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DeMar DeRozan almost pulled off the most ridiculous poster dunk in the history of basketball Tuesday night when he attempted a 360 slam on a China defender.  This is the almost dunk that everyone will be talking about at work in the morning.  Check the vine after the jump.  Read the rest of this entry »


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.

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At the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, Canada beat Team USA in overtime to capture the gold medal Men’s Olympic ice hockey.  And We haven’t forgotten.  While tomorrow’s game at 12pm ET won’t be for the gold medal, it would be huge for USA hockey if they could defeat their two biggest rivals in the same Olympic games, on the way to the gold medal game.

Jamie Winterstern directed a fantastic minute long video to let Canada know that even though hockey is their national sport, they better be ready tomorrow when Team USA comes knocking at the door.
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TSB Radio Episode #31

February 20, 2014 by

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Last night’s show was in question all the way up until about 8:50 pm due to being hit with a cyber attack. Luckily they got the site back up in time for TSB Radio at 9 pm.  With Kevin going on his hiatus, Matt (@Dailystache) made a very successful debut.  It was a great show and we talked about the USA Men’s hockey team defeating the Czech Rep., NBA Trade Deadline, MLB, and more.  Special thanks to our regular callers Eddie (@xTomatoez), David (@Graves9), and James (@MidnightBashem), who did a great job.
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Olympian.  Mother of 2.  Smokeshow.  Noelle Pikus-Pace will be competing in Women’s Skeleton in the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi.  We first noticed her in an AT&T TV Commercial, and instantly became fans.  Check out the video and a few photos of Noelle Pikus-Pace after the jump.

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The 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi are about to get underway, and safety is a major concern for both event organizers and patrons.  Check out this infographic representation of the safety measures being taken in Sochi this winter:

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Lindsey Vonn USA


Tiger Woods’ boo announced via Facebook yesterday that she will not be competing in the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi.  The downhill skier recovering from an ACL injury hoped to be ready in time to compete, but has chosen to give up her spot and concentrate on being ready for the World Championships next February.  Check out the direct quote from Lindsey Vonn after the jump:

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Today we celebrate the 237th birthday of the greatest country in the world.  The good ol’ US of A!  Old Glory will be flying proudly all across the country today while we all celebrate freedom, pickup trucks, dogs, beer, baseball and BBQ. That got me thinking…which athletes or teams have made me feel patriotic?  Who makes me proud to be an American?

Since you wanted to know, here they are in no particular order…

Hacksaw Jim Duggan
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Oscar Pistorius Guns


At around 3:00AM Valentine’s Day morning, I was having trouble sleeping and logged on to Twitter.  The breaking, or should I say heartbreaking news was that South African double amputee sprinter Oscar Pistorius had shot and killed his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp.  Early reports stated that Pistorius thought Steenkamp was a burglar and subsequently fatally shot her as she was attempting to deliver a Valentine’s Day surprise.  As the news developed, Pistorius was taken in to custody and charged with murder.  So was it an honest mistake, or did Pistorius murder Reeva Steenkamp? Read the rest of this entry »

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Total Sports Babes fans might remember our post on our favorite Australian track star, Michelle Jenneke.  Her pre-race routine caught the eye of the internet right before the Olympics (she’s not even an Olympic athlete…yet) and has been a phenomenon ever since.  How could her pre-race routine get any better?  How about Michelle Jenneke warming up in the rain. Read the rest of this entry »