The NFL is back. And so is Madden. Check out EA Sports’ newest commercial featuring Kevin Hart, Dave Franco, and many more. via EA SPORTS
If you walk into Peyton’s Manning convenient store, you can’t buy a Gatorade unless you’ve worked up a sweat. In the new Gatorade commercial(s), Peyton Manning stars as a convenient store manager who refuses to sell any customer the sports drink if they didn’t earn it. via dailysnark
Gatorade | Sweat It To Get It: Yoga ft. Peyton Manning
Gatorade | Sweat It To Get It: Dude ft. Peyton Manning
Gatorade | Sweat It To Get It: Couple ft. Peyton Manning
Gatorade | Sweat It To Get It: Locked ft. Peyton Manning
Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton got in on the ‘sweat it to get it’ action as well:
Gatorade | Sweat It To Get It: Bro ft. Cam Newton
Gatorade | Sweat It To Get It: Slap ft. Cam Newton
GatorVision gives us a unique look of practice in Gainesville with quarterback Jeff Driskel’s helmet cam.
via The Forida Gators
Apparently flooded with questions about his tattoo-less right arm, Lakers point guard Nick Young decided to clarify his position on the matter.
No tats on the right arm Strictly for buckets
— Nick Young (@NickSwagyPYoung) August 15, 2014
Lil Wayne joined SportsCenter in the studio before dropping Tha Carter V, and he freestyled over the show’s iconic theme song. via ESPN
Check out some of the NBA’s best dance moves & break downs from the 2013-2014 season. The 2014-2015 NBA season opens October 28th with the defending champion San Antonio Spurs raising taking on the Dallas Mavericks. via the NBA.com
A judge ruled Monday that Donald Sterling’s estranged wife didn’t defraud him when she struck a deal to sell the Los Angeles Clippers to former Microsoft Chief Executive Steve Ballmer, saying she was within her rights to seek a mental evaluation that allowed the $2 billion sale to go forward.
[FULL STORY] via NBC News
RT @AP: BREAKING: Judge rules against Clippers owner Donald Sterling, OKs sale of team to ex-Microsoft CEO
— Marc Stein (@ESPNSteinLine) July 28, 2014
Judge rules against Clippers owner Donald Sterling, clears way for $2B sale of team to Steve Ballmer
— Bram Maravent (@brammaravent) July 28, 2014
Of course Donald Sterling can continue to litigate (there will be lawyers), but attempt to block Shelly's sale denied. #Clippers
— Andrew Brandt (@adbrandt) July 28, 2014
To be clear, Donald Sterling can appeal but judge invoked Sec. 1310(b), so Clippers sale can–and will–be completed irrespective of appeal.
— Michael McCann (@McCannSportsLaw) July 28, 2014
— Rachel Nichols (@Rachel__Nichols) July 28, 2014
Frank Caliendo channels Morgan Freeman from “The Shawshank Redemption” when reading LeBron James’ letter discussing his return to Cleveland. via ESPN