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All Balls searches YouTube to find the Top 10 Dunks In NBA Playoff History.
It's bad enough this person is selling a PowerBar Carbohydrate Electrolyte Gel wrapper that Lance Armstrong threw in the trash, but the seller says in his description, "Conceivably, winners of this auction can even clone Lance Armstrong. All the prospective buyer would have to do is extract Lance's DNA from the gel pack, ship it off to some random lab, and a few months later, you'd have your own Lance Armstrong!" (Thanks to Michael, of Chicago, for sending us the link.)
Sean Avery :: Rob Loud
Since we haven't watched hockey since 1994, here's what we know about New York Ranger Sean Avery. He used to date Elisha Cuthbert, he likes to flip the bird and he did something recently that caused the NHL to flip out and immediately add a rule. And now comes news, via The Big Lead, that Avery, shown above at a fashion show that took place last September, will spend his summer interning at Vogue -- seriously.
Since urns adorned with team logos are all the rage these days, Blue Monkey Disco Party thought it would be fun to see what each Major League team would do if they were given a complimentary urn.
Charz2k is so pumped up by the Cardinals' unexpected hot start that it's comparing Red Bird players to, in Charz2k's words, "the coolest team of all-time ... the kids from The Sandlot." (Thanks to Alexander, of University City, Mo., for sending us the link.)
Red Sox Monster is all pumped up about the newest member of "The Nation."
Anyone who likes to play blackjack can relate to this all-to-true "Open Letter To The Guy Who Sat Next To Me At The Blackjack Table Last Weekend" piece penned by the folks at Food Court Lunch. (Warning: Link contains strong language.)
Cracked.com gives you the exact formula for making your own Judd Apatow movie.
Cheerleaders :: Cameron Spencer/Getty Images
Cheerleaders are more popular in India than in the U.S. ... Senior trip to ... Clevleand? ... Tommy Lee and Ludacris to hold eco-friendly competitions ... Video: Loving Jake Long.
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Via Docksquad's Sports World comes this Steve Nash commercial that spoofs the Sixty-Million Dollar Man and transforms Nash into the world's first recycled man.
This will probably get taken down at some point, but for those of you who wanted to see the big fight that took place last week, here it is. And if anyone from DirecTV is reading this, please add Howard TV. Thanks. (Warning: Link contains strong language.)
The castaways return tomorrow night, so here's a prediction on what will happen next.
Flipping around is impressive until you knock someone out. (Thanks to Nick, of Orlando, Fla., for sending us the link.)