Who would you most want narrating your life? A proposed 12-person rotation (in honor of the NBA Finals) for the Voice of God All-Stars. NOTE: All members of the list are living.
What if the outcome of this year’s Final Four had nothing to do with basketball ability and everything to do with the “skillset” of the team nickname? The teams are listed in reverse order of badass-ness (definitions courtesy of Wikipedia).
Mad Men is back on March 25, and the start of the 2012 MLB season is just three days after that. (The Mariners and A’s play two games in Tokyo.) Which major league teams are appropriate doppelgangers for our friends at Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce?
I have to applaud the camera work of ESPN in the two minutes after Austin Rivers’ game-winning three-pointer against North Carolina. They captured an absolute gamut of emotions from a great cast of characters. (via ESPN’s YouTube page.)
New England linebacker Brandon Spikes tweeted the below photo of him and the Patriots owner, who is also on the cover of the new Sports Illustrated. It’s not the only time Kraft has gotten down to the delight of his players. Who can forget his dance at the Super Bowl XXXVI victory parade?
Concern around the big New England tight end’s sprained ankle has everyone getting Gronk’d. Get to know the many sides of Rob Gronkowski before Super Bowl Sunday.
After yesterday’s Game of Thrones-inspired breakdown of the AFC championship game, here is what the NFC title game would look like. Now someone resurrect John Facenda so he can narrate, “When you play the game of thrones you win or you die.”
HBO’s awesomely gratuitous fantasy series can’t return soon enough. Here is what the AFC championship game would look like if it were a real-life manifestation of George R.R. Martin’s fantasy world. Coming tomorrow: the NFC title game edition.
Sunday at Lambeau, the Green Bay wideout can do what his Madden avatar has already done: overcome an injury and “put the team on his back”