In Monday's Hot Clicks, Tim Tebow gets harassed by minor league team and a look at the lovely Bianca Ghezzi.
Tim Tebow is the butt of many jokes
The great "Tim Tebow: Baseball Player" experiment continued over the weekend when Tebow's Columbia Fireflies (Class-A affiliate of the Mets) traveled to Charleston to face the RiverDogs. They were not nice hosts. The famous clip of Tebow crying after Florida’s 2009 loss to Alabama was played on the scoreboard. The mascot wore "John 3:16" eye black. Every Columbia batter's profile on the scoreboard included a background image of Tebow crying. Of course, the three games provided Charleston with their three biggest crowds of the season and Tebow responded by throwing a bat (accidentally) into the stands.
Joe Buck needs to catch up on his WAGs and avoid bad mistakes like the one he made at the end of yesterday's U.S. Open.
It's good to have LeBron James as your dad
Lovely Lady of the Day
Happy Monday. I know work is the last place you want to be right now but Bianca Ghezzi should make it a little easier. She is today's LLOD (click for full-size gallery).
Kevin Durant wins Twitter MVP
Alyssa Milano needs money
National Headstanding Week was interesting
Best cleats of 2017 MLB season (so far)
Ole Miss' (soon to be) biggest fan
Happy Birthday, Paula Abdul
Odds & ends
Tweets, Instagrams and other ways athletes showed love for their dads on Father's Day ... Vince Young's CFL comeback was cut short after another injury ... Love these Celtics fans already burning Markelle Fultz's jersey ... I don't like Sports Illustrated being used as a prop in the Oklahoma City Thunder-Kevin Durant rivalry ... WWE stars honored their dads on Father's Day ... What's next for the Pacers after Paul George told them he's gonzo after this year? ... Diana Taurasi is now the WNBA's all-time leading scorer, and she got props from Kobe and LeBron ... Kim Kardashian continues to be horrible ... Cars 3 was the box office winner over the weekend ... Oral history of Radiohead's OK Computer ... Paul McCartney through the years.