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YouTube Top 10: Because Lebron's son is also very good at basketball

Look out for an unbelievable trick shot from the eight-year-old in this week’s edition.

10. It’s a well-known fact that some kids grow much faster than others. Hence, American Football, at junior level, can feature some drastic mismatches, such as the one below.

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9. Just in case you’re the one person who hasn’t witnessed Joey Barton’s hilarious recent performance, here it is one more time in all its glory, as reported by Sky Sports News:

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8. Granted, it takes him four shots, but for an eight-year-old, this isn’t half bad. It’s therefore no surprise to learn that the individual in question is none other than the son of LeBron James.

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7. It’s a shame all referees aren’t this cool.

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6. Continuing this week’s theme of ridiculously impressive trick shots, here’s Kyle Singler of the Detroit Pistons.

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5. Alan Pardew, like most people, was highly amused by Joey Barton’s recent antics.

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h/t Balls.ie

4. Ireland’s victory over Argentina was so enjoyable and beautiful to watch that we figure it’s worth at least one more look.

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3. Arsenal fans will be hoping Lukas Podolski can score goals as impressive as this one more often.

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2. It’s not often you see a 15-man try in rugby, but here’s a rare example.

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1. In case you missed it originally, Hot Chip have a new football-inspired video out, and it’s a little on the strange side.

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