Hot Clicks: Anna Kournikova; Mike Singletary gets angry with reporter

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Hot on the heels of the U.S. Open, the greatest player in the history of women's tennis, Anna Kournikova, graces the cover of the newest issue of Maxim magazine. She also appears in this brand new photo gallery.

New Anna!

Anna Kournikova :: Maxim.com

Your Super Bowl XLV halftime entertainment will be The Black-Eyed Peas.

The Run Of Old White Guys Is Over

The folks at Deadspin used their notorious investigative journalism skills to unearth video of the Jersey Shore's feisty law-breaking party girl singing a New York Mets song. The kicker? As Deadspin points out, the video was in Hot Clicks two-and-a-half years ago before Snooki was Snooki.

Snookie And... Hot Clicks?

The most underrated man in sports when it comes to entertaiment value just might be Niners head coach Mike Singletary. If you don't believe me, watch this video of him being interviewed by a local sports anchor. It's simply outstanding.

Like Mike

Mike Singletary :: Michael Zagaris/Getty Images

Sub5Zero.com has put together a photo gallery of 20 NFL players and their fancy cars.

Ridiculous Rides

Yesterday's P.M. Hot Clicks featured video of a massive hit from a recent CFL game. Tons of you wrote to ask if I noticed the score that was on the screen -- 24-1 -- and asked how a team can score one point. I won't lie to you and pretend I'm a CFL expert, but good ol' Wikipedia has the answer: "Single -- Scored when the ball becomes dead in the possession of a team in its own goal area, or when the ball touches or crosses the dead-line, or side-line-in-goal, and touches the ground, a player, or some object beyond these lines as a result of the ball having been kicked from the field of play into the goal area by the scoring team. It is worth one point. This is different from a Safety (see above) in that team scored against receives possession of the ball after the score. Officially, the single is called a rouge (French for "red") but is often referred to as a single. The exact derivation of the term is unknown but it has been thought that in early Canadian football, the scoring of a single was signalled with a red flag."

You Guys Don't Miss A Thing

Speaking of the CFL, earlier this week, Hot Clicks featured video of a surreal fumble. If you missed it, check it out here, along with a few other memorable mishaps.

I was stuck on a train (and then in a car) for six hours last night thanks to a tornado that hit New York City. (This gallery pretty much tells the story.) So I didn't see any of the Cincinnati-N.C. State game, even though I had some financial rooting interest. Thankfully, SB Nation alerted me this morning to this wacky play from the game.

Sports Video Of The Day

Here's the latest installment of This Week in Unnecessary Censorship.

Jimmy Kimmel Video Of The Day

Check out how the New Meadowlands went from Giants Stadium on Sunday to Jets Stadium on Monday.

Time Lapse Video Of The Day

HD version - New Meadowlands Stadium Time-lapse from Ken Friberg and Daniel Life on Vimeo.