Wednesday's A.M. Hot Clicks

Wednesday May 29th, 2013

The Good, The Bad And The Ugly

LeBron James LeBron James :: AP

It was a very eventful Tuesday night for LeBron James in Indiana. The Heat star pulled off one of his classic flops, had one of the most impressive blocks you'll ever see (which led to a vintage Marv Albert call) and fouled out with 56 second remaining on a truly awful call in Indiana's win to tie the series.

Kiss Cam Adventures

Things got awkward for a brother and sister during Monday's Dodgers game when they were put on the Kiss-Cam. However, the lame stadium/arena bit did provide a tender moment at last night's Sharks-Blues game when it caught David Beckham with his daughter. Speaking of the Sharks-Kings game, nice job by NBC Sports host Liam McHugh for alerting Keyshawn Johnson to Justin Bieber's whereabouts.

Kangaroo Court Will Get Him

Twins rookie Chris Colabello wore the wrong jersey last night.

Lovely Lady Of The Day

Sara Underwood Sara Underwood :: Ethan Miller/Getty Images

A brand new Sara Underwood photoshoot has hit the web. ... Hot Clicks' new favorite model, Nikki Leigh, seems to do a new photoshoot everyday. This is her latest. ... Victoria's Secret's Lily Aldridge has just done some modeling for the company.

Feel Good Item

There was a great scene at Fenway Park last night as Carlos Arredondo and Jeff Bauman, two heroes from last month's Boston Marathon bombings, threw out the first pitch.

Sports Video Of The Day

Via the YouTube desciption, this video is from a high school track meet in the Rift Valley of Kenya. The ups are impressive. (Thanks to Joaquin Paolo, of Hong Kong, and Sal Chan, of Forest Hills, N.Y., for the video.)

Driving Video Of The Day

If you've ever dozed off while driving, you know it's scary as hell. But this kid pulls it off beautifully.

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