Chris Paul and Blake Griffin, you may have met your match.

An alley-oop tandem at the Clifton R. Lewis Good Life Foundation Celebrity Game in Pennsylvania pulled off an absolutely ridiculous slam dunk that is quickly making its rounds on the Internet.

In the video below you'll see Patrick Robinson, a renowned ball handler, tap the basketball off the back of his foot and onto the backboard.

Then Gary "G" Smith, a renowned dunker, takes the rock and throws it down.

All in all this makes for an extremely impressive dunk.

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For one unfortunate woman, a friendly competition ended before it could get started thanks to an embarrassing fall.

In the video below, it appears that a pair of co-workers, or perhaps students, have set up a competition to see who can roll the furthest in a chair. The first guy to go scores a solid distance. But when his friend tries to match him, she falls flat on her back.

Perhaps this was karma for, you know, participating in a chair race at work.

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Brandon Moss knew it was coming.

After the Oakland A's first baseman crushed a walk-off home run to end a 19-inning marathon game between the A's and the Los Angeles Angels, he was in for a serious pieing.

But rather than sit back and let the shaving cream come to him, Moss preempted his teammates and decided to pie himself. That's right, during his post game interview, Moss took a plate full of cream and smashed it into his face.

Then, of course, he was hit with another pie and a Gatorade shower.

Leave it to the A's to think of new and unusual ways to celebrate.

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A new video trending on YouTube appears to show a gymnast bending the laws of gravity.

In the clip, posted a few days ago, a man does numerous flips during what can best be described as a "dizzying" routine. He finishes with a flourish that would impress even McKayla Maroney.

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A new video from filmmaker Brett Novak isn't your average skateboarding compilation.

Sure, it's got some cool tricks and lots of "Did-you-see-that?" moments. But this video goes above and beyond the standard skating film.

Novak shot the piece with skater Kilian Martin in India. In addition to some mind-bending acrobatics by Martin, Novak was sure to include plenty of gorgeous scenes of everyday life in India.

The final product, a result of several weeks of filming, is visually pleasing and extremely well done.

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ThePostGame.com hosted Carmelo Anthony in a Google+ Hangout just before the start of the playoffs, and the New York Knicks forward discussed everything from his scoring title to his favorite style of peanut butter.

The event was done in conjunction with ThisIsMelo.com, and The Melo Contributor Network, an online platform for amateur writers, graphic artists and videographers. Here are highlights of the hangout:

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Neither wind nor rain nor foreign terrain can faze YouTube trick shot extraordinaire Brodie Smith.

In a video released this week, Smith takes his act to China. He starts on the beach and moves to the city, where his trick shots get more and more creative. Wherever there's room for him to put his small, white garbage can, he'll produce an impressive trick shot.

And even on a cold day with rain and some wind, Smith is able to reel off several amazing throws.

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As if navigating a bike through a crowded metropolitan area wasn't difficult enough, imagine how hard it would be if your bike was 14.5-feet tall.

When Richie Trimble rode his humongous bike through the streets of Los Angeles, he wasn't just avoiding cars and other bikers, he also had other unusual obstacles -- like a kite and a freeway.

Trimble brought out his "Stoopidtall" bike for LA's annual CicLAvia, and safe to say it stood out. Trimble filmed his entire journey, which ended at Venice Beach.

The scariest part for Trimble was when he approached the 405 overpass. Unfortunately the highway was not build with 14.5-foot tall bikes in mind, and the squeeze was a little tighter than Trimble expected.

"I could see the top of the cars going by and I had never seen that before," Trimble told Streetsblog LA, "And everyone is cheering for me to touch the bridge. I reach up and high five the bridge. As I go under, I drag my hand along the top and I'm thinking, 'Wow, I’m probably the only person to have touched this besides the workers that built the overpass.'"

Thankfully, Trimble made it safely to the beach while filming this incredible video.

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And get this -- Trimble did the entire ride without a helmet. Defending himself on Reddit, Trimble said what he was doing was a "spectacle" and that he didn't need protection.

"Do circus performers wear helmets and body protection? It's clear that it's not a day to day activity," Trimble wrote.

Amazingly, Trimble's bike isn't the world's tallest -- that honor goes to this Cuban cyclist.

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A massive pileup about half a mile from the finish line completely altered the outcome of the second stage of the Presidential Cycling Tour of Turkey.

The second stage of the annual race, which attracts some of the world's top cyclists, was winding down when it appears Mark Renshaw's bike touched the tire of the rider in front of him. Renshaw, who was in second place at that point, immediately went down. And he brought nearly everyone behind him to a standstill.

Plain and simple, this is one of the worst crashes you'll see in a cycling event.

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Talk about a terrible way to end a stage. Let's hope all the riders came out of this crash unhurt.

(H/T to For The Win)

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Before he was a celebrated quarterback at Michigan State, before he was Robert Griffin III's backup in Washington, Kirk Cousins starred on a different sort of stage.

Cousins, it turns out, has a robust singing voice to match his strong arm.

During Michigan State's spring game, where Cousins was working in the booth as a broadcaster, the Big Ten Network showed some clips of Cousins during his days at Holland Christian High School. And while Cousins seems to be embarrassed to see the video, it's actually quite impressive.

Cousins can carry a tune with the best of them, and his renditions of "Oh What a Beautiful Morning" and "Pretty Woman" aren't bad for someone destined to be an NFL quarterback.

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While his singing is certainly top notch, Cousins' outfits might earn him some ribbing from his teammates. The cowboy hat and bandana is one thing, but the green shirt and green tie is not working for him.

(H/T to For The Win)

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