The wrist must be healed.

Last month we shared the video in which Cleveland teen Kevin Libertowski made a trick shot by doing a back flip on trampoline -- with a broken wrist.

For his latest trick, Libertowski executes the equivalent of a full-court shot with a front flip. It looks much more impressive than we just made it sound:

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There is no way around it. Tuesday's 7-1 Germany World Cup semifinal victory over Brazil was a smackdown. On the biggest stage, the world witnessed a drudging of the host nation.

In Brazil, the tabloids lashed out at the national team. In Germany, the celebrations are prevalent, as the country prepares to cheer its team in its first World Cup final since 2002.

Radio Bayern 3, 99.5 FM in Munich, summed the match up in ten seconds:

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Part of Bears defensive end Lamarr Houston's training involves wearing a mask that simulates high-altitude conditions.

It also makes him look like Bane, the Batman villain.

Fortunately for us, Houston can deliver Bane's lines off the top of his head while he has the mask on his face.

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World Cup players are not the only individuals relevant to American television every four years. Many of the broadcasters also become popular every mid-term election year.

This year's ESPN World Cup broadcasting bunch has included, among others, British host Lynsey Hipgrave, current player Landon Donovan and former players American Alexi Lalas, German Michael Ballack and Dutchman Ruud van Nistelrooy. All five were satirized in a cartoon posted on YouTube by storyboard artist, voice actor and writer Sean Rohani.

Without spoiling the video, Lalas is labeled a strong personality, clashing with Ballack and van Nistelrooy's more laid back-style. Donovan is also poked fun at for his somewhat awkward satellite appearances.

The video appears to be met with positive responses from the subjects:

Mike Tirico, Taylor Twellman, Roberto Martinez and others escape scrutiny.

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Rafael Nadal became the only male tennis player to ever win the same Grand Slam tournament nine times when he captured the French Open in May. However, the Spaniard suffered a fourth-round defeat at Wimbledon Tuesday to Aussie Nick Kyrgios in four sets.

However, in between Grand Slam tournaments, Nadal achieved a separate feat. He bounced a ball on the side of his racquet 406 times.

In a video released over the weekend by the tennis manufacturer Babolat, Nadal achieves the task in a grassy backyard and is deemed "#Wimbjuggledon Champion." The 14-time grand slam champ strapped a GoPro to himself to help capture the moment:

Although he came into Wimbledon as the world No. 1, Nadal was seeded second in the tournament. Along with his 14 Grand Slam titles, Nadal has 64 total titles and a total earnings of more than $70,000,000.

Would it be too cynical to suggest that bouncing a ball on the side of his racquet 406 times for a promotional video took too much out of Nadal, leading to his early exit at Wimbledon?

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Haneef "Young Hollywood" Munir stands just 5-11, making him an inch shorter than Clippers point guard Chris Paul.

But his lack of height didn't seem to hurt him at the dunk contest held during the BET Awards weekend festiivities in Los Angeles. Young Hollywood had his girlfriend stand on a chair in front of the basket, and proceeded to jump over her, putting the ball between his legs in the process of an unbelievable dunk.

Young Hollywood's dunk received a perfect score from the judging panel, which included two NBA Dunk Contest champions Terrence Ross, (2013) and Cedric Ceballos (1992) as well as former NBA swingman Doug Christie. Ross said it was the best dunk of the competition but that wasn't enough to crown Young Hollywood champion. That honor went to Guy Dupuy.

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If Vernon Davis' holdout continues much longer, the San Francisco 49ers may want to look in a new direction for their tight end position.

And it appears Colin Kaepernick has stumbled upon just the man for the job.

During his recent youth camp in San Francisco, Kaepernick connected with 7-year-old Jabari Taylor on a short pass. Taylor proceeded to celebrate like he just scored the biggest touchdown of his life. And the results are adorable.

This video of Taylor celebrating has attracted more than 100,000 views on YouTube in less than one week:

Kaepernick, who recently signed a six-year extension worth up to $126 million, has a unique ability to engage with his young fans. After San Francisco's divisional-round victory over Carolina in January, Kaepernick wore a vest designed by a 13-year-old supporter.

In February, Kaepernick and Cam Newton co-hosted the "Hall of Game" award show on Cartoon Network. The duo hilariously covered Katy Perry's hit song "Roar."

Kaepernick, it should be noted, threw a pass to each of the 300 kids who attended his camp:

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"I believe that we will win!"

The energized chant fizzled across the United States as American soccer fans watched the national team's 2-1 lead vanish in the final minute Sunday against Portugal.

Silvestre Varela's late goal off the cross by Cristiano Ronaldo tied the World Cup match at 2-2. The 94' goal ruined the Americans' chance to clinch a spot in the elimination round with a win over Portugal.

This video captures the range of Americans’ emotions, from jubilance to dejection, as Portugal stunned the U.S. with just seconds left on the clock. (Audio advisory: There is some NSFW language in this video so set your speakers appropriately.)

Though the end of the game may have felt like a loss to fans, team USA can take away many positives from the draw. USMNT overcame an early mistake that lead to Nani's 5' goal by answering with two goals of its own.

With Jermaine Jones scoring on a rocket in the 64’ and Clint Dempsey scoring in the 81' the US also showed more versatility and offensive firepower, especially without key striker Jozy Altidore.

Heading into Thursday's group match, the U.S. needs to continue to raise the level of its play to win or draw against Germany, which would advance the Americans to the round of 16 for the first time in consecutive World Cups.

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Rays leftfielder Matt Joyce is batting .266 with 3 home runs, 26 RBI and a hole-in-one on the season.

During Rays batting practice Thursday, Joyce tipped a ball that hit the top of the batting cage. Miraculously the ball ricocheted and landed back in the pitching machine -- and returned fire at the lefty batter.

A Tropicana Field camera caught the fluke on video.

So not only did Joyce manage to hit a hole-in-one, he essentially pitched a strike to himself just seconds later.

For the team's sake, he can replicate that batting accuracy in games to help lift Tampa Bay, which is floundering in last place of the American League East.

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Where will LeBron James end up? That question will captivate this NBA off-season like it did in 2010, when James made his infamous Decision to team up with Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh in South Beach.

But there's a new negotiator at the table in 2014: Don Draper.

Draper, the lead character in AMC's Mad Men, pitches James on returning to the Cleveland Cavaliers in this Bleacher Report mash-up. It features the slick ad executive coaxing James with the nostalgia angle with pictures from his Cleveland days.

The video provides a good laugh while also reminding LeBron that there were good times in Cleveland for the two-time NBA champion. Of course, those two rings came in Miami, not Cleveland, but perhaps Draper is just the right man to give Heat president Pat Riley a run for his money this off-season in trying to land James.

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