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Doc And Daft

Mike Emrick :: Andy Marlin/Getty Images Mike Emrick :: Andy Marlin/Getty Images

Everyone knows that NBC Sports hockey play-by-play announcer Mike "Doc" Emrick has a way with words. You can hear that for yourself in this video, which mashes up Emrick's 140 -- yes, 140 -- phrases for "pass it" and Daft Punk.

The State Of Daytime Television

More embarrassing television question/graphic/way to fill time today: This or this?

Be Prepared

Before you watch tonight's Game 6 between the Spurs and Heat, make sure you have your handy dandy pocket guide for criticizing LeBron James ready to go.

Lovely Lady Of The Day

Ashley Salazar :: Ian Nathaniel Ashley Salazar :: Ian Nathaniel

Model Ashley Salazar gets today's LLOD honors.

Ensconced In Terrycloth

In today's A.M. Hot Clicks, we linked to a funny video of a Chicago reporter trying to give Bruins fans Blackhawks rally towels. One Bruins fan who already has plenty of towels is this guy, who used them to make a suit last night.

Better Late Than Never

I screwed up by not linking to this yesterday, when it was the 19th anniversary of O.J. Simpson's Bronco chase, but this look at six things you didn't know about that historic event (minus No. 4 if you're a Hot Clicks reader) is still worth a read.

Sports Video Of The Day

LeBron James doesn't just flop on the basketball court.

Live TV Video Of The Day

If you enjoy awkward and uncomfortable TV, check out Russell Brand's appearance on Tuesday's Morning Joe. Brand called out the hosts for being disrespectful by referring to him as "he," trashed the mainstream media and made some sexual observations about host Mika Brzezinski.

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