Wednesday, March 18, 2009
Today's Top 10 Video Highlights
By Michael Cupo
The Best for March 18th, 2009
- 1. Barack-Etology - President Barack Obama fills out his NCAA Tournament brackets.
- 2. SportsCenter Bracket Challenge - Dwyane Wade, Samuel L. Jackson make their NCAA Tournament selections.
- 3. Look Out Below! - SportsCenter reveals it's not always the biggest stars who fall the hardest.
- 4. Wednesday Dunk Contest - Jemele Hill, Skip Bayless rate the best dunks in the NBA and college basketball.
- 5. It's All In The Details A-Rod - Skip Bayless and Jemele Hill wonder what A-Rod was thinking when he did his photo shoot with details.
- 6. Historic Night For Hockey - NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman on Martin Brodeur's record setting night.
- 7. Mike And Mike: Message To Greeny - Mike and Mike's college hoops analyst want Greeny to stop bugging them.
- 8. David Wright On Lifting USA To Win - U.S. eliminates Puerto Rico, reaches semis with three-run rally in ninth.
- 9. On The Clock: New York Giants - Mike Tirico, Trent Dilfer, Chris Mortensen and Mel Kiper Jr. tell you what the Giants need to do in the draft.
- 10. Iguodala Hits Buzzer-Beater For Win - Andre Iguodala hit last-second three-pointer to give Sixers 94-93 win over Lakers.
Best of the Rest
- 11. LeBron's Last-Minute Rally Leads Cavs - LeBron James scores 43, including five in the final minute, to lead Cavs past Magic, 97-93.
- 12. Korea Advances To Semifinals After 4-1 Win - Korea defeats Japan, 4-1, in World Baseball Classic; Japan will face Cuba in elimination game on Wednesday.
- 13. Morehead State Keeps Dancing - Morehead State coach Donnie Tyndall talks to Erin Andrews about his team's win in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament over Alabama State.
- 14. Daily Dime TV - Ten Drops of NBA Knowledge.
- 15. World Baseball Classic Update: March 18 - Paul Severino updates the latest news from the World Baseball Classic.
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Michael J Cupo is ESPN Digital Media's associate director of video-on-demand... World's Best!