Sports·Posted on Jul 30, 202119 Sports Moments From July That Will Leave You StunnedDid you see that?!by Jeremy HayesBuzzFeed ContributorFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Check out the best plays in sports (no particular order) from the month of July: 1. Cam Johnson delivers a "Must-Be-Viral" Game 3 dunk. ESPN The look on PJ Tucker's face says it all. The man wanted a charge, but instead he got sent to the shadow realm after this monstrous dunk.Tucker got the last laugh... 2. The Milwaukee Bucks win their first NBA championship in 50 years thanks to an all-time performance by Giannis Antetokounmpo. ESPN The NBA Finals MVP gave us a performance that was truly extraordinary. Over the six-game series, he averaged 35.2 points, 13.2 rebounds, and 5 assists.If only I had a single great play...hold on a second... 3. Antetokounmpo's block is one of the best in NBA Finals history. ESPN Seriously, what a gutsy performance for being on the biggest stage for the first time. 4. Archers' lacrosse player Grant Ament delivers an ankle-breaking move that will make basketball fans smile. NBC Sports Crossover, deke, and juke fans will have a field day with this one. He bit hard on the fake. 5. Red Sox star Rafael Devers makes a diving play and somehow stops time to make the out at first base. FOX Rafi has had an MVP-caliber year, but man, his fielding only continues to improve. He's only 24! 6. Switzerland gets a big Euro Cup Round of 16 win on penalty kicks after an incredible save by Swiss goalie Yann Sommer. ESPN Yeah, this was at the end of June, but it missed my list last time, so I'm rolling it over. It was such a big moment, and I think people are too hard on Kylian Mbappé and don't give the save enough credit. 7. Blake Coleman makes a diving goal to take the lead. SportsNet If this is in the third period, it would be a sequel to Bobby Orr's game winner. 8. Manny Machado makes a throw to first from his knee, and his arm is so strong that there was never any doubt. MLB Network 9. Hidilyn Diaz wins the Philippines their first Olympic gold medal in dramatic fashion. NBC Diaz was, in my opinion, by far the biggest, heartfelt moment of the Olympics. For people that don't understand, the Philippines have won plenty of medals over the years, but gold has always eluded them. 10. This Giants' Brandon Crawford flip snowballs into an incredible double play. MLB Network Just a brilliant example of quick decisions in sports that look pretty, but are really high-IQ plays. 11. Yu Darvish catches a line shot at his head, and I don't blame him if his life flashed before his eyes. MLB Network My reaction time is at a snail's pace, so I think most people like me would have been decked by this hit. 12. Fernando Tatis Jr. makes a jumping catch that proves he is something else...maybe a superhero? MLB Network / Via youtube.com Seriously, this guy is a superstar...fielding and hitting. 13. Colombia's Luis Diaz makes a running goal against Argentina that makes me question kicking angles. FOX Sports How he's falling...how he scoops the ball...how he angles the ball. I have so many questions. 14. Billy Hamilton's diving wet catch is all effort and all soaked. NBC Sports The little slide at the end is nice, but I'm glad he didn't go crashing into the wall Looney Tunes style. 15. Lee Kiefer wins the US their first gold medal in fencing. NBC Sports I don't know a lot about fencing, but this final lunge and extension is pretty athletic. I could feel my thigh muscles getting pulled if I attempted it. 16. First women's gold in street skateboarding goes to 13-year-old Momiji Nishiya. NBC Sports 17. Suni Lee captures gold for Team USA gymnastics! NBC Sports Her all-around finals earned her the gold medal. She scored exceptionally well in three events, but her floor performance put her over in the end. 18. Brandon Nimmo robs a home run in the first inning. SNY This was on the day of a doubleheader too. Safe to say Nimmo came ready to play. 19. PLEASE watch this tennis rally. These two women were all heart on this point. ESPN Karolina Pliskova and Aryna Sabalenka put on a banger of a match, but this point felt desperate by both players. Just look where Sabalenka (left) is on the court, but ultimately, point and match to Pliskova. Which play was your favorite? Did I miss one? Comment below!