Hot Clicks: J.R. Smith beats Kris Humphries in Twitter war; Genevieve Morton
Jimmy took the morning to help with the "Bring Saved by the Bell back to TV" campaign and will be back for today's P.M. Clicks. The Nets may have won the battle, beating the crosstown rival Knicks on Monday afternoon, but Knicks guard J.R. Smith won the (Twitter) war. After the game, Nets forward Kris Humphries noted on Twitter how quiet Madison Square Garden got at the end of the game. That drew a response from Smith, who has never been shy on Twitter, and reminded Humphries that MSG can get quite loud for the right performer.tee off on Ray Lewis. I'm guessing a publicist had a long talk with Burns because less than a day later, the former Ms. Hooters International apologized for letting "the competitiveness of the game and the comments people were making about a team I dearly love get the best of me." since signing a five-year, $35 million contract in July 2009 with the Pistons. The forward has averaged about 11 points and three rebounds in less than 25 minutes per game, but that didn't stop a Pistons fan from getting this huge tattoo of Villanueva inked onto his left arm. Speaking of fans and their bad sports tattoo, SI has collected a bunch of them and turned it into a photo gallery. The ode to Chipper Jones is my favorite.
There's less than a month until the annual SI Swimsuit issue comes out and Coed Magazine has listed the 10 most likely cover girls. Among the choices is the underrated Genevieve Morton, who earns Notable Lady of the Day honors. Speaking of SI Swimsuit, Katherine Webb, the girlfriend of Alabama quarterback A.J. McCarron, will be appearing in the issue. She also landed a spot on Celebrity Diving where she'll join Ndamukong Suh, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Nicole Eggert and others. saw a fan who looked exactly like him sitting right behind the Ottawa bench.by wearing jerseys that said "THANK YOU FANS" during warm-ups before their home opener last night.is contemplating retirement because his taxes are too high ... If you have an extra two cents, you can purchase tickets to an upcoming Sixers game ... After beating the Patriots, some Ravens fans put up their own billboard to confirm the date of Ray Lewis' retirement party ... The original Batmobile sold at auction for $4.2 million.