This poor kid will go down in history as arguably the worst free-thrower...ever.
Western Carolina (4-6) and Appalacian State (1-7) got together this weekend to play some basketball. But junior center Brian Okam stole the show for all the wrong reasons. We've seen underhanders, left-handers and plenty of airballs on the free throw line, but never have we ever seen an attempt this bad. As the commentator says, "Good Lord."
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Scoundrels, cheapskates and spoiled brats who ripped defeat from the jaws of victory.
As long as sports have been played in organized leagues, there have been team owners who have disgraced their respective games. Scoundrels, cheapskates and spoiled brats have always found a way to rip defeat from the jaws of victory — none worse than these 10 worst owners in sports history.