Audrina Patridge :: Courtesy of Maxim.com
With the NBA regular season set to close Wednesday, Cuzoogle looks back on its preseason comparison of teams to female celebrities and evaluates those predictions by using even more female celebrities, including The Hills' Audrina Patridge.
You've probably seen Reed Johnson's unbelievable catch from last night. The Cubs' right fielder went over the wall to take a grand slam away from Prince Fielder. Well, this wasn't the first time Johnson made a memorable grab.
Kyle Chandler, Connie Britton, Minka Kelly and Zach Gilford :: Michael Loccisano/Getty Images
Judging by the unbelievable amount of e-mails I got over the weekend, all of you who watch Friday Night Lights were extremely satisfied with the season finale. Mark Baxter, of Crestwood, Ky., sent in a short missive, but it got right to the point: "I now HATE the Dillon Panthers. GO EAST DILLON HIGH!" A couple of you criticized me for not promoting the fact that Minka Kelly appeared in a bikini at the beginning of the episode. This should solve that problem. And then there was an outpouring of mail from folks in Cleveland. I'll let Jeremy explain: "It's bad enough that I had tickets to the Tribe home opener and there was a three-hour rain delay (that I did not sit through). But after I got home, dried off and warmed up and sat down to watch the FNL finale, the Indians game resumed play. The game was being broadcast that day on NBC so no finale. The local NBC station says it will re-air it but I've been checking on their Web site all weekend and still no update. This sucks worse than the Tribes' play this year." To all the folks in Cleveland (and to any of you who want to start watching the show before Season 4 begins), you can check out the full episode, as well as any episode from all three seasons, right here on NBC.com. Lastly, here is a Season 3 quiz.
The Sporting Muse recaps the major with Masters Tournament Honors You Won't See Jim Nantz Handing out in Butler Cabin.
Everyone's talking about Kenny Perry's choke, but The World of Isaac is talking about the fact that Perry's daughter is a Tennessee Titans cheerleader.
Tons of you sent this in, and I screwed up by not posting it Friday. Here's yet another sick goal, courtesy of the Dallas Stars' Mike Ribeiro.
Check out the Suns' Louis Amundson -- with Alando Tucker and some guy named Shaquille O'Neal doing the backup dancing -- belting out a little Ice, Ice, Baby at a recent charity event.
This one is a couple of years old, but it's never been in Hot Clicks before.