He's Having A Bad Year
UCLA Proposal


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Since this is my first Hot Clicks of 2012, I really, really, really wanted to start with something positive. I considered waxing poetic about the Paris reunion between Derek Jeter and Minka Kelly, but I know many of you get annoyed with my Jeter obsession. So now I'm forced to kick things off with something painful and cringeworthy: A marriage proposal gone horribly wrong at a recent UCLA basketball game.
Give 'Em Hell, Holly!
ESPN sideline reporter Holly Rowe stole the show at the Sugar Bowl last night when she tossed another woman aside to get a postgame interview with Michigan football coach Brady Hoke.
The Digital Age
Sports fans with a smartphone are a dangerous combination. The latest example comes from this Miami Heat supporter who got so fed up with a woman's constant screaming at a recent game that he started this web page, complete with "OMG LADY, SHUT UP" headline, a diagram of where she sat, and a soundboard of her screeching. (Thanks to Josh Feldman, of Queens, N.Y., for the link.)
Photo Gallery Of The Day
Irina Shayk :: SI
Irina Shayk, looking better than ever, is featured in the latest issue of Esquire UK.
Get Animated
SB Nation has compiled the 50 best sports GIFs of 2011.
Tattoo Of The Day
A Bills fan thought it would be a good idea to get a picture of Stevie Johnson's face tattooed on his bicep.
Sports Video Of The Day
Kobe Bryant has a nifty assist last night on a basket scored by Kobe Bryant.

Jimmy Kimmel Video Of The Day
Before the holiday break, Hot Clicks posted Kimmel's "I Gave My Kids a Terrible Present" YouTube challenge. The late night host brought us Part II last night.

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