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Wednesday's A.M. Hot Clicks: Joel Embiid Makes Move on Rihanna

Joel Embiid Makes His Move

The NBA season is still three months away but Joel Embiid is making an impact already, albeit on on Twitter. The Sixers rookie hilariously hit on Rihanna last night, asking her out to dinner and posting progress reports throughout the night. This comes a week after he hit on Kim Kardashian. Can we just declare him Rookie of the Year right now?


LeBron = Good Neighbor, Genius

LeBron James bought cupcakes for all his Bath Township, Ohio, neighbors as an apology for the commotion he's caused since announcing his return to the Cavs. The box had two kinds of cupcakes: a half-dozen "Just a Kid From Akron Cherry Cola" and another six of "Homecourt Chocolate Chunk." Speaking of LeBron, he has a really good memory. Really good. Like Will Hunting good.


Big Ten, SEC Soccer Kits

A Twitter user named Kevin Ives created soccer kits for SEC, Big Ten and Big 12 schools. They are incredible.


Lovely Lady of the Day

I received two requests (Josh from Brooklyn, Rich R. from Montreal) to feature former Chargers cheerleader Andrea Stickel as LLOD. They both have excellent taste (click here for full-size version of gallery). And a reminder. I'm always looking for LLOD suggestions, so don't be afraid to email me (andy_gray@simail.com). Bonus points if I've never heard of her, which was the case today.


When Pro Athletes Invade Rec Leagues

Patrick Kane returned to his hometown of Buffalo and joined the local Piranhas Hockey Club on Monday for a game, in which he recorded five goals and five assists in a 13-5 victory. The Chargers softball team wasn't as fortunate. A team consisting of Philip Rivers, Danny Woodhead, Eric Weddle, Nick Hardwick and others lost in the finals of their San Diego rec league to a team they had already lost to twice before that season.


Be Like Chase

Roy Halladay wrote a Twitter love letter to former teammate Chase Utley. Somewhere, Mac (a.k.a. - Ronald McDonald) is jealous.


From the SI Vault

Nomar Garciaparra turns 41 today. The former Red Sox shortstop (and current Mr. Mia Hamm) played 14 seasons in the majors (Red Sox, Cubs, Dodgers, A's) and retired with a .313 batting average, 229 home runs and 936 RBIs. For more classic sports photos, visit the SI Vault on Twitter.


Odds & Ends

It was only a matter of time before a sports team got tuxedo uniforms ... Adrian Peterson is now a married man ... Andrew McCutchen spent some quality time with a 100-year-old fan ... The 10 craziest sports tattoos of all time ... The Sacramento Kings were very excited to win the Las Vegas Summer League ... This is what Bryce Harper would look like in a Montreal Expos uniform ... Jack White did not appear to have a good time at the Cubs game ... A Gold Cup-winning racehorse owned by Queen Elizabeth II tested positive for the banned-drug morphine ... The cast of Napoleon Dynamite reunited for the movie's 10-year anniversary ... The 50 funniest family vacation photos ... Irony: The George Harrison Memorial Tree was killed by beetles ... Follow me on Twitter and become a fan of the Hot Clicks Facebook page.


Cristiano Ronaldo Dodges Dandruff

Not sure why he agreed to do this commercial but it's awesome. (H/T Sportsgrid)


Meet The Fungo Brothers

Jimmy Fallon and The Rock team up for an infomercial.


Rough Night at the Office

Yankees pitcher Shane Green committed three bad errors in Monday night's game against the Rangers.


The World's Most Terrifying Free Fall Drop Ride 

This is the Sky Tower, located at Tivoli Friheden in Denmark. You couldn't pay me to do this.

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