Sports just wouldn't be the same without any celebratory traditions. Just think, what if there was never such a thing as the Lambeau Leap, the Prime Time Dance, or the iconic images of Babe Ruth reacting to his home runs? Watching sports just wouldn't be the same if you didn't get to experience a team's joy through seeing them chest bump, hug, and dance like fools. Tuesday's Broomball teams certainly had reason to celebrate! With unparelled action on the court followed by some serious team bonding at the bar, how could they resist some serious high fiving. So with that in mind, here are our 5 favorite high fives (in no particular order):
"Hell's Mel" congratulates fellow Broomsday Device (Forest) player on a great play:
Gotham Blades (Royal) know that an epic save deserves an epic high five:
Sunny Side Up (Red) had lots of reasons to celebrate as they came back from a 2-goal deficit to take first place:
Fist bumps count, too:
But not much beats the sight of a team celebrating all together:
Thank goodness it's not really the prohibition or else these Broomballers would have to socialize at a speakeasy after their games!
What do Richard Petty, UConn Women’s Basketball, The New England Patriots, and NYC Social Sports Club’s Sunny Side Up (Red) have in common? They all own the record for longest win streak in their sport.
On Tuesday, Sunny Side Up (Red) lengthened their streak to 27 in a row with an impressive win over a very good Gotham Blades (Royal) Broomball team. While we are still waiting for a call back from Guinness World Records you’ll be happy to know that we have updated the statistic on Wikipedia.