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Grizzlies PG Ja Morant soars for incredible block

Ja Morant is not of this earth.

Early in the Memphis Grizzlies‘ game against the Los Angeles Lakers on Sunday, the team’s star point guard found himself chasing down Lakers guard Avery Bradley after a turnover.

Despite having Grizzlies wing Desmond Bane in his face in transition, Bradley appeared to get a layup off, muscling through Bane with Morant two steps behind him. The ball was on its way to two points, until Morant jumped from the middle of the paint and soared through the air for a two-handed block.

You know it’s a good play when the opposing crowd is audibly stunned.

The most underrated part of that chasedown black is Morant ending up with the ball after landing from a trip that had him nearly four feet in the air. One replay showed just how high the 6-foot-3 Morant got, with his head basically even with the

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Ex-Rutgers basketball player drains incredible shot for her students

By now you’ve seen it: a third-grade teacher pulls up from Steph Curry-range with her students’ hot chocolate on the line. Then, two quick dribbles, a couple steps forward, and…nothing bet net! Swiss Miss mustaches for all the rugrats.

Students at Washington D.C.’s Holy Trinity would be wise to bet on their teacher all winter long. As it turns out, that teacher, Kathleen Fitzpatrick, has been draining threes longer than her third graders have been tying their own shoes. She played collegiately at Rutgers after starting her career at St. Joseph’s.

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Maryland Terrapins guard Kaila Charles (5) races past Rutgers Scarlet Knights guard Kathleen Fitzpatrick (10) during a women's Big 10 basketball game between the University of Maryland Terrapins and the Rutgers Scarlet Knights on February 1, 2018, at Xfinity Center, in College Park, Maryland. Maryland defeated Rutgers 88-60.

Maryland Terrapins guard Kaila Charles (5) races past Rutgers Scarlet Knights guard Kathleen Fitzpatrick (10) during a women’s Big 10 basketball game between the University of Maryland Terrapins and the Rutgers Scarlet Knights on February 1, 2018, at Xfinity Center, in College Park, Maryland. Maryland defeated Rutgers 88-60.
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Purdue Soccer Player Sarah Griffith’s Incredible Goal Featured on ESPN’s SportsCenter Top 10

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — The Purdue soccer program opened up its season Thursday against Kentucky. In a game that ended in a 1-1 draw, the Boilermakers’ only goal was special enough to be featured on ESPN’s SportsCenter Top 10 list. 

Coming in at No. 5, the telecast showcased redshirt senior forward Sarah Griffith’s highlight reel goal. In the 48th minute, Griffith crossed up her defender on the left side of the field with a fantastic dribble move. 

With the added separation, she launched a shot that flew above the outstretched hands of the WIldcats’ goalie and into the right side of the net. 

Purdue is scheduled to play its next game in Nashville, Tennessee, against Vanderbilt on Sunday at 2 p.m. ET before returning to West Lafayette for a matchup with Gonzaga on Thursday, Aug. 26. 

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Sports World Reacts To Incredible Disc Golf Shot

Incredible disc golf shot.

Incredible disc golf shot.

The most-exciting moment of the sports weekend might have come at the Professional Disc Golfers Association World Championships. No, seriously…

An incredible shot made by James Conrad at the Professional Disc Golfers Association World Championships in Ogden, Utah has gone viral on social media.

In the clip, Conrad sinks a long birdie on the 18th hole to force a playoff against Paul McBeth. Conrad drilled a shot from 247 feet out as the crowd went wild.

Check this out:

That’s pretty awesome. Sports fans across the country are loving it, too.

“The most amazing disc golf moment in history?” one fan asked.

“legit might be the most amazing moment in any sport” another added.

“I never thought I’d see someone top Michael Jordan’s “The Shot.” Then James Conrad came along and said, “Hold my disc golf bag,” another said.

Conrad ended up pulling out the win

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