Friday's A.M. Hot Clicks
The most memorable image from last night's NBA Draft was the hairdo sported by Lucas Nogueira, who was drafted No. 16 by the Hawks. For a full roundup of Draft fashion, click here, and for a full behind-the-scenes look at the sights and sounds from the Draft, click here.
While Nogueira's hair was the most memorable image, the most memorable moment on television came late in the evening when new Clippers coach Doc Rivers and ESPN's Bill Simmons got into a slight kerfuffle. Rivers didn't like the fact that Simmons said he quit on the Celtics. Rivers backhandedly called Simmons an idiot, and Simmons then dropped a very short, succinct dagger. To address some folks on Twitter who were unhappy with Simmons acting like a fan -- HE IS A FAN. He's also the most popular sports media personality in the country. He got there by being a fan and being real. You should be happy he's honest about his fandom and biases, unlike most "journalists" who want you to think they're objective, but are far from it.
(UPDATE: Doc Rivers' son has taken to Twitter to attack Bill Simmons.)
David Stern was booed, booed again and booed some more last night. Here is a two-minute-and-30-second mashup of all the booing fans unleashed at the outgoing commissioner.
It's been a while since Serbian model Nina Senicar has been in Hot Clicks, so it was nice to see a new photoshoot hit the web today. ... Here is the latest work from Victoria's Secret model Candice Swanepoel. ... Brazilian supermodel Simone Villas Boas was in Hot Clicks last week, and she's back today.
Raiders punter and recent Hot Clicks Podcast guest Chris Kluwe continued to prove that he's not exactly a fan of being politically correct. He explained the art of cursing and used an Aaron Hernandez joke during an appearance on Conan O'Brien's show last night.
I know Game 6 of the Stanley Cup was a long time ago, but this video, which gives you a simultaneous look at Boston and Chicago fans during the closing moments of the game, is worth the two minutes.
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