The man who snatched this poor defender’s soul is Angelo Sharpless who is actually a former Harlem Globetrotter, and we have no issues believing that.
The folks from Legendary Shots have pieced together one of the more impressive trick shot videos you will ever see. Check out the video which integrates a water hoverboard and some trick shots which would be nearly impossible to make even on solid ground.
REPOST MY VIDEO A video posted by PROFESSIONAL ART WORK (@shallo_tattoo_kiing) on Apr 1, 2015 at 6:21pm PDT According to Complex, the young man who made these cops look silly is one Samir Hill of Philadelphia, a 21-year-old former high school player from Overbrook High. These videos show that Hill hasn’t lost a step. In
Much-deserved welcome home for one of the best @FightingIrish teams you'll ever see. Thanks, @NDmbb. pic.twitter.com/ET6mvODLlJ — Josh Flynt (@jflyntnd518) March 29, 2015 Notre Dame men’s basketball team fought hard against unbeaten Kentucky in the Elite Eight, but at the end of the day they fell just short.
Know your limits. Unless you have the utmost level of confidence that you can both leap over a car and simultaneously dunk a basketball, do not try it.
Although most fans are wildly entertained by brawls, they can often result in alarming situations, especially for the youngsters that are legitimately scared for their life.
The men’s Kentucky basketball team finished their regular season on Saturday with a 67-50 victory over Florida, and it capped off a perfect 31-0 record.
Court awareness. Every good player must have good court awareness.
Northern Illinois’ Pete Rakocevic had a fairly large dunk on Saturday night and the force took down an entire hoop. During the process of the hoop collapsing Central Michigan forward John Simons somehow escaped serious injury with a quick reaction.
The sports world has seen commendable, catastrophic and borderline pathetic attempts at the National Anthem but it has never seen something like this.
Sometimes the Basketball Gods just hate you, as was the case at a recent 8th-grade game in Kansas City. Riley County led Rock Creek 26-25 in the closing seconds when a Rock Creek player threw up a running lob that appeared destined for the bottom of net. Then this happened: [FOX Sports]
Rutgers guard Myles Mack’s teardrop did not go exactly as planned. The senior appeared to have an easy lay-in before he elected for a bizarre transition teardrop shot. The result was something you’d see from a 5th-grader trying to impress his cute Valentine’s date in the stands. In unrelated news, Rutgers is 2-10 in the