4th Quarter

Nothing but sports. It’s that simple



    Manchester United’s game with Inter Milan came down to a penalty shoot-out. Although Manchester United is 100′s of miles away from U.K as part of it’s tour. It seemed like home game for the Red Devils. It was a sea of red at FedEx Field.

    The game came down to a goalless draw with Inter Milan. Manchester United’s 2014 Tour is  presented by Aon. Ashley Young, Javier Hernandez, Tom Cleverley, Shinji Kagawa and Darren Fletcher all made their free kicks for the Reds at the FedEx Field to win the game.

  • Carmelo Anthony becomes a Venture-Capitalist


    Everyone is doing it why not a native of the home Wall street. Syracuse standout and New York Knicks superstar Carmelo Anthony is jumping into the venture-capital bandwagon with some help from former NBC executive Stuart Goldfarb. Together they combined to form Voltron… I mean M7 Tech Partners. The New York-based investment firm was creatively (sarcasm) named that way because its a combination of Anthony’s nickname (Melo) and jersey number (7).

    The company will focus on getting in on the early-stage funding of digital media, consumer Internet, and tech startups. Basically get into those hot tech startups before they go viral.  The New York-based children’s media company Hullabalu will be the firms first investment. Hullabalu might be safe place to start out. Alexis Ohanian, Reddit’s co-founder has also invested in the company. Other NBA players who have gone into venture capital and investing are Jamal Mashburn, Steve Nash and San Antonio Spurs star David Robinson. It’s smart that these players start building for life after basketball.

  • Ousseyni Issa Gobitaca vs speeding Lamborghini



    You might see this guy jumps over speeding Lamborghini video all over the place. This guy, Ousseyni Issa Gobitaca has been doing it for some time. His first video hit YouTube 3 years ago. His new video is prepped to go viral on the internet. Lets compare his jump to Blake Griffin’s jump over a hood of a car in the Slam Dunk contest. What am I saying, it’s not even a  comparison. Ousseyni Issa Gobitaca jumps over a speeding car. Blake jumped over a parked Kia’s hood. However, you can watch both and make up your own mind.


  • Friday Funday Topic: Who needs 4 wheels?

    RR2 Tires


    It’s Friday, so we thought you we would have some fun like this guy. After a week of traffic imagine how good it would feel to zoom down the street tat breakneck speeds. You don’t even need four wheels to do it. Óscar Barroso and David Míguez show it is possible to take curves at an amazing angle with only two wheels.

    These extreme driving videos show their handy work. Don’t try this at home kids.  Óscar Barroso and David Míguez are professional Rally drivers. This footage was captured at the 47th edition of the Rallye de Ourense. They took the curve in San Pedro de Rocas. Seems like a good reason to visit Galicia, Spain.

    Rallying, also known as rally racing, is a form of auto racing that takes place on public or private roads with modified production or specially built road-legal cars. This motorsport is distinguished by running not on a circuit, but instead in a point-to-point format in which participants and their co-drivers drive between set control points (special stages), leaving at regular intervals from one or more start points. Rallies may be won by pure speed within the stages or alternatively by driving to a predetermined ideal journey time within the stages

  • New Beats by Dr. Dre FIFA World Cup Commercial is simply Epic


    Beats by Dr. Dre has been getting a lot of press of late thanks to Apple. Before the Apple buzz Beats was known for its headphones and its uncanny talent to be in the hands of high profile celebrities. Apple has picked up a brand that knows as well as anyone how to be effective in terms of marketing.

    The Beats by Dr. Dre new World Cup commercial titled The Game before the Game is nothing short of phenomenal. At over 5 minutes this commercial is more like a short film than anything else. The song “Jungle” by X Ambassadors & Jamie N Commons used is however not as epic as The Man by Aloe Blacc in previous commercial.

    Before the goals, before the glory, there is an unseen game played in the locker room. Watch how the best prepare for greatness with Beats SOLO2 and Studio. This is how the game is won.

    Some of the athletes you can expect to see are Neymar Jr., Bacary Sagna, Bastian Schweinsteiger, Blaise Matuidi, Cesc Fàbregas, Daniel Sturridge, Chicharito, Jozy Altidore, Luis Suárez, Mario Götze, and Robin van Persie.

    As far as celebrities you have the whose who of stars. Neymar da Silva Sr., LeBron James, Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj, Rafaella Beckran, Rio Ferdinand, Serena Williams, Sydney Leroux, Stuart Scott, and Thierry Henry.



    UPDATED Jay-Z remix below:

    Beats by Dre has released a new ad featuring a World Cup-themed verse from Jay Z on this already epic ad. This “Jungle” remix debuted during Sunday’s NBA Finals game where Miami Heat got destroyed by the Spurs. The full song is available on Beats Music.

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