Friday's A.M. Hot Clicks
Dwyane Wade (sweet kicks) went back into the time machine last night to deliver a sensational performance (32 points, six rebounds, six steals) in leading the Heat to a Game 4 win over the Spurs. It was Wade's first 30-point game since March 4. Here's one more stat to keep in mind in case the Spurs win Game 5 on Sunday: The Heat haven't lost consecutive games since Jan. 8-10. Back to last night: At least these Spurs fans had a pizza to help him deal with the loss.
Personally, you couldn't pay me to go to an NFL game. The experience is much better on television and I'm Sunday Ticket For Life! However, if you like to attend games, you better read up on the new rules because you basically can't bring anything into stadiums anymore -- unless, of course, you buy one of the NFL's bags and help the league make more money.
It's a very big no-no for folks at ESPN to criticize ESPN. (The same applies at SI, so don't bother sending me an e-mail to say I'm bashing ESPN.) However, when you're an untouchable as Bill Simmons is, you know you can get away with taking your shots. Simmons, frustrated by a lack of air time following last night's Spurs-Heat game (and, in my opinion, envious of the leeway the TNT studio show gets), took to Twitter. Chances are, ESPN, will give him another Twitter timeout, which only works in Simmons' benefit. I mean, how pathetic does a major money-making corporation look by "suspending" one of its people from TWEETING, as if they're a teacher disciplining a seventh grader.
Here is a new photoshoot with one of Hot Clicks' favorite models, Rachelle Goulding. ... Another Hot Clicks favorite, model Johanna Lundback, has also done some new work. ... The Miss USA pageant takes place Sunday night. Here's a preview.
Colin Kaepernick has a lot of sneakers. ... Eagles quarterback Matt Barkley didn't appreciate an Adam Schefter tweet. . ... The debate over the Redskins name has gotten the Taiwanese animation treatment.
At least they corrected this mistake.
[mlbvideo id="27996481" width="600" height="360"/]
Robin Thicke's uncensored video for Blurred Lines is a viral sensation, thanks to some nudity. We don't get that in this spoof, but it's still good for a few laughs.