On April 23, 2007, the very first edition of Hot Clicks was published right here on SI.com. There won't be a grand celebration like last year, because the law states you can only celebrate anniversaries that end in 5 or 0. However, I do want to thank all of you for your amazing loyalty and support throughout the years. Even though Hot Clicks has been around for a while now, I'm still shocked each and every day when I see that more than four people have read it. I never would've guessed six years ago that NFL players would actually be reading an edition of Hot Clicks in their car, as Eagles linebacker Connor Barwin did this morning. No matter who you are or where you read Hot Clicks, I am extremely grateful that you take some time out of your day to spend it here.
In case you missed it late last night, Chris Paul sank a last-second shot to give the Clippers a 93-91 win over the Grizzlies. Before Paul's shot, Memphis forward Zach Randolph played defense on Blake Griffin by grabbing him in a sensitive area while Marc Gasol went with the "cover the eyes" method against Griffin. After the game, the sons of Paul and teammate Jamal Crawford gave us this great photo.
Former Giants and Saints tight end Jeremy Shockey revealed on Instagram last night that he'd like to die while having sex.
It's St. George's Day in the U.K. so we're celebrating with this new gallery from model Kelly Brook. ... And this new gallery from Rosie Jones. ... Brazilian model Fabiana Semprebom also has a new gallery on the web.
Brad, of Toronto, says, "My ex-GF sent me this petition to turn the CN Tower into the world's largest red goal light from her current BF. As much as I hate to admit it, he is on to something." While this is a cool idea, I'm way more fascinated by the dynamic of Brad's ex sending him links from the current boyfriend.
It didn't come from a player. It came from this fan in San Diego who caught Brewers shortstop Yuniesky Betancourt's first inning home run in the Brewers-Padres game.
This anchor handles a potential double kiss like a pro.
Check out the world's tallest (14 feet, 6 inches) rideable bicycle.
In the six years I've been writing Hot Clicks, this remains my all-time favorite video.