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Marisa Miller was in attendance for last night's Celtics-Bulls game. Luckily for us, TNT had Craig Sagerinterview her -- twice.
Marisa Miller :: John Parra/Getty Images
Speaking Of That Celtics-Bulls Game...
Yesterday's A.M. Hot Clicks told you about Marlins outfielder Cameron Maybin using Miley Cyrus' Party in the U.S.A as his at-bat song. Then, in P.M. Hot Clicks, it was revealed that the Rockies' Troy Tulowitzki and the Yankees' Nick Johnson also use the tune. Johnson claimed that he choose the song because it's a favorite of his 4-year-old daughter. As for Tulowitzki, I contacted the Rockies to find out his reason and this was their answer: "Tulo picked the Miley Cyrus song for the kids that come out to watch the Rockies play and he's a big fan of hers." Alrighty then.
It looks like the movie version of the popular book Moneyballis a go. Early word on the casting seems intriguing, to say the least. Brad Pitt is expected to play Billy Beane while Jonah Hill has been lined up to play Beane's assistant, Paul De Podesta.
They Should Do A Remake Of Twins Next
Jonah Hill, Brad Pitt :: Getty Images
Deadspin.com has unearthed video of Jerry Jones talking to some guys in a bar. Jones, who sounds like he may have had a cocktail or two, proceeds to reveal that he never wanted to hire Bill Parcells and that he wouldn't even draft Tim Tebow in the third round. (Warning: Link contains strong language.) This is now the second time Jones finds himself in an awkward situation after making comments in a bar.
Jerry Jones Should Stay Out Of Bars
Puck Daddy has compiled video of the top 10 NHL fights of the season.
It's always great when the cameras catch fans doing something dirty at a sporting event. ... Good news if you're a Twins, Phillies or Yankees fan: Victoria's Secret model Candice Swanepoellikes you. ... The nationwide hatred of Duke should only increase after folks see this ad.
Check out the best 5-year-old baseball player you'll ever see.
Sports Video Of The Day
UPDATE, 12:24 p.m.: As several of you have pointed out (and rather angrily, I might add), the child in the video is not wearing a helmet, which is truly absurd.
Before Conan O'Brien begins his new late-night show on TBS, he's touring the country with a stand-up act. It kicked off two nights ago and featured this reworked rendition of I Will Survive.
Music Video Of The Day