Kevin Durant hurts his knee, Brittany Oldehoff and much, much more in Wednesday’s Hot Clicks.
Only one thing can stop a superteam
Kevin Durant left last night’s game after hyperextending his knee. The injury was apparently significant enough that the Warriors immediately reached out to Matt Barnes, who told ESPN he’s signing with the team for the rest of the season. Adrian Wojnarowski is reporting that team officials and those close to Durant are “expressing fear” he might not be ready to play when the playoffs start six weeks from now.
In happier basketball news
The kid who climbed the hoop to extricate a stranded ball at last night’s Fresno State game is the early leader for Fan of the Year.
WATCH THIS RIGHT NOW
I’m not exaggerating when I say that this clip of a truck literally flying through the air at the end of a police chase is the most incredible video I’ve ever seen.
Lovely Lady of the Day
Say hello to Brittany Oldehoff, former Miss Florida USA and Amazing Race contestant. (Click here for the full-size gallery.)
At least I had an excuse for being unproductive at work
Amazon’s web hosting service went down for most of yesterday afternoon, causing widespread panic online.
What is this madness?
Odds & Ends
Every one of these rejected North Carolina license plates is delightful. ... Subway’s chicken is actually only half chicken. ... Uber’s CEO is a petulant child. ... Blazing Saddles and Spinal Tap, among others, are now available on Netflix. ... With the deadline today, NHL fans should keep their eyes glued to TSN’s TradeCentre. ... Darrelle Revis’s play gave the Jets plenty of reasons to cut him. His recent arrest looks like it sealed the deal.
He’s not always a jerk
This is delightfully stupid
A good song
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