By Jimmy Traina
June 07, 2013

Down, But Not Out

Tony Parker :: Getty Images


By now you've likely seen it over and over, but in case you haven't, here is Tony Parker's ridiculous basket (which came after he nearly lost his dribble and slipped to the ground) that sealed San Antonio's Game 1 win in the NBA Finals last night.

This Seems Awkward, Yet Awesome

Many athletes and celebrities took to Twitter to share their thoughts on Parker's shot. I embedded the best exchange above, but you can see a full roundup here.

You Can't Make This Up

Now, Major League  Baseball umpires are blowing TWO calls on ONE play.

Lovely Lady Links Roundup

Terra Jo Wallace Terra Jo Wallace

Terra Jo Wallace is a model who has never been in Hot Clicks before until now. ... Same thing with model Penelope Simpson. ... Kate Upton. Just Kate Upton.

Random Links

The Packers played dodgeball yesterday, which made Aaron Rodgers very happy. ... Bud Selig has no idea what year it is. ... Check out this little kid who stole a baseball from an extremely attractive woman at last night's Royals game.

Well Done, Zac Wilch!

If anyone out there in Hot Clicks Nation works for a company that can supply some free stuff, please give it to Zac Wilch because he deserves it. Wilch was at Wednesday's Mariners game with his Little League team and grabbed Kyle Seager's home run ball. (This was the ball a father knocked over his son to go after.) Wilch saw the deplorable actions of the dad and ended up giving the ball to the little kid.

Sports Video Of The Day

So much going on in this clip of David Ortiz's game-winning home run for the Red Sox last night including: 1) Teammates rip off his jersey during the home plate bunny hop to reveal a "Famous As F**K T-shirt." 2) Catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia's hair. 3) Dude behind home plate in blue shirt with arms folded at the 1:10 mark who is so not impressed. (Thanks to Tony, of Annandale, Va., for the tip.)

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Jimmy Kimmel Video Of The Day

Here is this week's installment of This Week in Unnecessary Censorship.

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