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It's damn good to be back. You may have noticed Hot Clicks was a bit different the past couple of days, but things should be somewhat back to normal. My home in Long Island is still without power and I can't make it into SI.com's midtown Manhattan office (my parents have power, so, yes, I'm literally writing this from their basement), but I can't complain about anything after seeing the shocking destruction brought forth by Hurricane Sandy. It's hard to comprehend the damage that was done, so as I did yesterday
, I want to provide a link to the American Red Cross website
, where you can make a donation to help with the relief efforts.
As for Hot Clicks, I've been completely out of the loop on sports since Sunday. I have not watched television since Monday afternoon, have barely checked the web and have not read a newspaper. My only connection to the world was Twitter. (Yes, I was one of those people who tweeted some pics
of the aftermath in my neighborhood.) So forgive me if some of the links in this edition are old. I'm going to do my best to empty a very overstuffed inbox.
One thing that is not old, however, is Halloween, which took place yesterday. As you can see above, The Rock
dressed as the Incredible Hulk and it was amazing. Other Halloween costumes of note: Ludacris dressed as
Hornets rookie Anthony Davis
. ... Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper
paid homage to his "That's a clown question, bro" quote and dressed as a clown
. ... Paralympic skier Josh Sundquist
, brought creativity to a new level with his A Christmas Story leg lamp costume
. ... Here's a
young Josh Hamilton,
complete with arm tats. ... Andy Roddick
and Brooklyn Decker dressed as
John and Lorena Bobbit. ... Last, but certainly not least, we have Internet sensation Paulina Gretzky
as a ringmaster.