Campbellsville University's Eric Gaines threw down an authoritative one-handed slam against Lindenwood University.
The dancing fan after the timeout is what really ties the clip together.
After more than six years away from WWE, "The Immortal" Hulk Hogan is officially back with the company that facilitated his meteoric rise three decades ago.
Hogan appeared at the very beginning of Monday's episode of Raw in a move that was announced on Feb. 21. The WWE's Twitter account welcomed him back with a YouTube video of his entrance song:
According to WWE.com, Hogan's first official role with the company will be hosting WrestleMania XXX in New Orleans.
WWE shared a photo of Hogan arriving with Jimmy Hart on its Instagram account:
Update: Tuesday, Feb. 25 at 7:45 p.m. by Joe Flynn
It would appear that the Collins' marketability is already translating into sales. Per The Wall Street Journal's Alex Raskin:
Seth Berkman of the New York Times reported Monday on the tidal wave of demand for everything Jason Collins:
Miami Heat superstar Dwyane Wade thinks his autograph is worth a lot of money.
Two years after receiving a McLaren MP4-12C from a Florida car dealership called The Collection for his 30th birthday, Wade is selling the vehicle for more than three times its value.
A brand new version of the vehicle is worth $239,000, but Wade's asking price is $799,000 due to the autographed seat and "Wade Limited Edition" badges.
The craziest part of all? It likely will sell pretty easily.
Josh Rosen, the top quarterback recruit in the country, is inching closer to making his decision.
Rosen—a 6'4", 205-pound right-hander from Bellflower, Calif.—boasts a host of offers, including UCLA, California, Texas and Florida State, but is perceived to be leaning toward UCLA. His 247Sports Crystal Ball is 89 percent in favor of the Bruins.
UCLA is set at quarterback going into the 2014 season with Heisman Trophy candidate Brett Hundley returning for his redshirt junior season. However, it is likely he'll head to the NFL next spring.
No, the Miami Heat have not come close to challenging the NBA's single-season record for most wins in a season during the Big Three era. However, you can't say they haven't been consistent.
Despite swapping out role players and dealing with injuries throughout the past four seasons, the Heat have put up identical 39-14 records through the first 53 games of each season since LeBron James and Chris Bosh came to town.
The good news? Miami has made it to the NBA Finals in each of the first three seasons of the Big Three era and won two championships.
Here are Miami's win totals since the 2010-11 season to the 2012-2013 campaign: 58, 46 (lockout) and 66. The Heat would have to go 26-2 the rest of the way to tie last season's mark.
Cramming "Super Bowl XLVIII" onto a license plate would be quite clunky, even if it were possible. One couple found a creative way to boast about the Seattle Seahawks' dominating 43-8 win over the Denver Broncos in the Super Bowl on Feb. 2.
Erin Andrews is headed back to the popular ABC show Dancing with the Stars. But instead of reprising her role as a contestant, twirling, whirling and mamboing on a weekly basis, she will be hosting the show alongside Tom Bergeron.
The news came as you can expect, via Twitter. The Fox Sports reporter retweeted confirmation after Good Morning America let the world in on the surprise twist for Season 18 of the hit show:
It seemed as though some were already in the know over the weekend. The Big Lead's Jason McIntyre reported on Feb. 22 that Andrews would be taking over for Brooke Burke on the show.
The 35-year-old, who currently hosts FOX College Football and holds various reporting duties for Fox Sports, is headed to ABC to greet celebrities as they show off their dancing chops.
Defensive lineman Louis Nix III is looking to make a good impression at the NFL Scouting Combine, but he was involved in one of the more comical moments of the showcase.
The former Notre Dame standout had some trouble sticking the landing of the broad jump:
The 6'2", 331-pounder had to do it five times before finally completing it.
Luckily for Nix, he won't have to do this during games.