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.
Sports commentator and former soccer player Chris Kamara has a bit of a reputation for not really knowing what's going on, which makes sense when you watch this video of him not having any idea what's happening. He's at a soccer game, and has somehow failed to notice which player has been issued a red card and ejected from the game. Just a small detail.
To celebrate the birthday of a season ticket holder, Bear, the Utah Jazz's mascot, made his way to the upper deck of Energy Solutions arena to present a cake.
But Bear's coordination failed him during the exchange, and he dropped the candlelit cake onto the fans in the level below. Oh, Bear. You scamp!
In the signature play of West Virginia's 70 to 33 thrashing of Clemson in this year's Orange Bowl, Mountaineer safety Darwin Cook returned a fumble 99-yards for a touchdown.
After he crossed the goal line for the score, Cook spotted Obie, the Orange Bowl mascot, cheering in the back of the endzone and delivered to the oversized fruit what wresting fans would identify as a flying clothesline.
When Utah Jazz guard Devin Harris went flying into the stands in an attempt to save the ball from going out bounds during his team's game at the Los Angeles Lakers Tuesday night, he ended up inadvertently sticking his feet in the faces of two spectators.
After scoring a touchdown in his team's 31-14 romp of the Philadelphia Eagles, Seattle Seahawk running back Marshawn Lynch was spotted by NFL Network cameras being rewarded for his effort with some Skittles.
You know what they say hockey, it's all fun and games until somebody decides to hug someone on the other team. In a sport where any reason is generally enough reason for opposing players to come to blows, this video illustrates that spontaneous displays of affection are not immune.
A cameraman ambitiously trying to record Texas Ranger Adrian Beltre circle the bases after a home run fell down on top of his equipment.
His tumble was captured by another camera to the enjoyment of everyone watching at home.
During Wednesday night's playoff game between Philadelphia and St. Louis, a squirrel ran right across home plate as Phillies hurler Roy Oswalt threw a pitch. Now the varmint has his own Twitter account with over 20,000 followers.
Check out the video that made him famous below: