Hanukkah's almost over. Bring your celebration to the most awkward end possible, by playing this nonstop. It's the Houston Rockets singing 'Dreidel, Dreidel, Dreidel,' courtesy of our friends at Dumb as a Blog. Real
Zach Hodskins, a 6'2 Junior for Milton High School in Georgia, was born with just one arm. That didn't stop him from becoming an insanely good basketball player. His highlight reel shows he can do just about anything on the court
We're not positive what just happened but we are absolutely elated that it did. Coming in as the basketball shot heard around the world, this guy makes Shaq's abhorrent excuse for a free throw look like a game-winning miracle.
I don't pride myself on being overly athletic. I don't participate in many sports. I don't even watch sports very often. It's not that i'm uncoordinated, i'm just apathetic towards being athletic, so I may not have much room to talk. But after watching this, I feel like Micheal Jordan.
March Madness isn’t just a branding term that applies to a basketball tournament. It also clearly applies to NCAA fans. These college basketball enthusiasts get very emotionally involved in the annual battle on the boards, even when they’re undergoing dialysis treatments.
When the final buzzer rang out, and the final bead of sweat dripped down their foreheads, the NC Mustangs left their hearts on the court. They lost to the Gillette Camels in an excellent game, but they won the hearts of the fans in attendance. Both teams played their respective hearts out, with each player looking to make an impression on each other.
As State Basketball kicks off, the NC girls continue to remain undefeated, as they picked off Cheyenne East with relative ease, beating them 64-36. Despite the score, it was a hard fought win, and the Cheyenne East girls have nothing t
The White House has announced that President Obama, a well-known basketball afficionado, will attend a Veteran’s Day college game onboard the USS Carl Vinson — the aircraft carrier that buried Osama bin Laden at sea.
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