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Martell Webster has had quite a, how do we put it, “forgettable” month. From the boneheaded play of the year to, now, an alley-oop attempt turned notable blooper moment.
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As SportsGrid’s Video Assignment Editor, CJ Fogler’s main job is to grab potentially viral video moments as they happen. But he also takes a lot of screengrabs (and produces a number of animated GIFs) that don’t always make the site. Every Friday, we’re going to share a few of them with you.