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Parking a Lamborghini on the street can be risky, so it's best to do as much as possible to protect it.

The Lamborghini in the photo above reportedly belongs to Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch. The man who tweeted out the photo said that Lynch is in Oakland to shoot a film.

Update: July 23 at 11 a.m. ET

It looks like it was indeed Lynch's car:

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One particularly ponderous San Francisco 49ers fan is in the market for a fresh set of ankles after challenging Blitz, the Seattle Seahawks mascot, to a one-on-one coverage competition.

Garbed in his finest hoodie and sweatpants, the fan lined up opposite the giant bird-man and soon found himself adorning the pavement outside CenturyLink Field.

NextImpulseSports’ John Ferensen writes that the 49ers bro was one of many fans who showed up at the stadium to buy single-game Seahawks tickets on Monday morning.

Judging by the agonizing vertical video of the occasion, Blitz decided to entertain the crowd by challenging 49ers Bro to route-running.

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Nick Johnson is making a habit of throwing down high-flying dunks. 

During the first half of the NBA Summer League title game between Johnson's Houston Rockets and the Sacramento Kings, Donatas Motiejunas found Johnson cutting on the baseline and threw him an alley-oop. Johnson skied high to throw down an impressive reverse dunk. 

Here is another angle: 

If Nick Johnson keeps this up, we might see him in the NBA dunk contest soon. 

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Atlanta Braves shortstop Andrelton Simmons showed off his Gold Glove defense with an impressive display of quickness and change of direction.

In the fourth inning of Monday's game against the Miami Marlins, Miami put on the hit-and-run, so Simmons moved over toward second base to cover the bag. Jordany Valdespin put the ball in play, and that's when Simmons worked his magic. 

Simmons made one of the hardest plays in baseball look easy, reaching back across his body to snag the grounder and laying out to get the force out. 

If he keeps this up, Simmons has many more Gold Gloves in his future. 

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Texas Tech head coach Kliff Kingsbury has a reputation for being one of the best-looking and best-dressed coaches in college football. He recently garnered some attention on Twitter when he showed off a Breitling Mulliner Tourbillon model watch, which retails for more than $100,000.

The folks at Deadspin, with the help of a tipster, discovered that Kingsbury's watch looks very similar to the fake Breitlings that sell on the Internet for about $100. Some informed watch enthusiasts from the forum BreitlingSource.com confirmed the claim, calling the timepiece an obvious fake.

Although slightly embarrassing, Kingsbury has at least saved himself a lot of money if the watch is indeed a fake.

[Deadspin]

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Vine user Bercules knows his way around a baseball bat, bringing us what are likely the best baseball trick videos we've ever seen (albeit a small sample size). 

With the release of his fourth trick video, you can check out what all of them look like blended together in one truly dizzying compilation video.

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Ten years ago today, Manny Ramirez made sure that the phrase "Manny being Manny" would never be forgotten.

On July 21, 2004, the Baltimore Orioles' David Newhan hit a ball to deep center. Boston Red Sox outfielder Johnny Damon was unable to catch the ball and ended up having to chase it down after it bounced away from him. Once he picked the ball up, he threw it toward the infield.

The ball never made it there.

For some reason, Ramirez dove to cut the ball off. That allowed Newhan to keep on cruising around the bases for a two-run, inside-the-park home run.

That's just Manny being Manny.

Baltimore wound up winning the game 10-5, but everyone will remember that as the day Ramirez turned into a cutoff man.

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Funny what you can do with facial hair.

Because he is going to the Colorado Rockies-Washington Nationals game on Wednesday, this man wanted to do something special with his beard. With a little bit of coloring, he created the Nationals logo 

Update: July 23 at 5 p.m. ET

Check out the Nationals fan at Coors Field on Wednesday:

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In one of the more ridiculous stories from the weekend, it would appear Tennessee Titans rookie quarterback and former LSU Tigers star Zach Mettenberger was sucker-punched by a man while hanging out at a bar in downtown Nashville, Tennessee. 

Titans beat writer Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean reports that Mettenberger was at Losers Most Wanted Bar & Grill on Saturday night when one man yelled “Roll Tide!” and another punched the Titans quarterback in the face. 

The bar’s owner, Steve Ford, maintains that Mettenburger did nothing to instigate the attack. 

“Here’s the truth,” Ford said. “The guy said something about ‘Roll Tide!’ to Zach, and Zach turned around and said ‘Good luck with that.’ And the guy’s buddy then sucker-punched Zach.” 

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Verne Troyer, 45, the actor best known for his role as Mini-Me in the Austin Powers movie franchise, stands at 2'8". 

Retired three-time All-Pro defensive end Ed "Too Tall" Jones, 63, has a height that corresponds with his nickname. He's a whopping 6'9".

When the two got together over the weekend for the Starkey Hearing Foundation's "So the World May Hear" gala at the RiverCentre in Saint Paul, Minnesota, the photo op was just priceless.

According to Aimee Blanchette of the Star Tribune, "The annual Midwest fete helps raise upward of $7 million for the foundation, which distributes hearing aids to kids around the world."