Earl is currently the only member of TSB who is in an actual Hall of Fame. Among his many amateur athletic accolades, he is in the Bowling Hall of Fame in St. Louis, Missouri for his multiple 300 games. He has also competed in an amateur golf tournament against Sergio Garcia, and played in the junior college national championships. Now that he's in the real world, he lives out his professional athletic fantasy through a men's house ice hockey team and Sunday morning tee times. Hit him up on twitter for his rants and "colorful" commentary on live games at @EarlTSB.

Tyron Woodley knocked out Robbie Lawler with a HUGE right hand at 2:12 of the first round at UFC 201 to capture the UFC Welterweight title. After nearly two minutes of feeling each other out and Woodley leaning on Lawler against the cage, Woodley caught Lawler with a sledgehammer of a right hand.
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Zack Hample has become semi-internet famous for two things.  Catching a ton of foul/home run balls at baseball games, and crying about how someone impeded his quest to get one. Well, tonight was not Zack’s night.  Not only did he miss out on one home run ball…he missed out on two.  PAINFULLY.

The best one was the first one. New York Yankees catcher Brian McCann hits a homer to the right field bleachers, and Hample is right there in perfect position. Read the rest of this entry »


There are a lot of opinions on how you can gain profit in the casinos. Does it depend on the type of the game? We are here to answer your questions.

Gambling and profits. Can these two coexist?

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At the 2:47 mark of the 1st round at UFC 198, American heavyweight Stipe Miocic knocked out the Brazilian champion, Fabracio Werdum with a right hook to win the title. The two fighters traded many big shots for the first few minutes, but when Werdum got aggresive, Miocic backed up and caught him for the KO. Check out the shot that made the belt change hands.
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Most men aren’t shoppers, per se, but every sports-minded fellow can appreciate the purchase of a quality piece of American sports gear. From basketball to baseball, volleyball to golf, sports fanatics have a wide array of games to get involved in. Stock up on the essential athletic gear that belongs in every sports buff’s stash. Whether you’re on the field in a fiercely competitive intramural league or just want to get out and throw the ball around with your son or daughter, these are the five iconic American sports gear items you need.

Spalding Basketball
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If you follow me on Twitter (@EarlTSB), you know that I am an avid golfer. As a guy who doesn’t break the bank every time a new product hits the showroom floor, I make sure that I do thorough research on what I am buying.  I want everyone to know that with the help of eBay, I received a free pair of Adidas Adipower Boost 2 golf shoes and was more than happy to play a few rounds with these bad boys to give some feedback.  All opinions in this post are my own.

Quick Review:

Looks: A-

Comfort: A+

Stability: B+

Grip: A+

Value: A

Overall: A
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While rededicating myself to the game of golf, I always wanted to listen to music while practicing. I’ve tried to feed my wired headphones through my shirt or over my back, but no matter what I do, the headphones either fall out or just annoy me to the point where I have to take them off.  With the help of eBay, I was able to get a free pair of Jabra Sport Coach Wireless Headphones into my ears and on the course for a review. I was very excited to do this and get some beats flowing while playing.  All opinions in this review are my own.

Quick Review:

Sound: B+

Comfort: B

Connectivity: D

App: B+

Value: C

Overall: C
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yair KO

Yair Rodriguez just KO’d Andre Fili with a flying roundhouse kick in the second round at UFC 197. This shit was straight out of a 1980’s action movie. Just watch this thing of beauty.
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The New York Islanders have been playing from behind for almost their entire first round series against the Florida Panthers. One reason for that is because the Panthers have gotten off to fast starts in three of the first four games. Goals at 1:09, 4:32, 6:17, and 2:25 have put the Isles behind the 8-ball.

After taking back home ice advantage from the Panthers with an overtime win in game 3, the Isles came out with very little energy in game 4 and managed only a handful of uneventful shots on goal. Panthers defenseman Alex Petrovic’s shot from the slot midway through the third period sealed the game as it found the back of the net. The 2-1 win by the Panthers has sent the two teams back to Florida, ultimately making this now a best-of-three series.
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kobe last

It’s official: Kobe Bryant has retired after an illustrious 20-year career with the Los Angeles Lakers. Bryant has matured into a household name over the years but the 37-year-old has now decided to hang up his sneakers and concentrate on his life away from the sport.

The Lakers will always have a special relationship with Bryant and it’s an affinity that is shared across the NBA. However, they must turn their attention towards the future. In Bryant’s absence, there are plenty of young stars waiting in the wings. Here are a few who could blossom into the new face of Los Angeles in the coming years. Read the rest of this entry »