Bad Lip Reading Of The NFL Part 2

Bad Lip Reading Of The NFL Part 2

Bad Lip Reading, the Web’s most popular lip dub parody channel, has been on hiatus for quite some time. But they have returned just in time for the Superbowl with this second dose of their hilarious Bad Lip Reading Of The NFL.

As expected, it has instantly gone viral!

 

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Indiana Pacers Surprise Brothers With Heartwarming Reunion

It’s an act of brotherly love that rivals Philadelphia’s famous namesake.

Brothers Aaron, 26, and Brandon Rector, 23 were just excited to be chosen for the half-court shootout challenge during Sunday night’s Indiana Pacers game against the Utah Jazz. For all the brothers from Greenwood, Ind. knew, they had a chance at winning some money — not the real prize that was in store.

No, the real prize wasn’t the $300 they had won after making a free throw and a three-pointer. It was their youngest brother, Justin, a U.S. soldier home from a nine-month deployment in Afghanistan. The Pacers captured the joyous reunion on their Instagram account:

“The emcee walked us out in the middle of the court and we glanced over and saw Justin come out of the tunnel,” Aaron told ABC News. “I lost it. We were pretty excited.”

Their parents and Aaron’s pregnant wife, expected to deliver their child on Feb. 28, had been planning the soldier surprise for about six months, completely unbeknownst to Aaron and Brandon, who thought their brother wasn’t supposed to return until March 7.

“My wife was a big catalyst in all this,” said Aaron. “She obviously wants him to be home for the birth of our daughter, and she helped plan so much of this.”

With no plans for redeployment, Aaron says the Rector family takes comfort in having Justin “home and safe.”

If the memory of the reunion isn’t enough for the family, fellow Pacers fans who witnessed the touching moment shared in the brothers’ excitement by tweeting Aaron and Brandon pictures from their seats.

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NBA Unleashes ‘White Mamba’ Upon the Web

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Depending on how you interpret the game of basketball, the NBA has just released either the awesome-est or gross-est highlight reel to hit YouTube.

The clip features Brian Scalabrine. Scalabrine, for the uninitiated, is a red-haired, pasty-faced journeyman center who spent eleven seasons warming the bench for three different teams. He was alternately loathed and loved by fans for his herky jerky moves, decided lack of hops and human-victory-cigar status before announcing his retirement from the NBA earlier this month.

In a nod of respect to the man some know as the “White Mamba” (as opposed to Kobe Bryant’s “Black Mamba”) the NBA on Tuesday shared this expertly produced two-minute collection of pick-and-pops, reverse pivots and below-the-rim finishes.

No matter your opinion on Scalabrine, you’ve got to tip your cap the NBA for its sense of irony and social media savvy.

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Dad Tells Crying Son He Can’t Like The Yankees And Must Like Red Sox

Most parents tell their kids to choose for themselves. But a classic Red Sox fan tells his little son that he’s not allowed to like the Yankees. When his baby starts crying over that, dad tells him to cry all he likes. Dad even says, ‘repeat after me, I love the Red Sox.’ But the kid is fooled. After some more tears, only his big brother consoles him.

 

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Sterling Says He’s No Racist, Bashes Magic Johnson in CNN Interview

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Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling, right, and V. Stiviano, left, watch the Clippers play the Los Angeles Lakers during an NBA preseason basketball game in Los Angeles on Dec. 19, 2011.
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The disgraced owner of the Los Angeles Clippers, Donald Sterling, insisted he’s not a racist in an interview with Anderson Cooper on CNN Monday evening.

Sterling, who was recently banned from the NBA for life for essentially saying African Americans are not welcome attendees at Clippers games in recordings that his former girlfriend released. Though he still owners the Clippers, the other team owners are expected to vote soon on whether Sterling should be forced to sell.

During the interview, Sterling repeatedly apologized for his comments, saying his ex-girlfriend V. Stiviano “baited” him into saying what he did.

The owner also used the air time to “ask for forgiveness” from all the people he’s “hurt.”

Yet in the same interview, Sterling lashes out at Magic Johnson, former LA Lakers star who was one of the first prominent voices to call for his ousting.

He disparages Johnson’s battle with AIDS, asks what he has done to give back to people around him, and implies that African Americans do not give back to surrounding communities as much as other groups of people.

In the video below, CNN hosts a small roundtable discussing Sterling’s apology and why so much of it focused on Magic Johnson.

However, Johnson, who is CEO of Magic Johnson Enterprises, a company that strives for “community/economic empowerment,” seems to just want to move past the situation.

But for Sterling, the audio hits keep on coming. In another recently released recording of a formerly private conversation, which you can listen to below, Sterling says he only made the racist comments because he was trying to have sex with Stiviano.

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