Tuesday's P.M. Hot Clicks
Every week, SI collects the weirdest, wackiest and (in the case of the pic above) coolest photos from the previous seven days for its "Did You See That?" gallery. Above are some of my favorite shots from this week's gallery.
According to a report from Drexel University and the National College Players Association, the average college football player is worth $178,000, while the average basketball player is worth $375,000.
Note to arena managers: Don't schedule a hockey game the night after hosting "the world's largest foam party." Just ask the people at the Webster Bank Arena in Bridgeport, Conn.
Quick reminder to watch the Making of SI's Swimsuit 2014 on The Travel Channel tonight at 9 p.m. You just may catch a glimpse of the lovely Emily DiDonato ... Twenty-four great Emma Watson photos to celebrate her 24th birthday ... The 100 hottest girls from Coachella 2014 ... Alyssa Miller has some new bikini photos out for Boden's swimwear and beachwear campaign
Shortly after Memphis made the playoffs, the Grizzlies' VP of Basketball Operations tweeted ESPN for having given his team only a 0.2% chance back in December. The funny thing is, that estimate was derived from a formula Hollinger created while working for ESPN.
Last Sunday was Turkey Hill Kids Day at Citizens Bank Park and instead of using the traditional headshot on the Jumbotron, the team used pictures drawn by kids in their Phillies Phundamentals program. Can you guess the player in each drawing?
The Nick Saban/Alabama gymnastics team photo now has memes ... Sharks forward Joe Pavelski had this on reserve for celebrating him reaching the 40-goal mark ... The Orioles have replaced the shaving cream celebration with gourmet pies to the face ... Thirty awesome misspelled traffic signs ... Billy Joel's daughter Alexa Ray collapsed during a performance in NYC ... Everything you never knew about the It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia pilot ... A photographer took matching photos of her 10-month old baby and rescue dog.
A soldier is reunited with his eight-year-old son at last night's Suns-Grizzlies game.
Two fans who suffer from Duchenne muscular dystrophy – Matt DeRiggi and Danny Garofalo – team up for a touchdown during a Rutgers football practice.
The Blazers guard insults Barry Sanders, LaDainian Tomlinson, Chris Webber and Karl Malone in his new Foot Locker commercial.
A four-minute highlight reel of the season's most memorable plays.