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Joakim Noah

Chicago Bulls – Joakim Noah in Some Mind Blowing Gifs

Posted on 16 Apr, 2014, by in Basketball, Miscellaneous

There’s no doubt that Joakim Noah stepped up his game this season and became more than just a guy who defends well, brings out the cliché of 150% and has strange hair. He’s a borderline superstar now despite not scoring too much. A triple double machine who stands out no matter what, which makes him deserve to get a few hilarious illustrated gifs demonstrating just how special he is. More

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Pacquiao Beats Bradley – Justice is Served

Posted on 13 Apr, 2014, by in Boxing

It seems like Manny Pacquiao can move on in his boxing career after getting something straight: He’s a much better boxer than Timothy Bradley, and finally getting the right scorecards to show for it, as there was no mistake in their second fight, with a unanimous decision going his way, not to mention the usual impressive amount of money. More

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Pacquiao vs Bradley – Justice Needs to be Done

Posted on 11 Apr, 2014, by in Boxing

The previous fight between Manny Pacquiao and Timothy Bradley highlighted a big problem in boxing which is its officiating. It might not be corrupt, or at least not in that case, but it can be extremely awful, resulting in a decision win for Bradley, who knew very well he got beat badly in the fight but obviously wouldn’t admit it. Justice doesn’t mean a bad decision going in Pacquiao’s way, but simply the better fighter in the 12 rounds (or less) actually coming out with his hand on top. More

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30 NBA Teams as Pokémon

Posted on 11 Apr, 2014, by in Basketball, Miscellaneous

What does Pokémon have to do with NBA teams? Not a whole lot except for some resemblance between character names and nicknames, but there’s no doubt that this art project that attaches one to each franchise is extremely cool and quite fun to watch. More


Jeremy Lin, Chandler Parsons Isaiah Canaan & Patrick Beverley Re-Enacting Django Unchained

Posted on 11 Apr, 2014, by in Miscellaneous

This website usually takes Jeremy Lin business very seriously, but I’m not Greg, so this has nothing do with actual basketball. What is it about? Houston Rockets players – Jeremy Lin, Chandler Parsons Isaiah Canaan & Patrick Beverley repeating a dialogue from the film Django Unchained, with Dwight Howard doing the filming. More

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Liverpool FC – The Season in Postcards

Posted on 3 Apr, 2014, by in Miscellaneous, Soccer

Whatever the outcome, this has been an amazing season for Liverpool, finding themselves in the thick of the Premier League title race and at the moment, leading the table. It might not end with a title, but this remarkable run has gotten an illustrated postcard treatment that makes looking back at their big wins of the season even better. More

Novak Djokovic

Novak Djokovic – Once Again the Best Player in the World

Posted on 31 Mar, 2014, by in Tennis

There’s something about Key Biscane and the Miami Masters (or Sony Open) that brings out the best in Novak Djokovic, beating Rafael Nadal 6-3, 6-3, once again denying the Spaniard and world’s number one from winning one of the few Masters tournament he has yet to win. More


Dan Bilzerian, The Most Interesting Man on Instagram

Posted on 24 Mar, 2014, by in Miscellaneous

Instagram has a playboy king apparently, which happens to be Dan Bilzerian, who has done quite well for himself thanks to his skill (and just a little bit of luck) on the poker tables. The interesting thing about him isn’t his success or money, but the way he loves showing it off. More

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10 Memes About Arsene Wenger & Arsenal Being Humiliated

Posted on 23 Mar, 2014, by in Miscellaneous, Soccer

It was a rough day for anyone who is an Arsenal fan, but also for the manager Arsene Wenger and the players themselves. It’s bad enough to lose 6-0 to Chelsea while having the wrong player sent off. All the jokes and memes around the internet about it seem to be making it much worse. More

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How Americanization Would Change European Football

Posted on 19 Mar, 2014, by in Miscellaneous, Soccer

It’s a very different outlook on how to run sport leagues – the American and European one, with Europe mostly focusing on football (or soccer), while in the United States and North America in general the major sports league are founded on the same idea of parity (except baseball), salary cap limits and branding, at least in a certain way. More