Jon Bois

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You have never read a sportswriter more recently than Jon Bois. He is an associate editor at SB Nation, he is an enthusiast of the Chiefs, Braves, and Royals, and he lives in Louisville, Kentucky.


Chris Andersen, the LeBron of his generation

The crown jewel of this year's NBA free agency period is Chris "Birdman" Andersen. But where's he headed? In this episode of Punt Brothers, Ryan Nanni and Jon Bois speak to three SB Nation writers who actually know lots of things about basketball.

The world's dumbest, worst man


In last night's episode of "24", a man cemented his position as the most unlikable character on television. A man too stupid to be evil. Let's relive all this garbage through GIFs and Vines.

Let Jon rate your World Cup lunch today


Did you eat a lunch in celebration of today's World Cup match? Perhaps you ate a lunch, and the World Cup match was an event that unfolded independently of your lunch? We'd love to hear about it. Post it in the comments below, and Jon will rate it.

You shouldn't bite people

Uruguay's Luis Suarez apparently bit another player Tuesday afternoon. Here are four reasons why biting people is no good.

Jack Bauer, chuckin' folks out of windows


Monday night's episode of "24" featured a handcuffed terrorist thrown to her death, inappropriately cheerful extras, and a man wearing a bike bag over a business suit. Let's relive the magic through GIFs.

The Punt Brothers podcast, episode 2


In the second episode of Punt Brothers, Jon Bois and Ryan Nanni are happy to be joined by baseball writer Cee Angi. We talk about the unparalleled greatness of Vin Scully and Tony Gwynn, and the inescapable anguish the Royals are responsible for.

How the U.S. Patent Office destroyed America


In 2014, the Washington football team lost the patent on its name. Only now, a century into the future, do we understand how this destroyed the American way of life.

Soccer is occasionally difficult to understand


In Monday night's episode of 24, the President walked into the middle of Wembley Stadium and was blown up by a drone missile. Let's relive the magic through GIFs and Vines.

The scientist has died

Tony Gwynn passed away Monday at 54. There was only one of him.

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