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  • The NFL's 11 Best Touchdown Dances, in Honor of Its New Rules

    Advertisement – Continue Reading Below In a letter addressed to fans, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell announced changes to the league’s celebration policy. The rule change is a marked difference from the years of restrictions and limitations—including penalties for choreographed dances, dunking on field-goal posts, and diving to the ground—the league has enforced on touchdown celebrations. “We know that you love…

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  • How the Hell Was No One Seriously Hurt in This Indy 500 Crash?

    Giphy Advertisement – Continue Reading Below Scott Dixon, aka the luckiest son of a bitch alive, walked away relatively unscathed from a terrifying crash at the Indianapolis 500 on Sunday. Dixon made contact with Jay Howard, causing his vehicle to careen into the Turn 2 retaining wall in a burst of flames. Ricocheting off the wall, Dixon’s car landed upside-down…

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  • How Steph Curry Became a Warrior

    “His first step is average at best, and considering his skinny frame and poor explosiveness around the basket in traffic, it’s unlikely that he’ll be able to get to the free throw line anywhere near as much in the NBA as he does in college.” That comes from the scouting report posted on DraftExpress.com—widely recognized as the leading authority in…

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  • Tiger Woods Said His DUI Arrest Was Not the Result of Alcohol

    Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office Hours after he was charged with driving under the influence on Monday, Tiger Woods issued a statement taking “full responsibility” for his actions and insisting alcohol was not involved. Woods, 41, was arrested at 3 a.m. on Monday morning in Jupiter, Florida, and charged with DUI, according to the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office. He…

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  • We Talked NBA Finals with Chris Webber While He Did His Grocery Shopping

    Chris Webber paused our conversation to make an important request: Could he get a pound of shrimp? He wasn’t asking me, of course—he was doing his grocery shopping as we discussed The Trilogy: the historic third straight NBA Finals matchup between the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers, which starts tonight. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below Webber went to two…

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  • The Mailman Is Not Here for Your NBA 'Mean Tweets'

    Sports fans love nothing more than to live-tweet their frustrations during games. It beats actually watching the commercials, or, well, talking to actual people while the game is on. But the players you’re bashing know what you’re saying about them—and some of them are definitely not happy about it. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below Jimmy Kimmel Live had NBA players,…

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  • This Brave Dude Scaled a Massive Rock with No Safety Equipment

    Facebook/Alex Honnold/Jimmy Chin Alex Honnold is the Neil Armstrong of rock climbing. On Saturday he scaled El Capitan, a 3,000-foot rock formation at Yosemite National Park, and this climb was different than any other: he did it without a rope or safety equipment. Honnold became the first person to scale El Capitan free solo—climbing without equipment—an accomplishment that National Geographic…

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  • This U.S. Goal Against Mexico Last Night Will Be Replayed for Decades

    Advertisement – Continue Reading Below The Estadio Azteca in Mexico City has never been a happy hunting ground for the United States Men’s National Team. Just six Americans had scored there going into last night’s World Cup qualifier between the head honchos of North American soccer. So maybe it was the relaxed expectations on this U.S. team—which struggled in its…

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  • How Did Disaster Strike the U.S. Men's Soccer Team?

    Total catastrophe struck U.S. men’s soccer Tuesday night when the national team lost 2-1 to Trinidad and Tobago, ending their quest for a World Cup victory. Yes, the U.S. will not even play in the 2018 World Cup in Russia. A pair of equally shocking results in Panama and Honduras Tuesday night sealed the deal, making this is the first…

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  • It's About Time We Got to See Marshawn Lynch Get Red-Carded in a Charity Soccer Match

    Advertisement – Continue Reading Below Marshawn Lynch is relentlessly entertaining, and his appearance at a charity soccer match this weekend was no exception. The 2017 Zakuani & Friends Charity Game was reborn when Lynch trotted out in some slides to take the whole thing over. He ran half the length of the field with former U.S. National Team forward Eddie…

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