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COLLEGE STATION, Texas — The guys over at "Dude Perfect" have become famous off of basketball trick shot videos. The self-proclaimed Texas A&M fans managed to get Heisman winner Johnny Manziel in their latest video.
Truth be told, the Dude Perfect videos can wear pretty thin fast with all the screaming and "DUDE! Did you see that!" proclamations, but watching Johnny Football's insane accuracy is pretty impressive.
The video is nearly 6-minutes long, but it's worth it, for the most part.
Denver Mayor Does Ray Lewis Dance
Denver mayor, Michael Hancock, made a wager with Baltimore mayor, Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, over the outcome of the playoff game between the Denver Broncos and the Baltimore Ravens.
As we all know, the Broncos lost to the Ravens in double overtime and Ray Lewis and his teammates are now prepping for the Super Bowl.
In an effort to stay honest, a video was released of Mayor Hancock doing Ray Lewis' famous dance before a meeting.
The video is a little fun, a bit awkward, but overall inspiring, because it reminds us that some politicians are still honest. Or at least they come clean on bets, but should they be betting? What do I care? Let's just watch some sports.
Coach Gets Assist
This little nugget of fantastic comes from the Russian basketball league.
During a game between Unics Kazan and Spartak Vladivostok, a Unics player doesn't see an outlet to pass the ball to and then tosses a spot on chest pass to his coach, Gundars Vetra, who then passes it to another player who drains the three.
Quick thinking by Vetra, but unfortunately the assist and the three points did not count.
It is cool though, Vetra's team still managed to win by one point instead of four.