Thursday's A.M. Hot Clicks
In a pretty amusing moment, a young boy asked Cavs guard Kyrie Irving if he was going to leave Cleveland "the way LeBron left us." Irving put his money where his mouth is.
As you know, the Cardinals advanced to the NLCS with a win over the Pirates last night. The best photo from the celebration was this tender embrace shared by pitcher Adam Wainwright and catcher Yadier Molina. The best video was this Pittsburgh sports anchor trying to do his report while surrounded by Cardinals fans.
The former Jets and Chiefs coach, who literally had to hire a guy named Dick Curl to tell him how many timeouts he had when he was with New York, hit a bunch of his ESPN colleagues in the crotch region yesterday.
We start things off with Spanish-Dutch actress/model and soccer WAG, Yolanthe Cabau. ... Brazilian model Danielly Silva recently did a bikini photoshoot. ... Game of Thrones actress Natalie Dormer is one of Esquire's "Women We Love."
Diamondbacks infielder and Arizona State fan Willie Bloomquist bet teammate and Notre Dame fan A.J. Pollock that the Sun Devils would beat the Irish last week. Bloomquist lost and had to dress as this.
If you're an Arsenal soccer fan and would like to make money by watching their games and sharing your thoughts on social media, this is for you. Oh, this offer comes from a fan, not the club.
Kanye West appeared on Kimmel's show last night to discuss their recent feud. There weren't a ton of fireworks, but it did make for solid TV. Part I is below. You can watch Part II target="_blank">here.
Here's a compilation of cameramen mishaps.