The NBA free agency period is nearly as entertaining as the regular season itself and just four days in that seems to be holding true once more.
Since Marshawn Lynch and the Seattle Seahawks failed to capture another Super Bowl last February, the mercurial running back did not want to go much longer without being in another parade.
Marshawn Lynch made the rounds at Game 1 of the NBA Finals between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors. Lynch chatted with fans and ran into Shaq.
https://twitter.com/JoelEmbiid/status/532018612824178688 Philadelphia 76ers center (and social media maven) Joel Embiid spent his Monday night attending the Panthers/Eagles game. Embiid, who has been a revelation on social media, took his feelings to Twitter on Carolina’s lackluster performance against the Birds.
The Internet brought out its collective machete on the Miami Heat after the San Antonio Spurs toppled the defending champs on Sunday night to earn the franchise’s fifth NBA title. Of course, America turned its collective eye to LeBron James and the Miami Heat in the aftermath.
Grantland czar Bill Simmons often refers to the Oklahoma City Thunder as the “Zombie Sonics” – a reference towards Seattle’s former NBA franchise, which was relocated to Oklahoma back in 2008. Following Seattle’s greatest sports triumph in nearly 35 years on Sunday, an Oklahoma based decided to throw […]
Days after his Auburn Tigers coughed up the BCS title to Florida State, Charles Barkley was back in a gridiron setting on Saturday night in Foxborough during New England’s 43-22 playoff win over the Indianapolis Colts. Barkley stopped into the Patriots locker room to help celebrate New England’s […]
Thus far, the 2013 sports calendar has been a complete disaster for Boston sports. The Chicago Blackhawks added to Beantown’s misery by cranking out two goals in the final minute of a 3-2 Stanley Cup-clinching win over the Bruins on Monday night.
Tonight (and for the first time since 2005), we’re treated to a rare NBA Finals Game 7. Might as well partake in the festivities and watch in horror as the Miami Heat win their second straight NBA title…
Maybe next year, Tiago. Via.