The 20 best sports bloopers of 2014

We rounded up a list of our 20 favorite faceplants, botched celebrations and otherwise embarrassing moments of 2014.
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Enough of this business celebrating the top moments in sports this year, because we all know what really moves the needle: good old-fashioned schadenfreude. We rounded up a list of our 20 favorite faceplants, botched celebrations and otherwise embarrassing moments of 2014.

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. Stephen Tulloch parties too hard

The Lions defensive end injured his ACL in a game against the Packers after celebrating a sack on Aaron Rodgers.

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. So does Lamarr Houston

The Bears linebacker tore his ACL while celebrating a sack on Patriots backup Jimmy Garoppolo in the closing minutes of a 28-point loss.

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. Nick Young celebrates a miss

The Lakers forward forgot to make sure the ball actually made it into the hoop. It did not.

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. Water is confusing

Phil Kessel really needs a straw.

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. LeBron forgets how to dribble

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. Is this the worst flop of the year?

Lance Stephenson's elaborate acting performance ends with a nap.

. OR maybe it's this one

. Wait, no, this  is DEFINITELY the worst flop of the year

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. Brian Gionta spits on himself

And then realizes he's on live TV.

. Kaelin Clay drops the ball

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. Mike Cammalleri takes the ice with no blades

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. Korean baseball player slides on face

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. Tony Parker forgets how to shoot a free throw

. Flying bat attacks

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. Caroline Wozniacki gets hair caught in racket

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. Germany's free-kick fail

. Amar'e Stoudemire swats at thin air

. Alex Rios drops fly ball on Leonys Martin's head

. Rory McIlroy's drive lands in spectator's pocket

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. Anthem singer falls, keeps singing like a pro

Mark Donnelly is our hero.