Neil Best leaves no stone unturned in the world of sports media.
ESPN NBA analyst Chris Broussard was less that accepting of Jason Collins' decision to announce that he's gay.
On ESPN's "Outside the Lines" on Monday, Broussard called it "a sin" and "walking in open rebellion to God and to Jesus Christ."
Watch the clip below.
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Los Angeles Clippers center DeAndre Jordan gave new meaning to Lob City on Sunday.
In a rather meaningless regular season game against the Detroit Pistons, Jordan landed a show-stopping dunk that's arguably the NBA's best of the year.
Late in the second quarter, with the Clippers already leading by 19, Chris Paul, driving to his right, tossed the ball up to Jordan in the lane. Jordan...Read more »
Somewhere along the line, photobombing became popular again. You know, making a funny face or gesture in the background while a photo is being taken of other people who possess no knowledge of the goings on behind them.
It's been all the rage ever since cameras were invented, but with the proliferation of cell phone cameras, it has become an Internet phenomenon and a clickable headline buzzword.
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Geography makes all the difference for announcers, regardless of whether they are focusing on the basketball court or looking at a TV monitor to see a play.
Washington's Trevor Ariza put up a three-point shot in the final seconds Wednesday night, and if you were watching on television, it looked like it went in.
And from the vantage point of broadcaster Steve Buckhantz, it looked the...Read more »
Kobe Bryant joined Twitter on Friday, and the world has rejoiced.
He posted his first tweet at 12:13 p.m. ET, and in the four hours and 13 minutes since, he has gained 250,329 followers. (That number will likely increase by the time I hit the "save & view" button in our CMS.) Only 3 percent of them were fake, according to StatusPeople.
His first (and only, so far) tweet...Read more »