Hot Clicks: Alana de la Garza; Craig Sager's wildest suits
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After seeing that TNT sideline reporter Craig Sager was a trending topic on Twitter last night, I inquired about what kind of suit he was wearing. Of course, my Twitter followers quickly came through, and this was the ensemble sported by Sager. That episode leads to this gallery of Sager's wildest suits through the years.
Major Fun In The MinorsWhat do "Livin' La Vida Lunch Meat," "Mad Tight '90s Night: The Remix featuring Alfonso Ribeiro," and "Tiger Woods Night" have in common? They're all promotions taking place at minor league ballparks this week.
Lovely Lady Of The Day
Alana de la Garza :: George Napolitano/Getty ImagesBrock Chapple, of Southport, Manitoba, says, "Hey, Jimmy. Law & Order is apparently finished after 20 years. How about Alana de la Garza as LLOD as a tribute?" Here you go.
This Wouldn't Have Happened To JackThe Suns weren't the only ones who went down at the Staples Center last night. During a skirmish between a fan and security after the game, actor David Arquette was knocked to the ground and unable to get up for 30 seconds while the melee took place.
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Sports Video Of The DayA University of Tampa player hit a grand slam in the fifth inning of yesterday's game to extend his team's lead from 3-2 to 7-2. Sounds exciting, but not earth-shattering, right? Well, to the University of Tampa announcer (who makes Gus Johnson seem like he's in coma), it was beyond earth shattering.
Ridiculous Commercial Of The Day?I won't call this a ridiculous "product" because tearing up while cutting onions is a problem for everyone. But the commercial is still ridiculous. (Thanks to Dave B., of Bethlehem, Pa., for the link.)