Top 10 SI Swimsuit Covers: Hot Clicks
Elsa Benitez, Tyra Banks :: Russell James/SI
DonChavez.com thought the start of summer was the perfect time to rank the top 10 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue covers (all covers can be found here). Not that anyone cares, but these are our two favorite covers. One made Don Chavez's list and one did not.
So many NBA draft links, so little time. First up, if you're looking for a drinking game to liven up tonight's festivities, Rotohog.com has all the rules. The World of Isaac has put together an NBA Wonderlic test. The Legend of Cecilio Guante is naming The Frederic Weis All (Forgettable & Forgotten) First-Rounders. And the Love of Sports ranks the top 10 best draft classes ever.
Steve Nash organized a celebrity soccer game in New York City last night. Some of the participants included Baron Davis, Jason Kidd, Leandro Barbosa and Raja Bell. You Been Blinded has a recap and video of the event.
You'd think Ronaldo Balkman would try to downplay the fact that he's on the Knicks. But his newly pimped ride suggests otherwise.
Hugging Harold Reynolds compares some of George Lucas' famous characters to famous athletes.
Cracked.com examines Six Famous Songs That Don't Mean What You Think. (Warning: Link contains strong language.)
Miranda Kerr :: Charley Gallay/Getty Images
Golden Gophers nix Victoria's Secret underwear ... Kansas fan, 61, gets engaged to 22-year-old ... Charlie Weis is Homer Simpson ... 2008 Bowl Predictions ... Video: Superbad Redux
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First we had the Texas Rangers making the best of a rain delay a couple of weeks ago, and now, via LarryBrownSports.com, comes this amusing video of Tigers closer Todd Jones busting out his Magglio Ordonez impersonation during some down time. (And since we're talking Tigers, you might want to check out how Brandon Inge suffered his latest injury.)
Justin Timberlake sings about Eli Manning in this ESPY's promo. (Thanks to Tara, of N.J., for sending us the link.)
Don't piss off an old lady who's trying to cross the street. (Thanks to Gary Thomas, of Monroe, Ga., for sending us the link.)
Remember when Michael Jordan was drafted third in the 1984 draft? Better yet, do you remember David Stern's mustache?