A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words
Kevin Durant :: @NBA_Photos

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Kevin Durant did this to Brendan Haywood in Oklahoma City's 106-100 win over Dallas on Thursday night. (The photo is more impressive than the actual dunk, which needed Marv Albert to call it.) Far be it for me to give Nike advice, but if the company is smart, it will use this image on the Kevin Durant Backpacks it plans on selling now that the superstar has made the accessory a staple of his postgame press conferences.
Another Must-See Photo
My sympathy to anyone who sat behind this Mavericks fan at last night's game.
Now This Is A Great Sideline Report
Call me immature all you want, but I love it when a curse words goes out on live TV, which happened during last night's Rockies-Phillies game. The fun, however, doesn't come from the actual word. It comes from the reaction of the announcers who get all tongue-tied and nervous as if some big crime was committed. Of course, all this could be avoided if they didn't interview drunk fans during the game. But what do I know.
Photo Gallery Of The Day
Roxanne Mckee :: Tim Whitby/Getty Images
Novak Djokovic hasn't lost this year and he's ranked No. 2 in the world going into the French Open, which begins Sunday. More important than that, however, is the fact that his girlfriend, Jelena Ristic, is a stunner.
Is This The Second-To-Last Hot Clicks Ever?
If you believe the world is coming to an end Saturday, you'll want to check out the official sports Rapture draft from Tauntr.com.
Giveaway Of The Day
T-Mobile Sidekick
I have two brand new T-Mobile Sidekick 4G phones (suggested retail: $379) to give away today. All you win today is the phone. You have to set up a contract with T-Mobile on your own. The first two people to answer the five questions below will get the phones. All the answers come from recent editions of Hot Clicks.

In order to win, you must E-MAIL your answers to Jimmy_Traina@simail.com. You must put "Contest" in the subject line. DO NOT use the form below to submit answers. Those entries will be eliminated. Also, NOT SEND ME THE ANSWERS VIA TWITTER. Again, e-mail your answers to Jimmy_Traina@simail.com and put "Contest" in the subject line.

1. Florida Gators freshman receiver Ja'Juan Story recently said his pregame ritual was "doodooing" and listening to what singer?

2. Marisa Miller recenty said she'd most like to hug which MLB player?

3. This past Monday's A.M. Hot Clicks featured a picture of five Victoria's Secret models. Name them.

4. Which MLB player recently showed up to a Little League game after getting an invite from one of the kids on Twitter?

5. Which of my podcast guests said, "June will be an overload of porn in my house."

UPDATE, 12:35 p.m.: Contest is over. The winners were Ryan Bennett and Andrew Brothers. The answers were 1) Katy Perry; 2) Buster Posey; 3) Adriana Lima, Alessandra Ambrosio, Miranda Kerr, Erin Heatherton and Candice Swanepoel; 4) Brandon Phillips; 5) Chris Cooley
The Hot Clicks Podcast
Those Guys Have All The Fun, a 700-plus page book about the history of ESPN, hits bookstores on Tuesday, May 24. I was lucky enough to get a copy Wednesday right before SI.com media reporter Richard Deitsch and I interviewed author James Andrew Miller. (For tidbits from the book, scroll through my Twitter feed.) Miller talks about what went into his reporting, the feuds that are highlighted throughout the book (Chris Berman vs. Tony Kornheiser is a doozy), the debacle known as The Decision, how Deadspin is like "crack cocaine" to ESPNers and much more. You can listen below, download it on iTunes or download it to your mp3 player.

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Sports Video Of The Day
The hot sport in Japan these days is Botaoshi. The object is to protect your pole (get your minds out of the gutter) for a couple of minutes before the other team can pull it down. If the owners continue to lock out the players, maybe this can fill the NFL void in the winter.

Sports Talk Radio Video Of The Day
Here's the rule in New York: You don't call Mike "The Sports Pope" Francesa and question Mariano Rivera. Ever. Ev. Er.

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