2. D-League Dunkers Delight

The NBA's slam dunk contest was so widely considered a disappointment this year that some have even has suggested a hiatus. The D-League dunk contest, however, showed that instead of a few years off, dunkers need to simply reduce the use of props and neon tape and go back to the basics -- astounding us with their athleticism.

4. Owens' IFL Debut

When zero NFL teams offered Terrell Owens a contract before this past season, many thought the 38-year-old wide receiver's football career had come to an end. Owens put those thoughts to rest in his IFL debut, with three catches -- all for touchdowns -- and 53 yards.

5. Weber Wins, Goes Crazy

Pete Weber, 49, needed a strike in the 10th frame to win the U.S. Open for a record fifth time. He nailed the strike, and then proceeded to act like a crazy person.

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