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Creole Week :: Andres Stapff/Reuters

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The latest installment of SI.com's look at the wackiest and most unusual photos of the week features something called Creole Week (above), the German Office Chair Championships and the Budapest Bikini Show.
Sports And Music, Part I
From the Red Hot Chili Peppers' Magic Johnson to Yung Berg's new track, Derrick Rose, Complex.com is looking at the history of songs dedicated to NBA players.
Sports And Music, Part I
GossipSports.com compared Major League Baseball teams to hip-hop MCs.
Lovely Lady Of The Day
Sarah Shahi :: Neilson Barnard/Getty Images
Actress Sarah Shahi has been given this honor before, but she deserves it again because yesterday she destroyed Paris Hilton on Twitter. Well done, Sarah.
Random Links
To follow up on a story that was in today's A.M. Hot Clicks, here's video of Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun calling the fan who put her phone number on a sign. ... A soccer reporter getting hit with a ball is always funny. ... Speaking of funny, this Cubs fan throws back a home run ball and proceeds to knock over someone else's beer.
If You Can't Wait Until May 26...
I have not watched these because I want to avoid spoilers and, like Frank Costanza, I need to "go in fresh." But here are four new trailers for The Hangover Part II.
Sports Video Of The Day
Former Miami Hurricane and current NFL Network analyst Michael Irvin gave a pep talk to the team after their spring game last week. I think he's trying to be serious, but the whole thing comes off as high comedy. (Thanks to Jovan for the video.)

Skiing Video Of The Day
You'll feel like you're falling down when you watch this.

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