Hot Clicks: Serinda Swan; Clippers erase 27-point deficit against Grizzlies
Clippers Crazy Comeback
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In case you missed it late last night, the Clippers were down 95-71 with 9:13 remaining against the Grizzlies before pulling off one of the more amazing playoff comebacks you'll ever see. Here's a 49-second summary of how they erased the deficit, which left Grizzlies fans stunned and won Floyd Mayweather a mere $1.8 million. The win left Clippers point guard Chris Paul in such a good mood that he took a nice shot at TNT's Craig Sager during the postgame interview.
The Weekend's Biggest FoolThat dishonor goes to Nike sneaker designer Jason Petrie, who mocked Derrick Rose's torn ACL via Twitter by blaming Rose for being an Adidas guy.
Speaking Of Fools...Nationals phenom Bryce Harper, who is sporting some kind of mullet mohawk, got his first major league hit Saturday night. The occasion will always be remembered, but not for Harper's double. It will be remembered as the time a fan mooned the camera just as the pitch was coming toward homeplate. (Warning: That link contains the full moon.)
Photo Gallery Of The Day
Serinda Swan :: Jonathan Leibson/FilmMagicBrian, of Youngstown, Ohio, says, "Hey, Jimmy, I'm serving overseas in the Air Force and I just got hip to A&E's show, Breakout Kings. I don't know if you've ever featured Serinda Swan, who stars as Erica on the show, but if not she definitely deserves a spot." Hot Clicks has featured Swan before, but that doesn't mean we shouldn't feature her again.
Not-So Happy HolidayWe've seen many videos of athletes going undercover to work in sporting goods stores. This one by Sixers guard Jrue Holiday might be the best one yet. The highlight comes late in the clip when Holiday thinks a fan actually wants one of his jerseys.
Takedown Video Of The DayIt's not just security who will take you down if you run onto the field during a baseball game. Umpires will get you, too. (Thanks to Josh Handler, of St. Louis, for the video.)