Kevin Na took time out from playing slow and being heckled and booed during his meltdown on Sunday to hit an amazing approach shot on the 18th hole. Na, whose prior shot was so badly placed that he decided to drop on the golf cart, calmly took his shot and put the ball on the […]
Bristol police are investigating a white powder that was found earlier today in the mail facility on ESPN’s Bristol, Connecticut campus. NBC Connecticut has the details.
Early risers in New York that got their hands on the early edition of the New York Post this morning were treated to quite a surprise. If they didn’t catch the final score of the Rangers-Capitals game, they got the pleasant surprise of reading that the Rangers had advanced to Eastern Conference Finals. And if […]
We don’t watch First Take. Mainly because we actually do stuff between the hours of 8am-5pm. But even if we didn’t do anything during those hours, we still wouldn’t watch. Even still, we want to give you a heads up on what you will have to endure going forward whenever you watch the circus that […]
Let us set the scene. Steve Weissman and Sage Steele are bringing Tuesday’s 3pm SportsCenter to an end when Weissman jokes that he noticed Steele flirting with Wes Welker who was making the rounds in Bristol. Steele quickly utters, “I’m married” and from there, things turn a little uncomfortable on the set.
Pictured above are Deion Sanders and his sons and they are apparently filing out police reports against Sanders’ wife Pilar. The two are in the middle of a nasty divorce that got even nastier as Sanders took to Twitter to announce to the world that he had been jumped by his wife and her friend.
ESPN’s Ed Werner attempted to ask Tom Benson about the Saints; David Stern instantly shuts that down
New Orleans Saints owner Tom Benson recently added the Hornets to his portfolio of sports teams so David Stern and the NBA trotted him out for a press conference to announce the acquisition. Things were going as planned until ESPN’s Ed Werner decided to ask Benson about the Saints. And from there, David Stern showed […]
We all know that Jeff Van Gundy has been known to speak his mind whenever he feels the need. Well during the Heat-Knicks game yesterday after Iman Shumpert was called for an offensive foul, Van Gundy went off.
Just a small typo by the folks over at ESPN. It happens to the best of us. And of course, it was quickly fixed. But we’re sure if you ask Auburn fans, ESPN had it right the first time. Via Tigerdroppings
Let us set the scene. Dick Vitale is on with WGN in Chicago to talk about the NCAA tournament. Vitale thinks he’s on with station in Charlotte. From there, things get really uncomfortable.