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CBS studio analyst Doug Gottlieb decided to start last night's NCAA tournament coverage with some levity. However, Gottlieb chose a topic that does not usually lead to levity -- race. So when he said he was on set to give "the white man's perpsective," his co-hosts were not amused. Greg Anthony made no effort to even give a fake laugh, while Kenny Smith told Gottlieb he was "swimming hard." That whole scene was amusing enough, but then Gottlieb issued an apology (I have to assume some PR people forced him to so), despite his defending the comment on Twitter.

Gotta Love This Guy

Marquette forward Chris Otule, who had 11 points in this team's win against Miami last night, can sing a classic Motown hit and pop his eye out.

Meme Of The Day

Golfer Jason Dufner visited a youth center yesterday. During his time there, a picture was snapped of Dufner sitting on the floor, slumped over and looking miserable. Within no time, "Dufnering" dominated the Internet.

Lovely Lady Links Roundup

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Former soccer WAG, Sylvie van der Vaart, stars in this new photoshoot. ...  Caroline Corinth is a new Victoria's Secret model. ... Friday Night Lights star Adrianne Palicki dominated the G.I. Joe movie premiere last night. ...

Call Of The Day

According to Bill Walton, Kings guard Tyreke Evans is among the great men of our time.

Jimmy Kimmel Video Of The Day

Here is the latest installment of This Week In Unnecessary Censorship.

Kate Upton Video Of The Day

Yes, this is from last year, but I can't think of a better way to say Happy Easter to Hot Clicks Nation.

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