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05/24/2016 08:35 AM
Matt Harvey won't quit, takes the ball against Nationals

The last time New York Mets starter Matt Harvey took the mound against the Washington Nationals, just five days ago, he had the worst start of his career. He gave up nine runs in 2.2 innings, and after doing that some people might want to get a little distance. But Matt Harvey isn't some people. He's Matt Harvey, and he's going to figure out what's going on in his own way. 

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The Mets gave Harvey the option of skipping his start today against the Nationals, and he declined. ESPN's Adam Rubin spoke with Harvey, and Harvey summed up his thoughts succinctly.

"For me, taking time off isn't going to do anything. It's finding it on the mound.

I'm not a quitter. I'm not going to just quit and put the ball down. It's a fight. It was good for me to do that."

Even though Harvey's not taking a break, he's continuing to try and figure out why he's not pitching as effectively as he should be. Rubin reported that Harvey recruited fellow pitcher Matt Reynolds and first base coach Tom Goodwin to help him with a special pitching session on Saturday. At Citi Field, Harvey threw off the mound and worked with a "batter" in the box, which allowed him the time to work through things he wouldn't have time for during an actual game. 

Harvey, and the rest of the Mets, hope this brings him closer to figuring out why he's struggled so mightily in 2016. Even before his disastrous start on May 19, Harvey had an ERA of 4.93, and he hasn't pitched into the seventh inning yet this season. Rubin does float one possible source for Harvey's struggles.

There has been speculation his arm, while not injured, is suffering from a hangover after logging 216 innings in 2015. That's the most innings ever logged in a first season back from Tommy John surgery.

Nationals pitcher Stephen Strasburg overcame similar struggles after his return from Tommy John surgery, but that doesn't make Harvey feel any better about what he's going through. He sees the problems as being within himself, and he's the only one who's going to be able to figure them out and get past them. 

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05/24/2016 09:07 AM
Jay Cutler made the greatest NFL throw, and nobody remembers

 

 

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Russell Wilson might have fudged some facts about what happened at NC State during his University of Wisconsin commencement speech, but he got at least one thing right.

"If you can throw a football 80 yards, for some reason, people think that's pretty cool," Wilson said

That's the truth. We can enjoy football on many levels, but there's something uniquely thrilling about a quarterback reaching back and firing one deep. And there's something about a quarterback with a cannon arm that will always appeal to us.

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What's the best throw you've seen in an NFL game? Once I was talking to Greg Cosell, fellow podcaster and NFL Films guru, and Brett Favre's throw to Sterling Sharpe to beat the Lions in a wild-card game was brought up. I asked if it was the best throw he could recall.

"Well, I'll tell you, Jay Cutler had a throw his rookie year, at Arizona ... " Cosell said.

Say no more. I remember. I was there. And while I love the Favre throw when you really watch it, he barely sets while moving left and throws all the way back across the field to the right to Sharpe in the end zone to win a playoff game the Cutler throw is something amazing.

I can't find any throw that's better, and I can't remember one either. A little background: It's 2006, Cutler's rookie season with the Denver Broncos. And yes, it seems like three lifetimes ago he played for the Broncos. Despite anything we want to say about Cutler's career, nobody has ever questioned his ability to throw a football through a brick wall. He's always had an amazing power arm, and that was especially true when he was 23 years old. His third career start was at the Arizona Cardinals.

Early in the game, the Broncos ran a play action to the right, with a Cutler bootleg to the left and Javon Walker running a post pattern. Here's Cutler rolling left ...

 

... and less than one second from that freeze frame, he was unleashing a pass that went 64 yards in the air (a little more actually, considering he throws from beyond the left hashmark back to the middle of the field). He spun his shoulders, barely set his feet and fired a rope. While getting hit. And the pass hit Walker so perfectly, Cutler couldn't have handed it to Walker in a better spot; the pass is right on the money. And Walker was double-teamed.

I remember gasping in the press box. It was unbelievable to see a quarterback under duress throw a pass with that much velocity and that perfectly. Other than the Favre throw in the Silverdome, I don't know of any other NFL throw that matches the velocity, distance and accuracy of this one, especially considering Cutler barely set his feet to throw and was hit right after he threw it.

If you can find an NFL throw better than this (and I'm not talking about historically important passes like Joe Montana to John Taylor, just the most breathtaking heaves in NFL history) you've done well: 

 

It's really not that common to see a quarterback throw a completed pass that travels more than 60 yards in the air, considering this isn't Super Tecmo Bowl we're talking about.

Here are some deep bombs that you might argue are better than Cutler. And there are many amazing throws that are only like 20 yards, in which the quarterback throws a Nolan Ryan fastball to stick it in between two defenders. John Elway, who had the best arm I've ever seen, seemed to have five of those a week in his prime. But I'm just discussing those deep bombs that hypnotize a crowd when the ball is in the air.

Favre to Sharpe

Watch Favre's feet. He doesn't exactly set up shop before heaving it. People have estimated this pass traveled about 70 yards in the air. If this game ever comes on NFL Network, take the time to watch it again; it's one of the underrated great NFL games of all time.

Michael Vick to DeSean Jackson

On the first play of what would turn out to be a blowout win, Vick fired one that traveled about 62 or 63 yards downfield, hitting Jackson in stride for an 88-yard score. I loved watching Vick throw deep because he made it look so effortless. A short step, a flick of the wrist, and he could let it fly. The only thing about this throw, when compared to Cutler, was Vick wasn't under any pressure and could set and deliver deep.

Aaron Rodgers' Hail Marys

It's pretty amazing Rodgers had two Hail Mary touchdowns in the same season. Both were great throws, too. The Richard Rodgers one traveled roughly 67 yards downfield and just about scraped the Ford Field roof. However, there was no pressure and Rodgers' momentum was moving forward, which makes it a little different than the Cutler pass.

The Jeff Janis Hail Mary at Arizona in the playoffs was unbelievable. Pressured, falling back, Rodgers threw it about 60 yards downfield for a touchdown. An incredible throw.

Randall Cunningham vs. the Bills

I think the throw is wonderful, but we remember this one so well for the entirety of the play. If you can escape Bruce Smith in the end zone, throwing about 60 yards downfield to Fred Barnett is the easy part. Another wonderful throw though.

Previous Shutdown Corner NFL throwback stories: Joe Montana's underrated toughness | Barry Sanders' long-forgotten final game | Jake Delhomme's playoff nightmare | Barry Switzer, outspoken as ever | Was Sebastian Janikowski worth a first-round pick?How Jim Harbaugh punching Jim Kelly helped Colts land Peyton Manning | Jay Cutler makes the greatest throw ever

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05/24/2016 09:38 AM
Toronto is winning, which can mean only 1 thing: Drake is chirping

In one of the most remarkable turnarounds in NBA conference finals history, the Raptors won two straight in Toronto to even their series against the Cleveland Cavaliers, and that can mean only one thing.

Drake is chirping again.

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After the Cavs cleaned Toronto's clocks by a total of 50 points in Games 1 and 2, the rapper had gone Instagram silent, at least as far as basketball was concerned (he did find time to post a few pictures of himself and a summer tour schedule). That did not stop NBA Twitter from keeping him in the loop.

Then, after the Raps turned the tides with a face-saving win in Game 3, Drake found his swag again.

That would be a photo of Cavs star LeBron James crying into his open palms. How far Drake has come.

Sure enough, when Toronto survived Game 4, Drake turned to his old friend Instagram, this time showing support for Raptors point guard Kyle Lowry while trolling Cavaliers counterpart Kyrie Irving, all the while, of course, implying his presence on the sidelines was a factor in the remarkable Raps turnaround. (As part of a raucous Air Canada Centre crowd, his hometown support was helpful in a 1-in-20,367 sort of way.)

Again, Drake has come so far in a few short days, so congratulations to the unofficial Raptors mascot.

With Game 5 set for Wednesday, we'll have to wait a day until we find out if he'll be going silent again. After all, the last time Drake trolled a superstar after a win, posting and deleting a Photoshopped picture of a crying Paul George, said star promptly dropped 21 and 11 in a blowout victory the following game.  

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05/24/2016 09:08 AM
The 8 reasons that Russian hockey urination video is very fake (Puck List)

(As the NCAA hockey season is done, our own Ryan Lambert needed something on which to opine. Say hello to a special Tuesday series from yer boy RL, PUCK LISTS, in which he arbitrarily lists hockey things.)

This week, a video surfaced apparently showing a Team USA hockey fan jiggling and urinating in the Russian team locker room at the IIHF world championships.

Here are eight reasons it’s obviously very fake. 

8. I don't buy dude's accent

The pee-er himself, Mike, says “Datsyuk” in a very strange way, first of all. It is the only word he says in the video, and it's not a particularly American-sounding accent.

The person behind the camera has a more believable accent, of course, but it sounds more than a little put on. In addition, the first words out of his mouth are, “You guys, we're at the World Championships in Moscow. In the dressing room of the Russians.”

So many things wrong with that quote, from a believability perspective. First of all, that kind of expository “THIS IS WHERE THIS EVENT IS LEGITIMATELY TAKING PLACE!” statement is a bit much, no?

Second, “the dressing room of the Russians” is not how any American would talk. You hear “dressing room” in hockey around here sometimes, for sure, but far more often it's “locker room.” Where do you hear “dressing room” far more often? Europe. That's where.

(Also Canada, the Europe of North America.)

Third, listen to the way he says, “Moscow.” The accent breaks there.

Finally, “dressing room of the Russians” is also not a thing an American would say because the grammar is all wrong. “We're in the Russians' locker room!” is the correct line read for this situation, which is totally fake.

7. It's bleeped

If you're making a viral video of a dude peeing in a place where he 100-percent absolutely should not be peeing, one thing you for-sure have to do is make sure all the swear words are bleeped out, and that you have quick turnaround on that.

The description originally posted with a story by The Mirror, says “The video was allegedly captured after Russia thrashed the USA at the Ice Hockey World Championships yesterday.”

So that was Sunday afternoon. For this video to have gotten online and spread around by Monday morning to the point where it's showing up on the Puck Daddy radar is not implausible. For it to have done all that after it went through some kind of video editor is, however, less plausible. The fact that it seems to have been deleted by the original up-loader in that short timespan raises another red flag.

We'll get back to the timeline issue in a second, though.

6. If you were making a fake viral video about what fat stupid pigs the Americans are, this would be the video you would make

Backwards hat, morbid obesity, rude idiocy, playing Stereotypical Russian Music, the Uncle Sam smiley face body paint, etc. This is such a caricature it's either stunningly real or remarkably fake, and in this case you have to lean toward the latter.

Also, wouldn't one camera at the World Championships have captured video of a big fella like this with his chest painted with a Smiley Face Uncle Sam at the game? Like, for a single crowd shot? But no one seems to have any evidence of that. Weird. Almost like the video is … fake.

5. The timeline doesn't make sense

Again, the quick turnaround time. And again, as we know, the video now making the rounds isn't the original.

But we also know from the Mirror's story on this that the “Viral Videos 2016” in the bottom left corner is actually a watermark placed on top of the original video, which is originally credited to “YOUTUBE/scott edwards.” Okay so, Scott Edwards is the guy who went over there with his big fat American pig buddy and snuck into the Russian room. Except the only “ScottEdwards” I've been able to find on YouTube — and I tried scott_edwards, scott.edwards, scott-edwards, ec. — is a guy who uploaded one video two years ago:

This is not the kind of video one might typically see from a urinary scofflaw who travels overseas to watch the Americans play in the World Championships.

More to the point, though, the Mirror's story says this is uploaded “after the game.” Which was the bronze medal game. The last one either team would have played. So why is everyone's jersey and equipment hung up nice and neat? How long after the game would these dudes have had to stick around, undetected, for all that stuff to get laundered and hung with care in each stall?

4. You don't see or hear any pee

If this is a Zapruder film, there's no back and to the left here. Presumably if a guy is drunk enough to pee into Pavel Datsyuk's skate, he is gonna have a pretty strong stream going. Any evidence of that at all in this video? Nope.

I ain't buyin' that.

3. Russia is very famously super-lax about security for sure

Oh yeah you can 100 percent definitely just waltz around the Russian arena any old place you want potentially hours after a game. They wouldn't have been trying to turn over the crowd for the Canada/Finland gold medal game. They wouldn't have shot you with a machine gun for getting down into the bowels of the arena in full-on Team USA gear. They wouldn't have taken you to an FSB site for going into the Russian room.

Not with Vladimir Putin in the building, that's obvious. Go shake the guy's hand even if you want. He loves when people do that!

 

2. The guy's wearing a [expletive]-ing Matt Hendricks jersey

Let's suppose, for a second, that the Team USA jersey dude is wearing was even a remotely recent model. It's not, but let's assume it is.

The number on the Hendricks jersey is wrong. There ya go, full-stop. In the video the jersey is No. 26, which is the number he wore in Washington and Nashville. But both times (here and here) he's played at the Worlds, he's worn No. 23, his number with Edmonton this past season. Also, he has been captain both times, but dude's jersey is lacking the “C.”

More to the point, though, who the hell buys a Matt Hendricks Team USA jersey?

1. The Russia jerseys are wrong

Look at the two prominent Russia jerseys in the video. The first is the No. 87 shirt of Vadim Shipachyov, to the right of the screen when our hero starts his dancing schtick. It's just wrong. Compare the one in the video to this Getty Images photo in which the numbers are smaller, and in a different font.

That's a problem given that this is the official Dressing Room Of The Russians, who would have just finished a game in these sweaters.

The wrong numbers are also on the shoulder of the Datsyuk jersey which gets “peed” on. Then there's the size of the captain's “C” on the front of the sweater. Compare, once again, the one in the video to the one in this picture from when he won bronze yesterday. Again, way too big.

Pretty fake.

You would think the Russians would be better at making anti-American propaganda by now. Which leads us to a villain so nefarious only it could be the real culprit: Canada.

We're through the looking glass here, people.

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05/24/2016 09:38 AM
Toronto is winning, which can mean only 1 thing: Drake is chirping

In one of the most remarkable turnarounds in NBA conference finals history, the Raptors won two straight in Toronto to even their series against the Cleveland Cavaliers, and that can mean only one thing.

Drake is chirping again.

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After the Cavs cleaned Toronto's clocks by a total of 50 points in Games 1 and 2, the rapper had gone Instagram silent, at least as far as basketball was concerned (he did find time to post a few pictures of himself and a summer tour schedule). That did not stop NBA Twitter from keeping him in the loop.

Then, after the Raps turned the tides with a face-saving win in Game 3, Drake found his swag again.

That would be a photo of Cavs star LeBron James crying into his open palms. How far Drake has come.

Sure enough, when Toronto survived Game 4, Drake turned to his old friend Instagram, this time showing support for Raptors point guard Kyle Lowry while trolling Cavaliers counterpart Kyrie Irving, all the while, of course, implying his presence on the sidelines was a factor in the remarkable Raps turnaround. (As part of a raucous Air Canada Centre crowd, his hometown support was helpful in a 1-in-20,367 sort of way.)

Again, Drake has come so far in a few short days, so congratulations to the unofficial Raptors mascot.

With Game 5 set for Wednesday, we'll have to wait a day until we find out if he'll be going silent again. After all, the last time Drake trolled a superstar after a win, posting and deleting a Photoshopped picture of a crying Paul George, said star promptly dropped 21 and 11 in a blowout victory the following game.  

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