February 26, 2014 at 3:57 PM ET – A new video featuring Houston Rockets center Dwight Howard playing some one-on-one with a child before a recent game shows that you can should never underestimate your opponent. The Rockets were in Sacramento, California on Tuesday to square off against the Kings, but the eight-time NBA All-Star Howard decided to have some fun with an attendant to the game before it started.
In a new video uploaded to Youtube, 6’11” Howard can be seen playfully trying to prevent his pint-sized opponent from scoring. As the kid tries to take Howard to the hole, the NBA star swats his shot away. But no one could have foreseen what happened next, watch the video:
February 18, 2014 at 9:40 PM ET – Anyone who has ever driven a Toyota Scion xB has heard, at least once, that their vehicle “looks like a toaster.” But then there are those Scion owners that embrace the running joke about their compact car, and decide to have a little fun with the idea:
February 18, 2014 at 4:03 PM ET – We’re not quite sure whether this serious security guard at a Billa Supermarket is a fan of Kill Bill, or management wants to show that they’re slashing prices. In any case, potential shoplifters will think twice after seeing this katana-wielding store samurai shot by gumptionrusty of Bratislava, Slovakia.
February 17, 2014 at 9:38 PM ET – There’s nothing quite like the excitement two people share when attending a sporting event, and their faces appear on the Jumbotron “Kiss Cam.” Unless of course, those two people are brother and sister. Watch the funny reaction of two attendants at a University of Minnesota hockey game when the “kiss cam” zooms in on them, expecting a smooch from what everyone assumes are a couple:
February 17, 2014 at 7:45 AM ET – By now, you’ve probably heard the Nationwide Insurance jingle “Nationwide is on your side.” Apparently, it seems not everyone agrees with the slogan commonly heard in Nationwide’s car insurance commercials.
This red Toyota Matrix was spotted outside of a Lowe’s Home Improvement store in Murphy, Texas. Judging by the dents and makeshift painter’s tape job on the doors, it seems the vehicle had been in a recent accident. “Nationwide was NOT on our side” can be seen written on the car’s windows, suggesting that maybe the owner didn’t quite get the assistance that they had expected from their car insurance company.
February 15, 2014 at 10:30 PM ET – Some stores and businesses aren’t a fan of offering customers a credit line. At least one shop decided to be fair about offering credit, but let’s see how many customers will meet the requirement:
February 15, 2014 at 12:45 AM ET – WEWS-TV anchor Leon Bibb may have made a subconscious slip when it came to reporting what may happen to men who were unable to book reservations in advance for Cleveland restaurants on Valentines Day. Watch Bibb’s reaction after pointing out what some people would have trouble “getting in” on Friday: