As we wrote last week, sometimes, sports and techology can come together and collaborate for game-changing improvements that tweak our national pastimes for the better. Instant replay, medical advancements and the shot clock are just a few of the innovations that have made the competition more exciting and enjoyable to watch. But other times, technology can just come along and mess up the good thing we had going. Whether it's because of malfunctioning systems, poor testing or a player to using social media as a mouthpiece, changes to the game won't always be completely fool-proof. And when that happens, we end up with The Biggest Tech Fails in Sports History.