1. European Basketball Game Pauses When Dog Walks onto Court

    An aspiring Air Bud interrupted a North Cyprus Basketball League game by entering the court. Whistles blew and the horn sounded during a free-throw attempt as the canine stumbled onto the scene...

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  2. Man Makes 'Crying Jordan' Uniform for Softball Team

    A man has turned "Crying Jordan," an internet meme used to mock someone after defeat, into a softball logo...

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  3. Kobe Bryant Recently Realized He Didn't Have NBA Cable Package

    Given how much Kobe Bryant lived and breathed basketball during his 20-year NBA career, it's easy to picture him still obsessing over the game in retirement...

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  4. Dad at Cavaliers-Hornets Game Shames Son's Grades with Sign

    A father attending Friday night's game between the Cleveland Cavaliers and Charlotte Hornets put his son on notice...

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  5. Florida's Chris Chiozza Shows Phone Full of Texts After Sweet 16 Buzzer-Beater

    Chris Chiozza produced the 2017 NCAA tournament's most memorable moment late Friday night, when his running buzzer-beater gave his Florida Gators a Sweet 16 victory over the Wisconsin Badgers...

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  6. Shaquille O'Neal Once Tipped $4,000 Because a Restaurant Server Asked

    Here's some advice for anyone serving Shaquille O'Neal in a restaurant: Ask for a big tip. The Big Aristotle appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live on Thursday to talk about a statue of his likeness being unveiled outside Staples Center...

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  7. B/R Looks Back at Dwyane Wade's Shining March Madness Moment with Marquette

    Before joining the NBA in 2003, Dwyane Wade used March Madness to gain national fame. In his second and final season in Marquette, the guard took the No. 3-seeded Golden Eagles to the Final Four...

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  8. Sports World Celebrates National Puppy Day on Social Media

    Everything gets a day now, and Thursday marked all dogs' turn to enjoy the spotlight with National Puppy Day. Sports often leads to derision on social media, but players, teams and leagues all came together to celebrate a rare common love...

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  9. Rob Gronkowski Hypes Up WWE's Mojo Rawley for WrestleMania

    Mojo Rawley may have found a new tag team partner in Rob Gronkowski . Few athletes are more energetic than the New England Patriots tight end, who went wild when WWE's camera caught him ringside during Tuesday's SmackDown Live...

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  10. Brook Lopez Says He's Pulling for Serge Ibaka If He Fights Robin Lopez Again

    People are expected to support family members through thick and thin. Brook Lopez , however, playfully refused to extend such loyalty to his brother Robin Lopez...

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  11. Minnesota High School Basketball Team Wins Playoff Game on Bizarre Buzzer-Beater

    A high school basketball team in Minnesota won a state tournament game with unintended help from its opponent. With the game tied at 50, No. 1 seed Champlin Park's McKinley Wright missed a jumper...

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  12. The Longest Home Runs in MLB History

    Hitting a baseball hundreds of feet is incredibly hard. Accurately measuring those moonshots isn't much easier...

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  13. Red Sox Minor League Club Plans to Make Tim Tebow Focus of Strikeout Giveaway

    Tim Tebow is not qualified to be a professional baseball player. At least his attempt to disguise himself as one may produce free Whoppers for minor league baseball fans in South Carolina...

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  14. Mario Lemieux Sends Letter, Signed Hockey Puck to Child in Hospital

    Mario Lemieux sent an unsolicited letter and signed hockey puck to a young girl hospitalized in Pittsburgh. Colin Dunlap, a radio host on Pittsburgh's 93...

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  15. Yadier Molina Throws Out Celebrating Jurickson Profar in WBC Semifinal

    Puerto Rico edged the Netherlands 4-3 in an intense 11-inning World Baseball Classic semifinal showdown Monday night...

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  16. Mets Minor Leaguer Pays Price for Parking in Jacob deGrom's Spot

    New York Mets minor leaguer Kevin Kaczmarski made the mistake of parking in a spot reserved for star pitcher Jacob deGrom ...

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  17. Raiders' Amari Cooper Buys His Mom a House and Car

    Oakland Raiders wide receiver Amari Cooper bought a house and car for his mother, Michelle Greene. "I grew up in the projects, we didn't even own a car," Cooper wrote on an Instagram post displaying the purchases...

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  18. Baylor vs. USC: Score and Twitter Reaction from March Madness 2017

    The Baylor Bears stopped the USC Trojans from earning their third come-from-behind win of the NCAA tournament, overcoming a second-half surge to secure a 82-78 round-of-32 victory...

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  19. B/R Reacts to Wisconsin's NCAA Tournament Upset Win over Villanova

    Wisconsin pulled off this year's biggest NCAA tournament upset yet by knocking out No. 1 seed Villanova on Saturday. The eighth-seeded Badgers advanced to the Sweet 16 with a 65-62 victory over the defending nationals champions...

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  20. The Hype: Giannis Antetokounmpo Redefines Basketball with Unique Skills

    Giannis Antetokounmpo merits many superlatives. Agile? Check. Swift? Definitely. Acrobatic? You bet. The 22-year-old All-Star leads the Milwaukee Bucks in points (23.1), assists (5...

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  21. Colin Kaepernick Helps Get Plane to Bring Food and Water to Somalia

    Colin Kaepernick helped secure a plane to send resources to the people of Somalia by raising awareness of the country's famine...

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  22. West Virginia's Esa Ahmad Throws Down Dunk After Nathan Adrian Saves Loose Ball

    West Virginia's stifling defense forced 13 turnovers during Saturday's 83-71 round-of-32 victory over Notre Dame. One of the Mountaineers' six steals featured a team effort that culminated in a forceful dunk...

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  23. Daryl Morey Shows MVP Support for James Harden with 'Random Combo of Numbers'

    Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey has made a living studying numbers. The analytically inclined executive also must know that although a bevy of stats exists, the masses will flock to certain benchmarks...

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  24. B/R Compiles Top Dunks from NCAA Tournament's Round of 64

    Thirty-two teams remained in the NCAA tournament entering the weekend. Before diving into the Round of 32, let's appreciate some highlights from the opening slate. Bleacher Report collected some of the Round of 64's best slam dunks...

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  25. Referee Stuns Players by Throwing Down Vicious Windmill Dunk

    No matter what referees do, one side always hates them. That is unless one of them conducts a personal dunk contest during a break. Recently, to the delight of players and fans alike, an official did just that...

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