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2010 ESPY Award WINNERS – Full List (Funny VIDEOS: Seth Myers, Steve Carell and Paul Rudd)

Full 2010 ESPY Winners List...

LEAVE LEBRON JAMES ALONE!

Last night during the 2010 ESPY Awards with all the most prominent current sports figures in one room, the main joke was always at Lebron’s expense.  Jaaayzus.  Am I the only person on earth who supports Lebron?  Don’t we teach our kids to work hard, excel at their chosen profession and to feel personally fulfilled in life?  I’m sick of the public verbal flogging of Lebron.

Whew.  I needed to get that out.

AnyLEBRONRULES.  I’ve got the full list of winners (oh, and I still can’t stand Olympic skier, Lindsay Vonn), Seth Myers’ opening monologue and Steve Carell along with My Imaginary Boyfriend, Paul Rudd (being supercute and funny).

( 2010 ESPY Winners are in bold.)

BEST MALE ATHLETE
Drew Brees, NFL

Kobe Bryant, NBA
LeBron James, NBA
Jimmie Johnson, NASCAR
Albert Pujols, MLB

BEST FEMALE ATHLETE
Maya Moore, NCAA Basketball
Diana Taurasi, WNBA
Lindsey Vonn, Skiing

Serena Williams, Tennis

BEST PLAY
Brian Kownacki, Fordham
Brett Favre, Vikings

Rajon Rondo, Celtics
Mark Buehrle, White Sox

ESPY PERSEVERANCE AWARD
George Karl, Nuggets

BEST CHAMPIONSHIP PERFORMANCE
Drew Brees

Anthony Johnson
Michael Phelps
Shaun White

ARTHUR ASHE COURAGE AWARD
Aplington-Parkersburg (Iowa) High School Ed Thomas’ family

BEST BREAKTHROUGH ATHLETE
Brittney Griner, Baylor
Chris Johnson, Tennessee

Stephen Strasburg, Nationals
John Wall, Kentucky basketball

BEST COMEBACK
Kim Clijsters, Tennis

BEST RECORD-BREAKING PERFORMANCE
Usain Bolt
Brett Favre
Roger Federer
Connecticut Women’s Basketball
Isner vs. Mahut at Wimbledon

BEST UPSET
Frankie Edgar over B.J. Penn, MMA
Hawaii
softball upsets #1 Alabama
Northern Iowa shocks No. 1 Kansas, Men’s Basketball

Y. E. Yang stuns Tiger Woods, PGA Championship

BEST GAME

Twins beat Tigers in Extra Innings (AL Central One-Game Tiebreak)
Canada edges USA in Olympic hockey championship game in overtime

Duke gets past Butler in Men’s NCAA Championship

BEST MOMENT
Phil Mickelson, 2009 Masters
Joannie Rochette, Winter Olympics
New Orleans Saints, Super Bowl XLIV
Landon Donovan World Cup vs. Algeria

BEST TEAM
Alabama Football
Chicago Blackhawks
Connecticut Women’s Basketball
Los Angeles Lakers
New Orleans Saints

New York Yankees

UNDER PRESSURE AWARD
Sidney Crosby in the Olympic Hockey Gold Medal Game
Brett Favre in his return to Green Bay
Landon Donovan World Cup vs. Algeria

Stephen Strasburg in MLB debut

BEST COLLEGE ATHLETIC PROGRAM
Duke Men’s Athletics and Stanford Women’s Athletics

BEST SPORTS MOVIE
Big Fan
Invictus
The Blind Side

The Damned United
The Karate Kid

BEST COACH/MANAGER
Geno Auriemma, Connecticut Women’s Basketball
Joe Girardi, NY Yankees
Phil Jackson, Los Angeles Lakers

Mike Krzyzewski, Duke Men’s Basketball
Sean Payton, New Orleans Saints
Nick Saban, Alabama football

BEST NFL PLAYER
Drew Brees, New Orleans

Brett Favre, Minnesota
Chris Johnson, Tennessee
Peyton Manning, Indianapolis
Darrelle Revis, New York Jets
Charles Woodson, Green Bay

BEST MLB PLAYER
Zach Greinke, Kansas City
Derek Jeter, New York Yankees
Tim Lincecum, San Francisco
Joe Mauer, Minnesota
Albert Pujols, St. Louis

BEST NHL PLAYER
Sidney Crosby, Pittsburgh

Ryan Miller, Buffalo
Alexander Ovechkin, Washington
Henrik Seden, Vancouver
Steven Stamkos, Tampa Bay

BEST DRIVER
Kyle Busch
Dario Franchitti
Ron Hornaday
Jimmie Johnson

Tony Schumacher

BEST NBA PLAYER
Kobe Bryant, LA Lakers

Kevin Durant, Oklahoma City
Dwight Howard, Orlando
LeBron James, Cleveland
Dwyane Wade, Miami

BEST WNBA PLAYER
Tamika Catchings, Indiana
Becky Hammon, San Antonio
Lauren Jackson, Seattle
Candace Parker, Los Angeles
Diana Taurasi, Phoenix

BEST FIGHTER
Floyd Mayweather

Manny Pacquiao
Georges St. Pierre

BEST MALE GOLFER
Ernie Els
Phil Mickelson

Tiger Woods

BEST FEMALE GOLFER
Cristie Kerr
Lorena Ochoa

Jiyai Shin

BEST MALE TENNIS PLAYER
Roger Federer

Juan Martin del Potro
Rafael Nadal

BEST FEMALE TENNIS PLAYER
Kim Clijsters
Serena Williams

Venus Williams

BEST MALE COLLEGE ATHLETE
Blake Geoffrion, Wisconsin Hockey
Mark Ingram, Alabama Football
Evan Turner, Ohio State Basketball
John Wall, Kentucky Basketball

Garrett Wittels, Florida International Baseball

BEST FEMALE COLLEGE ATHLETE
Tina Charles, Connecticut Women’s Basketball
Megan Hodge, Penn State Volleyball
Megan Lagenfeld, UCLA Softball
Maya Moore, Connecticut Women’s Basketball

BEST MALE ACTION SPORT ATHLETE
Bobby Brown, Freestyle Skiing
Ryan Dungey, Motocross
Mick Fanning, Surfer
Garrett Reynolds, BMX
Shaun White, Snowboard

BEST FEMALE ACTION SPORT ATHLETE
Torah Bright, Snowboarding

Ashley Fiolek, Motocross
Jen Hudak, Freestyle Skiing
Stephanie Gilmore, Surfing
Ashleigh McIvor, Freestyle Skiing

BEST JOCKEY
Calvin Borel

Julien Leparoux
Mike Smith

BEST MALE ATHLETE WITH A DISABILITY
Steve Cash

Rudy Garcia-Tolson
Andy Soule

BEST FEMALE ATHLETE WITH A DISABILITY
Linnea Dohring
Alana Nichols
Amy Palmiero-Winters

Stephani Victor

BEST BOWLER
Kelly Kulick
Bill O’Neill
Walter Ray Williams Jr.

BEST MALE US OLYMPIC ATHLETE
Apolo Anton Ohno, Speedskating
Shani Davis, Speedskating
Evan Lysacek, Figure Skating
Bode Miller, Skiing
Shaun White, Snowboarding

BEST FEMALE US OLYMPIC ATHLETE
Hannah Kearney, Skiing
Julia Mancuso, Skiing
Lindsey Vonn, Skiing

BEST MLS PLAYER
Connor Casey, Colorado
Jeff Cunningham, Dallas
Landon Donovan, Los Angeles

Shalrie Joseph, New England
Kasey Keller, Seattle

BEST TRACK AND FIELD ATHLETE
Usain Bolt

Allyson Felix
Sanya Richards

[source: FanHouse]


Thoughts?  And don’t lets get into a slapfight about Lebron.