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Bubble Balls Attack SportsCenter
The "SportsCenter" anchors were overrun in the studio by bubble balls and decided to take action by swatting them away.
Dudley Shoots A Dud
Milwaukee Bucks forward Jared Dudley failed miserably in attempting a 3-pointer that ended with the ball behind him in the stands.
Hayes: Gosh She's Beautiful
During an NCAA tournament news conference the truth comes out for Wisconsin forward Nigel Hayes, at least when it comes to how he feels about a reporter in the room.