Monday's P.M. Hot Clicks
Chris Bosh turns 30 today and Complex is celebrating with 30 GIFs of things that the average fan may not know about Bosh. Since the Heat center is one of the most unique personalities in sports, I created a gallery of the weirdest Bosh photos I could find, starting with this shot of him singing at the Second Annual "South Beach Battioke" last February.
ESPN the Magazine polled 143 MLB players and Bryce Harper is their choice for most overrated, followed by Yasiel Puig and Alex Rodriguez.
Sorry, Longhorns fans. Texas lost to Michigan in the Round of 32 but the school did win Mother Jones' tournament of schools with the highest athletic revenue. Wisconsin, Florida and Virginia were the other schools in the Final Four. As for the tournament itself, both Athlon Sports and Coed.com have compiled the best off-the-court moments from the opening weekend.
Lisalla Montenegro, the wife of Angels pitcher C.J. Wilson, headlines this look at the 60 hottest WAGs of the 2014 baseball season ... Kate Upton was cloned for her Vogue photo shoot ... Thanks to Popohlic for introducing me to Israeli model Lina Jornea ... Morgan Miller, the wife of Dayton coach Archie Miller, has been one of the biggest stories of the tournament ... Hot Clicks favorite AnnaLynne McCord will appear on Dallas ... The first-ever Pole Dancing awards show takes place tonight in Los Angeles ... Tara Reid visited a beach in Australia while filming the horror flick Charlie's Farm.
Our good friends at ManCrates.com are giving away two college-themed crates (complete with with four licensed school pint glasses, coasters and a bottle-opener) in honor of March Madness. I will give them two the first two people who email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) the theme of Chris Bosh's 30th birthday party, which I mentioned in AM Clicks. Please make the subject line "Man Crates."
Update (4:35 p.m.): Contest is over. Winners will be notified this afternoon. More giveaways this week
Pacers center Andrew Bynum is out indefinitely with knee soreness, which gives him plenty of time for a halftime haircut.
Peyton Manning turns 38 today. I searched the SI Vault for our first profile of him and came across this piece from Aug. 1996, just before Manning's sophomore season at Tennessee.
"Eleven months have passed and another college football season beckons. Peyton Manning is the player of the year before the first ball is snapped. He holds in his 20-year-old hands the dreams of Tennessee football fans, who desperately want an SEC title and the Volunteers' first national championship since 1951, and who want to see Manning become the school's first Heisman Trophy winner. He is also some NFL team's living fantasy, a 6'5½", 223-pound once-in-a-decade catch who might enter the draft alter this, his junior season. "He's the first pick," says the New York Giants' director of college scouting, Tom Boisture. "Last year, this year, next year, whenever he wants." Manning is in a magical place, soon to be a wealthy professional, but for one more year he is a throwback, living an ideal. Now there is a story."
Drew Brees dressed up as Noah while going to see Noah at the movie theater over the weekend ... Giants punter Steve Weatherford spent time with a Leukemia patient he met on Twitter ... Yasiel Puig showed up at a Hollywood club last night in his $300,000 Rolls Royce ... Bill Belichick does not do photos, even if the other 31 NFL coaches do ... Jeff Bauman, who lost both is legs in the Boston Marathon bombing, is engaged and expecting his first child with fiancee Erin Hurley ... Winning = Fun for Iowa State ... Keyshawn Johnson Jr. received scholarship offers to play football at Florida State, Arizona State, SMU, Ohio State and Utah ... The Tigers used a press release to vent their frustration with Max Scherzer's contract negotiations ... Thirteen ways to spruce up your boring grilled cheese sandwich ... Alyson Hannigan doesn't seem very excited about turning 40 ... A Hawaiian man put out a fire at his house with miso soup ... The best NCAA Tournament cheerleaders from the midwest bracket ... Nobody in Greece knows what Greek yogurt is.
Toronto created this hype video for the return of its mascot, The Raptor.
The bulldog kissing the baby at the 15-second mark is tremendous.
Lost Letterman compiled the 10 best victory celebrations in NCAA Tournament history. Bryce Drew and Valparaiso finished second.
Gary Bender introduces the 1984 matchup between Indiana and North Carolina.