Tuesday's P.M. Hot Clicks: lovely lady of the day Lucy Watson; NBA Stars on the Big Screen
NBA Goes Hollywood
From LeBron James in Trainwreck to Gheorghe Muresan's star-making performance in My Giant, the gallery above takes a look at NBA players on the big screen (click here for full-size version).
Butter Tribute to Ohio State
Secret Burrito Compartment
I'm not one to tell athletes how to spend their money, but tricking out your car with a secret burrito compartment is absolutely worth whatever it costs. Just ask A's pitcher Sean Doolittle.
P.M. Lovely Lady of the Day
Tom from New Zealand wrote in to ask that we feature British model Lucy Watson. Excellent choice, Tom. Lucy earns today's PM LLOD honors (click here for full-size gallery).
Can Anyone Catch Norway's Mystery Pooper?
In one of the most entertaining and bizarre stories of the summer, a mystery pooper has invaded the golf courses of Norway and no one can stop him. I hope it's a him, at least.
Evolution of the Selfie
Happy Birthday Jia Jia
I Like These Uniforms
Only in Tennessee
Odds & Ends
SI Swimsuit 2016 Casting Call: Karla Azevedo ... Sacramento teammates DeMarcus Cousins and Omri Casspi got muddy in the Dead Sea ... Rough moment for the MLB Network ... How the average American man’s body compares to others around the world ... Here's what's streaming in August on Netflix, Amazon, Hulu and HBO ... Gallery: Tom Brady and controvery ... One reason not to live in Buffalo: the snow from the winter still hasn't melted ... I'm excited for Billy Eichner's new Hulu show ... The fines for public urination at major cities across the world ... Did you know John Hamm was Ellie Kemper's high school drama teacher ... A new Dr. Seuss book is on the way.
Johnny Manziel Dunks
Uproxx collected the best videos of non-basketball players showing off their dunking skills. Johnny Manziel is my favorite.
This guy wanted to examine his golf swing so he brought his new GoPro to the course. It all went downhill from there (H/T Sportsgrid)
Every Little Thing Gonna Be Alright
The just-traded Shane Victorino breaks down while talking to Boston reporters about his at-bat music.
In a tearful goodbye, Shane Victorino said he's retiring his signature walk-up song out of respect for Boston. WATCH: http://t.co/vC8hGVqxAF— ESPN (@espn) July 28, 2015
Three Little Birds
May as well take this opportunity to play the entire Bob Marley classic.
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