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He’s laughing, but this isn’t a joke. It’s hard to hit anything — especially a rubbery toy ball — with such consistent accuracy. Oh, wait, he’s laughing at you, because he’s three, and his game is lightyears ahead of yours.
The kid loves winners and why shouldn’t he? He’s 4 years old.
The Penalty For That Youth Hockey Coach Who Tripped An Opposing Player In A Handshake Line: 15 Days In Jail
Remember the Worst Guy Ever? The Worst Guy Ever is what we called a youth hockey coach in Vancouver, Martin Tremblay, who got in some hot water for tripping an opposing player in the handshake line following a game. And now we know how he’ll be punished for doing it.
Last night’s Oklahoma-Baylor game was noteworthy for a few different reasons. It was a tightly-contested battle between what have so far been two of the Big 12′s better teams, for one (Oklahoma’s finally building something good in the post-Blake-Griffin era), with the Sooners prevailing 74-71. There was the yeoman effort from Baylor freshman/lottery pick waiting to happen Isaiah Austin (19 points, 20 rebounds), for another. But mostly, there was this kid running on the court. [Busted Coverage]
The kid taking center stage in the video you’ll see after the jump, according to SportsCenter’s Twitter feed, is Matt Demember. The action takes place at a church league in Maryland. And what Matt does is… just trust us that it’ll be worth your while.
Every so often we update an infrequently-recurring series here at SportsGrid, “How To Be The Coolest Kid In School.” Previous installments have included middle school dunkers, foot-basket-trick-ballers, and halfcourt-heaving third graders. Unfortunately, though, most of the time the awesome stuff that would make you the coolest kid in school doesn’t happen. This is one of those times. [The Big Lead]
Whaddya suppose this young man’s thankful for today? [Larry Brown Sports]
It appears this happened around a week ago, but it’s new to us, so here goes. Vadim Evseev was ending his career in the Belarus Premier League with a testimonial match. That match served two purposes: give Evseev a memorable sendoff, and break the internet with cuteness.
Usually, fun would be made at the expense of Daron Bryden’s parents. The Brydens seem to have just discovered the “Internet,” and made a kitschy little blog touting their young son as the next great thing in football. It’s like a public scrapbook, filled with abrasive color schemes and pictures of him autographing footballs. This would be so embarrassing for Daron — if he wasn’t actually quite good, for a 10-year-old.