20 Court-Storming Fails

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20 Court-Storming Fails
Brian Losness-USA TODAY Sports

Rushing the court is like baking a birthday cake.

You need the proper ingredients, climate and timing to do this thing right.

Not enough people in your court-rush? That's like running out of flour. You told everyone you were making a cake and showed up with a birthday muffin.

Is the win a ridiculous upset? If not, you're baking with match sticks. You need a victory over a top-ranked team to generate the heat necessary for a rush. 

Most important of all is timing. If someone in the crowd has time to ask, "Are we going to rush?"—nope. That's like blowing out the candles a day early. You're doing it wrong and getting ahead of yourself.

As someone who's stormed a court before, I understand why it happens. I was shoved down a staircase in a rush to the hardwood, and I was grateful just to be there. 

There is a right way to rush a court/field—a recipe to be followed. The following are fan bases and players who didn't do the cooking by the book.

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