Ripon High School was taking on Laconia to grab the regional title.
As time was expiring, Ben Vander Plas drained a fadeaway three-point shot with 3.6 seconds left, helping Ripon win the game. Understandably, the crowd went nuts.
Rapper 50 Cent took in Friday's Golden State Warriors vs. New York Knicks game at Madison Square Garden, and it appears he had some not so nice words to say to his former business partner Steve Stoute.
Iyana Robertson of Vibe shares the details:
While it's unclear what the two were discussing at the game, Stoute said in a recent interview that he thought 50 Cent was ungrateful for the Reebok shoe deal he helped him get.
50 Cent commented on the incident with a video on his YouTube channel titled "When Talking S--t Goes Wrong" (NSFW).
Lionel Messi may not be the reigning Ballon d'Or winner anymore, but it's safe to say he's still got some skills. One of those skills is his propensity to score absolutely brilliant free kicks, and he had one of those on Sunday night vs. Almeria.
The brilliant Barcelona forward hit a curling effort from about 30 yards out, and Almeria keeper Suarez Esteban was powerless to stop it. It was his 230th La Liga goal, just 22 behind all-time record holder Telmo Zarra. Here's a gif of the strike:
And here it is again highlighting the ball's trajectory:
Take a bow, Lionel.
It's the NFL offseason, and for most active players, that means intense physical training and/or injury rehabilitation.
Chris and Kyle Long make up what some might see as a modern-day football dynasty. St. Louis Rams defensive end Chris was the No. 2 overall pick in the 2008 NFL draft, and Chicago Bears offensive guard Kyle was the No. 20 overall pick in 2013. Both are sons of Hall of Fame defensive end Howie Long.
Kyle Long posted this video to his Instagram account of the brothers racing up a hill.
As a bonus, here's a GIF from the 2013 NFL season when big brother Chris came darting in from the sideline to keep his bro out of trouble.
Bryant has appeared in only six games this season, but his sick, twisted and vindictive competitive spirit remains intact.
Does that read like a player demoralized by his current situation?
We've seen players run into the crowd countless times when trying to chase down a loose ball, but it's not often that we see a player have to run through the crowd to get back into the game.
During the matchup between the Chicago Bulls and New York Knicks on Sunday, Chicago's Jimmy Butler was able to save a loose ball to give his team possession. However, he ended up way too deep in the crowd and had to run behind the entire first row before jumping over some seats to get back into the game.
The Philadelphia 76ers retired Iverson's No. 3 jersey Saturday night against the Washington Wizards, drawing responses from plenty of current players who are still enraptured by the 6'0" sensation (h/t Beyond the Buzzer).
Among them was LeBron James, who used Instagram to show how much of an inspiration Iverson was to him:
In the caption of that photo, James revealed that Iverson is the reason he has tattoos and wears a sleeve and headband. So, you know, wow.
Los Angeles Clippers power forward Glen Davis was not happy with a certain call during Saturday night's game against the New Orleans Pelicans.
After a ball appeared to hit Greg Stiemsma of the Pelicans before it went out of bounds, the referee awarded New Orleans the ball.
The 41-20 Clippers won 108-76, and new acquisition Big Baby finished with five points, three rebounds and one assist in 14 minutes.
The Miami Heat videobomb squad strikes once again.
The 42-14 Heat defeated the 18-43 Magic 112-98 Saturday.
LeBron finished with 20 points, nine rebounds, seven assists and four steals on 8-of-12 shooting in 31 minutes.