Emily Ratajkowski’s Oscar dress, Shane Lowry’s dirty mouth and a roundup of the NBA are all featured in Monday's P.M. Hot Clicks.
Putting the F in Golf
The NBA has about six weeks of regular season basketball left and it kicked off the home stretch with a bang over the weekend, with a series of strong matchups highlighted by Saturday’s classic between the Warriors and Thunder. Be sure to check out the NBA Power Rankings to see where everyone stands and look at the NBA Week In Review for the major happenings of the last seven days.
P.M. Lovely Lady of the Day
Trouble in 'The Land'
Bears Can't Even Beat Aaron Rodgers on Twitter
Chicago pointed out Aaron Rodgers and Olivia Munn were wearing blue and orange, and his former teammate came to his defense.
Bad News For Ketchup Sprayers
Get Your Holidays Straight
Odds & Ends
Ranking the best foods named after athletes ... Breanna Stewart is adding to her legend at UConn this season ... The best Chris Rock moments at the Oscars ... Find the best workout approach for you ... Michael Jordan’s son is opening a sneaker store in Disney World ... Here is a behind-the-scenes look at making a track on Kanye West’s latest album ... John Oliver went after Donald Trump ... Salem, Ore., fired a group of goats for smelling bad ... This is an amazing high school hockey goal ... The internet was very happy for Leonardo DiCaprio ... Gallery: The Night in Sports (Feb. 29).
Someone Get Hassan Whiteside a Decent Waffle
Cubs Clowning Around
Andre Drummond Makes New Acquisition For Pistons
Performance Enhancing Turbine
Justin Gatlin, who has served two PED bans, beat Usain Bolts 100m world record, with the help of a 20 mph wind. This video is from 2012 but is getting passed around again ahead of the Rio Olympics.
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