Simone Biles has no patience for SportsCenter’s very male GOAT illustration [Video]

Female athletes are tired of being forgotten when it comes to conversations about the greatest athletes of all time, and one of those forgotten GOATs isn’t staying quiet about it.

Simone Biles, one of the most decorated gymnasts of all time (and definitely in the GOAT conversation), didn’t find it at all amusing when SportsCenter tweeted an illustration with the caption “So many GOATs, who’s yours?” The illustration, which was drawn by an artist who goes by @dayxsleep on Instagram, included Michael Jordan, LeBron James, Muhammad Ali, Tom Brady, Tiger Woods and numerous others, plus actual goats.

What it didn’t include was a single prominent image of a female athlete.

Biles snaps back at exclusion of women

Biles noticed there were no women in the image SportsCenter tweeted and vented about it on Twitter.

Numerous others joined her, which led SportsCenter to eventually delete the tweet. One Twitter user did

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Marcus Peters’ incredible interception makes SportsCenter’s Top 10 plays

Peters’ incredible interception makes SportsCenter’s Top 10 plays originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington

On a day where several Ravens starred in Baltimore’s 33-16 victory over the Houston Texans, it was cornerback Marcus Peters who had the play of the day.

With Baltimore up 20-7 with just a few minutes before halftime, Deshaun Watson and the Texans were driving, hoping to trim the Ravens lead just before the intermission.

On first-and-10 from its own 48, Houston ran a play-action pass where Watson thought he had an open Brandin Cooks across the middle toward the left sideline. Watson fired a strike in Cooks’ direction, but never saw Peters, who came flying across the middle to intercept the pass.

Peters’ interception would not lead to any Baltimore points, but it did halt a Houston drive that perhaps could have changed the outcome of the game if the Texans had found the end

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Patrick Kane appears on ESPN for SportsCenter’s ‘The Return of Sports’

In case we forgot how much Patrick Kane loves the ice, we got a friendly reminder during Monday night’s “The Return of Sports” a ‘SportsCenter’ special that aired on ESPN.

“I’m a guy that needs to be on the ice a lot, skating a lot to really feel dialed in and ready to go,” the three-time Stanley Cup champ said on the program. “That’s why I’m trying to get out there as early as possible and get as much time on the ice as I

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