Thursday’s PM Hot Clicks feature two dogs playing hockey and Genesis Rodriguez as the Lovely Lady of the Day.
P.K. Subbark vs. Woofrey Lupul
Video of two dogs playing hockey. What's not to like?
Another Twist in Sam Hinkie's Bonkers Letter
Sam Hinkie’s insane resignation letter is even better than it first seemed.
“Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the ax,” Hinkie quoted Abraham Lincoln as saying. There’s just one problem—Lincoln never said that. It’s still a popular motivational quote in sports, though. When I covered the football team in college, they went as far as to carry an actual ax on the field for every game.
*Twinkling Piano Music*
P.M. Lovely Lady of the Day
You Think Bill Simmons Still Doesn't Like ESPN?
Bill Simmons uploaded not one, but two videos of him providing commentary over Stephen A. Smith’s bloviating.
Trump’s security guys need better tailors
Clinton is the tourist every New Yorker hates
Kasich eats a big sandwich
Odds & Ends
A commemorative Kobe Bryant hat will cost you an arm and a leg. ... Ravens running back Terrance West got robbed twice in one day at a hotel, so he’s suing the owners of the place. ... Bomani Jones wore a shirt on TV and a bunch of idiots got angry at him. ... It costs $6,200 to rent a giant American flag. ... The Princeton lacrosse coach who elbowed an opposing player got fired. Big surprise. ... Adidas has special Jackie Robinson cleats for Jackie Robinson Day. ... The chair J.K. Rowling sat in while writing Harry Potter just sold at auction for $394,000. ... You can play with hedgehogs at a cafe in Japan. ... Gallery: The Day in Sports (April 7), featuring the Masters, the Frozen Four and more.
Don't Do This
A Cool Science Video
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