With the Final Four being this weekend, Dude Perfect hits up where the game will be played, AT&T Stadium.
Nike Soccer has officially unveiled what the U.S. National Team will be wearing in Brasil this year. The all-new jersey’s will be available for purchase on nike.com at some point today. Read the full press release here.
Andrew Wiggins announced today that he would be declaring for the NBA draft. Although he only spent one season as a Jayhawk, he was able to make a lasting impression. Wiggins was arguably the most athletic player in the NCAA this year and will surely be fun to watch in the league. Like most KU fans, I’m sad to see him go but wish him the best of luck as a pro. Lets remember his time at KU with some awesome GIFs that highlight his preferred method of scoring: dunking.
Currently, the Cavs sit 3rd in their division, and 10th in their conference — 5 games behind Atlanta’s 8th spot in the East. BUT, their pre-game floor projection video is easily the best in the NBA.
Professional Skateboarder Bob Burnquist teamed up with Visit California, CA’s official tourism agency, to create this floating ramp. It weighs about 7,300 lbs and took around 300 hours and 1,250 screws to complete. Once it was completed, Bob and the crew took it Lake Tahoe for a skate session. Take a look.
No one deserves a 30 for 30 more than Brian Scalabrine. His average of 3.2 points per game over a 10-year span speaks for itself.
Daniel Sandoval shows off his skills in this recent video from Total BMX. How people make things like this look so easy is incredible. The video takes about a minute to get going, but once it does be prepared to be in awe.
I literally can’t stop watching YouTuber Smooth McGroove DOMINATE this layered a capella Punch Out theme song.
KUKA Robotics claims to have built the fastest robot in the world. To showcases their robots amazing versatilely, KUKA asked table tennis star Timo Boll to play against their machine. Although the robot got off to a good start, Ball ultimately prevailed. Check out the entire match above.
As a kid, I grew up with Junior endorsing Wheaties, Frosted Flakes, and a whole bunch of other whole grain cereals. Plagued by injury, the 13-time MLB All-Star’s career fizzled out, but somehow he pops up every now and again when ESPN is short on headlines.
adidas recently released their new “Made in March” jerseys. We will probably first see these uniforms worn at the Regional Tournaments, and then of course in the March Madness Tournament. To everyone’s delight, they left out the camo this year and went with a more modest approach.
If you’re a fan of college basketball, you’ve undoubtedly heard about Marcus Smart and his flopping. The Oklahoma State guard can’t seem to stay on his feet. The slightest breeze could knock this kid over. After flopping against the Kansas Jayhawks multiple times, some KU fans do what they do best and turned Marcus Smart into a hilarious meme. Take a look.