Thursday's A.M. Hot Clicks: Are Short Shorts Returning To The NBA?
Fashion is cyclical and Chris Douglas-Roberts thinks it's time to bring the short shorts back to the NBA. The Clippers guard announced on Twitter that he is switching to medium shorts because he "never felt the big shorts. Short shorts wavy man. Fools in big shorts hoopin look like Bone Collector out there." In honor of CDR, I searched for the best NBA short shorts photos I could find and the jackpot was hit with the 1987 NBA Three-Point Contest participants. That's a lot of leg.
The offseason of NBA Twitter memes continued last night with #NBAPokemon. I missed the entire Pokemon phenomenon so this didn't do much for me. I still like #NBACartoons the most, followed by #NBAMovies, #NBASitcoms and #NBAMusicians,
One Way To Earn Free Text Books
Scott Dalrymple, the new president of Columbia College in Missouri, is offering free text books for a year if a lucky student can beat him in Madden NFL 25. The school will hold a tournament in October and the winner will play Dalrymple. If he or she wins, the prize is free books. If he or she loses, it's expel time (just kidding).
Lovely Lady of the Day
I spotted Shiram Diniz among the models towering over Ryan Seacrest during the Fashion Rocks special a couple nights ago and can't believe I've never featured her. She earns today's LLOD honors (click here for full-size gallery).
Scott Mitchell Weight Update
The former Lions quarterback, who looks more like an offensive lineman these days, is appearing on the new season of America's Biggest Loser. As part of the show, Mitchell, of course, had to take off his shirt and step on the scale. The result wasnt pretty.
12 Greatest Things In Hockey Video Game History
Puck Daddy is celebrating the release of NHL 15 with his list of the 12 greatest things in hockey video game history. And as a big Swingers fan, it's good to see "make Wayne Gretzky's head bleed" included in the list.
From the SI Vault
As Danny Ferry's future as GM of the Hawks remains in doubt, we go back to February 1988 for today's Vault photo. In the pic, Ferry enjoys lunch with Duke teammate (and current Utah Jazz head coach) Quin Snyder. The duo played together for four seasons and played in three Final Fours (1986, 1988 and 1989), including the 1986 national championship game. For more classic sports photos, visit the SI Vault on Twitter
Odds & Ends
You gotta love this Nats fan and his custom "Beer" jersey ... A Packers fan wrote the Green Bay Press Gazette to express disapproval with women flashing their bras on the videoboard ... Cordarrelle Patterson bribes Matt Cassell with cookies so he'll get more touches ... The Saints purchased 100 Devon Still jerseys with the proceeds going toward pediatric cancer care and research ... WWE legend Jerry Lawler is also an amazing artist ... Pistons forward Greg Monroe allegedly urinated on himself during his arrest for driving while impaired ... Which MLB teams benefit the most from defensive shifts ... This cat fell 17 floors and didn't get injured ... The hacked celeb nude pics made Reddit enough money to run its servers for a month.
Bear on Golf Course!
This is the best golf video I've seen all year.
Steph Curry Can Shoot
Stephen Curry, Kenneth Faried and James Harden take shots from the bench during break in a Team USA practice. Guess who was the first to convert?
Roger Clemens. Movie Star.
This is the trailer for 108 Stitches, a new (straight to DVD) baseball comedy that looks like it stole its plot directly from Major League. Hall of Very Good has 10 reasons you should watch the movie but I think there's just one you need to know: Roger Clemens is in it.
Jimmy Kimmel visited fashion week to catch people lying through their teeth.