Buzzing on Yahoo Sports:

Ball Don't Lie

Video: Warriors owner Joe Lacob got excited for his birthday

Eric Freeman
Ball Don't Lie

If you haven't heard, on Tuesday night the Golden State Warriors beat the Miami Heat 111-106 in overtime. It was a crazy game, with the Warriors coming back from 17 down in the second half, not getting a shot off on the final possession of regulation, and shutting down Miami's stars in the fourth quarter and extra period. It was unexpected and thrilling, the sort of game that happens in Oakland every so often but never ceases to amaze.

Tuesday was also the birthday of Joe Lacob, now in his second full season as majority owner of the franchise. Understandably, he was excited that the Warriors came through with the biggest win of his tenure on his very special day. On the other hand, he probably got a little too amped about the whole thing. Check out the video above. Or, if you want it forever, check out the animated GIF from Timothy Burke at Mocksession. After that, try to get it out of your brain. It will be very difficult.

Then again, maybe he wasn't even excited about the game. I bet someone got him the socks he wanted!

View Comments (7)

Recommended for You

  • Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston will not play Saturday night against Clemson

    Florida State dropped some big news late Friday night. After originally stating that Heisman Trophy winning quarterback Jameis Winston would be suspended for the first half of Saturday night’s game against Clemson, the school announced via a statement from interim president Garnett Stokes and…

    Dr. Saturday
  • UFC Fight Night 52 results: Miesha Tate wins uninspired decision over Rin Nakai

    Miesha Tate looked to continue her comeback tour against Octagon newcomer Rin Nakai on the main card of today's (Sat., Sept. 20, 2014) UFC Fight Night 52: "Hunt vs. Nelson" Fight Pass event at the Saitama Super Arena in Saitama, Japan. Success .

    SB Nation
  • Rex Chapman arrested for allegedly stealing $14,000 in merchandise from Arizona Apple Store

    Former NBA guard Rex Chapman, who played 12 seasons for four teams over a well-regarded career, was arrested Friday for allegedly stealing more than $14,000 in merchandise from a Scottsdale, Arizona Apple Store. According to area police, the 46-year-old Chapman stole the items over seven different…

    Ball Don't Lie
  • Thiago Silva's ex-wife posts video of him allegedly high on cocaine and searching their house

    While the court case against Thiago Silva may not be going forward, is ex-wife is apparently publishing her own evidence of his actions. Well, this certainly does not look good for Thiago Silva, and could get a lot worse depending on what other

    SB Nation
  • WWE releases two Developmental roster members

    Multiple sources are confirming that WWE has released two members of the NXT/Developmental roster today.  Neither had been featured prominently on television, but both had appeared. One of the releases is Kendall Skye (real name Kendra Smith), a

    SB Nation
  • Players react with disdain to Roger Goodell's news conference

    On Friday afternoon, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell ended more than a week of silence by holding a tense, slightly contentious news conference. Topics included the NFL's missteps in handling the Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson cases, the league's new domestic violence and personal conduct policies,…

    Shutdown Corner
  • Ravens release statement following ESPN Outside The Lines story

    The Ravens offered a brief statement concerning the ESPN Outside The Lines story that published early Friday evening. The Ravens will address all of these next week in Baltimore after our trip to Cleveland for Sunday's game against the Browns." John Harbaugh will likely get asked about the report…

    SB Nation
  • Thornton on Wilson's offseason comments: 'I don't need somebody else telling me we can't do it'

    Count the former captain among the many who believe the Sharks don't need a rebuild or culture change. Anyone who believed the start of training camp would bring with it an instant dissipation of all the frustration, anger and drama that characterized a bizarre Sharks offseason was woefully…

    SB Nation
  • Report: Bridgewater Won't Start Without Adrian Peterson?

    The following is an interview with Jason Cole of Bleacher Report. .on what he's heard regarding the status of rookie quarterback Teddy Bridgewater, allegedly from speaking to a Minnesota Vikings coach. For starters, I understand that Adrian Peterson has been the centerpiece of the Minnesota…

    SB Nation
    Sun, Sep 21
    10:00 AM PDT
    Minnesota at New Orleans
    Preview Game
  • Ron Washington's misguided news conference could be hiding ugly truth

    The NFL’s descent into ugliness over the past two weeks taught the sports world the power and import of the whole truth, something apparently lost on the crisis-management team Ron Washington hired. The bizarre, uncomfortable news conference Washington held Thursday to shed light on his resignation…

    Yahoo Sports
  • Dion Jordan has suspension lifted ... then gets another four-game ban

    Hey, good news for Miami Dolphins defensive end Dion Jordan: His four-game suspension was lifted as part of the league's new drug policy. Jordan, the third pick of last year's draft, served two games of a four-game ban for violating the league's policy on performance-enhancing drugs, and just as…

    Shutdown Corner
    Sun, Sep 21
    1:25 PM PDT
    Kansas City at Miami
    Preview Game
  • The Steps To Success

    Who is the one person who has had the biggest impact on your life?

    AdChoicesstrayerSponsored
  • Drogba dedicates time to mentoring Hazard as Belgian seeks to raise his game

    One of the most interesting aspects of Eden Hazard's footballing personality is the way he seems to get attached to the older generation of stars. Last year he latched onto Samuel Eto'o, and this time around it's apparently Didier Drogba who's taken it upon himself to shape Hazard into the sort of…

    SB Nation
  • Mayweather called before Nevada boxing commission

    Once again, Floyd Mayweather Jr. has some explaining to do. Nevada boxing regulators have ordered Mayweather to appear before them next week to answer questions about scenes aired on the Showtime network prior to his fight Saturday night against Marcos Maidana. Specifically, they want to ask…

    The Associated Press
  • Spoiler, notes from TNA Impact tapings in Bethlehem, PA (September 16 & 18): Brodus Clay's new name, and a new champ!

    The latest round of tapings for Spike TV (for now)'s TNA Impact have been taking place this week in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.  That not being, you know, New York City, reports on the proceedings have been a little slow to become available.  Attendance, you see, isn't quite the standing room-only…

    SB Nation
  • Play

    LeBron James Got His Hairline Back

    LeBron James has had one hell of an offseason. First, he decided to leave the Miami Heat in free agency and return home to the Cleveland Cavaliers, and now he has gotten hair plugs (apparently). James made an appearance Tuesday night to promote his new line of shoes, but no one paid attention to…

    Wochit
  • By every measure, Joe Nathan is toast

    Brad Ausmus has given Joe Nathan plenty of rope. Tigers manager Brad Ausmus stubbornly clings to the notion that Joe Nathan is the closer. No matter that others, such as Joakim Soria, have "proven closer" stamped on their chest.

    SB Nation
  • Roy Nelson contemplates 'White Pride' tattoo, thinks UFC is protecting Cain Velasquez

    "Big Country" suggests UFC matchmakers have given Velasquez the same opponents over his last five fights in order to preserve him as division champion. Roy Nelson has said some pretty interesting things during his tenure with Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). Just ask Dana White.

    SB Nation