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  • Warriors’ JaVale McGee eats fan’s popcorn at Suns game

    Warriors center JaVale McGee snagged himself a free snack of popcorn, and one fan at the Suns' arena had no time to react to what just happened to him.
  • Denver Post mistakenly uses wrong photo for Coors Field feature

    Let's be honest, mistakes happen. It's an inevitable part of life. But in some instances, even a simple apology for a mistake isn't enough, especially in the Twitter world. The Denver Post learned the hard way Friday.
  • 15th hole a nightmare for defending Masters champ Sergio Garcia

    Sergio Garcia's first round as defending Masters champion didn't go well Thursday, thanks mostly to a nightmarish 13 on the 15th hole that included five balls in the water.
  • Very strong football man Mark Ingram gets tackled by very good dog

    New Orleans Saints running back Mark Ingram met quite the match while on a USO tour. An Italian security dog slung him to the ground.
  • Why is UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen trolling Jim Mora Jr.?

    Former UCLA head coach Jim Mora Jr. believes NFL Draft prospect Josh Rosen being a millenial makes him ask why. We wonder why that is.
  • Help 98.7 FM producer Andy ‘Airtime’ Greenberg drive the D-backs’ cart

    Doug & Wolf co-host Doug Franz already zipped around in the Arizona Diamondbacks' bullpen cart. But 98.7 FM producer Andy Greenberg wants a ride, too.
  • The internet is a dangerous place for sports fans on April Fools’ Day

    The lesson here: Don't get on the internet on April Fools' Day.
  • Accountant helps Blackhawks hold off Jets…yes, you read that right

    Every team in the NHL has a roster of emergency goalies. Rarely do they dress and almost never do they play. But Scott Foster did, and lived a dream.
  • Shaquille O’Neal spent how much at a Phoenix Walmart?

    When the Phoenix Suns acquired All-Star center Shaquille O'Neal in a blockbuster trade with the Miami Heat, it sent Suns fans into a frenzy.
  • The D-backs’ bullpen cart has already led to shenanigans before Opening Day

    Before the first pitch of Opening Day in baseball, the Arizona Diamondbacks' bullpen cart has already been a catalyst for tomfoolery.
  • Mookie Betts self-analyzes his failure in mid-game interview

    Red Sox outfielder Mookie Betts was mic'd up and doing an interview when he gave live analysis of his attempt to track down a Kris Bryant hit.
  • Warriors’ JaVale McGee does many good and bad things in 22 seconds

    Warriors center JaVale McGee did many things in this 22-second clip. Some were good things. Others were not.
  • Knowledge of spring training fans tested, and it didn’t go too well

    Are you able to recognize some of the relief pitchers in the MLB? If so, you're already doing much better than some of these fans. 
  • Diamondbacks players pile into pen, attempt to outweigh PBR bucking bull

    In town for its 25th anniversary, the Professional Bull Riders organization paid a visit Thursday to the Arizona Diamondbacks at Salt River Fields. 
  • Mike ‘Chris’ Bibby, the Phoenix streetballer nobody has ever heard of

    While filming for Uncle Drew is already underway, PepsiCo might want to look into writing former Arizona Wildcat Mike Bibby in as an extra.
  • Deion Sanders picks best safety, might not be able to name another NFL safety

    Kevin Byard is an AP All-Pro safety. When he questioned Deion Sanders' pick of the NFL's best safety, Primetime thought he was a fan.
  • Milwaukee Brewers revisit their ‘Sandlot’ days during spring training

    "'There's heroes and there's legends. Heroes get remembered, but legends never die.' - Babe Ruth" - Milwaukee Brewers. Happy 25th anniversary, Sandlot.
  • A question for Jordan Clarkson, who thinks large humans owned dinosaurs

    Jordan Clarkson expressed an unusual belief on Road Trippin' with Richard Jefferson and Channing Frye. We have a question that needs an answer.
  • ASU football coach Herm Edwards, Blue Angels team up for wild ride

    On Friday, ASU football coach Herm Edwards felt the need... the need for speed.
  • UMBC men’s basketball won on and off the court last night

    As the University of Maryland, Baltimore County became the first men's 16-seed to upset a 1-seed, its twitter account won off the court.