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Straight up superhuman vibes with these mad skills. Anyone else have a hard enough time just being able to dribble with your offhand? 

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Dad Designs Masterful Basketball Hoop Loophole

What do you do when an entitled neighbor starts some drama to prevent something as simple as a neighborhood basketball hoop? You figure out a loophole and get that hoop, baby. Praise be to the powers of welding. This one is in the same vein as the guy who realized he needed a permit to build a garage so he just bought a van instead.

Neighbors complain about basketball hoop, so dad designs car with basketball hoop for neighborhood
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It's just fun hearing about everyone in this story being true to themselves. And that means that apparently all that zen stuff that Phil Jackson was doing didn't prevent him from snapping at Matt Damon and Mark Wahlberg like they were a couple students slacking off in class.

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These guys are having an inspiring, potentially enviable amount of fun at their jobs. Everything is lost the moment that Shaq throws those papers up. The whole fit of hysterical laughter was inspired by a locker room incident involving the Rockets and Clippers. For some more gold from Shaq, check out the time that he lost a bet, and then had to reveal his hairline on live TV

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Maybe it just wasn't his day. Maybe the nerves got to him. Trying to put on a performance on live TV can be a nerve-wracking experience. At the very least he might be encouraged to manage his bloated ego for moving forwards. 

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On the one hand, part of you might actually feel bad for this dude. However, on the other hand, he did approach the whole situation with a palpable amount of obnoxious cockiness. He certainly managed to humble himself on live TV when it was all said and done. 

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A Wholesome Post About A Toronto Legend

Well isn't this a wonderfully heartwarming and wholesome little post? Nav Bhatia's a 67-year-old legend who's been to every Toronto basketball game since 1995. And by the sounds of it, he's one of the most entertaining parts about the game. 

wholesome story about Toronto basketball fan | This is Nav Bhatia going see 1/9 lot him waving his towel on TV. He's 67 years old and still cheers louder than teenage nephew. If ever been Raps game can't miss him. But here's most people don't know: | He's been at every single Raptors home game since 1995 right: Every. Single. One. Through Damon, Vince, CB4 zillion coaches, blackouts, blizzards name Big deal, right? Wait, there's more. Bu MEMPHIS EASKE7BALL PTO 95 CAL
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It's like some of the developers were too scared to tell these guys to do a second take. 

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Riley Smith, a professional football player, can jump so high he should probably have a pilot's license up there. Apparently this dude's jumping higher than any NBA player in history. 

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"Nobody thought he could make it in the NBA, until they saw his sweet moves" - Air Bud Fifteen: Not even a dog anymore.

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Via JMac NBA
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I mean, this is just painful to listen to. It's impressive that it's this bad, really. 

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How about that panic being expressed by the cameraman. Kid is definitely going places!

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This brings us back to playing sports as kids, when the opposing team had the one kid who had already gone through puberty and all your teammates could do was just look at each other and go "well, good luck everyone." They're playing on an 8 foot rim too, so this kid doesn't even have to jump to dunk. Watching all the other kids try they're best is harrowing, but also kind of hilarious.

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It's clearly no easy task to get actual NBA players to lend their voices to your game. In this case it sounds like a combination of none of these guys having a chance to read over their scripts as well as the producers trying to get everything in one take. Holy crap these are bad.