A Damn Fine Collection Of Fascinating SPORTS Photos And Videos

September 8, 2017 | No Comments » | Topics: main, Sports

The Green Bay Packers carry head coach Vince Lombardi off the field after their 33-14 victory over the Oakland Raiders. Super Bowl II, Jan. 14, 1968

 

NFL Rookie Hazing

 

JJ Watt has now raised $28 MILLION for Harvey relief (Donate)

 

Capers-Smith goes for an interception but the ball goes straight through his hands

 

The University of Minnesota brought their A-game to psych out opposing kickers this year

 

How Fast is Chiefs WR Tyreek Hill? Here’s How He Stacks Up Against the World’s Fastest Runners 

 

Diego Maradona Takes On Six Defenders

Diego Maradona TOP 30 Crazy Skills Moves Ever

 

Isaiah Thomas showing off his new locker in Cleveland

 

LeBron putting in work: "Core stability on ball to finish up the workout! Everything starts and ends with the core. No core no nothing! "

 

Mark Cuban after the Mavericks beat the Miami Heat in the NBA Finals 2011

 

Michael Jordan’s Flu Game

Game 5 of the 1997 NBA Finals was a defining moment of Michael Jordan’s career. The Jazz had just won Games 3 and 4 to tie the series, when Jordan was diagnosed with the flu and told that he couldn’t play in Game 5. Michael Jordan ignored that advice and went on to play 44 minutes (of 48 possible), looking visibly weak the entire time. That didn’t stop him from leading Bulls back from an early deficit and then hitting a game-winning three as the fourth quarter wound down. Jordan finished with 38 points, 7 rebounds, and 5 assists, before collapsing into Scottie Pippen’s arms.

 

Michael Jordan’s fadeaway is a thing of beauty

 

Bill Russell And Wilt Chamberlain. April 5, 1968

 

Nate Robinson DUNKS ON Shaquille O’Neal At The Set Of UncleDrew

 

 

Carmen Basilio (right) celebrates with his cornermen after knocking out Tony DeMarco (left) in the 12th round for the world welterweight title.

 

Expensive cars. White tigers. Gold bathtubs. Athletes don’t mind splurging on outrageous items 

 

Broke – ESPN Films: 30 for 30

 

Phil Mickelson takes golf advice from young fan before attempting shot out of the rough

 

World Nomad Games, gymnastics archery

 

Rally Driver Mads Ostberg struggles to drive without Power Steering

 

Derek Redmond And His Dad Finish An Olympic Race

Derek Redmond was a British Olympic sprinter (400 meters) in the ’80s and early ’90s. His career had been plagued by injuries that forced him to drop out of the 1988 Olympics just before his race. He had eight surgeries between 1988 and 1992 and by the time the Barcelona games came along he was ready to go. In the semifinals his hamstring snapped after 150 meters. A stretcher was brought out but Redmond refused it. And pulled himself up and began limping to the finish. His father ran through security to be with his son and helped him cross the finish line.

 

Soccer Coaches vs. Hockey Coaches

 

Mike Tyson in the 80s

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