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. Really it's more like attempting to sing...
If you find mastering basketball difficult, how about doing it with one arm? This high school student -- who was born with only one upper limb -- certainly hasn't let his setback stop him from excelling in the sport. And after showing his skills on the court, he is getting some well-deserved praise.
Some basketball players like Shaq and John Salley have shown their musical prowesses off the court, or even made a second career out of their vocal skills (or lack thereof). But, at other times, NBA players without any vocal abilities have dipped their toes into the waters of the music world thanks to cameos in music videos.
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.
We never get tired of watching families reunite after long tours of duty in the military. Watch what happens when this Marine returns from Afghanistan and surprises his little brother with a public reunion in front of his B-ball buddies.
One would think basketball would pose particular challenges for Ryan Leonard, since he was born without any arms. It turns out — as you can see in this video — that Leonard has no problem hitting a difficult half court shot.
This is the most wholesome blooper reel we've ever seen. There's no cursing or violence. It's almost less of a blooper reel and more of a "look, basketball players can make friendly jokes" reel. I mean, nobody even hits their head on a door frame, which we secretly assumed happened to basketball players all the time.
Laylan is a 20-year-old Iraqi native who's also the star player of an all-female basketball team she started. That fact alone may not seem like much to a lot of us in America, but to the people of the country who are still suffering through gender inequality, it's a huge deal.
In a promotional video released by Nike for its Hyperdunk shoes, the sporting goods giant hired slam dunk specialist Jus Fly to show us the many awesome ways to dunk a basketball. And it can't get any more awesome than this move!
Former Chicago Bulls announcer Ray Clay, who worked for the team for 12-and-a-half seasons, uses his impressive vocal talents to introduce a wedding party at a reception held in Estes Park, Colorado in this awesome wedding video. We're so jealous! All we had at our wedding was a crummy DJ.
The post-game press conferences during the NBA playoffs have always been a bit of a fashion show. But this year players like LeBron James, Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook have been really taking things up a notch by making some pretty wild clothing choices that often blend hip-hop and hipster. The folks at 'Conan' have noticed this somewhat bizarre trend, and they had a little fun with it.
When we last checked in on the Miami Heat they were getting words of encouragement from the home crowd after they suffered a surprising defeat to the Boston Celtics in Game Five of the Eastern Conference finals.
They got a better result last night, returning the favor by beating the Celtics on their home court and forcing a Game Seven. However, Miami's interactions with the crowd at the Boston Gar
After the Miami Heat's surprise home loss to the Boston Celtics in Game Five of the Eastern Conference Finals, Lebron and company were walking off the court dejected. As they made their way through the tunnel, a young fan began yelling at them words of encouragement. 'Good job, good effort," the boy said, repeatedly. Check it out.
With numerous covers of Carly Rae Jepsen's inescapable hit 'Call Me Maybe' already on the internet, sometimes viral hits like the Harvard baseball team cover video give the unlikeliest of people the courage to make one of their own. In this case, the staff at the famous Staples Center in Los Angeles.