The thought of fearless high-flyers like Dennis Smith Jr., Donovan Mitchell, Jordan Bell and Terrance Ferguson trying to out-dunk each other should make NBA fans salivate.
As the sun sets on 2017, and a new year of basketball begins, we asked fans to look back on a year filled with buzzer-beaters, outstanding performances and emotional moments.
We're honoring the best of a wild year with awards including Bench Reaction of the Year, Disrespectful Moment of the Year, Conspiracy of the Year, Gregg Popovich Quote of the Year, and more!
NYC mayor Bill de Blasio took an unprompted dig at the Brooklyn Nets. Welcome back to the NBA litness test, in which we parse over what got the basketball interwebs buzzing and determine its degree of litness. Recently re-elected New York mayor Bill de Blasio took an unprompted dig at the Brooklyn
Social media predictably went wild after Tiger Woods unleashed a few signature fist pumps in his return to golf.
As the sun sets on Thanksgiving weekend, we can all be thankful for the NFL's relaxed celebration rules.
Joel Embiid is a star on the court and on social media. Welcome to “NBA litness test,” a Yahoo Sports feature, wherein we review the week in NBA on and off court action to determine the degree to which events are, and aren’t, lit on a scale of one to four fire emojis.
The Buffalo Bills made a controversial decision this week, benching QB Tyrod Taylor and starting rookie Nathan Peterman against the Los Angeles Chargers.
Martellus Bennett spoke to the media for the first time since his departure from Green Bay and acknowledged the intense criticism he's faced.
Jameis Winston made some ... questionable choices and someone might want to tell Cam Newton what happened to the Titanic.
Colin Kaepernick has been the hottest topic in sports in 2017, and that popularity has extended to Halloween, where a number of people dressed up as the former San Francisco 49ers QB.
From JuJu Smith-Schuster's game of hide-and-seek to Le'Veon Bell's disrespectful stiff arm, the Steelers dominated social media on Sunday.
Just minutes into his first game in a Boston Celtics uniform, Gordon Hayward went down with a serious leg injury.
Aaron Rodgers might be done for the season, but Green Bay coach Mike McCarthy is definitely not interested in adding free agent Colin Kaepernick.
Al Michaels joked that the New York Giants were coming off a worse week than Harvey Weinstein. It did not go over well and he apologized soon after.
Aaron Rodgers led another game-winning drive to beat the Cowboys 35-31 in Dallas. And the memes were glorious.