Saturday, June 30, 2012

NJ Devils fan gets pranked by coworkers with LA Kings cubicle (Video)

There is nothing that I love more than a good old fashion prank and this one ranks among the very best that I've seen.

It appears that an office worker named Chris decided to take a vacation along the time that his favorite hockey team, The New Jersey Devils were in the Stanley Cup.

So, some of his buddies at the office decided to cover his entire cubicle with LA Kings pictures and memorabilia:

Friday, June 29, 2012

That Carmelo Anthony Wax Figure Is Alive!

There are many ways to tell that you've made it in life and one of those examples is getting a wax figure of yourself at a Madame Tussaud's wax museum.

Recently, New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony got a wax figure of himself at Madame Tussaud's in New York City.

Before the figure was installed, Carmelo decided to have a little bit of fun with some visitors by standing-in for the statue:

Thursday, June 28, 2012

A.J. Hawk hits guy into lake during touch football game

If we learn anything from the below video, you have to keep your head on a swivel when you play flag football with Packers linebacker A.J. Hawk playing.

Recently, A.J. was playing in the Inspiring Minds Celebrity Golf Outing in Warren, Ohio and nearing the end of the event, he got caught up with a touch football game.

Watch as "The Cable Guy" Bill Griffin catches a pass near Hawk and ends up in the lake a few seconds later:

Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Aroldis Chapman celebrates save by rolling on the field

The first thing that most people know about Cincinnati Reds closer Aroldis Chapman is his blazing fastball.

After last night, people will know Chapman for his rolling celebration after earning a save against the Milwaukee Brewers.

Watch as Chapman does not one but two forward rolls:

Monday, June 25, 2012

Jason Kipnis falls down trying to get double vs. Astros

One of the most classic motifs of sports bloopers has to be athletes falling down during play and we had a solid effort from Cleveland Indians infielder Jason Kipnis over the weekend.

Kipnis was facing Houston's Dallas Keucher over the weekend and during the seventh inning of Saturday's game appeared to have an easy single.

As Kipnis rounded first base, he attempted to try to stretch the play to double but lost his balance and fell flat on his face:

Derek Norris gets Gatorade bath/pie to the face after walkoff homer

We all know that baseball players love to celebrate and there was cause for celebration in Oakland over the weekend as Athletics rookie Derek Norris hit a walk-off three-run homer to beat the San Francisco Giants.

After the game, Norris was giving the usual postgame interview with the announcers at Comcast Sportsnet California, when a couple teammates decided to get prank him while he did his interview.

Check out as Norris gets a pie to the face and a huge Gatorade bath from his teammates:

Shaquille O'Neal stops by ESPN Sportscenter, kisses bald heads of analysts

The ESPN Sportscenter crew at the American Airlines Arena for the NBA Finals were wrapping up their coverage of game five when a certain uninvited guest decided to stop by.

It comes at about the 20 second mark of the clip when Shaq walks up the stairs behind the set and decided to kiss the foreheads of Jon Barry, Michael Wilbon, and Magic Johnson.

Watch as the Shaq lovefest leaves the crew in stitches:

Sunday, June 24, 2012

Texas Rangers fan does worm after catching home run

Back on Saturday, one Texas Rangers fan got to live out every fan's dream by catching a home run from slugger Nelson Cruz.

It happened in the fifth inning against the Colorado Rockies as Cruz lifted a ball from Rockies pitcher Adam Ottavino into center field for a three-run homer.

After the fan makes the catch, he decides to celebrate with the classic go-to dance move, "The Worm":

Saturday, June 23, 2012

Nick Swisher aids Ike Davis home run with error

Over the years in Major League Baseball, we've some notable errors that gave players home runs that they didn't deserve.

Back on Friday night, New York Mets first baseman Ike Davis hit a towering ball that appeared to be recorded for an out by Yankees outfielder Nick Swisher.

Sadly for Swisher, the ball pops out of his glove and over the CitiField fence for a three-run homer:

Chris Bosh gives himself a champagne bath

After winning his first NBA championship with the Miami Heat, forward Chris Bosh was pretty happy with himself.

While his teammates LeBron James and Dwyane Wade were celebrating next to him, Bosh decided to videobomb the ESPN shot by giving himself a champagne bath.

Watch as Chris drowns in the sweet taste of victory:

Chicago White Sox A.J. Pierzynski loses track of outs, runs off field

Back on Wednesday night, Chicago White Sox catcher A.J. Pierzynski had a momentary lapse of judgement which caused him to make the below blunder.

The White Sox were ahead of the Chicago Cubs in the 8th inning when White Sox pitcher Matt Thornton recorded a strike out of Cubs outfielder David DeJesus for the second out of the inning.

For some reason, A.J. thought it was the final out of the inning and decided to jog off the field leaving his pitcher puzzled:

Friday, June 22, 2012

Washington Nationals third base coach nearly gets hit by throw

Just when you thought it was safe to be a major league baseball third base coach, Washington Nationals coach Bo Porter needed to use some acrobatics to avoid a terrible throw.

It happened in the first inning of last Wednesday's Nationals/Rays affair as Tampa Bay's Sean Rodriguez attempted to throw out Washington's Bryce Harper at third base on a fielder's choice.

Rodriguez's throw was sadly off the mark and nearly took out Porter who saved himself with some fancy footwork:

Cleveland Cavaliers fan freaks out after Miami Heat wins title

As the Miami Heat and Lebron James claim the 2012 NBA championship, you may figure that some Cleveland Cavaliers weren't exactly pleased to see it.

Check out the below clip of this Cleveland Cavaliers fan who freaks out after watching Lebron James win a ring for South Beach.

I'm pretty sure that, "It should have been Cleveland" will be on a t-shirt soon:

Thursday, June 21, 2012

LeBron James mocks Dwyane Wade's glasses during post game interview

This year's NBA playoff postgame fashion might be best described as a fashion disaster and even the players are mocking each other fashion choices.

Check out this below clip of Miami Heat star LeBron James watching on a closed-circuit television a postgame interview given by Dwyane Wade after game four.

Watch as LeBron takes a shot at Dwyane Wade's choice of glasses telling the person filming him that they are out of control:

Atlanta Hawks trampoline dunker gets "good job, good effort" parody

About a month back, a video of an Atlanta Hawks trampoline dunker made the rounds on the Internet and many people got a good chuckle out of it.

Then, one individual decided to make the clip even better by mashing it up with the audio from the Miami Heat fan who told the team "Good Job, Good Effort" after their game five loss to the Boston Celtics.

Below is the spoils of his work and he should be commended for his effort:

Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Home plate umpire trips over Carlos Santana's leg (Video)

Home plate umpire Derryl Cousins had a nice trip during yesterday's Cleveland Indians/Cincinnati Reds game as he lost his balance as he attempted to make a judgement call on a play.

It happened in the sixth inning as Reds shortstop Zack Cozart hit a grounder down the third base line that ended up going foul.

As Cousins attempted to follow the ball, he lost his balance after tripping over Indians catcher Carlos Santana's foot:

MLB umpires lose track of count, forced to call for it

To be fair to MLB umpires, baseball games can tend to get a little long and you can forgot the batter's count from time to time.

During last Sunday's San Francisco Giants/Seattle Mariners affair, home plate umpire Joe West issued a walk to San Francisco's Gregar Blanco in the top of the ninth inning.

The only issue was that Blanco hadn't officially earned the walk and Mariners manager Eric Wedge complained to West about the call.

After the complaint, the umpires met near the pitcher's mound and West took to the phones soon after to get the correct count:

Tuesday, June 19, 2012

LeBron James home movies are pretty funny

There are few athletes in today's sports landscape more scrutinized than Miami Heat star Lebron James and his inability to win an NBA title has given many sports analysts cannon fodder for his decisions.

The folks over at Jest decided to a humorous look at Lebron's decision making in this parody video called, "Lebron James Home Movies".

It shows a young Lebron playing some backyard hoops and possibly giving insight that what he would be doing as an adult:

Monday, June 18, 2012

This just in: NBA bloopers show players are just plain clumsy

Just when you thought that NBA players were some of the most athletically-gifted people in the world, this video has come to light showing them having issues with their motor skills.

The fine folks over at NBATV put together this compilation for their new show called, "Shaqtin' A Fool" starring NBA legend, Shaquille O'Neal.

Listen as Shaq commentates on some of the more clumsy moments from this past NBA season and even features one of his less than stellar trampoline dunk attempts:

Bird Call During US Open trophy presentation

After a US open that was perhaps only memorable because of how absolutely unmemorable it was, the true excitement came when a drunk British man came out to do a bird call during Webb Simpson's victory speech. This all went down in San Francisco, this Birdman appearing just a few miles from Alcatraz. 

Webb handled the interruption with style, calling "enjoy the jail cell, pal" as the disturbance was carted off. Its occurrences like this that almost make watching golf worth it... almost.

Sunday, June 17, 2012

Central African goalie flips out, punches goalposts

From time to time, professional athletes can lose their cool and provide the world with some memorable freakouts.

Check out Central African Republic goalie Geoffrey Lembet flipping out during an African Cup of Nations qualifying match against Egypt.

Play had been stopped for the Central African trainer to treat Lembet's hand and officials for the match, asked the trainer to remove Lembet from play to treat the injury.

As you may already know, this didn't go over well with Lembet who decided to punch both goalposts as he left play:

(Courtesy of Dirty Tackle)

Saturday, June 16, 2012

College girl wants Eli Manning after oral surgery

For those of you who have had your wisdom teeth removed, there is a period of time that the oral surgeon leave you in the chair to recover and sometimes you can say some crazy things.

One college girl by the name of Jessica Gormley recently had her wisdom teeth removed and had the ordeal video-taped for future reference.

At the end of her surgery, Gormley started asking for New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning and that's where this video becomes an instant classic:

Friday, June 15, 2012

Chris Bosh and Ronny Turiaf high-five fail at NBA Finals Game 2

While most people might think that NBA players are the most gifted athletes in the world, they sometimes still have issues with motor skills.

Check out this clip from game two of the NBA Finals as Miami Heat star Chris Bosh and Ronny Turiaf attempted a high-five going into the time-out.

First, they both confused the style of high-five and when they did get on the same page, they completely missed each other:

New Chicago Cubs mascot ideas from Conan O'Brien

We all know that late night talk show host Conan O'Brien is a man who loves his mascots and this week, he decided to help out the Chicago Cubs in creating one.

Conan is currently in Chicago for a week of shows and decided to lend his expertise in creating a mascot that would suit the Chicago Cubs.

My personally favorite was "Chicago Cubs Batter Trying To Hit A Pinata":

Thursday, June 14, 2012

Bill Murray makes minor league rain delay more interesting

When actor Bill Murray isn't making movies or television shows, it appears that he is spending some of his time at minor league baseball games.

Recently, Murray took in a Charleston RiverDogs game as the co-owner of the team and decided to show off his rain delay theater antics.

Watch as Murray takes a quick jaunt around the tarp and eventually ends his run with a nice slide to a cheering crowd:

Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Mike Tyson sings epic song about Lebron James

We all know that former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson is man who likes to sing and last night on Jimmy Kimmel Live "Game Time", he sung a ballad about Miami Heat star Lebron James.

It is only a little bit longer than one minute but it might be the greatest song ever written about Lebron James.

Okay, maybe not the best but still top three of all-time:

NBA fan freaks out over channel being changed during NBA Finals

We all know that sports fans tend to get a little bit engrossed when watching sporting events and the below video proves that you never change the channel ever.

Watch as this fan attempts to watch game one of the 2012 NBA Finals between the Oklahoma City Thunder and Miami Heat.

During his watching, someone (Girlfriend/Wife/Sister?) decides to play a good old fashion prank on him by changing the channel during play and causing him to freak out:

Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Martin Prado falls down during at-bat against Toronto

Over the weekend, Atlanta Braves infielder Martin Prado had a rather forgettable moment against the Toronto Blue Jays.

Prado was facing Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Ricky Romero and with the count 0-1, Prado misjudged the pitch thrown to him and swung too early.

For Prado, the swing was so hard that it knocked him to the ground:

Monday, June 11, 2012

Euro 2012: Spanish supporters attack a news man, French Fan falls asleep

The favored-to-win Spain’s frustrating start to Euro 2012 may have the players grumbling (especially about the field conditions in their 1-1 tie against Italy), but the Spanish fans seem to be in good spirits. Seen here fighting for air time on Polish TV, taking out multiple Italian fans as well as attacking the Polish anchor covering the game. 


 On the other end of the spectrum, it seems that this French fan who apparently couldn't stay awake for the France vs. Britain game. 

And most bizarrely, a blue man/alien showed up for the Sweden vs. Ukraine game:

Red Auerbach Anti-Flopping PSA

In honor of the NBA Finals starting tomorrow, I thought it would be a good time to post this old, yet timeless video, brought by legendary coach Red Auerbach. The outfits, the distain for “Hollywood”, the utter earnestness of Mike Riordan when he admits to flopping—this video has everything. So take note (I’m looking at you James and Fisher!) And yes, I am fully aware how this would have been 20% more relevant if Ginobili was in the finals.

Scotland rugby players celebrate upset by head-butting each other

I'll be honest, I'm not the biggest fan of rugby and Scotland's upset win over Australia last Monday night wasn't something that I would have known unless the below incident happened.

Watch as Scottish teammates Alasdair Strokosch and Joe Ansbro celebrate a late free kick by Greg Laidlaw which accidentally caused them to butt heads.

Both players were bloodied but okay:

Sunday, June 10, 2012

It's time for the Miami Heat locker room dance party!

The Miami Heat are moving onto the 2012 NBA Finals to face the Oklahoma City Thunder and it appears that team's victory celebration was worth the wait.

Watch as a camera in the Heat locker room catches Chris Bosh, Dwayne Wade, Ronny Turiaf and a group of others dancing it out and showing off their moves.

Sadly for Lebron James, he ended up showing late to the party but still got a few quick dance moves in:

Charles Barkley tries to hit a softball, fails miserably

Just when you thought that Charles Barkley had run out of ways to embarrass himself, he found a new way to do so.

Charles is never a person to back down from a challenge and he accepted one for USA softball pitcher Michelle Smith.

Michelle challenged Charles to stand in the batter's box and attempt to hit a pitch off of her. As you may figure, Charles doesn't even come close at hitting an actual ball but he does hit a grapefruit:

Saturday, June 9, 2012

Usain Bolt runs into flower girl after Diamond League race

As we near the 2012 Summer Olympics, sprinter Usain Bolt was in Oslo, Norway for the 2012 Samsung Diamond League competition.

Bolt ran in the 100-meter race and eventually claimed the victory at a final time of 9.79 seconds. As Usain was pulling up, a flower girl was attempting to hand him a bouquet of flowers.

Sadly, Usain didn't see her at first and collided with her. However, Bolt was able to catch her before she fell right on her behind on the track:

Friday, June 8, 2012

Celtics fan hits Dwayne Wade in the face with basketball

Just when you thought that you had seen it all in the 2012 NBA playoffs, a Boston Celtics fan decided to exact some revenge against Miami Heat star Dwayne Wade.

In the first quarter of play in game six between the Celtics/Heat, Wade loses the ball out of bounds as it goes into the seats.

The fan who caught the ball decides to return it play but not before taking aim at Dwayne Wade's face:

The Phillie Phanatic dances with Paula Abdul

Yesterday in Philadelphia, a former Laker girl teamed up with the Philly Phanatic to bring down the house with some dancing.

X-Factor judge/singer Paula Abdul made appearance at Citizen Bank Park as the Philadelphia Phillies took on the Los Angeles Dodgers.

She decided to help out the mascot with his dance moves and got the chance to ride in the sunset with him on his ATV:

Thursday, June 7, 2012

"Leave Lebron James Alone" parody is pretty funny

If the Miami Heat do not win game six tonight against the Boston Celtics, star Lebron James will continue to be questioned by critics if he'll ever be able to claim an NBA title in his career.

One YouTube video has come to light of one fan who just wants us to leave Lebron James alone. The video creator is Douglas Araujo and it parodies the infamous Chris Crocker video telling the world to leave Britney Spears alone.

I'll let the video do the rest of talking but be forewarned that there is a lot of crying in this clip:

Conan O'Brien mocks NBA playoff press conference fashion (Video)

During this year's NBA playoffs, the postgame press conferences have been a must see event as some stars have worn some of the most strange/outrageous outfits ever seen.

Late night talk show host Conan O'Brien got a chance to mock some of these fashion statements in this comedy sketch called, "More Interesting NBA Press Conference Fashion"

To be fair, Russell Westbrook could have been the entire first half of the video:

Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Kevin Garnett pulls Mickael Pietrus into Boston Celtics huddle

Nearing the end of last night's NBA Eastern Conference Finals game five between the Boston Celtics and the Miami Heat, Boston reserve Mickael Pietrus wasn't paying attention to coach Doc Rivers in a late-game huddle.

Pietrus seems to be concerned with something on the other side of the court until Celtics teammate Kevin Garnett decides to grab him and pull him into the huddle.

Seconds later, Pietrus strays again and Garnett pulls him back in:

Chicago White Sox draft pick Courtney Hawkins does backflip after getting drafted

Back on Monday, the Chicago White Sox picked Courtney Hawkins in the first round of the 2012 MLB Draft with the 13th selection.

Hawkins is a high school outfielder from Texas and showed off his athletic ability during an interview with MLB Network's Sam Ryan.

Before the interview, Hawkins told Ryan that he was so excited that he could do a back flip and as you may figure, Ryan asked him to do one before asking any questions. Courtney didn't back down from the challenge and put together a perfect 10 back flip:

Somewhere, White Sox general manager Kenny Williams probably lost consciousness for a few minutes.

(Courtesy of Rant Sports)

Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Seattle Mariners outfielder Michael Saunders gets hit the face with fly ball

Last Friday night, Seattle Mariners center fielder Michael Saunders had one of those moments that you'd like to forget about.

In the eighth inning of the game, Saunders attempted to catch a fly ball from Chicago's Paul Konerko but had some issues trying to judge where the ball was.

Due to those issues, Saunders was unable to make the play and the ball decided to ricochet right off the left side of his face as he attempted to catch it.

Konerko ended up with a double due to Saunders blunder and the White Sox would rally to win that game, 7-4:

Monday, June 4, 2012

Fan runs onto field, fist bumps Nick Swisher in Detroit

Back on Sunday, the New York Yankees/Detroit Tigers game had an uninvited guest when a fan decided to run onto the field.

The fan decided to make himself known as he ran across the Comerica Park outfield until he was eventually caught by police.

However, the most notable moment of the clip comes at the start of it. The fan walks over to Yankees outfielder Nick Swisher and gives him a fist bump:

(Courtesy of NESN)

Sunday, June 3, 2012

Tennessee softball player gets hit in the helmet with ball

Currently, the College Softball World Series has started up and yesterday's Oregon/Tennessee match-up provided us with this moment.

Watch as Oregon's Kelsey Chambers attempts to turn a double play but accidentally throws the ball right in the face of Tennessee base runner Lauren Gibson.

Gibson would end up being okay but was called out for interfering with Oregon's attempt to turn the double play:

(Courtesy of Ebaum's World)

Saturday, June 2, 2012

Drunk woman has issues standing at Braves/Cardinals game

During most sporting events, you can usually spot the male/woman whose had a little bit too much to drink.

One YouTuber decided to document a woman at an Atlanta Braves/St. Louis Cardinals game in late March who had a little bit of issues trying to sit down.

The clip starts at the beginning of the fifth inning and shows the woman having some issues trying to sit down in her seat:

 (Courtesy of Sweater Punch)

Umpire bumps Brooks Conrad going for foul ball

After all the flak that some umpires take, it's not surprising to me that some have decided to take some revenge on the players/managers that they have to deal with.

During last night's Brewers/Pirates game, Milwaukee's Brooks Conrad was trying to track down a fly ball hit by Kevin Correia.

At first look, it appears that Conrad accidentally trips on his own and falls to the ground. However, if you review the tape, umpire Gerry Davis gave him a little bump:

Friday, June 1, 2012

Tampa Bay Rays fan loses shorts trying to catch foul ball

One thing that I do know about Major League Baseball fans is that they will pretty much do anything in trying to catch a foul ball.

Back on Wednesday, one fan in Tampa Bay did his best to track down a foul ball hit by Rays catch Jose Molina that had been hit near his seat.

Sadly for the fan, he didn't come up with the baseball but what went down was the more interesting part of the story. As he was composing himself, his shorts came us and provided us with this moment:

Cincinnati Reds grounds crew member does the YMCA

We all know that people need to unwind a little bit at baseball games and sometimes even members of your favorite teams grounds crew need to dance it out to release some of that pent-up energy during that is stored during the game.

Check out the below clip of one member of the Cincinnati Reds grounds crew breaking it down to the YMCA and showing off some of his sweet moves for a cheering crowd.

I think he might be able the next contestant on America's Next Dance Crew, wouldn't you agree?

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