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That headline couldn't be truer. This is an unbelievable trick shot. After jumping off a 100 foot tower with a basketball in hand, this dude makes the incredible shot while falling. Watch the whole video.
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This is a pretty impressive shot. Jumping from 100 feet, nothing but net while free falling. See the hosts' reaction.
This kid thought that he for sure could get that basketball in the basket. Watch as he nails the light instead. You can tell they are scared of what their parents reaction will be.
These high school all-stars needed a backup backboard after one of the basketball players made a slam shattering dunk. As articulated by the announcer, that about did it for the game.
Let it be known folks, we love it when you send us videos. Here's one that comes from one of our viewers, JJ, specifically dedicated to us. Awesome!
The guys from Hooplaha suprised some pick-up basketball players with their very own sportscaster play-by-play! The jokes were cheesy, but the commentary seemed to motivate the players, who even gave post-game interviews.
"Pick-up", or "street basketball" is a popular scene throughout New York's neighborhood parks. So, in the Spirit of March Madness, our friends at HooplaHa decided to surprise some of the Big Apple's most dedicated hoopers by showing up, unannounced, to give their game the play-by-play commentary it deserves. The reactions of the players are both heartwarming and priceless! See what the hosts thought!
ESPN's "Outside the Lines" has obtained video of Rutgers Basketball Coach, Mike Rice, pushing, berating, cursing and even throwing balls at players during practice. Rice's fiery style has been on public display before, he was suspended for three games last December for his behavior at practices, but at the time, the school cited few reasons why. Since the video has surfaced, Rutgers has fired Rice.
The Internet is full of trick shots in basketball. This one was most likely an accidental trick shot. These two teams are playing a game in Rennes, France. The clock is almost out. One shot misses. A second shot misses. On the rebound, a player grabs the ball and shoots it back up and over the backboard to score as the buzzer wailing.
University of Louisville basketball player Kevin Ware suffered what many are calling the worst basketball injury to ever be televised during Sunday's NCAA Midwest Regional final, which left his teammates and coaches shocked and in tears. Ware, a 20-year-old sophomore, was right in front of his own team's bench when he jumped up to block a shot, landing awkwardly and gruesomely breaking his leg in two places. But what might be the most powerful image from the game was the reaction of Ware's teammates on the bench. Coach Rick Pitino said "I am really proud of the team and I don't think any of us with what we had to witness, could have overcome it if it wasn't for Kevin Ware 12 times saying to the guys Ill be fine, win the game. And he kept saying it over and over... He's a brave young man." Mainstream media is no longer playing video of the injury, but many people have reposted the originally televised clip on YouTube.
NBA star Dwight Howard got into the record books for a 52-foot basketball shot while seated. This 57-year-old high school principal in Utah is about to destroy that record. Sitting down, 53 feet away from the basket, the principal lets the ball fly and sinks it. He then celebrates with some push ups. Awesome.
It's no fun to be the only person in your office who isn't following March Madness. Even more so than most sports, college basketball can leave you feeling really left out! Luckily, for those of you who aren't Basketball savvy, Jimmy Kimmel put together this video of tips on how to pretend you care about the tournament that is taking over the last weeks of March.
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