Fast Pitch: DeAndre Jordan Re-Enactment, Ross Turnbull’s Son, Miguel’s WWE Moves
Here’s the latest edition of Fast Pitch for May 22, 2013:
In case you were living under a rock during the 2012-13 NBA season, DeAndre Jordan of the Los Angeles Clippers arguably pulled off one of the sickest dunks ever seen during an actual game back in March when he threw down a vicious slam over Brandon Knight of the Detroit Pistons. The dunk was replayed on highlight reels for weeks after it happened and ESPN’s Charissa Thompson decided to have some fun by re-enacting the dunk with Jordan–the only difference is they used a trash can instead of an actual hoop.
Two-year-old Josh Turnbull has quickly become an internet sensation after a video has gone viral on the internet of him running down the game after one of Chelsea‘s game and scoring a goal on his own. The best part of this video has to be the crowd’s reaction to little Josh scoring the goal which was followed by his arms going up in the air as if he were shouting “VICTORY!” like Johnny Drama from Entourage.
Somebody may need to explain to Miguel that WWE moves are uncalled for when you’re performing at an award show. It’s understandable that Miguel was trying to wow the crowd, but the fact that he landed on a fan while attempting a jump from one part of the stage to another is scary to think about.
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