College baseball has quickly become the best sport for video-bombing during interviews.
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Well, folks, the highlight of the sports broadcasting year is over. The 2013 Scripps National Spelling Bee has come to a close when Arvind Mahankali spelled the word "knaidel" correctly to win the best "sporting" event of the year.
So, this LeBron James character is pretty good, huh?
In an iconic photo that captured the true horror and heroism that occurred during last month's Boston Marathon bombings, Jeff Bauman was ushered away from the wreckage with his legs blown off by a cowboy hat-earing Carlos Arredondo.
Even if LeBron James fouling out with under a minute left seems to be the story of the game, Indiana forward Paul George's dunk was the highlight from last night's Heat-Pacers contest.
Cleveland Indians skipper Terry Francona was back in Boston over Memorial Day Weekend for the first time since his days as Red Sox manager ended two seasons ago.
Those slow, boring, fundamental Spurs are at it again.
Baltimore outfielder Nate McLouth made a great running catch that took him into the seats in Toronto in last night's Orioles-Blue Jays game.
The Los Angeles Angels hitters might be getting hot, but nobody was hotter at their game last night than a fan that ran onto the field.
So, this is revolting.
Well, we have ourselves another Tim Tebow defender, but this time it isn't some loudmouthed talking head on ESPN trying to cling to a job by being controversial.
The only remaining criticism regarding LeBron James seems to be his lack recent clutch shots in the playoffs.
Last night's Memphis-San Antonio game was a close overtime win for the veteran Spurs.
Mike Trout just keeps doing it.
In last night's NBA Draft Lottery, the Cleveland Cavaliers technically were the big winners, snagging the No. 1 overall draft pick.
Well, the previously lame fight between Tiger Woods and Sergio Garcia just took one big "Anchorman"-sized step up a notch with a racially-charged remark from Garcia.
Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant may be home for the rest of the playoffs, but that doesn't mean he lost his title as the most likable guy in the NBA.
It's a real good thing Alex Sanabia pitches for the Miami Marlins.
Tony Parker's stat line from yesterday's blowout victory over the Memphis Grizzlies read 20 points and nine assists, which is good but pretty unspectacular.