The Top Ten Funniest Detroit Sports GIFs of 2013

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It was an eventful year in Detroit sports, full of big wins, big losses and lots of hilarious moments that were deemed GIF worthy by the masses. Things might not have always gone right on the court, ice, diamond or field, but at least there were lighthearted glimpses into stadium life that helped (somewhat) to redeem any sense of failure. Check out the "Top Ten Funniest Detroit Sports GIFs of 2013" and relive all the laughs:

The Top Ten Funniest Detroit Sports GIFs of 2013

10. Fairley's feet barely make it past Fox's bottomline.

GIF Credit: Guyism

 

9. Denard was never known for his throwing power.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GIF Credit: SBNation

 

8. Joseph Fauria has the distinction of having the best/worst touchdown celebrations.

GIF Credit: Guyism and CJZero

 

7. Nothing funny about Pavel... But he sure makes other people look hillarious.

GIF Credit: Sporting News

 

6. The best thing Prince Fielder did in Detroit.

GIF Credit: BigLead

 

5. The worst thing Prince Fielder did in Detroit.

GIF Credit: Big Lead

 

4. Kind of sums up the whole season.

GIF Credit: The Huffington Post

 

3. No words can do justice to this Detroit Pistons dance battle.

GIF Credit: USA Today

 

2. Never forget this GIF... EVER.

GIF Credit: Guyism

 

1. Duhhh.... This had to be number one.

GIF Credit: Big Lead

 

 

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