coming up with the best headline…Read More

LA mayor Eric Garcetti drops F-bomb during Kings rally (Video)

The Stanley Cup champion Los Angeles Kings were honored on Monday with a parade through the streets of LA and a rally at the Staples Center. In traditional fashion, the mayor of the city gave fans a pep talk and spoke about how proud of the team he is. However, LA mayor Eric Garcetti’s speech…Read More

Clint Dempsey gets bloody nose after being kicked in face (GIF)

Just minutes after the US lost striker Jozy Altidore to what looked like a hamstring injury, Clint Dempsey was booted directly in the face by a high kick. Dempsey, another American striker, was left with a bloody nose and briefly left the field. He quickly returned. No foul was called on the play, which infuriated…Read More

Michelle Beadle goes nuts celebrating Manu Ginobili 3-pointer (GIF)

Manu Ginobili took over for the San Antonio Spurs late in the second quarter to spark a crucial run before halftime, and no one was happier about it than Michelle Beadle. At one point during the Spurs’ Game 5 win over the Miami Heat, Beadle could be seen screaming from her courtside seat in celebration….Read More

LeBron James consoled by Udonis Haslem at end of Game 5 (Video)

No, LeBron James was not crying at the end of Game 5 despite what all the haters would like to believe. The man was just emotionally and physically spent, and probably devastated that his team was losing the NBA title to the Spurs a year after winning it. You could see it in these moments…Read More

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