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Hot Clicks: Missy Peregrym; LeBron James leads Heat to Game 6 win with 45 poins

Well, That Was Impressive
LeBron James :: Jesse D. Garrabrant/NBAE via Getty Images


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The King came to play last night. As you know by now, LeBron James finished with 45 points, 15 rebounds and five assists (highlights here) to keep the Heat's season alive. Of course, all this does is set up James to get crushed by people if he fails to lead Miami to victory in Game 7 on Saturday. ESPN reporter Doris Burke did a nice job asking James about that after the game (although her closing line of "it was our pleasure tonight" was a little over-the-top). After his interview with Burke, James then had a beer thrown at him by a Celtics fan. But back to ESPN to close out this lead item: Despite letting LeBron hijack their network for a one-hour infomercial when they aired "The Decision," the Worldwide Leader in Sports needs to be reminded that he's not on the Cavaliers.
There Is A Bright Side
Sure, Chad Ochocinco got cut by the Patriots yesterday, but his luck is changing. An adult website is offering him $69,000 to change his name to "Chad Seisnueve."
Oh, No
Game 3 of the AHL's Calder Cup finals was determined by a fluke goal which snapped a 0-0 tie in overtime.
Photo Gallery Of The Day
Missy Peregrym :: Jesse Grant/WireImage
Actress Missy Peregrym (who used to date Ben Roethlisberger) stars on some ABC show called Rookie Blue. More importantly, she just did this photoshoot for a magazine.
Always Good For A Laugh
SportsPickle.com has a solid roundup of the athlete tweets of the week.
Quote Of The Day
After being called out by his teammates for having a poor attitude last season, Jets wide receiver Santonio Holmes seems to be picking up where he left off. Holmes was unhappy with his workload at yesterday's OTA practice and told reporters, "Let the coaches understand, too many reps today."
Giveaway Of The Day
Courtesy BiGR Audio
In honor of the Subway Series, I have one pair of Yankees headphones and one pair of Mets headphones to giveaway. In order to win, you must e-mail me (Jimmy_Traina@simail.com) the answer to the following question and put "Contest" in the subject line. If you fill out the form below, you won't be eligible. The first person to tell me who the last player was to wear No. 2 before Derek Jeter wins the Yankees headphones. The first person to tell me which Mets player uses "Call Me Maybe" as their walkup song wins the Mets headphones.

UPDATE: Contest is over. Mike Gallego wore No. 2 before Jeter. Justin Turner uses "Call Me Maybe" as his walk-up song. The winners were Andy Alleman (Mets) and Dana Corbin (Yankees).
Sports Video Of The Day
Red Sox reliever Alfredo Aceves wore a skull and crossbones Snuggie in the bullpen during last night's game against the Orioles.

Jimmy Kimmel Video Of The Day
Here is the latest installment of This Week in Unnecessary Censorship.

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