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Living in Boston. Taking Photographs. Sometimes good ones.

nbadoppelgangers:

Rasheed Wallace | Abominable Snowman
“Hold on… calling moms”

nbadoppelgangers:

Rasheed Wallace | Abominable Snowman

“Hold on… calling moms”

Tagged with:  #NBA  #Sports  #Basketball  #ESPN
nbadoppelgangers:

Yao Ming | Cartoon Yao Ming
(via fistpumpingdonkey)

nbadoppelgangers:

Yao Ming | Cartoon Yao Ming

(via fistpumpingdonkey)

Tagged with:  #NBA  #Sports  #Basketball  #ESPN

photojojo:

These black and white photos of free divers are worth an audible gasp.

Free Divers by Kanoa Zimmerman

via wnycradiolab;darksilenceinsuburbia

Matt Cassel looks horrified.

Matt Cassel looks horrified.

(via nationalpostsports)

collegehumor:

Ridiculous News Story: School Thinks “You Mad Bro?” Sign is Racist

You wrong, bro. But bonus points for citing Urban Dictionary as a source.

(Source: College Humor)

gq:

Best Dodgers jersey ever. [via @darrenrovell]

yesssss

gq:

Best Dodgers jersey ever. [via @darrenrovell]

yesssss

Tagged with:  #sports  #baseball  #dodgers
paulkatcher:

A great shot, shared by @si_vault, of Bernie Williams and Derek Jeter being offered advice from George Costanza in the Seinfeld episode “The Abstinence.”
Here’s the video of the exchange, when Costanza, the Yankees’ assistant to the traveling secretary, bashes a couple dingers and chides the players for needing six games to dismiss the Braves in the 1996 World Series.
The scene garnered an honorable mention in a list of Best Seinfeld Sports Moments that I wrote for ESPN.com many years ago. I’ll love that piece till I die.

"But we won the World Series…"
"Pshh. In six games."

paulkatcher:

A great shot, shared by @si_vault, of Bernie Williams and Derek Jeter being offered advice from George Costanza in the Seinfeld episode “The Abstinence.”

Here’s the video of the exchange, when Costanza, the Yankees’ assistant to the traveling secretary, bashes a couple dingers and chides the players for needing six games to dismiss the Braves in the 1996 World Series.

The scene garnered an honorable mention in a list of Best Seinfeld Sports Moments that I wrote for ESPN.com many years ago. I’ll love that piece till I die.

"But we won the World Series…"

"Pshh. In six games."

(via mightyflynn)