Hot Clicks: NBA Draft fashions; Yesica Toscanini
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If you're going to watch the NBA Draft tonight, you're bound to see some wacky outfits. Here's a look back at some of the interesting fashions from the NBA Draft over the years.
Memo To Athletes: BE CAREFULThis has been quite a week for scandals and scandals that aren't really scandals. We'll start with the latter: Maple Leafs forward Joffrey Lupul has caused some controversy because a female fan exposed some tweets he sent her asking for naked photos. Lupul is single and the woman initially sent him a provocative picture. Yet, for some reason, Lupul is getting ripped. Meanwhile, an ex-stripper allegedly tried to extort Warriors coach Mark Jackson, with whom she allegedly had an affair. Last, but not least, we have another alleged extortion plot. This one involves a woman who claims she has video of Terrell Owens pleasuring himself.
Single TearWhen Italy took a 2-0 lead against Germany in their Euro 2012 game this afternoon, one German fan couldn't hide her emotions.
Lovely Lady Of The Day
Yesica Toscanini :: J.Sciulli/WireImage for Bragman Nyman CafarelliAlistair, of London, says, "Hey, Jimmy, any chance of featuring Yesica Toscanini as the LLOD?" After doing some research on the Argentinean model (and by "research," I mean a Google Images search), the only answer to Alistar's question is hell yes. So, Yesica Toscanini gets today's LLOD honors.
Unsportsmanlike ConductPackers linebacker A.J. Hawk took a break from a recent golf outing to play some flag football with friends. When he got burned on a long pass, he handled it by pushing the receiver into a lake.
Petition Video Of The DayHere's a guy asking people to sign a petition to get people to stop asking other people to sign petitions.
Music Video Of The DayIf it wasn't for Call Me Maybe, Somebody That I Used To Know by Gotye would be the most parodied song of the past few months. Below if a version that pays tribute to Star Wars. (Thanks to Aaron Trump, of Bloomington, Ind., and Branden Allen, of Lehi, Utah, for the video.)