Hot Clicks: Genevieve Morton; Script Ohio, Rex Ryan snowmen

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Hot Clicks has covered the launch of SI.com's 2010 Swimsuit section in great detail, but we haven't touched on the newcomers. After doing thorough research, we're declaring Genevieve Morton as the Rookie of the Year. As for the veterans, cover girl Brooklyn Deckerwas kind enough to sign a few copies of the issue for a Hot Clicks giveaway, which will probably take place next week.

Rookie Watch

Genevieve Morton :: Michael Loccisano/Getty Images

A big snowstorm combined with a four-win team led to this crowd at last night's Nets game. How about one more look from a different angle?

Nobody Watched The Nets

How did Houston Rockets forward Luis Scola, who was born in Argentina, learn to speak English? By watchingFriends and his favorite character, Joey Tribbiani.

But Did He Watch Joey?

All the snow that's fallen in various parts of the country recently has brought up people's creative side. Reader Reid May sent in the photo from the campus of Ohio State. Jason Hoffman, of Great Neck, N.Y. tried his hand at a Rex Ryan snowman, complete with extended middle finger. And Jim T., of Staten Island, pays homage toJersey Shore with Snooki and Pauly D. snowmen

Fun In The Snow

Script Ohio :: Courtesy of Reid Man

What does that say on the front of John Wall's jersey?

How About Some Spellcheck?

The Harlem Globetrotters recently did their thing -- beating the Washington Generals -- on ice.

Could This Be A New Sport?

There's not much to this clip of the Sacramento Kings' Hilton Armstrong tricking an opponent to get a steal, but whoever made it should be rewarded for their creativity. (Thanks to Julio Concepcion, of Hartford, Conn., for the link.)

Sports Video Of The Day

Stuck for a Valentine's Day gift? How about the Slipper Genie -- a slipper that cleans. (Thanks to Paul B., of Wausau, Wis., for the link.)

Absurd Product Video Of The Day

Based on the music, I'm not sure if you're supposed to be in the mood to make love or eat barbecue food (or both) after watching this. (Thanks to David Patterson, of Charlotte, N.C., for the link.)

Commercial Of The Day