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When LeBron James watches his son play basketball, he doesn't act like a four-time NBA Most Valuable Player. He acts like a typical dad.

The Cleveland Cavaliers superstar was in Lexington, Kentucky, to watch LeBron James Jr. play an AAU game. The elder James did his best to support his son from his courtside seat and celebrated with him after the game.

Kentucky coach John Calipari was also in attendance.

[WKYT, h/t Ohio.com]

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The Arizona Diamondbacks held Star Wars Day at Chase Field on Sunday, and the fans weren't the only ones getting in on the action. The Diamondbacks broadcasters had some fun with the theme by dressing up as characters for their opening segment.

Check out Steve Berthiaume and Bob Brenly's pregame bit:

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Washington Nationals star Bryce Harper may have had the most embarrassing moment of his young career on Sunday.

Harper led off the sixth inning of the Nationals' game against the Milwaukee Brewers with a walk. 

After Harper took a decent lead off first base, Brewers pitcher Yovani Gallardo threw over to first baseman Mark Reynolds. Harper's dive back to the bag came up a bit short.

Harper's dive is reminiscent of one done by Willie Mays Hayes, minus the colorful gesture:

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Snagging a foul ball while holding a kid isn't easy, but nobody made it look easier than a fan at the San Francisco Giants-Miami Marlins game on Sunday.

In the bottom of the fourth inning, the Marlins' Adeiny Hechavarria hit a foul ball down the third-base line. After it took a hop on the field, the man was able to use his one free hand to snatch it out of the air.

That's a pretty slick grab by the Marlins fan.


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Cleveland Indians pitcher Zach McAllister's rough season may have hit rock bottom on Saturday night.

With Detroit Tigers outfielder Torii Hunter on first and Don Kelly up in the second inning, something happened during McAllister's delivery that caused him to not fire the ball to the plate. Instead of just holding on to the ball and taking the balk, the right-hander let go of the ball. That led to a pretty terrible pitch.

Seeing as how McAllister let go of the ball, it was a ruled a ball and Hunter advanced to second base on the wild pitch. The pitcher was at least able to get a laugh out of the blooper.

To make matters worse, McAllister had trouble finding the strike zone the rest of the inning. Hunter wound up scoring after three straight Tigers walked after Kelly flied out. It was the only run that McAllister allowed in 5.1 innings of work.

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Want to celebrate LeBron James' return to Northeast Ohio with a Cleveland Cavaliers replica home, away or alternate jersey?

Well, you can't. 

At least not right now, per ESPN's Darren Rovell:

So much for James' indecision serving as a jersey-sale deterrent.

Although he came to a definitive decision regarding which team he would continue his career with, James has taken to social media for help with his jersey number:


Rory McIlroy was a popular man at Royal Liverpool after winning the 2014 British Open at Hoylake—until he mentioned football.

McIlroy is a well-known Manchester United fan. 

In most of the world, a line about his football team would have gone by without a reaction.   

But then Liverpool isn't most of the world, so the crowd gave him a (friendly, we think) boo for mentioning the Red Devils as he held the Claret Jug.  

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Andre Drummond is a rising star in the NBA, but when he tests his skills at the bowling alley, things don't go so well.

The Detroit Pistons center created a hilarious Vine to show why basketball players may not be the best bowlers. 

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Inspired by one infamous night, the Charleston RiverDogs (the Single-A affiliate of the New York Yankees) hosted "Disco Demolition 2: You Better Belieb It" Saturday night.

Why "2," you ask?

On July 12, 1979, the Chicago White Sox held Disco Demolition Night at Comiskey Park. Bill Veeck, who owned the White Sox at the time, was known for his wild promotions, and Disco Demolition Night may have been his most notable one.

Fans brought disco albums to blow up to a doubleheader between the White Sox and Detroit Tigers. Things got a bit out of hand when the demolition began after the first game, and the second game was eventually forfeited after the explosion and rowdy fans ruined the field.

"Disco Demolition 2" was driven by the team's dislike for Justin Bieber and Miley Cyrus. RiverDogs general manager Dave Echols, via the team's official website, added:

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The Boston Celtics are one of the NBA's most iconic franchises, and now, they are looking to expand their brand even more.

The team's current logo was designed by Red Auerbach's brother, Zang, in the early 1950s. 

Boston's made a few tweaks to the classic look in order to create the alternate logo, which features the silhouette of Lucky the leprechaun with a green background around it.

Does the team believe that fans will accept the alternate logo?