Hot Clicks: Greatest celebrity cheerleaders
Halle Berry :: Toby Canham/Getty Images
Did you know that Halle Berry, Cameron Diaz and Katie Couric were cheerleaders? We did not, until we read All Balls list of the 10 Greatest Celebrity Cheerleaders Of All Time.
We told you yesterday that the Cowboys will be featured on the upcoming season of HBO's Hard Knocks. We hope the show can come close to being as good as this must-see cartoon featuring Pacman Jones, Jerry Jones and Wade Phillips. Big thanks to Matt, of Philadelphia, for sending us the link. (Warning: Link contains strong language.)
Waiting For Next Year took those split-screen NBA playoff ads that are everywhere and made a Celtics-Cavaliers cartoon out of them.
Indiana Jones :: Courtesy of Paramount
The On Deck Circle compares this summer's blockbuster films to teams and players in the NBA playoffs.
FoodCourtLunch.com has come across the vanity license plates of several big-time athletes. (Warning: Link contains strong language).
EndZoneBuzz.com informs us that we can now bet on which NFL team will have the next player arrested. Wagers are also being offered on what the arrest will be for.
Apparently the Lingerie Bowl is expanding, and in 2009 we're actually gonna have a 10-team Lingerie Football League. FanIQ is all over this historic occasion, and even has video of the LFL's "combine."
Now that Cuba has lifted its ban on computers, Cracked.com offers them a little history lesson by covering the biggest Internet fads of the last 20 years.
Tina Fey/Matt Stattford :: Kevin Winter/Getty Images, Kevin Reece/Icon SMI
30 Rock vs. Georgia's 2008 schedule ... Braylon Edwards vs. Rich Rodriguez ... New Uniform Alert ... Snoop concert at University of New Hampshire leads to 35 arrests ... Video: Using broccoli as a musical instrument.
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We try not to post videos that are close to 10 minutes, but this one is special. It's audio of the final half inning from the Kirk Gibson home run game. Vin Scully and Joe Garagiola are behind the mic and old-school baseball cards take care of the visuals.
This is how Sunday will go for so many people. (Thanks to Dylan Moody, of Cincinnati, for sending us the link.)