June 16, 2011
Dirk Can't Sing
Dirk Nowitzki :: REUTERS/Mike Stone


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The Mavericks held their victory parade in Dallas this afternoon and the highlight was Dirk Nowitzki leading a sing-along of We Are The Champions. Here are some other (Dirk-less) championship parades through the years.
Feel Good Story of the Day
Not to get all sappy, but I really loved this story about 81-year-old Jay Wolf. Not only does Wolf play in a senior softball league, but his 101-year-old father attends all his games.
Feel Good Story of the Day, Part 2
Legendary boxer Larry Holmes will receive his diploma from Easton High School in Pennsylvania next Wednesday. The 61-year-old Holmes dropped out of school in seventh grade to get a job and help support his 10 brothers and sisters.
Watch Your Language
Bad language has always existed in baseball. Even in 1898.
Lovely Lady Of The Day
Holly Webber :: Noel Vasquez/Getty Images
Jake from Philly requested Holly Weber be today's LLOD. Jake from Philly is a smart man.
Photo of the Day
When I'm not covering for Jimmy, I run the SI Vault and post funny pictures to my Twitter feed all day. With the U.S. Open beginning today, I thought it'd be appropriate to show off this great picture of John Daly in his trailer signing an autograph for a Hooters waitress.
Random Links
ESPN basketball writer Chris Sheridan is suing New York Post basketball writer Peter Vecsey for libel ... Matt Leinart on the USC penalties: "We won every game fair and square on the football field and I think people who understand football and have some type of common sense about it know that that's true" ... Game 7 of the Stanley Cup had more viewers than So You Think You Can Dance ... According to In Touch Weekly, Suri Cruise has a treehouse worth $100,000.
Letterman Video Of The Day
The Mavericks read off the Top 10. Dirk ended it with a Kardashian joke.

Movie Preview Of The Day
Here's the first look at Moneyball, starring Brad Pitt and Jonah Hill.

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