Wednesday's A.M. Hot Clicks
Another night, another round of historic numbers for LeBron James. The Heat superstar set an NBA record last night by becoming the first player in history to score at least 30 points while shooting 60 percent or better in six straight games. (James was 11-of-15 for 30 points in a 117-104 win against the Blazers.) He's also drained 60 of his last 80 shots. James weighed on his surreal run via Twitter early this morning with a very short and simple message.
Will Ferrell worked security at last night's Suns-Lakers game. His name tag was quite interesting.
The Bruins erased a 3-0 deficit against the Rangers last night by scoring a trio of goals in the final period, with two of the goals coming in the final two minutes of regulation. This caused Boston play-by-play announcer Jack Edwards to completely lose it in the booth. To his credit, Edwards unleashed a solid Tarzan reference on New York forward Rick Nash, who scored this impressive shootout goal.
In case you haven't checked out all of the 2013 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue content on SI.com, I wanted to make sure you became familiar with Ariel Meredith. In my opinion, which means absolutely nothing in this matter, she's as strong a candidate as anyone for the 2014 cover.
During a game last night, a Minnesota high school hockey goalie became angry with his coaches for unknown reasons. He decided to get his revenge by allowing a goal on purpose, giving the coaches the finger and skating off the ice.
In theory, the Spiderman upside-down kiss sounds like a cool things. This prank brings it to reality.
In honor of Valentine's Day, here is a a compilation of movie breakups. (Warning: Video contains strong language.)