To celebrate the life of Kobe Bryant means celebrating both a beloved, unique athlete and a fallible human being—the entire story.
Robert Silverman is a freelance journalist living in New York. His work has appeared in The New York Times, ESPN, HuffPost, VICE Sports, Deadspin, The Outline and more.
A Twitter user claiming to be Carlos Beltrán’s niece set off a mass conspiracy about Jose Altuve and the Astros’ scandal. That account seems to belong to an infamous online troll.
The ex-MLB star drew fire Tuesday for seemingly advocating the sexual assault of Iranian women. He told The Daily Beast it’s all one big “joke” that his critics just don’t get.
Hard up for content after all of Deadspin’s staff resigned, G/O Media published a post from a freelancer in Chicago, setting off a swift and brutal online reaction.
The Yankees legend—who will be inducted into the baseball Hall of Fame on Sunday—has managed to keep his political leanings hidden for decades.
Sell the team, Dolan.
The misogynistic sports website reaches a disgusting new low.
A recent online controversy shed light on the strange dealings of the Action Network, a popular sports-gambling site founded by the Chernin Group and formerly aligned with ESPN.
The alleged incident occurred while Walton was an assistant with the Golden State Warriors, with Tennant claiming in a lawsuit that she ‘was afraid she was about to be raped.’
Another content creator was forced to file a DMCA takedown request after Barstool swiped its content. It’s the latest in a long line of complaints against the media company.