Wednesday's P.M. Hot Clicks
Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen have decided to sell their Los Angeles home for a cool $50 million. The house was featured in Architectural Digest and has a closet bigger than four of the six apartments I've lived in since moving to New York City. So while the bidders line up for this precious piece of real estate, I collected some of my favorite photos of the famous couple.
I know I'm stealing Doug McDermott's joke but that headline was the first thing I thought of when I saw the odds of winning Warren Buffett's $1 billion perfect bracket contest are 1 in 7,419,071,319.
Congrats to former Rangers forward Aaron Voros for being the first athlete named on Lindsay Lohan's celebrity hookup list.
Amanda Seyfried captured my heart in Mean Girls and has only gone uphill since then ... Sideline reporter Kristine Leahy is quickly becoming the star of March Madness ... Maria Menounous has a new reality show on the Oxygen Network ... A look inside the boudoir of Nikki Ferrell, who won the latest season of The Bachelor ... Candice Swanepoel and her amazing and bootylicious GIFs ... Did you know that Malin Akerman has a sister named Jennifer?
Phil Jackson has taken over as president of the Knicks, and our friends at Fanatics.com have created this amazing caricature T-shirt of Jackson during his playing days. I will send one to each of the first three people who email me (email@example.com) the name of the two players depicted in the nail art photo that led this morning's Hot Clicks. Please make the subject line "Phil Jackson."
Update: 8:24 a.m. - Contest is closed. Winners will be notified this afternoon. More giveaways next week. Thank you.
Kobe Bryant was a guest on the Dan Patrick Show today and when asked if Barack Obama could make the Lakers roster, Bryant answered yes without hesitation.
The 100 best photos of Arnold Palmer ... Vin Scully befriended a koala while touring Australia with the Dodgers ... A look at 12 TV stars and how they aged from the beginning of their shows to the end ... The FAA was not happy about the Nationals using a drone for aerial spring training photos ... The 50 greatest cult classic films of all time ... This is an extremely in-depth look at the Triangle Offense ... Indiana receiver Issac Griffith had a close call with death while swimming at Siesta Beach on Monday ... A soccer mom in New Jersey sued a fellow New Jersey soccer mom for tarnishing her family's reputation ... An Illinois college student was charged $787 for a two-mile taxi ride.
Extra Mustard sent Nets guard Alan Anderson to Times Square to ask people about the NCAA Tournament's unlikeliest Cinderellas. Of course, not all these schools actually exist.
Kudos to the team at CineFix for transforming this famous golf movie into an 8-bit video game.
SI ranked the 75 greatest college basketball players of all time and Carmelo Anthony is No. 57, which is fairly impressive since he only played one season at Syracuse. Here's a feature on Anthony before he entered the NBA.