Trick plays are often the most fun moments in a sports game.
They inject a cool, exciting freshness and make fans think, "Wow, how did they do that!"
From fake snaps by middle schoolers to outrageous catches in the pro leagues, tricks will continue to wow us forever.
Here is a list of the greatest trick plays in sports.
Pop Warner Little Scholars' players may be young, but this kid sure can act.
Maybe if football doesn't pan out, he has a future in Hollywood!
Is it just me, or was pro football more fun and happy-go-lucky back in the 1970s?
It's simply hilarious watching the whole Arkansas Razorbacks team chasing down a player who doesn't even have the ball.
Feels just like Arkansas' rivalry with the Alabama Crimson Tide, doesn't it?
A powerful example of Carlos Boozer's finest Chicago Bulls defense against the Washington Wizards in 2003. Cheer up, Bulls fans!
Lacrosse is the most fun, unwatched sport in America.
Maybe if more fans see the clever, sneaky pass-off play, they will give the game a try.
We've all seen this tried on the playground, but only Kobe would have the cojones to try it in a real NBA game.
The New Orleans Saints nearly won this game with a miracle series of laterals for a touchdown.
Even more amazing: John Carney actually missed the extra point and the Saints lost the game.
Is it chance that Federer's career resurgence began soon after making this shot against Novak Djokovic?
Ranked no. 28 on ESPN's "Top 30 Plays of the Last 30 Years" list...and with good reason.
How often do you see an offensive lineman rumble down the field for a critical touchdown?
Baseball isn't known for its trick plays, but this is a classic.
The pitcher actually makes the entire stadium think he has thrown the ball then sprints (and how many pitchers sprint, let's be honest) and tags the player out.
The lateral is gimmicky to begin with, but how can you actually manage 15 lateral passes and still win the game?
Please, Andy Reid, don't give it a try. It was a one-time thing.
As a Bears fan, this is an all-time personal favorite.
The lesson, as always: never kick to Devin Hester!
This video pleases everyone: You can put it on SportsCenter because of Boise State's awesome trick plays or on Lifetime Network because running back Ian Johnson proposed at the end of the game.
Was this what Mickelson was trying to accomplish at Winged Foot?
I had no idea this move was legal until I watched the video.
Many fans from below the Ohio River do consider this an act of God.
It may be no fun anymore, but when it was first unleashed, the Wildcat was the coolest play in sports.
They may be half your size, but those middle school kids know how to trick you on a football field.
Driscoll's team planned the trick perfectly, sauntering up to the play and then suddenly protecting its quarterback as he sprints to the end zone.
In the best moment of his career, before he was overpaid by Washington Redskins owner Dan Snyder and settled for mediocrity, Antwaan Randel-El launched this bomb strike to Hines Ward to win Super Bowl XL.
Definitely something to tell the grandkids.
Sean Payton's decision to make an onside kick against the Indianapolis Colts remains the gutsiest call I have ever seen an NFL coach make in a Super Bowl.
The fact that it actually worked and basically won the Saints the game sealed Payton's status as one of the game's best coaches.