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Ian Poulter found himself bickering angrily with tour officials on the par-four eighth hole this morning at the PGA Championship, after rocketing his tee shot into the woods to the right of the fairway.
Here’s Lakers rookie Lonzo Ball offering a good and correct take on the great LeBron vs. Kobe debate of our time:
Here’s a swerving, M. Night Shyamalan-esque update on Bryce Harper’s knee injury, sustained Saturday night in Washington’s win over the Giants:
Is there a more exciting play in sports than a good inside-the-park dinger? Here is a very good one, from David Peralta in last night’s Cubs-Diamondbacks game:
The sound the ball makes when it rockets off the back of Tebow’s batting helmet is startlingly, frighteningly loud:
Marshawn Lynch of the Oakland Raiders sat through the pregame performance of the national anthem at last night’s preseason game against the Arizona Cardinals.
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Here’s cyclist Lars Boom celebrating his victory on stage five of the Binckback Tour with an emphatic “up yours”:
Here is a harrowing-as-hell video of Rich Hill taking a pitch directly to the Adam’s apple:
Here was an unexpected feature of Friday’s torch-lit Neo-Nazi white nationalist march in Charlottesville: a bunch of racist bozos marching around with placards featuring the Detroit Red Wings logo:
Now here is a damn sports bet:
Cardinals Cat, the kitten that invaded a Royals-Cardinals game at Busch Stadium Wednesday night and inspired the Cardinals to victory, has been found. And you know what? They threw the little asshole in jail, where he belongs:
In the immediate aftermath of a dispiriting and embarrassing Friday afternoon loss to a heavy bag, Conor McGregor and the UFC have been working to redeem and restore some of the McGregor’s reputation as a fighter, mostly at the expense of McGregor’s recent sparring partner, Paulie Malignaggi.
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Here’s a dumb thing that grill chefs do: they flip the burgers on the grill, and then, while the burgers finish cooking, the chef lays slices of cheese on the top of the burgers, where presumably the heat of the grill will aid in the melting of the cheese.
Now here is a clutch play, from today’s Marlins-Braves tilt:
The Oakland Athletics, 8.5 games out of the final Wild Card spot and owners of the second-worst record in the American League, have traded their representative at the 2017 All-Star Game to the Seattle Mariners, for Boog Powell, once a 20th-round draft pick of, that’s right, the Oakland Athletics.
A day after it was reported that Jay Cutler was leaning away from joining the Miami Dolphins, Cutler has now reportedly agreed to a one-year, $10 million contract to join the organization and replace injured starter Ryan Tannehill.