As sports fans, you've all seen the shot. You've seen the reaction. You probably even know that Paul George is still convinced that the 37-foot game-winner was "a bad shot." But have you seen Dame Lillard's iconic stroke in Lego form?
We don’t know her name, but we do know that her particular hairstyle has gone viral, thanks in large part to ESPN’s camera crew and several pop-culture websites like SI’s Extra Mustard, Larry Brown Sports and YouTube’s House of Hig
Before we get to the best of former local college standouts at the next level, let’s take a moment to recognize the most adorable moment from the past week — courtesy of our friends North of the Border.
This week, we’re highlighting a few of those special people, from a Special Olympian on the basketball court, to a special long snapper out to raise money for a dreaded disease that changed his outlook on life, to a punter who is doing big things.
Before turning the page to the opening round of the NCAA Tournament, let’s take a look back at the weekend, where a former Utah coach got ejected for doing the same thing as his NBA counterpart, a Utah State player deserved a SportsCenter mention.
We are winning with these latest moments, from Jazz star Donovan Mitchell’s respect for his sister, former BYU outfielder Jacob Hannemann’s incredible moment with his son, and the rain delay battle to end all rain delay battles.
We start with a Baby Baller in Provo, head to SLC for a famous snowman cheering on the Salt Lake Stallions, and finish in Logan, where a rare peacock has re-emerged for the biggest college basketball game of the year.
In BYU's blowout loss at No. 2 Gonzaga, coach Dave Rose got testy with the WCC officiating crew and Nick Emery was put on skates. But former BYU soccer star Ashley Hatch had the best video of the week.
With the Patriots’ win, is it officially time to call quarterback Tom Brady the G.O.A.T? Or at least, the Go.A.T, maybe? Speaking of animals, a Premier League match was interrupted by felines, and Jazz guard Ricky Rubio was an animal Sunday.
Did you catch everything that happened last week in sports? It was busy enough on the Wasatch Front, with big wins in the NBA, college basketball and a rising women’s basketball powerhouse making history.