The Great Clips of the Week include a tribute to college commencements, where Pres. Donald Trump broke news related to BYU football; Will Ferrell took the mic for USC graduates; and Gregg Popovich received the claymation treatment from ESPN.
In this week's Great Clips, Salt Lake Bees shortstop Ray Navarro finds the most painful way possible to drive in two runs; Edmonton hockey fans band together for an inspiring version of the U.S. anthem; and a proposal at Fenway Park goes wrong.
In the latest Great Clips of the Week, Rob Gronkowski has White House press secretary Sean Spicer's back; an NFL reporter praises former BYU quarterback Taysom Hill; and Russell Westbrook is not having a reporter's question for teammate Steven Adams.
Joe Johnson's buzzer-beater in the Jazz's game-one win over Los Angeles gets the "Titanic Hoops" treatment; CP3 has a meltdown in the same game; and the Easter Bunny showed off S-E-C Speed at Nationals Park.
One of the newest Philadelphia Phillies gets emotional after earning his first pro call-up, while BYU's Ty Detmer clowns on perennial class clown Jonny Linehan and Delon Wright hooks up with former Utah teammate Jakob Poeltl in our Great Clips.
A Division II broadcaster loses his mind on a buzzer-beater 3-pointer, Buddy Hield goes low against DeMarcus Cousins, and the Kings and Hawks have an interesting way to handle the NBA's new social media referendum.
One high school basketball fan in Cache Valley really likes hoops, three Schuyler Sisters really know how to sing "America the Beautiful," and Lady Gaga really knows how to put on a Super Bowl halftime show.
You've probably seen Steph Curry's halfcourt buzzer beater from Saturday night. But have you watched it in five languages? Also, a North Summit high schooler tries to beat Curry at his own game, and OBJ gets shamed in a Pro Bowl dance off.
Premier League squad Everton gave a young terminally ill fan the gift of a lifetime, Utah fans celebrated a point too early, and UCLA's Bryce Alford won Twitter with his response to "Daddy's Boy" chant.
Utah State and UNLV rekindled their decades-old rivalry with a scuffle during a women's basketball game in Las Vegas. Meanwhile, the Rebels' Troy Baxter Jr. threw down a monster jam in a loss to the Aggies, and Nevada erased a 25-point deficit to win