As you can see above, the quoatable Kobe Bryant was live-tweeting yesterday's Spurs-Lakers game while recovering from his torn Achilles' tendon. (Actually, the first tweet was from before the game started, but it seemed worthy to include in Hot Clicks.) When Lakers coach Mike D'Antoni was informed after his team's 91-79 loss that Kobe was sharing his thoughts on the social media service, all he could do was roll his eyes.
The Heat's Chris "Birdman" Andersen got TNT's Kevin Harlan very excited last night.
Obviously, it was an eventful week in Boston, but Saturday afternoon's Royals-Red Sox game, just hours after the manhunt for bombing suspect No. 2 ended, was filled with memorable moments. It started with David Ortiz's unfiltered message to the crowd, continued with a live performance of Sweet Caroline by Neil Diamond, and concluded with outfielder Daniel Nava hitting a go-ahead three run home run in the eighth inning, perfectly called by play-by-play announcer Don Orsillo.
Rangers manager Ron Washington was caught smoking in the dugout yesterday while Dodgers shortstop Justin Sellers was caught giving an alleged joint-rolling demonstration.
A soccer player reportedly missed a match over the weekend after getting blisters from doing Gangnam Style.
Indians outfielder Drew Stubbs took out a fan's bucket of popcorn with a home run yesterday.
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What a debut. Nothing like getting suspended during your first day on the air. That was the story for anchor AJ Clemente, whose video has gone viral over the past 24 hours. (Warning: Video contains cursing.)