Dan Gilbert and the Cavaliers have made a massive fucking mess of the 2017 NBA offseason. It’s hard to believe a team that can basically sleepwalk backwards through the regular season and wake up in the Finals would find itself seemingly on the brink of total meltdown, but here we are.
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Here is Orioles outfielder Mark Trumbo tracking a José Altuve fly ball to the warning track in right field in today’s Orioles-Astros tilt:
What you will see in the video below is a referee at an AAU game calling a holding foul on a defender engaged in a trap near mid-court. You will hear a hoarse voice yelling from off camera, “that’s not a foul,” and assorted other complaints. You will hear these complaints raise in volume and intensity in the seconds…
Jordan Spieth overcame an insane 25-minute odyssey on the 13th hole to shoot five under par over the last five holes and win the 146th Open Championship. Spieth, at just 23 years old, is the youngest American to ever win the tournament.
Here is a post-match interview with, uh, James? James had “a good win” at the 2017 Championship of Bags, a cornhole tournament of the American Cornhole League.
This morning ESPN dropped a long and richly detailed account of the circumstances that surrounded and led to Kyrie Irving’s surprise trade request, first reported Friday afternoon, in which he told Cavs owner Dan Gilbert that he no longer wants to play in Cleveland. It seems Irving’s dissatisfaction in Cleveland…
If you are a baseball, I urge you to look away from this video of Bryce Harper mashing the absolute bejeezus out of one of your kin:
Jake Paul, the vile internet butthole whose eFame is owed to his routine of pulling dipshit bro pranks that crowd out and annoy his neighbors badly enough that they sued his scrawny ass, has apparently been fired by the Disney Channel:
New Knicks GM Scott Perry made an appearance on SC6 Friday afternoon, and in addition to proclaiming his excitement about working with Kristaps Porzingis and treading carefully on the topic of trading Carmelo Anthony, he took a moment to update viewers on the extent of his new relationship with Knicks owner James…
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Hey, who remembers this ugly piece of shit?
Tamba Hali is 10th among all active players and second among Kansas City Chiefs all-time in career sacks, but at 33 years old his role on the team is changing—Hali started just two games in 2016, by far the fewest of his career, and produced just three and a half sacks, his fewest since he was a 25-year-old defensive…
Rejoice, my good friends, for the mighty John Wall, in his profound wisdom, has signed a 4-year, $170 million contract extension with the Washington Wizards. We have come through dark times indeed, but at last we are delivered to a better day. Whew!
The Nationals, owners of the very worst bullpen ERA in all of baseball, made a move today to fortify their relief pitching, snagging a couple arms from Oakland’s not-actually-all-that-much-better bullpen:
Here is big dong-crushing superhuman Giancarlo Stanton going up to make a heroic catch against the wall in right center, and, um, keeping the ball in the park?
Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reported this morning that Carmelo Anthony is still expecting the New York Knicks to complete a trade that will send him to the Houston Rockets to play alongside James Harden and Chris Paul. The remaking of New York’s front office has apparently not persuaded Melo to stick around and make…
Today is a day of many butt cheeks over at the Tour de France:
Roger Federer finished off a clean Wimbledon with a straight-sets victory over Marin Cilic in today’s men’s Final, winning 6-3, 6-1, 6-4.