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This is our weekly look at the most popular — or in some cases our personal favorite — videos on Clippit over the past week. Clippit is an awesome app that allows us to quickly grab 30-second clips from several live TV broadcasts and share them on social media. 

Kevin Harlan calls replay of Blazers fan’s half-court shot in very Kevin Harlan fashion

Portland Trail Blazers fan Peter Crum nailed a half-court shot to win a Toyota Sienna during a break of the team’s game against the Oklahoma City Thunder last Thursday. And the game happened to be on TNT, with Kevin Harlan doing play-by-play.

Well, TNT showed a replay of the half-court shot, and Harlan provided a fantastic call:

Let’s take another look at that shot! The expression! The follow-through! YES! I’M GOIN’ HOME IN A NEW RIDE, BABY!

My man, Peter Crum! He’ll be bringing home something very nice tonight.

And because I know many of you immediately thought of this… here’s Harlan’s amazing call of the idiot on the field.

Rip Hamilton gives Kevin McHale crap for drafting Wally Szczerbiak instead of him in the 1999 NBA Draft

Greg Anthony, Rip Hamilton, and Kevin McHale were on a “Players only” TNT broadcast last week, and Hamilton used it as an opportunity to mock McHale for passing on him in the 1999 NBA Draft (McHale was the Minnesota Timberwolves’ general manager).

Awful Announcing’s Andrew Bucholtz has much more detail and analysis on the exchange, but here are the videos he provided on Clippit:

ESPN made a Duke/UNC promo, Stranger Things style

This was a neat find from Matt Mullin on Clippit:

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