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“Stanley died? Stanley who? The Cup guy?”
The thing about Mike Francesa is that he will say the same thing at least 15 times in a single segment. In a single segment, that is, he will say the same thing 15 times. 15 times. The same thing. 15 times. That’s really the thing. Saying the thing. 15 times. He says it. 15 times. Really, just listen to him. If you…
Bravo all of you! That’s a nice recap of the events leading up to the trade.
<gently> He was actually able to stop dunking just fine. The image in the header is just a looping clip - it’s showing the same moment over and over, not actually condemning him to repeat his actions for all eternity. I hope this sets your mind at ease.
I still can’t believe that OKC had 1) Russell Westbrook, 2) James Harden, 3) Kevin Durant, and 4) Victor Oladipo at various points over the past couple of seasons. WTF.
When I was 10 my father caught me trying to smoke. As punishment he made me smoke the entire pack. I got sick from it but I never smoked again. My point is, maybe this is Houston’s way of getting Melo to realize he’s washed and to accept playing 10 minutes a night.
Had PG13 not re-signed in OKC because of the 1st-round exit to Utah where they regularly targeted Melon in the pick and roll switches, the OKC crowd definitely would’ve booed the crap out of him.
Eat shit, Clay Bennett III!
Not a coincidence Mike Tomlin isn’t in frame.
Sports injuries suck, but from a fan perspective, it really sucks when it happens to stupendously fun players you want to see. He’s good for basketball, not just the Knicks, so all this just sucks.
This stinks but I don’t think his lack of playing time this year is going to scare too many teams from making healthy competing offers a la Isaiah Thomas. He doesn’t really on his quickness or jumping ability nearly as much as most others who have recently suffered ACL injuries. He could be hobbled and still shoot…
For an entirely comparable play, check out Trinidad and Tobago’s goal against Team USA in
The Lions took a good look at what Baltimore did with Flacco. The Ravens signed a marginally capable QB who needed good talent around him in order to thrive, to such an overwhelmingly large contract that they couldn’t afford to surround him with any good talent at all. They then spent the next 5 years watching him…
On the flip side, it gave us a fucking great burn from the local Detroit paper.
Shouldn’t that be “The Finnish Line”? Amazingly not a line nickname that’s been used in the NHL yet.
Once upon a midnight dreary, while I pondered drunk and weary, Over many a quaint and curious volume of Buffalo football lore-
Befitting an ongoing punchline, my Kings even finish last in a joke. I was inspired to do a GIS
Geez Pat, it's not like the Wolves tried to dump Delonte West's contract on you.
I’m not understanding the assertion that the Sacramento Kings are an NBA team.
Not entirely related but I grew up in Vermont and it was much easier and cheaper to go to the old Olympic Stadium to watch the Expos than to head down to Fenway. I remember Ryan Klesko playing left field for the Padres in one of the final seasons of the Expos. If you ever went to that stadium (and not many people…