Viva Las Vegas
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I was struggling for an entertaining lead item and then ItsAlwaysSunnyInDetroit.com alerted me to this Tweet from Chad Ochocinco earlier today: "Playing the slot machines in my briefs and socks, damn I love Vegas, like being at home"
AwkwardCheck out this clip of Chris Webber, doing color commentary for an NBA TV game asically telling Timberwolves general manager David Kahn that he was insane to acquire Darko Milicic.
Lovely Lady Of The Day
Dania Ramirez :: Gabriel Bouys/Getty ImagesActress Dania Ramirez has appeared on The Sopranos and Entourage, and is today's LLOD.
WTF?OK, I have no idea if this is real or some kind of joke, but in Wednesday's A.M. Hot Clicks, we told you about a woman who bought LeBron James pendant for $5 that's now worth $10,000. Well, someone has put another LeBron pendant on eBay. This one is made out of tin foil. And the bidding is at $9,166.00! (Thanks to Kevin, of Naperville, Ill., and Matt Anderson, of Bozeman, Mt., for the link.)
SI Vault Photo Of The DayFormer 49ers quarterback Steve Young gets a haircut (sorta) during his time at BYU.
Sports Video Of The DayI can't remember the last time a link was sent to me more during an afternoon than this one. Many thanks to all of you.
Music Video Of The DayNearly two years after Beyonce's Single Ladies video hit the airwaves, the spoofs are STILL being made. I can assure you, though, you haven't seen one like this. Matt McClenahan, of Van Nuys, Calif., says, "Jimmy, as a faithful peruser of Hot Clicks, I thought you might appreciate this parody of Single Ladies my wife made. At the time of the shooting, a few weeks ago, she was 38 weeks pregnant. The next week she delivered our son, Cael. There is actually a sports connection here. As a former high school wrestling coach, I was struggling to find a name I liked for our son. We settled on Cael after Cael Sanderson, the most successful NCAA wrestler of all time and an Olympic gold medalist. No pressure, right?"