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NBA Fashion Watch

Orson Welles once said, "Style is knowing who you are, what you want to say, and not giving a damn.” For Ray Allen, style is a tailored suit. For Dwight Howard, it's a polo shirt and purse. For LeBron James ... well the shirt speaks for itself. Wherever you stand, here's a look at the NBA's best "going to the arena" fashion so far this season.

Four WAG Updates

Jenny Dell, an NESN reporter who is living with Red Sox third baseman Will Middlebrooks, may be heading to Fox Sports 1. Dell is quite popular in Boston ... Tennis pro Ryan Sweeting married actress Kaley Cuoco on New Year's Eve ... Metta World Peace tweeted a photo of him and his lady in bed ... Paulina Gretzky, who's engaged to golfer Dustin Johnson, posted a bikini pic to welcome in the new year.

One Naked Runner Update

We mentioned in AM Hot Clicks that Olympic runner runner Nick Symmonds was vowing to run naked until he found a new apparel sponsor following the expiration of his Nike deal on Dec. 31. We're happy to announce that Symmonds signed with Brooks. He can now run fully clothed. 

Lovely Lady Round-Up

Josephine Skriver is a Victoria's Secret model we should be paying more attention to this year ... AnnaLynne McCord hung out on a beach in Australia ... Guyism pays tribute to snow bunnies ... Love this dress former LLOD Abigail Ratchford wore on New Years.

Jamie Moyer > Drake, Johnny Football

Which sounds better to you: hanging in Miami with Johnny Manziel and Drake after Texas A&M's Chick-fil-A Bowl victory, or attending an '80s party where Roy Halladay wore the 1986 Cubs jersey of former teammate Jamie Moyer? My answer in the headline.

Dr. Z's 1994 NFL All Pro Team

I was bored during lunch and came across Dr. Z's All Pro choices from the Jan. 9, 1994 issue of SI, which featured the Sharpe brothers (Sterling and Shannon) starting at receiver and tight end. Also included in the issue is Charles Barkley discussing his thoughts on driving a Rolls Royce to the supermarket as well as a short profile of Arizona linebacker Tedy Bruschi.

Odds and Ends

This man re-created famous romantic movie scenes with his dog. Its tremendous ... Free agent punter Chris Kluwe ripped former coaches Leslie Frazier and Mike Priefer in a Deadspin article ...  The Memphis Grizzlies drafted an eight-year-old who suffers from cerebral palsy. His wish was to be drafted by an NBA team ... The Stanford Marching Band enjoyed themselves at yesterday's Rose Bowl (even if they got the Snapchat logo wrong) ... This year's Puppy Bowl will include penguin cheerleaders and a cat playing the keyboards.

Hulkamania Hits New England

I was going to have a big Hulk Hogan gallery in tomorrow's P.M. Clicks, but couldn't wait that long to post this bizarre video of the Hulkster professing his love for the Patriots (and specifically tight end Matthew Mulligan).

Jay Cutler Parody Song

This is about four years old but since the Bears just inked Jay Cutler to a seven-year extension, it seemed appropriate.

One More Round

The late Tommy Morrison, who starred in Rocky V, would have turned 45 today. Here's the final fight scene between Rocky and Morrison's character, Tommy Gunn.

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