The Sunday – Bad, Better, Best and Beyond

Compiled by Brad Hubbard | @bradhubbard | 12.18.2016

Football….At It’s Not Finest

Ryan Tannehill and the worst throw ever.

Browns season in one mascot play.

Not sure how to describe the following motions by the Colts mascot.


You know who needs Obama Care? Bryce Petty.


Dunking 101

But I know this was not a dunk….

or this…

But this was. And it’s how you should do it.


Winter Has Come. So Has Playoff Football.

Winter is not officially here but man does it look and sure feel like it. Which means it’s perfect Penguin weather. So you know this is the only way to get to the FCS Championship game.

Oh it’s so nice.

Not The Way To Retire

Bernard Hopkins retired Saturday night and went out in the way you don’t want to as a boxer. Knocked out and falling through the ropes.

Steph Curry Moment of the Week

Low five to asst. coach after making a shot.


Thanks Craig

You knew him, loved him and his fashion. Craig Sager lost his battle with leukemia this past week.


The Sunday: Hope And Bad Nature

By Brad Hubbard | @bradhubbard

Hail Sager

It’s nice to see big corporations work things out so that someone like Craig Sager, who is battling acute myeloid leukemia, can work his first ever NBA Final. He was given a standing ovation by the Cleveland crowd and every interview he did was a real treat.

Catch Ball. Drink Beer

Sometimes you just gotta catch a foul ball in your beer and pound it down.

Club Drop

Lee Westwood is in the thick of it at the 116th US Open. Part of the reason is because he holed out from the fairway for an eagle at 14.


It’s called the ‘beautiful game’ for a reason. While it very much has an ugly side to it, sometimes it truly is beautiful as Spain showed us on Friday.


ESPN had to clear their EURO 2016 set this week after labor protests escalated in Paris. No one from the broadcast crew was injured but it’s still one more thing to worry about on a day when a police officer and his partner were murdered and there was still the worry of hooliganism by fans.

 Dr West

While the Washington Redskins may not be changing their name anytime soon they did do something noteworthy this week. They hired Dr. Robin West to be the teams director of sports medicine and in the process making her only the second lead lead orthopedic surgeon in the NFL.