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Skateboarding will soon branch out from the streets and join the Olympics—in 2020 in Tokyo—which the makes the present a timely point to think about skateboarding through a proxy: the anonymous man in Don DeLillo's Point Omega, who spends six consecutive days standing at the back of a museum, enveloped in darkness, observing the minute gradations of a video exhibit wherein Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho is played in its entirety at two frames per second.

Daniel Bryan always made wrestling feel real in a way that few other wrestlers ever could. He's back, and we're all better off for it.

The defiant defense that makes players inches taller swing the ball to the other side in fear of his stout, leveraged post defense isn’t in doubt; it's the game being close enough for it to matter. The man with 100% Hall of Fame probability still has something to prove.

Sports cartoons were once a staple on American sports pages. Fantagraphics' The Draw Of Sport brings to life the work of Murray Olderman, a lost art's grand master.

Santi Cazorla hasn't played in more than a year, and it's anyone's guess when he'll play again. But the space in the game left by his absence makes his return seem all the more necessary.

In which a great mind, driven mad by ambition, steals Wade Baldwin IV's thumb for science and basketball reasons.

Portland is never going to claim the same metropolitan cachet as New York, Los Angeles, or even Toronto, and that's saved the Trail Blazers from themselves for years. Brunch, however, may change that.

During his tenure with the Bears, the legendarily aloof quarterback was one of the NFL's most distinctively weird and reliably polarizing players. Now that Jay Cutler is gone, one of the strangest eras in recent football history is fading.

The Golden State Warriors are historically great. But they've already made history, and everyone else that cares about the NBA is already richer for it.

The late legend really was one of the best sportswriters we've ever seen. He was also both worse and better than he's remembered for being.