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Shved Fails At Passing And Spills A Cold One
New York Knicks guard Alexey Shved threw a lob into the stands that caused a beer to spill over a fan.
Creamer Sinks Putt In High Heels
Last year, LPGA golfer Paula Creamer sank a 75-foot eagle putt to win the HSBC Women's Champions. At the same event this year, Creamer sank a similar putt -- albeit in high heels.
Shooting Arrows Upside Down
A woman shot an arrow with her feet while balancing on traffic cones.