If you were walking down the street when all of a sudden a 7-foot-tall person popped up wearing a giant horse mask, you'd probably scream your lungs out.

It's quite a frightening thing to think about, and much funnier to see on video.

Los Angeles Clippers center DeAndre Jordan recently pranked unsuspecting pedestrians at Venice Beach, and he got some hilarious reactions. Because really, there's nothing you'd expect less when you walk down the street than to see a humongous human being pop out of nowhere while wearing a horse mask.

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Jordan had a day full of pranks at Venice Beach. He pretended to be blind, played with a remote-control spider and startled people with a flatulence machine.

Life's good in Lob City.

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The trick shot craze has officially moved into the sport of racquetball, and we're all better people because of it.

Ben Croft, one of the world's top-ranked players, teamed up with Raquetball Warehouse to produce this impressive video.

Croft starts in a gym, doing the customary trick shots with a basketball hoop. He moves to a raquetball court, a warehouse and even a park. Sure, not all of these shots look too fancy, but they take a very high level of skill and coordination.

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So now that we've got racquetball and bowling trick shot videos, what's next? Badminton, hopefully.

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If you think it's a tight fit when you parallel park and there are only two or three feet left over, imagine what it's like to park in a spot and have 5.5 inches of space.

A German driver named Ronny Wechselberger recently set the world record for parallel parking, fitting an 11-foot-7-inch Volkswagon Up into a 12-foot spot. He beat the old record, set by Han Yue of China, by about four-tenths of an inch.

Wechselberger didn't so much as park the car as he did maneuver it into the space, but it still counts. Here's the record-breaking attempt:

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Amazingly, this might not have been Wechselberger's most impressive parallel parking job. He also set the world record for parallel parking in reverse, pulling into a spot with just 14 inches of space left over.

We'd like to see Wechselberger try that in the middle of traffic on the streets of New York City. That'd be a real accomplishment.

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Time and again, Novak Djokovic has demonstrated that he is having the most fun of any professional tennis player.

Whether it's dancing to Carly Rae Jepsen, filming commercials with Maria Sharapova or rolling up to a match with a Darth Vader mask, Djokovic is having the time of his life.

In the middle of a recent exhibition match in Brazil, the Djoker let loose once again. Djokovic sat down during a crossover to find himself surrounded by four models. It looks like one of the brave women appears to start giving him a massage as a joke, but of course Djokovic plays along.

The world's top player whips his shirt off, sits back down and smiles for the cameras.

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It seems rare that an athlete of Djokovic's stature, someone who is so accomplished and so determined, is able to have fun as often as he does. So kudos to him for living it up; we're all laughing along.

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The popularity of trick-shot videos has exploded so much in the past few years that the genre is reaching a saturation point. Professional trick-shot specialists produce high-end segments, while slick editors generate clips that prompt real-or-fake discussions.

So much for genuine and spontaneous feelings of wonder and astonishment.

This clip from 8-year-old LeBron James Jr., launching shots from a balcony, provides a little more of that uncontrived feel.

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Give the youngster, perhaps better known as Bronny, some credit for sticking with it after not connecting on his first few attempts. And the misses add to the extemporaneous quality of the clip, which is posted on LeBronJames.com. That's also reflected in the exuberant celebration from the cameraman (who doesn't quite sound like LeBron The Elder so perhaps he's a friend, neighbor or relative).

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A fan's seemingly innocent video from the end of Saturday's Washington State-Washington game has gone viral online after it was a revealed that the footage appears to show a fan's attack on a Washington player.

The video below, posted by YouTube user Derek Hahn over the weekend, shows Washington State fans storming the field after the Cougars' upset win over the rivals Huskies in overtime. If you look closely at the :10 mark, you can see a figure in white walking away from the swarm of fans. As it turns out, that is Washington's star tight end, Austin Seferian-Jenkins. Just three seconds later, at the :13 mark, Seferian-Jenkins is decked by a fan wearing all black.

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Seferian-Jenkins did not comment on the incident following the game, but he tweeted the following message:
"I prayed for that man that struck me. He must have some issues."

No arrests were made in relation to the incident.

Seferian-Jenkins had a breakout year in 2012 and emerged as one of the top tight ends in the country. The sophomore caught 63 passes for 791 yards and scored six touchdowns.

(H/T to Game On!)

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Kyle Singler can score from just about anywhere on the basketball court. A four-year starter at Duke, Singler finished fourth on the Blue Devils' all-time scoring list with 2,392 points.

And those of you who have followed Singler's career may know that he racked up lots of baskets at Duke that didn't necessarily count toward that scoring total. During his time in Durham, Singler starred in a pair of trick shot videos that have gained nearly 2 million views on YouTube. They are called "Kyle Gets Buckets" and "Kyle Gets Buckets 2.0." They are both worth a watch.

Now a member of the Detroit Pistons, Singler recently set out to prove he hasn't lost his trick-shot flair. During a trip to a few Detroit landmarks, Singler nailed some unbelievable baskets. He kicked a ball through a field goal post at Detroit's Ford Field, he made a no-look shot outside Comerica Park, and much, much more.

Singler saves the best shot for last, when he bounces a ball off a moving car and somehow manages to land it in the hoop.

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(H/T to Bro Bible)

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It seems cheerleaders these days are getting more and more scantily-clad. For evidence, see the new uniforms of the Dallas Mavericks dancers. Put simply, they don't leave much to the imagination.

Dallas isn't the only NBA city where cheerleaders are taking some liberties with their outfits. The Atlanta Hawks cheerleaders are going with a more risque look as well. And during a recent game between the Hawks and the Washington Wizards, a young kid couldn't contain his excitement over the uniform.

This teen, who is the younger brother of Atlanta Hawks star Al Horford, was caught ogling at a Hawks dancer as she passed out candy. His reaction is absolutely hilarious and has garnered hundreds of thousands of YouTube views in less than 24 hours.

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Maybe he's just excited about the candy. Then again, probably not.

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If you aren't familiar with the trick shot artists "How Ridiculous," you will be soon. These guys have uploaded dozens of jaw-dropping trick shot videos to YouTube, and they've even set world records in the process of filming their insanely creative stunts.

They recently released a bowling video, and suffice it to say it's a must watch. These guys nail strikes from a car, with a tennis ball and even on a soccer header.

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If you like what you see, and feel like watching more bowling trick shots, a slew of comedians recently made their own humorous compilation.

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British golfer Gary Evans has recorded a mediocre-at-best career, with his best Major finish being fifth at the 2002 British Open.

So his most salient contribution to the game of golf may come in the form of this trick shot. Not ideal, perhaps, but in his defense, this is an amazing shot.

The 43-year-old Evans juggles the ball on his club before tapping it into his mouth. Then he spits out the ball and strikes it, all in one fluid motion.

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After the stroke, you can hear someone in the background yell, "That's just amazing!" Right you are, sir.

(H/T to Yardbarker)

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