February 22, 2011
Yes, That's A Piece Of Wood Through His Leg
Azizulhasni Awang :: Andrew Yates/Getty Images

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I know the Carmelo Anthony saga is finally over, but when a cyclist ends up with an eight inch splinter through his legs, it has to lead off Hot Clicks. The man in the picture above is Azizulhasni Awang of Malaysia, and this happened to him Monday after falling at the 2011 UCI Track Cycling World Cup Classics in Manchester, England. Here are more pictures, video and the full story.
Young's Youngest Fan Gets Thrill
A couple of weeks ago, Hot Clicks posted video of a three-year-old Texas Rangers fan who was distraught over the news that Michael Young was seeking a trade. Well, the story has a happy ending. Young and the Rangers reached out to the boy and his family to set up a meeting, which also included a shopping spree for the diehard fan.
Photo Gallery Of The Day
Kelly Brook :: Mike Marsland/WireImage
Actress Kelly Brook appears in this new spread for FHM.
Hard-Hitting Journalist
A few months ago, we featured video of a five-year-old named Joey interviewing some Chicago Blackhawks. Joey The Junior Reporter is back with some more good stuff.
Random Links
Troy Tulowitzki and Jason Giambi recently went to the movies. They saw Justin Bieber's flick. ... Charlie Sheen partied with Lenny Dykstra and Brian Wilson over the weekend. ... This is big news. Alex Rodriguez actually handled a situation well.
Sports Video Of The Day
Andy Roddick's shot on championship point at the ATP 500 event in Memphis on Sunday was as good as it gets.

NBA Video Of The Day
The Basketball Jones invaded NBA All-Star weekend and asked several players to imagine themselves as Lamar Odom, and to reveal what they'd call their own cologne.

Dancing Video Of The Day
Penn State University held its annual THON charity event over the weekend. Students danced for 46 straight hours to raise money for pediatric cancer. (Get more info and donate here.) This year's event has raised a whopping $9,563,016.09. We assume some of that came from people who enjoyed watching the Nittany Lions football players dance to Britney Spears, NSYNC and others.

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