Their latest highlight is one of their best, as they pulled off the coveted—and rare—off-the-backboard alley-oop against the Timberwolves on Saturday night. Wade didn't exactly make it easy on his MVP teammate, though, forcing LeBron to finish this one once his head was already all the way under the net.
Duke cornerback DeVon Edwards got stuck by not one, but two Florida State players on their way to a 12-yard touchdown run in the second quarter of the ACC Championship.
FSU running backs Karlos Williams was the ball-carrier who scored the touchdown and was helped by Devonta Freeman, who laid the huge block.
Here's another angle.
The fan went largely unnoticed until Chris Paul nearly ran into him while taking the ball up the floor:
Prior to getting escorted off the court by security during the Clippers' possession, the fan got close enough to touch Irving without forcing play to stop:
Here's another look:
And here's a shot of the fan "getting back on defense," courtesy of NBA.com's John Schuhmann:
With 4:28 remaining in the North Carolina Tar Heels' demolition of UNC Greensboro (whom they ultimately beat by a final score of 81-50), sophomore forward J.P. Tokoto got the ball right near the rim.
After rising for a dunk, Tokoto realized he could put a little extra power into it. He cocked back and treated Tar Heels fans to a thunderous slam.
Nick Marshall's athletic ability has been on full display this year, leading Auburn to a Southeastern Conference title and a 12-1 record.
He also shined on the hardwood at Wilcox County High School in Georgia, where he threw down some sick dunks:
He also could hit from beyond the arc:
This windmill dunk highlights just how special an athlete he is:
It's no wonder Marshall is making SEC defenders look silly on the gridiron.
No. 25 Texas couldn't get much going vs. No. 9 Baylor until the fourth quarter, when Longhorns QB Case McCoy made a play that will end up on his highlight reel.
When he was flushed out of the pocket to his left, he reversed field and tossed up a ball into the end zone. Luckily, Malcolm Brown was wide open and came down with the touchdown catch!
Here is another angle:
With the big play, the Longhorns cut Baylor's lead to 23-10 in the fourth quarter.
After No. 6 Kansas came back to tie the game at 72 in the final seconds, Colorado's Askia Booker grabbed the inbounds pass with 2.9 seconds left, took a few dribbles and drilled the game-winning three-pointer.
Here's a clip to hear what it sounded like live, via The Big Lead's Ryan Glasspiegel:
The junior had to make a nice move to get by a defender and get the shot off. The arena erupted once the ball went through the hoop, and the students stormed the court.
The Brooklyn Nets have been a near-constant source of comedy throughout the 2013-14 season.
Whether it's their inability to look even remotely competent, Jason Kidd's "coaching" on the sidelines (he's better at spilling drinks than drawing up plays) or the sadly humorous Kevin Garnett commercials, they've emerged as the NBA's premier laughingstock. All for the bargain price of like $682.4 million (approximately).
Someone was bound to take advantage of the opportunity, and someone has.
Following the news that assistant coach Lawrence Frank was reassigned so that he can produce daily reports, an anonymous genius has created a parody account that trolls the Nets in a scarily accurate way.
Renewing the Bedlam Series, Oklahoma and Oklahoma State squared off on Saturday with the Cowboys' hopes for a Big 12 Championship and BCS bowl on the line.
Down seven points late in the third quarter and facing a fourth down, Bob Stoops called for a fake field goal that worked to perfection. Holder Grant Bothun rolled out and found kicker Michael Hunnicutt for an eight-yard touchdown to tie the game at 17.
The Sooners went on to win 33-24, knocking the Cowboys out of the Big 12 title race.