A saying used by mostly NBA and NFL fans whenever they see a sport that isn't the NBA or NFL tweeted by SportsCenter or Bleach Report. It's often linked to people who grew up fatherless or people with a mental disability
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Slang for wearing. Also used to describe what athletes wear when they compete.
He is sporting a rare pair of Air Jordans.
by Jon Thomas September 29, 2005
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America's state-sponsored religion.
On Sunday we pray sports.
by thenewnumber904 March 23, 2006
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generic name used as a substitute for a person's surname.

See also chief, ace, champ, boss, dude, pal, slappy, guy, man, homey, junior, my deuce
I was at work today, and some dickface dropped this line on me:

"What's up, sport? Think you can get me a drink there, chief? What do you say, champ?"
by Ricky Roma November 27, 2003
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Injuries.
Mental Breakdowns.
"I can't, I have ____"
REAL sport
by Andee_SOCCER July 3, 2013
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Yelled during the viewing of a sporting event by a non-sports fan when surrounded by sports fans. Non-sports yells "SPORTS" when he or she does not know what is going on in a given but wants to feel as though they are contributing.
Fan 1: "C'mon ref!"
Fan 2: "What a shitty call!"
Fan 3: "Let em' play! It's the fourth quarter for christ's sake!"
Fan 4: "SPORTS!"
by Nerdferguson June 21, 2013
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The terrifying and pointless act of exercising by choice.
Whether participating directly or merely watching, sports are a great way to pass time accomplishing absolutely nothing of real worth or value, but still make yourself feel good. See Also: masturbation
by Frank Marlowe May 12, 2016
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