December 09, 2010
Search Party
Ana Ivanovic :: Marlena Bielinska/SI

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Total Pro Sports has a look at the 30 most Googled female athletes in the world. Tennis star Ana Ivanovic comes in at No. 12.
Mix Up
No. 16 Illinois defeated Oakland last night, 74-63. This is noteworthy for one reason: The teams played the first 7:22 of the game with a women's basketball, which is lighter and smaller.
Fun With Wikipedia
Bob Bratkowski ::
Clearly, Bengals fans do not like offensive coordinator Bob Bratkowski as we can see from his Wikipedia page. (Thanks to Gideon, of Virginia Beach, Va., for the link.)
Ron Artest is considering donating his entire 2010-11 salary of nearly $7 million to charity.
Giveaway Of The Day
Split Decision
If you're a fan of the Mental Floss quizzes often featured in Hot Clicks, you'll want to win their new trivia game, Split Decision (get details here. I have five games to give away. First five people to answer this question get the game: Which athlete complained on Twitter -- as highlighted in Hot Clicks -- that the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show was not aired in 3D.

UPDATE: Contest is over. Winners have been contacted. Thanks for playing.

Sports Video Of The Day
It's one thing to get beat on a last-second heave. But on a last-second layup? Only the Clippers.

Live News Video Of The Day
Howard Stern announced this morning that he has re-signed with Sirius XM for five more years. That means reporters all over the country have five more years of worrying about things like this happening. (Warning: Link video contains strong language.)

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