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Tuesday's P.M. Hot Clicks

Wilt Chamberlain at Kansas

On this day in 1956, Kansas freshman center Wilt Chamberlain scored 52 points in his first college game. Chamberlain would go onto play two seasons with the Jayhawks, averaging 30 points and 18 rebounds per game. Here's a look back at Wilt's Kansas years.

A Picture Is Worth Two Jobs  

Two Reliant Stadium security guards were fired for taking photos with Tom Brady following Sunday's game.

One Way To Sell Tickets

A team in Russia's Kontinental Hockey League has a new dress code for its ticket sellers: lingerie, fishnet stockings and high heels.

Lovely Lady Roundup

Our friend Kyle Goldie sent us some new shots of Brittany Mason. Follow her on Instagram ... Happy 28th birthday to Amanda Seyfried ... We're all winners in this Micaela Reis vs. Nicola McLean showdown.

Hot Clicks Giveaway

Anchorman 2 comes out in two weeks and our friends at Jockey have provided me some limited-edition briefs to give away (find out more at jockey.com/stayclassy). I will send them to the first five people who email me (andy_gray@simail.com with subject line "jockey") the name of the performer at halftime of Sunday's Patriots-Texans game.  I mentioned it in AM Hot Clicks yesterday.

Update (3:06 p.m.): Contest is over. Winners will be notified this afternoon. More giveaways later this week.

Paul George = Fashion King

Not only did Paul George drop a career-high 43 points against the Blazers last night (albeit in a losing effort), he wore this amazing shirt on the plane ride home.

A Tip For Auburn Fans

Don't talk about being proud of Auburn to an Alabama fan (or else this Alabama fan won't leave you a tip).

Living the High Life

Dan Bilzerian, a 32-year-old poker player from Los Angeles, is worth over $100 million and is living the high life with stacks of cash, an endless supply of half-naked girls and a fleet of fancy cars. The Daily Mail has the story of Bilzerian's crazy life.

Odds and Ends

Justin Timberlake asked Bryce Harper for some help with his hitting ... A Penn State fan coordinated his 45,000 Christmas lights to display in rhythm with the Nittany Lion marching band’s Fight on State ... Here's a fun new NHL trend: pranking teammates by replacing microphones with random objects that are not microphones ... I really love this site - fedup.dosomething.org/fedup - which has photos of unhealthy school lunches from across the country ... Not a great day for Wheel of Fortune on Monday ... This is how to celebrate a goal.

Titus the Trick Shot Artist

Two-year-old Titus has a new trick shot video out.

Meet Mission

Love this video put out by Northern Illinois about Mission, the school's new mascot.

In Performing Arts News

Forget break dancing. It's all about fingerbreaking now.

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