Monday January 11th, 2016

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Wild-card Sunday Round-Up

The Packers and Seahawks advanced and the Vikings suffered the 10th most agonizing postseason loss in NFL history when Blair Walsh missed a chip shot (with the laces in) for the win. Players and fans had some memorable reactions, my favorite being the video above (or this NSFW one). There were also plenty of Ace Ventura jokes. It was the third coldest game in NFL history, though that didn't stop 88-year-old Vikings legend Bud Grant from wearing short sleeves to the coin flip. Meanwhile in Washington, DeSean Jackson's inability to score on what looked like a sure touchdown cost the Redskins, who lost 35-18 to the Packers, as Randall Cobb celebrated with an epic "You Like That."

Tracksuit Night in Winnipeg

Winnipeg fans trolled former Jet Evander Kane by wearing track suits to Sunday night's game against Buffalo. It was Kane's first game back since being traded to the Sabres last year. Quick backstory: Last February, Kane violated team rules by wearing a tracksuit to a team meeting. This annoyed his teammates and led to Dustin Byfuglien throwing said tracksuit into a cold tub. Kane missed the team's game that night and was traded to Buffalo shortly after. The Sabres won the game, 4-2, but Kane had an embarrassing fall upon first taking the ice.

Braves Fans Tie Knot

Nothing says romance quite like a Chipper Jones-themed wedding.

Lovely Lady of the Day rounded up the most intense cleavage from Sunday night's Golden Globe Awards and leading the charge was Katy Perry. She is today's LLOD (click for full size gallery).

Italian Dunk Contest Fail

I don't even have a joke here. This is just ugly.

Quirky Road Signs From Around the World

Who knew street dancing was such a problem in England?

Hot Clicks Giveaway

Did you know Wilson makes the official game football of the 2016 college football playoff? Did you know that 75% of college football programs play with Wilson footballs? Well, now you know and thanks to the good people at Wilson, you can have an official game ball of your own. I have three balls totalone Clemson, one Alabama and one neutralto give away. I'll send one to the 100th (Alabama football), 200th (Clemson football) and 300th (neutral) who emails me ( the date of the most agonizing loss in NFL history. The link is in the first item of today's Clicks. Please make the subject line "Wilson."


Update (3:30 p.m.): Contest is closed. Winners have been notified. Thanks for playing!

Best Giveaway of the Weekend

Russell Westbrook: Slayer Fan

Odds & Ends

The crying Knicks fan from draft night met Kristaps Porzingis ... LeBron James got drilled in the face during pregame warmups ... Here are eight of Alexander Ovechkin's most memorable goals (he scored his 500th goal on Sunday) ... A Bengals fan allegedly peed on the person sitting in front of him during Saturday's game ... Only Lionel Messi can score two goals with one shot ... Kevin Durant gave his game-worn sneakers to a fan after she was denied by the Make-a-Wish Foundation.

Alabama-Clemson Taiwanese Animation Preview

SI has a TON of preview content for tonight's national championship, but none quite as entertaining as this video.

Jaromir Jagr Even Scores by Accident

Today in Sports

What to watch today, including Clemson and Alabama battling it out for the national title, the Warriors hosting the Heat and the Florida Panthers taking on the Canucks.

Comfortably Numb

David Bowie passed away Sunday night after an 18-month battle with cancer. In this 2006 video, Bowie performs Comfortably Numb with members of Pink Floyd.  

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