Incredible ESPN docu-series 30 For 30 did an expo on former NFL phenom Randy Moss. Watch, and realize that Randy played in stadiums that could hold the population of his hometown nearly a hundred times over!
An exploration of Randy Moss’s incredible journey from isolated Rand, West Virginia, to NFL stardom.
Oh. And Rand University? Check out where it is. Man!
A shoe game, fashion and lifestyle video short, presented as a laid back look at Allen I’s coming up in Philly, being a b-baller, relating to fans, keeping it real with himself and his folks and more.
In his own words, Allen Iverson explains the details of the VILLA x Reebok Question Pump “A Day in Philly” including his love for style, Bentley’s, Friday’s and of course the city of Philadelphia.
You know… when you grow up to be 5’5″ tall, and play basketball… you can get so far. Someone will coach you up; let you play… like through high school or so. After that you are likely on your own. At 5’5″ and want to slam dunk? Man, you are on your own!
Fine by Brandon Todd. He decided he wanted to dunk…hard. So tried hard, studied hard, worked out extraordinarily HARD and applied what he learned (about physical development)… and… well, watch!
“You see someone small. Don’t count them out!”
– Brandon Todd
Great story. Inspirational. Call the kids over to watch with you.
So, yeah. CRAZY! A bike takes the starting line to race a Ferrari. Okay, a rocket bike… okay a record-breaking 400+ mile-per-hour running, track-slaying… awww f#ck it… let’s get to the… er… race (if we can even call it that).
On November 7th of 2014, on the famous Circuit Paul Ricard located at Le Castellet in South of France, François Gissy has reached an incredible speed of 333 km/h on the rocket-propelled bicycle designed by his friend Arnold Neracher. More than 300 km/h on a skinny and completely stripped bicycle, this is amazing, and crazy! Who thought that one day a daredevil on a bicycle, with a rocket under the saddle, could travel the quarter mile in less than 7 seconds?
Straight jetted and smoked dat azz. HA!
A happier, rooting-for-the-Raiders, game geared up, dressed down, chilled out Ice Cube talking to Rich Eisen. A little about his movie “22 Jump Street” DVD release and a LOT about the Raiders. Raider Nation baby! Check out the cool convo.
(Oh, and he talked up the NWA movie and his son starring as a young Ice Cube.)
Here’s a good idea… or good idea for a laugh. “True Detective” casting reboot for Season 3 with Shaq and Sir Charles playing co-leads. What do you think?
Since “True Detective” Season 2 have already cast their new pairing, we decided to get ahead of the game for Season 3. We auditioned the legendary duo of Shaquille O’Neal and Charles Barkley. Watch to see their auditions and the trailer of “True Detective” Season 3.
- Bleacher Report
Allen Iverson. One of those names that makes you envision hard hooping at a high level automatically. Now retired, from the court; but he still has much to say about the game.
Like coaching? Nah, according to Iverson himself, nobody wants that. Hahaaa. But what’s interesting in the clip above… Allen I’s all-time starting five… And remember, this is from a guy who’s recruiting class included Shareef Abdur-Rahim, Stephon Marbury, Ray Allen, Kobe Bryant and Steve Nash.
Ay yooo! We got a hot F#ck, That’s Delicious episode on the Vice MUNCHIES channel. Hosted by, starring and following the exploits of chef-turned-rapper-turned-foodie-show-host (drum roll) Action Bronson. Good 30 minutes of content, but round about two-thirds through, when Hip-Hop celeb Bam-Bam Bronson sits down for dinner with the legendary former NFL coach Mike Ditka… in Chicago… he witness the levels to this celebrity *ish. He acquiesces that you are NOBODY when you are with Mike Ditka in Chi-town (translation: Ditka is a god in the Chi)!
Keep watching as Bronson and Riff Raff go get dogs the Chicago way, all the way, and the ladies want to SERVE them… um… all the way (wow, bold).
Then keep watching as Bronson shows you how to ride out on a gondola in Italy (hint: bring the right potnaz and rolling papers…and things will go alllll riiiight…).
Don’t know if you young’ns even get that commercial where Brian ‘The Boz’ Bosworth begs the kangaroo muppet and the dude and the cafe to take him back to college (with Matt Leinart and Heath Shuler in the adjacent booth, for Dish Network). But you watch this episode of ESPN’s 30-for-30 and you will understand why the former college football standout wants a do-over… in sports and in life.
Former Oklahoma and NFL linebacker Brian Bosworth looks back on the mistakes he made as his alter ego “The Boz,” and passes on the lessons he learned.
(Not trying to lay out any spoilers… but hey Boz, that ‘greatest linebacker’ sh!t… Bo don’t know nothing about that. Raider Nation baby! Just watch.)
So…this is real? One man trained and took on 100 men, one at a time, for a minute-and-a-half each? That’s crazy, isn’t it. Apparently, the answer to all these questions is…
Judd Reid is the real life karate kid. As a teenager he was selected to go to Japan and train every day for 1000 days under Kyokushin Karate founder Masutatsu Oyama.
Almost 20 years later he won the WKO world heavyweight championship. His attitude was always anything is possible and never give up. Then came the invitation to attempt the 100 man kumite…
Journey to the “100 Man Fight” tells Judd’s incredible story of life long dedication to martial arts and his attempt at the 100 man kumite in the twilight of his fight career. Follow him as he prepares to take on what is considered by many martial arts elders the ultimate challenge of the spirit.
…yes! Peep the trailer above. Hey, remember that Jean Claude Van Damme movie “Bloodsport” (got that ‘kumite kumite’ song in your head now)?
Straight from a NBA MVP: “This is one of the most important times of the year. This is when we put in the most work…” For Kevin Durant, it’s basketball all day, every day, and he loves it. The rest of it… well, that’s just what comes along with it. All good. In fact, this looks better than good if you are a fan; or just interested in depth perspectives on interesting people. “Kevin Durant: The Off Season” premieres Tuesday, November 4, 2014, at 10 PM EST on HBO.
Sports: Tom Wrigglesworth Probably Looks Like Someone You Know… Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers! (Video)
There ought to be some money in this… Just saying. An Aaron Rodgers’ look-alike so good he fools some Green Bay residents? Yep, that’s Tom Wrigglesworth (who?).
‘The Amazing Mr. Wrigglesworth’ was made by NFL Films and follows Tom Wrigglesworth as he visits the lovely people of Green Bay in a quest to meet Aaron Rodgers.
Li’l little for an NFL quarterback, isn’t he? Well, big enough to put one over on a few Cheeseheads. So there you have it. Watch above.
Fabolous joins ESPN First Take’s Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless to talk about Def Jam’s 30th Anniversary concert, about if the Dallas Cowboys beating the Seattle Seahawks last week means they are really getting it together, about Fantasy Football and more.
More fun stirring the pot. Bomani Jones, Dan Le Batard and Papi – on this episode of ESPN’s Highly Questionable – get Jadakiss to cop to partying the mojo out of visiting teams’ players, so the the hometown Knicks would face worn down opponents come game night. That, origins of Jada’s raspy voice, some crazy DMX stories (shout to Boomer), and speculations on who his homie Notorious B.I.G. might have been talking about on “I Got A Story To Tell” make for some mess…
…and good watching.
If you have been watching recent Sundays, you know Teddy Bridgewater can do a li’l something down-field with a pigskin. But like most men who’ve made it to the NFL, there’s more to the story than a good spiral. This episode of ‘Moment of Arrival’ has Teddy featured; and he has a story to tell.
From the time he first picked up a football, Teddy Bridgewater knew he wanted to play, but the path to the NFL isn’t an easy one. Minnesota’s rookie quarterback takes us on a tour of his Miami hometown, including his high school football field where it all began.
Know anything about baseball? If so (or even if you don’t), you are probably very aware – and at least a bit melancholy – about the last trip around the diamond of New York Yankees’ Derek Jeter. Yep, the cap is calling it quits. But not before EVERYBODY (including the U.S. President) wishes him a bon voyage. The future hall-of-famer has spent all his 20 years as a pro in Yankee blue and white; so you can understand how, for even the most jaded New Yorker, it’s so haaarrrd say goodbyyyye to the team’s all-time hit leader.
But Black Thought and The Roots have got something (a song far better than the ‘attempt’ above; guaranteed). The group calls up a 2009 single – “The Fire” – for the heartfelt fare-thee-well. Rock out with your tissues out.
(If the clip above doesn’t get you, the one after the jump will.)
Jadakiss. Money Team affiliate and loyalist. Willing to trade jabs in a debate with Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless on ESPN’s First Take: On Floyd Mayweather’s recent fight with Marcos Maidana, how he’d do against Manny Pacquiao…
Starts slow and subdued, but Bayless really knows how to push buttons and get the debaters amped. Watch!