Bianca Kajlich :: Courtesy of Maxim.com
I had this whole thing written out about how there was a lot of good stuff on TV last night, with the highlight being the Bulls-Celtics game. I was going to tie in the fact that Bianca Kajlich was seen on Rules of Engagement, she's married to Landon Donovan and she comes in at No. 9 on this list of the top 100 soccer WAGs. But then it struck me. The female talent on network TV on Monday nights is off the charts. The list goes like this: Yvonne Strahovski (Chuck), Elisha Cuthbert (24), Blake Lively (Gossip Girl), Leighton Meester (Gossip Girl), Kaley Cuoco (Big Bang Theory) and Kajlich. I think this revelation calls for a poll. (And before you e-mail about omissions, this is a PARTIAL list. I know other deserving females are missing. I will follow up with a Part 2 next Monday.)
Former SportsCenter anchor Jack Edwards, who does play-by-play for the Bruins, really got into his call of Boston's late empty-net goal that sealed a 4-2 victory over Montreal.
Steve Young :: Peter Brouillet/Getty Images
Steve Young went from BYU to the USFL's L.A. Express. But can you remember which NFL team drafted him? Test your NFL, NBA and MLB draft knowledge with this quiz.
The Blog of Hilarity has compiled a bunch of videos of people trying to dunk off their roof.
Here are a few recent gems from Twitter. Barry Zito: "i am completely inspired by this Susan Boyle. her inner light really shines when she sings doesn't it?!" Kim Kardashian: "i'm in love with Britney Spears!!!" Shaquille O'Neal: "Started my diet the other day, I haven't cheated yet, I wanna b a calvin klein underwear model, pls dnt laugh, lol." But today's best Tweet comes from Brahsome.com's Will Brinson: "Dunkin Donuts is giving away iced coffee for 50 cents today." (UPDATE, 12:44 p.m.: Dave from TailgatingIdeas.com just alerted me that today is also free cone day at Ben & Jerry's. Enjoy.))
Remember last week when Hot Clicks told you about a Florida high school pitcher who threw three no-hitters in a row? Make it four.
We mentioned Bulls-Celtics at the top, but the video deserves its own space. Hmm, what did Kevin Garnett say after Ray Allen's clutch shot?
It takes a while for this to get going, but it's pretty good. Especially when LeBron falls down at the end. (Thanks to Neil Bansal, of Akron, Ohio, for the link.)
This has been around a little while, but it's blowing up now. The movie is summed up in a three-minute rap song.