Found March 25, 2013 on
Videobombs are being dropped all over the sporting world, but Miami’s Julian Gamble is stealing the show.
Gamble couldn’t help but videobomb teammate Shane Larkin‘s postgame interview after the Hurricanes’ win over Illinois over the weekend, but it wasn’t the first epic videobomb Gamble has dropped lately. During head coach Jim Larranaga‘s interview during the ACC Tournament, Gamble even managed to steal the reporters’ attention.
Check out both V-bombs below.
Thumbnail and GIF via Business Insider
Second GIF via SBNation
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This, my friends, will be the best videobomb of this year’s NCAA Tournament. It took place after Miami (FL) held off Illinois 63-59 to advance to the Sweet 16. Miami senior big man Julian Gamble got teammate Shane Larkin in Larkin’s post game interview. Larkin hit a huge three-pointer in the last minute and finished with 17 points. Gamble finished with two points, five...
Miami Hurricanes’ Julian Gamble is up to his photobombing ways again. During the ACC Tournament, Gamble photobombed his coach during an interview. This time, Shane Larkin was being interviewed after The U beat Illinois and Gamble photobombed him. Gamble has certainly perfected his method and I hope he continues to do this as the Hurricanes continue their NCAA Tournament...
Miami Hurricanes men's basketball coach Jim Larranaga danced like legendary boxer Muhammad Ali in the locker room after Sunday's win over Illinois to reach the round of the Sweet 16 in the NCAA tournament.
Larranaga was giving his postgame speech when he told his players "I asked you guys to be fighters. You know what I saw out there? Muhammad Ali!"
The University of Miami’s mens basketball team will be without big man Reggie Johnson for the NCAA tournament Sweet 16. It was announced today that Johnson suffered a lower extremity injury in Sunday’s win over Illinois and his return was listed as uncertain. Miami coach Jim Larranaga did not discuss the injury before the team left for Washington, DC today.
Miami center Reggie Johnson had surgery Tuesday to repair a minor meniscus issue, said a person familiar with the situation.
Johnson did not accompany the Hurricanes to Washington on Tuesday night, though could play in the Final Four if Miami wins the East Regional this weekend, the person told The Associated Press because the school did not publicly disclose the surgery.
AUSTIN, Texas - Miami players Trey McKinney Jones, Julian Gamble and Kenny Kadji discuss the NCAA Tournament third round matchup with Illinois.
CORAL GABLES, Fla. (AP) --Miami center Reggie Johnson had surgery Tuesday to repair a minor meniscus issue, said a person familiar with the situation.
Johnson did not accompany the Hurricanes to Washington on Tuesday night, though could play in the Final Four if Miami wins the East Regional this weekend, the person told The Associated Press because the school did not publicly disclose...
Just asking a question: bloated or pregnant? When’s the last time you saw a Miami Hurricanes cheerleader looking like she needed some Gas-X softgels? Never, right? Of course we’ll get blasted by women for asking such a question, but it’s not like they’re not thinking the same thing we’re asking.
Anyway, in other Florida basketball news, the Gators get to play a #14 seed...
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) There was no question about Shane Larkin's go-ahead 3-pointer for Miami.
The ball that appeared to ricochet off the hands of Miami's Kenny Kadji seconds later but went to the Hurricanes -- well, look at the replay.
Regardless, there is no overturning the fact that the Hurricanes are going to the NCAA round of 16 for only the second time in school history...
A closer look at Illinois' NCAA Tournament third round opponent -- the Miami Hurricanes.
Miami Hurricane's Julian Gamble is giving the Heat's Chris Bosh a run for his money with this epic videobomb on Shane Larkin following the win over Illinois.
Two big bits of news this morning until JP comes through with today’s DMV a little bit later:
1. Our old friend Jim Larranaga seemed to be having a good time after his Miami Hurricanes advanced to the Sweet 16, where they’ll play in D.C.
2. George Mason is officially leaving the CAA for the A-10. Good for them, but probably bad for JMU.