A former Fox Sports producer showed that the only person truly capable of winning an argument with Skip Bayless … is Skip Bayless. Plus, Alex Smith helping a Raiders fan in a wheelchair is one of our Great Clips of the Week.
Jazz big Boris Diaw walked his dogs around Canyonlands National Park on a Segway, rookie Joel Bolomboy got the infamous popcorn prank, and Nashville's P.K. Subban has a beef with the Penguins' Sidney Crosby.
It finally happened; a baseball superstar was finally inducted into the Hall of Fame. Plus, BYU reliever Mason Marshall didn't blink in the face of a line drive and a minor leaguer found a unique way to strike out.
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.