Conan O'Brien does not have much experience playing video games. Nor does he have a notable dancing background. So it would seem that playing a video game which involves dancing would not be his forte.

But it's still hilarious.

O'Brien recently teamed up with U.S. soccer star and dance specialist Alex Morgan to test out the new dance game, "Just Dance 4."

The pair start with "Call Me Maybe," which is a little too much for Conan. The popular talk show host accurately describes his dancing thusly: "I look like John Tesh after he's been dead a year."

After taking a break and reviewing the game's symbols, Conan picks up some more moves. But he's still nowhere near as good as Morgan.

And yes, in case you were wondering, Morgan did bring along her gold medal.

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So now that the "Call Me Maybe" phase is officially over, the catchy pop song can be used as a hazing video. Be honored, Carly Rae Jepsen.

Tampa Bay Rays pitcher David Price shared this video on Wednesday of the Rays' rookies doing a number to "Call Me Maybe" at Fenway Park. We've seen some pretty good parodies of this song, so the rookies had the bar set high. But they dominated this dance.

Not only are the costumes perfect, the moves are exceptional and the rookies actually seem like they're having fun. Who said anything about hazing?

(H/T to Deadspin)

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Just when you think you've seen every incarnation of every dunk possible, along comes another stunning video like this one.

Below you'll see Porter Maberry throw down some rim-rocking jams that are impressive in their own right. The dunks are made even more spectacular by the fact that Maberry is just 5-foot-5. That's right, this guy is four inches shorter than Nate Robinson and two inches smaller than Spud Webb.

WARNING: The video contains some strong language.

And if you think Maberry is small, now is a good time to point out that Muggsy Bogues was two inches shorter.

(H/T to Bro Bible)

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In light of the frustration and anger over the NFL's replacement referees, we could all use some humor.

And who better to provide the jokes than the NOC, the guys who brought us the Steve Nash trailers, Iman Shumpert's iPhone dunking video and much much more.

The NOC's most recent music video is a parody of FloRida's hit song "Whistle." But instead of blowing the whistle, the replacement ref in the video says he just bought a whistle, and now he is ready to ref. Here's an excerpt of the hilarious clip:

Is it a fumble or a dropped pass?
Is it cool to pull a facemask?
It may take me a little longer
To get every call a little wronger

These guys could not have picked a better day to release their video, seeing as Monday night's Green Bay Packers-Seattle Seahawks game has the entire country up in arms. If the NFL isn't going to do anything about the poor officiating, at least we can get a good laugh out of it.

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If you watched the Ravens-Patriots game on NBC, you didn't get to see this fan streaking on the field. Some pretty good moves, eh?

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If you haven't noticed, everyone is going Gangnam these days.

The dance, created by Korean pop sensation PSY, has made its rounds in the world of sports and beyond.

And now, it has made its way to the broadcast booth. Hall of Fame broadcaster Jon Miller and his partner Dave Flemming busted out a move as the San Francisco Giants prepared prepared to take down the San Diego Padres and earn a berth in the MLB playoffs. The crowd lets out a huge cheer when it sees the popular duo joining in on the celebration.

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Chipper Jones is having the time of his life.

The soon-to-be-retired Atlanta Braves third baseman is on his farewell tour across MLB stadiums, and he is feeling the love everywhere he goes. On Wednesday night, however, he might have felt a little too much love.

During Jones's last game in Miami, the Kiss Cam operators at Marlins Park gave Jones a nice going-away gift.

In the top of the seventh inning, the Kiss Cam landed squarely on Jones. Immediately, Braves first baseman Freddie Freeman saddled up next to Jones and smacked a smooch on his cheek. Meanwhile, second baseman Dan Uggla thought about going in for the kiss but decided against it and went on to pat Jones's knee.

Jones played it off very well.

All in all, it must have been a nice moment for the fans in Miami who had seen Jones embarrass them for the better part of the past two decades.

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If you, like most people, think that simply riding a unicycle is hard enough, wait until you see what these guys did.

A group of world class unicyclists recently released a video that shows them pulling off stunts that at first glance may seem impossible. They grind down the rail of any set of stairs they can find, they leap onto and off benches and they pull off various other gravity-defying moves.

And they make it look easy.

To say these guys are some of the best in the world is no exaggeration. One of them, Kevin Kartchner, recently competed in the UNICOM 16 World Championships and placed fourth.

(H/T to Barstool)

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Last weekend Pablo Pintos scored a 93rd minute goal to seal a 3-0 victory for his Kasimpasa club in the Turkish league. But his celebration was cut short by an unruly fan who managed to get on the pitch.

The young man accosted Pintos as he celebrated with his teammates and snagged Pintos's shirt. Then he sprinted away, and before anyone could catch him, the fan threw the shirt into the stands. Another young man caught the jersey and initially tried to escape, but he thought better of the whole ordeal and returned the shirt.

And after all the commotion, it appears that the match ended before Pintos got his jersey back. That'll teach him to think twice before removing his jersey.

(H/T to Hot Clicks)

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Dennis Haskins' character wasn't exactly the most forceful principal in the 1990s sitcom "Saved By The Bell." Mr. Belding is remembered more for his awkward humor than his iron fist.

But now Haskins is bringing the pain, and he is serious. Sort of.

The 61-year-old recently served as host and guest enforcer of a Pro Wrestling Syndicate event called "Saved By the Ring Bell" in Rahway, N.J. TMZ obtained video of Haskins' fight, and it's amazing.

This video may create more questions than answers for "Saved By The Bell" fans. Specifically, What is going on here?

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