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Last night was the only night of the summer when there were no professional sports. Thus, the ESPY's happened. Sloane looked hot. So did Brooklyn Decker and every other celebrity woman in attendance. Landon Donovan's goal won the Best Moment in Sports. And Steve Carrell spoofed ESPN's infamous LeBron wank-fest known as "The Decision" by choosing Outback Steakhouse over Chili's. Only a few people cared.
Hopefully you were able to catch up on your Netflix queue because, in reality, the ESPY's are the Worldwide Leader's brilliant way of taking a breath and patting itself on the back before the mania of football season. It's another contrived, dull awards show meant to ease the hot, humid trudge through a period of sports purgatory.
Here at BroBible, we've created a meta-award show equivalent to the ESPYs: The Douche-Ys. Almost as meaningless as the ESPYs, the Douche-Ys honor the hard-working anchors, analysts, and sideline reporters at ESPN whose varying degrees of on-the-job douchiness deserve to be recognized. We've compiled 25 different winners based on 25 different events, missteps, on-air gaffes, controversies, scandals, and explosive ESPN-related flare-ups. All deserve raised eyebrows and a round of applause for dazzling us with their appalling levels of douchiness over the past year. After the jump, the awards for ESPN's 25 douchiest moment over the past year.