Cartoon Network Announces Winners of 'Hall of Game Awards'

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Cartoon Network handed out the top honors at their first-ever sports awards show, Cartoon Network Hall of Game Awards (HallofGame.com). From the red carpet, to the never-before-seen stunts and surprises on stage, Cartoon Network Hall of Game Awards show, which will air on February 25th at 7:00 p.m. (ET/PT), will feature icons from television, film, music and sports, as kids experience an evening of humor and fun at the most raucous and biggest sports awards show ever presented on television.

And the winners are...

All-Pro Class Clown Dwight Howard (NBA)

Alti-Dude (Top alternative sports high flyer.) Ryan Sheckler (Skateboarding)

Best Foes Forever (The award for the best rivals.) New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox

Captain Clutch DeSean Jackson

Dance Machine (The award for the best celebratory dance.) Terrell Owens (NFL)

Dynamic Duo Michael Smith and Zenyatta (Horse Racing)

Fanatic Fanstars (The award for the most passionate fan base.) Green Bay Packers Cheeseheads

Gnarliest Newb (The award for the top rookie.) Blake Griffin (NBA)

He's Got Game (The award for the best male athlete.) Drew Brees (NFL)

In It To Win It (The awards for the most focused player who comes to win.) Carl Edwards (NASCAR)

Most Awesome Mascot(Sponsored by Pepperidge Farm Goldfish crackers.) Milwaukee Bucks' Bango

Most Viral Player (The award for the most awesome amateur sports viral clip.) Brian Kownacki flips over catcher to score.

My Bad (The award for the best sports blooper.) Dallas Cowboys ? Hot Potato Lateral

She's Got Game (The award for the best female athlete.) Danica Patrick (IndyCar Series/NASCAR)

Sickest Showdown Green Bay Packers

Super Siblings Serena and Venus Williams (Tennis)

That's How I Roll (The award for the most stylish athlete.) Sponsored by Kids Foot Locker Lebron James (NBA)

We Got Game (The award for the best team) The Los Angeles Lakers

Whoa-Ment Landon Donovan

In a special awards presentation, Venus Williams presented Kobe Bryant with the first ever ?King of the Court? award. Bryant also received a special congratulatory video message from Justin Bieber and Jimmy Kimmel. Bryant also joined LA Lakers teammates to accept the ?We Got Game? honor, which was presented by George Lopez.

Over 37 million fans voted online at www.HallofGame.com for their favorites in athletes, teams and sporting moments over the last year. Fans have also been able to interact with the awards through the Hall of Game App, which is free to download through the iTunes store, and allows fans to add their face to sports photos, customize pictures with Hall of Game graphics and share them with friends via Facebook and Twitter.

Hosted by skateboarding legend Tony Hawk, and featuring performances by Travie McCoy and Far East Movement, the Cartoon Network Hall of Game Awards is a high-energy, off-the-wall, multi-platform experience that celebrates the viewers favorite sports stars and sports moments of the year. This first-of-its-kind, sports award and entertainment event for kids, is created and produced in association with IMG Media, the production arm of global sports, entertainment and media company, IMG. Veteran, award-winning television and special events producers, Michael Dempsey and Steve Mayer serve as executive producers and The Sports Illustrated Group's SI KIDS franchise is the official media partner.

About Cartoon Network

Cartoon Network (CartoonNetwork.com), currently seen in more than 99 million U.S. homes and 166 countries around the world, is Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.'s ad-supported cable service now available in HD offering the best in original, acquired and classic animated entertainment for kids and families. Nightly from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. (ET, PT), Cartoon Network shares its channel space with Adult Swim, a late-night destination showcasing original and acquired animation for young adults 18-34. Turner Broadcasting System, Inc., a Time Warner company, creates and programs branded news, entertainment, animation and young adult media environments on television and other platforms for consumers around the world.