Here's something fans haven't heard in a while: The Los Angeles Lakers are now among the favorites to become NBA champions next season.
The Philadelphia Eagles’ Super Bowl LII win gave the majority of Twitter a chance to troll Tom Brady and the New England Patriots. The memes and reactions were ruthless: pic.twitter.com/5T4KD1kGxh
Fourteen years after the wardrobe malfunction seen ’round the world, Justin Timberlake made his return to the Super Bowl halftime show. There was no Prince hologram, but there was a Prince tribute. Twitter had mixed reactions to it all, to say the least.
New England Patriots quarterback and NFL MVP Tom Brady was serving detective/super villain realness when he arrived at U.S. Bank Stadium before Super Bowl LII on Sunday. Of course, Twitter had the best fashion analysis of Brady’s look: Brady looks like a single white mother walking out of the courthouse after winning custody of her kids pic.twitter.com/pmn4o5UBor
Despite the pettiness, trolling and drama of the sports social media world in 2017, the past year *did* provide several bright spots that we’re looking forward to hearing more of in 2018. Check out our five favorite breakouts in the video above.
All NBA eyes were on Kobe Bryant and the City of Los Angeles on Monday night as the Los Angeles Lakers raised both of Kobe’s jerseys to the rafters of Staples Center. Many of the league’s biggest names — past and present — sent congratulations to Kobe, including LeBron James, Stephen Curry, Shaquille O’Neal and Bill Russell. Congrats @kobebryant!! Dayuumm man NOT1, NOT 2.. ok it is 2 jerseys going up! Amazing G and appreciate the inspiration from a far u didn't know growing up! #Ko8e24 #Mamba #Immortalized
Welcome back to our weekly round up of the best celebrations in the NFL. Let’s see what Week 14 had in store. Chris Moore breaks out FIFA “dead fish” celebration Chris Moore with the FIFA Dead Fish Celebration #NFLCelebrations pic.twitter.com/G21JBzeQ0X
The best touchdown-celebrating team is on a bye, but that doesn’t mean the rest of the NFL doesn’t know how to celebrate touchdowns accordingly. Here’s the best of Week 9. Travis Kelce scores TD and wins the sack race
Seven weeks into the season and one thing has become crystal clear: The Pittsburgh Steelers are in a league of their own when it comes to touchdown celebrations.
Five weeks into a new era of touchdown celebrations, the Philadelphia Eagles came up with one of the funnest ones we’ve seen.
Michael and Martellus Bennett both made clear political statements during their season-opening reunion game between the Seattle Seahawks and Green Bay Packers.
All eyes were on Floyd Mayweather’s TKO of Conor McGregor on Saturday in Las Vegas, and a chorus of fellow pro athletes was quick to show their respect for Money’s 50th career win.
Floyd “Money” Mayweather isn’t one to shy away from attention, and he certainly embraced his moment in the spotlight during his walk to the ring to face Conor McGregor. OK then … #MayweathervMcGregor pic.twitter.com/Cbxnijh0ps
Gymnast Aly Raisman believes it’s time for USA Gymnastics to get more involved and make some changes. Six-time Olympic medalist Aly Raisman fiercely spoke out against USA Gymnastics for what she believes is a failure to address a major sexual abuse scandal. Former national team doctor Larry Nassar, who served in the position for 29 years, is at the center of the scandal.
Former AL MVP and NL Manager of the Year Don Baylor died early Monday morning, resulting in an outpouring of grief from Major League Baseball teams, players and coaches. As a manager, coach and friend, Don Baylor will forever be a part of the fabric of the Colorado Rockies: https://t.co/hNAyrOo6Zt pic.twitter.com/HYRObiRg9v
The Mooch lasted a lot longer than several infamous short-lived sports contracts.
New York Yankees sensation Aaron Judge was crowned the 2017 Home Run Derby champion on Monday, and Twitter loved every second of his performance. All. Rise. #HRDerby pic.twitter.com/OkNkwXkDw9
As LaVar Ball’s NBA draft dreams came true on Thursday night, with his son Lonzo being selected second overall by the Los Angeles Lakers, Twitter reacted accordingly to the Big Baller Brand CEO’s moment in the spotlight.