There are things we love about sports: buzzer-beaters, broken records and postseasons. But there are also things that drive us mad. Tell us! What do you find annoying about sports in the comments below. (And don't say this list -- that's way too easy) By Samantha Hyde/FOX Sports Southwest
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The Spurs 'underrated' and 'too old' stories
Every year, just before the playoffs start, it seems all NBA analysts are talking about how underrated or under-the-radar the Spurs are OR how old they are. The team hasn't changed in forever: They're good. They're champions. You should know that by now.
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'Favorite this tweet'
Social media is fun. What's not fun is when everybody thinks they're an expert. Constant, and often outrageous, predictions are followed by a 'Favorite This Tweet' as future proof they called the event before the season even started. Sorry, but the Astros are not going to win the World Series in 2015. #annoying
Sports Tattoo Predictions
And speaking of predictions, sports tattoos are bad enough when not done correctly, but let's all agree to stop getting championship tattoos before your team actually wins the title.
Remember that time NBA referee Joey Crawford almost threw a ball boy out of the game? Or that time he ejected Tim Duncan for not saying a word? Yeah, that's annoying.
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You know the type, that obscene fan. We are all for showing your passion for your team, but we don't need a vulgar word or gesture coming from your mouth every second. ESPECIALLY if kids are around. Also, that visiting fan that has no respect for the home team or their fans. That drunk fan. And last but not least, that Philly fan.
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Girls Wearing Heels to Games
Sports are not a fashion show, even though some athletes wish it was. There isn't anybody there that you need to impress that badly. And don't say we didn't warn you when you fall going up or down the stairs.
TV timeouts at home are not that bad. You get commercials to distract you and it serves as a great time to go grab a snack. But when you are at the games, TV timeouts take FOREVER. It may only be a few minutes, but it feels so much longer.
When Broadcasters Get Caught Up on WAGs
We love players' wives and girlfriends, but there is a time and place to ogle over them. The BCS National Championship game is not that time.
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Fake Jumbotron Stunts
There's a right way to run the jumbotron. For example, trolling opposing teams with Justin Bieber mugshots. And then there is a wrong way to run the jumbotron. For example, setting up fake marriage proposals or kiss cams gone wrong.
Floyd Mayweather Jr's Instagram
Nothing personal against Mayweather. This comes from pure jealousy.
Athletes Trying to Rap and/or Act
If they are playing themselves, great. If they are playing genies, pass.
No Fun League
We miss you goal-post dunks.
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Athletes That Can't Make Up Their Mind When to Retire
When the great ones retire, we want to celebrate you and recognize you for your amazing careers. We don't want to do it twice.
People who Believe There Is No Place for Women in Sports
Yes, Condoleezza Rice deserves her spot on the College Football Playoff Selection Committee. Yes, Chris Paul, Lauren Holtkamp deserves her spot as an NBA ref.
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Speaking of women, gender doesn't determine which jersey colors you want to wear.
Lane Kiffin never seems to do well, but always seems to land a coveted job. After going 4-12 during his first and only year as head coach of the Oakland Raiders, he was fired. The next year, he landed the top spot with the Vols. After going 7-6 (and getting blown out in the bowl game) with the Vols, he was offered the head coaching gig at USC. After a disastrous three seasons with the Trojans and getting fired mid-season, Kiffin was offered the OC job at Alabama under Nick Saban. After only one season with Bama not winning the national title, his name kept popping up for NFL head coaching vacancies.
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Sometimes flops are funny, but when it's against your team, it is the worst.
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Concession Stand Prices
Yes. Ticket prices are insane, but what's worse is when you pay all that money to get into the event, just to feel ripped off at the concession stand. Sure, shelling out $13 for one beer..no problem. $26 for two...fine. $39 for three...the game is how long?
Teams Adopting Popular Songs As Their Own
Oklahoma State sometimes plays Toby Keith's 'Should've Been a Cowboy' at home games, you know, because they are the Cowboys. It's so annoying when teams adopt songs just because their name is in the title. Or, even worse, when their name isn't in the title, but they turn one word around and you have to hear 'Third Down for What' every third down. (Of course, it's happening with your team, that that song is totally your jam!)
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From a team's point-of-view, preseason makes sense. But from a fan's? Just get the season started already! The games don't count for anything anyway. Nobody really goes to them, and for the fans that do, they probably won't get to see much of the star athlete, just that guy that's probably going to get cut.
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Ties at sporting events for kids below the age of 10 is a whole different debate, but professional games that end in a tie? Really? We sit through a two-hour soccer game and nobody wins? And although extremely rare, there is nothing worse than an NFL game that ends in a tie. What's the point of playing if nobody wins?
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The 'What if' Stories
What if you put Michael Jordan's Bulls against Kobe Bryant's Lakers? What if Babe Ruth had played today? What if the Colts never traded John Elway to the Broncos? You can't time travel, so what good does it do to dwell on it?
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For example, baseball pitchers that take too long to throw or tennis players that take to long to serve. Speed it up a little.
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Team USA Olympic Uniforms
This is what our Olympians have to wear when representing us on the world's stage?
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The Wave is really a lose-lose sports tradition. Either you lose because it doesn't really take off and just looks pathetic, or you lose because it does take off but no one knows how to stop it so it goes around the stadium five times before awkwardly fizzling out.