A Damn Fine Collection Of Fascinating SPORTS Photos And Videos

November 21, 2017 | No Comments » | Topics: main, Sports

Deion Sanders on his pre draft meeting with the Giants


The Legend of Deion Sanders’ 40-yard Dash


Shaq’s “Broken Rim Tree”, made from every hoop he has broken


The Squad: Sian Cotton, LeBron James, Dru Joyce III, Romeo Travis & Willie McGee


The Onion is savage AF 


Billy Corgan Tells Hilarious Dennis Rodman Stories


Kobe Bryant Had the Worst Signature Sneakers in History…The KOBE TWO!


1994 NBA MVP Hakeem Olajuwon released a $35 sneaker instead of endorsing shoes from Nike or Reebok because: “How can a poor working mother with three boys buy Nikes or Reeboks that cost $120?…She can’t. So kids steal these shoes from stores and from other kids. Sometimes they kill for them.” 


Gronk In High School


The 2001 Miami Hurricanes were stacked


[ESPN 30 for 30] Perhaps the greatest boxer in history, Rocky Balboa brought down the Soviet Union with a speech. A brief documentary on his professional career


Nigerian Women Bobsled Team has qualified for 2018 Winter Olympics, first bobsled team ever to qualify from the African continent


Real Cool Running. The first Jamaican national bobsled team in the Winter Olympics Games in Calgary, Alberta 1988


Rwandan National Cycling Team Seeing Snow For The Very First Time


Chance the Rapper plays a hockey reporter who knows nothing about hockey


During a 1993 playoff game in the Greek basketball league Serbian player Boban Janković paralyzed himself by slamming his head against a post out of frustration over a call made by a referee

‘After using a wheelchair for the final 13 years of his life, Janković gained weight, which exerted much stress on his heart. He would die of heart failure at the age of 42, on June 28, 2006 while on a holiday cruise on the Greek island of Rhodes.’


Selfie of German track cyclist Robert Förstemann



Aaron Judge (6’7") standing next to Jose Altuve (5’6")


Jose Altuve – 2017 AL MVP

Tried out for Astros.

Asked not to come back.

Came back. “Are you sure? I just want to get a chance,” he said.

They signed him for $15K.

Played 7 years in MLB.

Won World Series.

Named League MVP.

Jose Altuve.

A case study in grit.

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