Video footage shows the moment a mass brawl involving 60 people broke out at a US high-school basketball match.
Several small fights can be seen covering the entire court as others try and diffuse the situation.
A police officer and a high school basketball player were treated for minor injuries with police officers forced to ask for backup from neighbouring police departments.
Firefighters were also called to help ventilate the school after officers used their pepper spray.
The incident took place in Clairton, Pennsylvania during a match between Clairton and Monessen schools on February 6.
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Milwaukee Bucks All-Star Giannis Antetokounmpo goes up for an alley-oop dunk and literally jumps over the New York Knicks' Tim Hardaway Jr. to throw it down.
Like many Philadelphia Eagles fans, comedian Kevin Hart just wanted to celebrate the team’s first Super Bowl victory. He was able to do just that … until he tried to get on the stage during the Super Bowl trophy presentation.
As Darrell Green was bringing the Lombardi Trophy up to the stage, NBC cameras caught a member of NFL security denying Hart from trying to get up there during the celebration.
Former NFL running back Herschel Walker accused the NFL of essentially giving out "hush money" to stop players from kneeling for the national anthem.
The 1982 Heisman Trophy winner highlighted the fact that the NFL in late November offered $100 million to social justice organizations favored by players.
The move was widely viewed as an attempt by the league to end the controversy surrounding the anthem protests.
"The league gave the players a large sum of money toward their cause. That's hush money," he said, adding that players never should have been kneeling in the first place.
It was an incredible moment for the high school basketball team at Imagine Prep, when a special needs player made an impressive three-pointer shot, during a game a week ago.
The crowd instantly erupted in cheers, including players from the opposing team. Derek Waggoner recalls the crowd chanting his name from the bleachers, as he positioned himself for a three-pointer shot.
After his first attempt, he was given a second chance. The ball goes in and the crowd roars with excitement. Waggoner has a developmental disability. However, despite the everyday challenges, he remains committed to putting his all, into everything he does.
"Just seeing Derek everyday is remarkable," said Sean Sachau, Athletic Director for Imagine Prep. "He is a good kid. He's got a passion for sports."
Sachau says Waggoner has always enjoyed shooting a three-pointer.
"It feels like the further he gets back, the better accuracy he has, so he lined up right up across the half court line, and he drained it," said Sachau.
The best part of the night was everyone in the crowd cheering Waggoner on, even those from the opposing team.
"Just to see the reaction of all the kids come together after he made the shot was truly remarkable," said Sachau.
Waggoner's teammates say he always keeps them going.
"He makes us want to go harder, and he's always out there pushing us, and we just love having him," said one player.
"My teammates are good stuff right there," said Waggoner. "It's been awesome."
"It's a special moment that he is going to live with for the rest of his life," said Sachau.
It hasn’t been the craziest week in terms of Super Bowl storylines. That was, until Sunday morning.
ESPN’s Dianna Russini shared this via Twitter: “Right now on ESPN NFL Countdown it’s brought to light about what many in the league have been hearing which this game could possibly be both Bill Belichick and Tom Brady’s final games. Both could be hanging it up. Post game could be incredible tonight if this becomes truth.”
Right now on @espn NFL Countdown it’s brought to light about what many in the league have been hearing which this game could possibly be both Bill Belichick and Tom Brady’s final games. Both could be hanging it up. Post game could be incredible tonight if this becomes truth.
MMA fighter Timothy Woods knocks himself out 83 sec. into the fight.
Australian tennis brat Nick Kyrgios breaks his racquet in a tantrum during the Davis Cup.
Russell Westbrook and a Denver Nuggets fan get into a minor altercation on the Pepsi Center court after the Oklahoma City Thunder's 127-124 loss behind Gary Harris' buzzer-beating 3.
The father of three Larry Nassar sex assault victims lunged at the disgraced doctor in a Michigan courtroom Friday, just moments after yelling he wanted "one minute with that b------!"
After two of his daughters spoke, the father, Randall Margraves, asked the judge to grant him “five minutes in a locked room with this demon.” The judge denied the request, so the man asked for one minute and then lunged at Nassar.
Court officers almost immediately subdued the man and he was not able to reach Nassar, who is accused of abusing hundreds of young girls.
“I want that son of a b----! Give me one minute with that b------!” Margraves yelled as he was handcuffed.
A teenage boy with Down's Syndrome made an incredible basketball trickshot to cheering crowds at his school - and a member of the Harlem Globetrotters.
James Meiergerd's special moment was captured on camera and shows just how pleased he was in the heartwarming moment.
The 18-year-old pulled of an amazing backward half-court basket - for the second time - after his first attempt went viral and was picked up by local news channels.
The clip was watched by the Harlem Globetrotters and they were so impressed that they decided to send one of their players, Orlando Melendez, to the teen's school in Nebraska to witness it for himself.
Phoenix Suns guard Isaiah Canaan suffered a horrific lower leg injury that looked exactly the same as the one that struck down Boston Celtics forward Gordon Hayward.
As time wound down during his sides contest against the Dallas Mavericks and with the Suns holding an 18-point lead, Canaan drove towards the rim.
Launching off the court and towards the hoop, Canaan was bumped by Mavericks guards Yogi Ferrell and Wesley Matthews as he tumbled off balance.
Canaan landed on the hardwood with his left foot caught under his body with the impact of the landing forcing the severe injury.
As if the crossover wasn't vicious enough, Tyrik Dixon pointed at him.
Roger Federer withstood a Marin Cilic comeback to successfully defend his Australian Open title and win a 20th grand slam crown.
Cilic recovered from two sets to one and a break down to force a fifth set but Federer proved stronger in the end to win 6-2 6-7 (5/7) 6-3 3-6 6-1 and join Novak Djokovic and Roy Emerson in claiming his sixth title in Melbourne.
The 36-year-old, the second oldest man to win a slam title behind Ken Rosewall, moves four clear again of Rafael Nadal in terms of overall titles and is only three behind Serena Williams and four adrift of all-time record holder Margaret Court.
When Cilic lost the first four games in 12 minutes, it looked like the match might be as one-sided as their Wimbledon final last summer, when struggles with blisters reduced the Croatian to tears.
This was the third time Cilic has been in this position having won the US Open in 2014 but the nerves were obvious as he lined up against a man in his 30th slam final.
A streaker tries to outrun security at Game Five of the One Day International Series between Australia and England at Optus Stadium, Perth.
Jaden scored 70 points tonight in a 115-31 win for Downey Christian girls. She had 17 3's (17-24 from 3, 24-38 total, 5/5 FT)
This is the moment an on-pitch battle broke out during a "friendly" game between Rhyl FC and Leeds United.
As a result, Rhyl has been hit with a £200 penalty from Football Association of Wales for "bringing the game into disrepute" and two players have received three-match bans.
Menwhile Leeds United has been given a warning by the FA, the Daily Post reports.
The footage shows some players from Rhyl and the Leeds United under-23 team getting into a scrap on the pitch - with more of their teammates then joining in.
They eventually had to be broken up by their team mates and the game had to be abandoned.
Halfcourt shots are hard to hit. NBA players miss them before the end of every quarter. We’ve even seen Stephen Curry struggle to hit them. But this Lakers fan hit one on his first try and won $100,000 doing it!
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James had been practicing all the week and then he decided to be the halftime regalement at a high school basketball game.
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This is what clean technique looks like! It's not always about power but how well you can execute your technique during a fight.
P.S There was medical staff at this event. The opponent received immediate medical care.
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A local builder is $50,000 richer after taking a spectacular one-handed catch in New Zealand's one-day international clash with Pakistan.
Craig Dougherty, 34, was in a 'catch zone' at University Oval in Dunedin, New Zealand, on Saturday when the ball came his way.
Mr Dougherty snatched the ball out of the air after it was sent to the boundary by opener Martin Guptill off the bowling of Mohammad Amir.
President Donald Trump's appearance at the College Football Playoff championship has apparently drawn the ire of some of its attendants — including a key member of the Alabama Crimson Tide.
Ahead of Alabama's matchup against Georgia in the title game, running back Bo Scarbrough could be seen (and heard) yelling "F— Trump" while the Tide walked off the field after pregame warmups.
It will be interesting to see what ramifications — if any — Scarbrough faces for his comments. For his part, Bo denies making that specific comment; he insists he said 'F— Georgia.'
Alabama linebacker Mekhi Brown punched a Georgia player and then was restrained during a brief altercation on his own sideline during Monday’s National Championship.
Brown was penalized for unsportsmanlike conduct after hitting a Dawg in the head. Bama coach Nick Saban had apparently harsh words for Brown on his way to the sideline afterward. When ESPN’s cameras cut over to Brown again, he was being brought to the ground while gesturing angrily on the Tide’s sideline.
A wave of spontaneous protests over Iran’s weak economy swept into Tehran on Saturday, with college students and others chanting against the government just hours after hard-liners held their own rally in support of the Islamic Republic’s clerical establishment.
The demonstrations appear to be the largest to strike the Islamic Republic since the protests that followed the country’s disputed 2009 presidential election.
Thousands already have taken to the streets of cities across Iran, beginning at first on Thursday in Mashhad, the country’s second-largest city and a holy site for Shiite pilgrims.
The protests in the Iranian capital, as well as U.S. President Donald Trump tweeting about them, raised the stakes. It also apparently forced state television to break its silence, acknowledging it hadn’t reported on them on orders from security officials.
“Counter-revolution groups and foreign media are continuing their organized efforts to misuse the people’s economic and livelihood problems and their legitimate demands to provide an opportunity for unlawful gatherings and possibly chaos,” state TV said.
The NFL is not just losing white viewers. The NFL isn’t just losing black viewers. No, the NFL is hemorrhaging viewers of all races and ages, and they’re doing so at a frightening pace.
With the NFL’s Week 4 in the rear-view mirror, a review of TV ratings through the league’s first month show that the NFL has lost millions of viewers year-over-year, a decline that has picked up speed so far this year. As Awful Announcing recently put it, “It seems everyone is mad at the NFL.”
Overall, viewership is down seven percent over 2016, which is bad enough for the league. However, this year’s slippage is not the first. Indeed, 2016 — the year of the first national anthem protests — saw a nine percent decline over 2015.
With TV viewers still leaving the NFL in droves, the continued drop in viewers puts an ignominious end to last year’s claim that the decline for the 2016 season was likely temporary and was only due to people spending more time watching the 2016 presidential election cycle. This year’s decline seems to clearly prove that there is far more to the higher number of people turning away from football than just the temporary diversion of an election cycle.
President Trump’s golf game surprised even professional golfers over the holiday break, keeping up with the PGA players through the first nine holes. Fred and Taylor Funk, a father-son professional duo, told CNN on Tuesday that the president shocked them with the quality of his play.
“[His game] was good. He shot a legit 36 on the front 9,” Taylor Funk said. “I was really surprised.”
The golfer added however that Trump’s game faltered in the later holes, after he “got a little tired.” Still, Funk said, the president played “decent” on the back nine.
The report from the golfers lends credence to Sen. Lindsey Graham’s (R-SC) claim that Trump shot a 73 “in windy and wet conditions.”