- Tom Brady Accidentally Wolfs Up During Court Room Sketch
- Gritty, Scrappy, Gutsy White Guy Inducted Into MLB Hall of Fame
- Bucs Turn To 80’s Video Game Icon To Fix Jameis
- Clyde McFly argues over an eggplant, a peach and a smiley face
- Traded 4 Times in 6 Days, Luke Ridnour Asks Himself … ‘Who am I?’
- Five Thirty Eight Sets Internet Ablaze With Shocking Report
- Johnny Football’s Money Sign Becomes Latest NFL Star to Retire Early
- Learn The Ins & Outs Of Beer Can Chicken From Clyde McFly
- LeBron’s Wild Hairline Fits Larry O’Brien Trophy … and a Chew Toy
- “Danny Farts Ball” Video Has 500K Views
Kobe cements place in history as greatest Jordan fraud of all time
- Updated: June 18, 2008
Kobe’s elimination game performance in Game 6 of the Finals was inspiring enough to remind us of another equally astounding elimination game performance in 1989 when Sixers center Mike Gminski courageously battled the Knicks front line, but mostly himself, coming up short in the end and losing the series 3-0.
Further proof for those Celtics fans who still insist that Doc Rivers is in fact a CGI creation.
And a final thanks to the NBA for making us all want to turn our eyeballs into dartboards and completely regret watching a minute of this game. Wow, only 30 seconds after the Celtics won, a commercial for championship t-shirts designed by someone privy to MS Paint? Fantastic. And those are real Celtics fans, right? I think I saw them at the game. Nice background, asshats.