The 15 Worst Sports Movie Casting Decisions

Kurt Warner's wife wants Denzel Washington to play her husband in his biopic. Jonah Hill is cast as Paul DePodesta in the upcoming Moneyball movie. Neither of those are jokes. Let's ... Continue Reading →

The 20 Most Ridiculously Humiliating Sports Injuries of All-Time

San Diego Padres pitcher Mat Latos recently had to go on the disabled list for a sneezing-related injury. He tried to stifle the sneeze, but his finely-tuned athlete body couldn't ... Continue Reading →

15 Inductees Into the Scrappy Athlete Hall of Fame

Speed, strength, power, quickness. Sports are biased in favor of people who possess those attributes — and our sports Halls of Fame are full of these athletic specimens. But what ... Continue Reading →

Celtics, Magic, Cavs accept bids to join Western Conference

In the latest move in a wave of conference realignment, league sources are reporting that the NBA’s Boston Celtics, Cleveland Cavaliers, and Orlando Magic are poised to accept ... Continue Reading →

A Xenophobe’s Guide to Hating All 31 U.S. World Cup Opponents

The World Cup is almost here. And with 32 nations vying for the biggest title in the world's most popular sport, you bet you're going to want to root hard for the United States ... Continue Reading →

20 Athletes Who Sullied Themselves as Politicians

It's political primary season and all across the country former athletes are running for office. Because if there's anything we need right now, it's politicians who can ... Continue Reading →

SportsPickle’s Kentucky Derby Viewing Guide

The Kentucky Derby is this weekend, which means that you may find yourself in a situation where you need to act like you know a thing or two about the sport of kings. Here are a few ... Continue Reading →

6 Sabermetric Stats for Old-Timers

Even the most old-school baseball fans have probably come to realize the fact that advanced statistics are all the rage in baseball these days. But without a shiny new sabermetric of ... Continue Reading →

The 25 Greatest Female Athletes of All-Time

March is Women's History Month. And while no awareness campaign will ever put an end to WNBA jokes, it's also good to remember that there have been many great female athletes. Here ... Continue Reading →

How China is reporting the Winter Olympics to its citizens

China's medal count at the Vancouver Olympics stands at nine — good for 9th place overall, 23 medals behind the United States. But the Chinese people are hearing very different ... Continue Reading →

Winter Olympics Viewing Guide

If you’re like most Americans, you probably haven’t given winter sports much thought since the 2006 Winter Olympics. But with the 2010 Games set to get cranking in Vancouver, ... Continue Reading →

Super Bowl cheat sheet

Chances are you’ll host or attend a Super Bowl party on Sunday. And chances also are approximately 97.8-percent of the people in attendance will know absolutely nothing about ... Continue Reading →

15 Ways to Spice Up the Tiger-less PGA Tour

Did you know that the PGA Tour’s 2010 schedule started nearly three weeks ago? Of course you didn’t. With Tiger hiding out in rehab, why would you? If the PGA wants to draw ... Continue Reading →

The secret sporting lives of the "Jersey Shore"

Even die-hard "Jersey Shore"fanatics may be surprised to learn that cast member Sammi “Sweetheart” played four seasons of NCAA Division III soccer as a midfielder ... Continue Reading →

Green Tips for Sports Fans

With dire warnings about the fate of the environment coming at an ever-increasing clip, it’s a good time for sports fans to start trying to go green. While changing your sports-watching ... Continue Reading →

Freshman Starting to Suspect Coack K is Kind of a Dick

Just months into his freshman season with the Blue Devils Duke freshman forward Mason Plumlee is starting to suspect that Coach Mike Krzyzewski might be a total dickhead. Despite Krzyzewski’s ... Continue Reading →

Scott Boras Can’t Believe He Just Said That

Even agent Scott Boras couldn’t believe what he heard leaving his mouth on Monday at Major League Baseball’s winter meetings. “I’ve been in this game a long ... Continue Reading →

Running Play Dies in Committee

A key running play in the Houston Texans’ loss to the Indianapolis Colts last Sunday died in the team’s running back committee, sources say. The long-awaited debut of “20 ... Continue Reading →