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It would have made the last 3 seasons worthwhile if the Cleveland Cavaliers managed stop LeBron and Co. from making NBA history. Instead, they got outscored 30 to 18 in the 4th quarter, to go on to lose by 3, after a chance to go ahead with 4 seconds to go. The real news here, though, was that they actually showed a guy running on the court, on live TV. Usually they just cut away and start saying the word “bozo” over and over. Looks to be a kid. Definitely a bozo.
It’s Saturday night. You’re watching the first half of the Corinthians-Coritiba soccer match, as you are wont to do. Suddenly, there is a stoppage in play. There’s a fan on the field. But there’s something different about this one…
Typically, when a fan runs onto the playing field at a sporting event, it’s usually as a streaker, sometimes with advertising on their body, often intoxicated, and always during a break in the action. Last night’s Florida State-Miami game was interrupted by a fan on the field who bucked ALL of these trends.
Mets Fan That Stormed Field To Celebrate Johan Santana’s No-No Missed His Son’s First Birthday Party
Phil Hughes pitched a complete game gem today against Justin Verlander, holding the potent Tigers offense to just one Prince Fielder solo home run and guiding the Yankees to a 5-1 victory. But before the final out, a fan jumped onto the field, approached Yankee right fielder Nick Swisher and greeted him with some sort of handshake/fist pump/high-five.