Choi Jun-seok of the Korean Baseball Organization may not be a household name. But a move the Doosan Bears slugger pulled against the Lotte Giants in game Monday night may change that. On a 1-0 count in the bottom of the eighth inning (with his team trailing 10-3), Jun-seok ripped a ball down the right field line that seemed foul immediately. But someone forgot to tell Jun-seok that. As soon as he made contact, the hitter flipped his bat nearly halfway to the third-base dugout. The ball ended up going somewhere between 50-75 feet foul. Did we mention Jun-seok's team was down by seven runs? The humbled batter later struck out swinging. Evidently, the premature bat flip is a "thing" in the KBO.
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Moving to basketball news, Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant got into a beef on social media with Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade after Durant suggested former teammate and current Houston Rockets guard James Harden should be on Sports Illustrated's list of top 10 players in the NBA instead of Wade.
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And Detroit Lions wide receiver Nate Burleson broke his arm in a car accident when he was distracted by a pizza falling off his front seat.