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Friday's A.M. Hot Clicks: Andrew Wiggins Honors 'The Three Amigos'

Scenes From the NBA Draft


Steve Martin noticed something familiar about Andrew Wiggins' attire and tweeted out the above photo ... Wiggins wasn't the only player who made a fashion statement ... Zach LaVine wasn't exactly thrilled when the T-Wolves snagged him with the 13th overall pick. I thought the same thing about Joel Embiid when the Sixers grabbed him at No. 3, but he was watching on satellite delay and didn't realize ... Bill Simmons made a good V Stiviano joke before the Clippers pick ... I enjoyed this roundup of Twitter reactions to the draft ... The Raptors selected Brazilian forward Bruno Caboclo with the 20th overall pick and nobody knew a thing about him ... And in the best part of the draft, the NBA selected Isaiah Austin and let the former Baylor forward walk across the stage and shake Adam Silver's hand. Austin was diagnosed with Marfan Syndrome a few days ago and will not be able to play in the NBA. This was a pretty spectacular moment and you have no soul if you didn't at least get a little misty.


Kobe Won't Like This

Kobe Bryant seemed excited about the Lakers' selection of Kentucky forward Julius Randle with the seventh overall pick. Not sure how Kobe will feel about Randle posting a Throwback Thursday photo of himself as a youngster wearing a Bryant jersey.


#BoycottRihanna

Barbados native Rihanna has been surprisingly vocal during the World Cup, tweeting out her support of Germany, Portugal, Ghana, France, Argentina, Uruguay and Holland. You may have noticed the USA missing from that list. A #BoycottRihanna movement has emerged on Twitter to combat the pop singer. 


Lovely Lady of the Day

Ashlyn Coray got deep on Twitter last night, saying, "I find it funny how the only people to ever stand up for me are people I don't even know. Time to reevaluate." I'm guessing someone she knows didn't have her back. 


Baseball's Newest Fashion - Oven Mitts

Bryce Harper took some fashion advice from teammate Ryan Zimmerman and wore an oven mitt during a recent game.


David Ortiz Calls His Shot

Days after being called out by MLB executive vice-president Joe Torre for complaining about the official scorers, David Ortiz promised a group of kids he'd hit a home run during Wednesday's game against Seattle. And sure enough, Big Papi went yard in his very first at-bat.


From the SI Vault

Happy Sunglasses Day! Larry Bird is honoring this important day by eating breakfast with his shades on. How are you celebrating? And just for kicks, here's a gallery of sports figures wearing sunglasses.


Odds and Ends

A Rangers' fan devoured this 2,800 calorie Beltre Burger during last night's game ... Maria Sharapova received four wedding proposals (in one sign) on Thursday ... Emmitt Smith joined the "Johnny Manziel is partying too much" Club  ... A visualization of every World Cup goal in 2014 ... Hornets draftee Noah Vonleh won the post-draft fashion contest with this throwback Starter jacket ... The best World Cup GIFs and memes ... A Fox exec said of Kris Jenner's failed talk show: "When the camera was on she looked not just like a deer in the headlights, but like a deer that already got hit." ... Shia LaBeouf was dragged out of Cabaret in handcuffs by police ... Courteney Cox was yesterday's Throwback LLOD in PM Hot Clicks. She celebrated by getting engaged. 


World Cup Celebration of the Day

This is how the crew at the International Space Station celebrate a goal.


The Hoff and The World Cup

The crew at 120 Sports discusses Germany's favorite celebrity -- David Hasselhoff -- and his importance in the World Cup.

 

 


Jeopardy Video of the Day

More people should be honest when they don't know the answer.


What An Arm

Florida State freshman QB J.J. Cosentino shows off his cannon by chucking a football over a four-story building.

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