Thursday's A.M. Hot Clicks feature the lovely Elizabeth Turner and Dwyane Wade exiting Miami
Dwyane Wade is a Bullreacted to the news.
Snoop Dogg Really Likes Kobe
Kobe Bryant earned $680 million playing basketball (without endorsements), so he's probably the last person who needs a free car. Snoop Dogg didn't get the memo. The lifelong Lakers fan gave Bryant a sweet purple-and-gold convertible with images of Lakers greats (along with Snoop) on the hood.
Today in Embarrassing Injuries
Lovely Lady of the Day
One player really had to pee. The umpire wouldn't let him so he may or may not have peed in a ball can. That's your Wimbledon update.
Von Miller is the Best
This made me laugh harder than anything else yesterday. Actually, let me correct that. This scene from Cheers was the funniest thing I saw yesterday. Von Miller was second.
Choose the new EW Cover
Entertainment Weekly, my third favorite magazine (behind SI and Real Simple), is letting you choose their fall TV cover. I'm a little annoyed Cheers didn't make the cut, but the show ended in 1993 so I guess it makes sense. I'm voting for Lethal Weapon, which is now a TV show.
John Goodman Gets a Bobblehead
Jake Lamb Really Wants to Make the All-Star Team
Odds & Ends
Russell Wilson and Ciara are now married ... This is one of the best wedding stories I've heard. Good work, Louis Murphy ... The Mavs handcuffed Harrison Barnes so he'd sign with them and not pull a DeAndre Jordan ... Looks like Shannon Sharpe will be Skip Bayless' new partner at FS1 ... Bill Murray really should attend the Bill Murray-themed art show ... Competitive eating records are hard to fathom.
Brock Lesnar Burps
Canada Basketball is Sorry
Muscle Beach Prank of the Day
Happy Birthday, Ringo Starr
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