Tweet of the Day: Trevor Booker Has One Question For SpongeBob SquarePants

SpongeBob SquarePants is one of the most popular cartoons among Millennials. However, for all of the show’s popularity that comes with living in a pineapple under the sea, there are questions that some might be driven to ask of the Nickelodeon character. Why is his mode of transportation a boat with wheels, and how does its engine run under water? How does Sandy Cheeks, a squirrel in an atmospheric diving suit, survive in Bikini Bottom (the underwater community in which SpongeBob


Charles Barkley has a hilarious comment for Amare Stoudemire and his wine-bathing ways


Carmelo Anthony and the New York Knicks suffered yet another heartbreaking loss on Thursday – this time against the Cleveland Cavaliers at home 90-87. Not unlike many of their previous losses, the Knicks put in the effort and played a hard-fought game. Unfortunately, Anthony played his ugliest game of the season offensively, scoring nine points on just four-of-19 shooting from the field. His potential game-tying 3-pointer at the end of the game bounced off the rim, sending New York to its 16th


Former Players, Media Members Lament Loss of Bryan Burwell


Sports journalist Bryan Burwell, who wrote for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and occasionally made appearances on ESPN’s The Sports Reporters and worked as on-air talent for CBS Sports 920 in St. Louis, passed away early Thursday after enduring a brief battle with cancer. He was 59. Burwell was well-respected and well-liked in the industry. His colleague and fellow sportswriter at the Post-Dispatch, Bernie Miklasz, wrote a touching tribute about him. Here is an emotionally evocative excerpt: Until the end of his life,


Tweet of the Night: Ricky Rubio speechless after watching Stephen Curry drain game-winning 3-pointer


The fantastic Golden State Warriors broadcasting team of Bob Fitzgerald and Jim Barnett could smell it in mid-third quarter. After taking a double-digit lead in the first half against the Orlando Magic in their first home game in 11 days, Stephen Curry and the Warriors started to look lackadaisical in their approach half way into the second half with a lead as high as 12 points. Noticing this, the ever-observant Barnett – a former NBA player and long-time color commentator of


Tweet of the Day: Kevin Durant Set To Return To Action


Kevin Durant will see his first game action since injuring his foot over a month ago. The reigning league MVP is back! At least, he will be. Word broke Tuesday afternoon that the Oklahoma City Thunder All-Star forward Kevin Durant would be making his debut against the New Orleans Pelicans after missing the first 17 games of the season with a Jones Stress Fracture in his right foot. The team broke the news on Twitter, sharing an interview with


Tweet of the Night: Manu Ginobili makes fun of Boris Diaw’s lack of speed


It’s an easy-going kind of night for the defending champions San Antonio Spurs when the most pathetic team in all of basketball – the Philadelphia 76ers – is their opponent. Even if it’s on the road. With the 76ers not having won a single game heading into Monday’s contest, it was easy for Gregg Popovich to sit out Tim Duncan (rest) and Tony Parker (rib). Manu Ginobili did play, but only saw 13 minutes despite having a hot shooting night, scoring 14 points


Tweet of the Day: Warriors Rolling Right Back to Cali

Steph and Klay

The Golden State Warriors have been good for a few years, but now they’re finally great. The team wrapped up a five-game road trip Sunday and were victorious in each game. In fact, they’ve won nine straight. The trip ended with a 104-93 win over the Pistons in Detroit and one Warriors player is glad to see the trip come to an end. Great way to finish off the road trip with the win!!! So excited to get back to Cali