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Happy Holidays from The Sports Hernia (And a gift idea or two)
- Updated: December 23, 2009
Since so many people suffer from being cheap disgraces, we're here to help. It's very simple. Forget shopping for gifts, just send your friends and loved ones a few links and call it a day.
After all, as Cousin Eddie once said, it's the gift that keeps on givin' the whoooooole year.
The Jim Mora Remix, otherwise known as the gold standard in YouTube achievement.
Nothing like an end-to-end sequence in the Eastern Conference semifinals in which Larry Bird dishes through your legs for an easy assist and then swats you on the other end for the steal. Jack Sikma, this is your life.
Yup. Sundizzle NFL Countdizzle, Contizzles.
John Tesh's chills-filled version of "Storytellers" where he actually plays us a message he left for himself on his answering machine the day he discovered the magical ingredients for the NBA on NBC theme song. Additionally and amazingly, there is an entire orchestra there to assist Tesh in celebrating the catchy jingle.
The night Paul Mokeski challenged Michael Jordan, hit the deck … and never got up. A close second to the 'Nique-Bird duel in '88.
Nerds celebrating their virginity … in slow motion.
Still at large: The Soccer Sniper.
The greatest, most graceful three-pointer ever taken.
There aren't many certanties in life. But it's no secret that Asheville manager Joe Mikulik hates second base.
Shawn Bradley, part-time NBA center, full-time shoving match assassin.
Here's Bradley's entire NBA career summed up flawlessly in the form of 16-bit graphics.
An ironic moment for sure, as Herm Edwards and winning are about as harmonious as Rich Kotite and supermodels.