August 20, 2010
Search At Your Own Risk
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McAfee is out with their newest rankings of the most dangerous celebrities to search for on the Internet, and several athletes made the list. Maria Sharapova and Andy Roddick came in at No. 13 and No. 14, respectively. David Beckham came in at No. 29 and Tiger Woods ranked 33rd. Cameron Diaz claimed the top spot, while Jennifer Love Hewitt came in at No. 7.
He Said, She Said
Jets cornerbackAntonio Cromartie claims that the scene in which he struggled to rattle off his children's names was staged by the producers of Hard Knocks. The producers say not true.
The Life Of An NBA Player
Bulls guard Derrick Rose is now the proud owner of his very own Skittles vending machine.
Significant Sports Shows
Monday Night Football
Fang's Bites is looking at the 10 most influential sports series on American television. Spoiler alert: The Decision did not make the list.
Is It Real?
Here is the most detailed and thorough examination of the Madden curse.
'Tis The Fantasy Season
Some of you may be doing a fantasy football draft this weekend. In honor of that, here are five ways your kids will ruin your draft. And here's another list of the 10 people who will be at your draft.
The Soft Side Of Hot Clicks
Allow me to tug at your heartstrings for a moment. The Yankees are in the middle of a charity initiative called Hope Week, in which they surprise some people who have gone through some rough times. Watch this video and this video to see the good side of sports in action. And since all of you know I'm a Yankees fan, I'm going to be fair here and give the Red Sox their due, too. They're in the middle of helping out with the annual Jimmy Fund telethon. To donate, click here.
Go See This Show
Rock Of Ages
I've mentioned the Broadway show Rock of Ages here a couple of times, and have talked it about it even more on Twitter. Quite frankly, I've wanted to write about it a lot more, but since it was only based in New York, I knew most of you would be shut out. However, that's about to change because the show is going on a national tour. So, if you like classic '80s music -- Bon Jovi, Poison, Whitesnake, Journey, Pat Benatar, etc. -- you have to go see this show. If you enjoy those bands, you will have a non-stop blast for two-and-a-half hours. Check to see if the show is coming to your area and get your tickets. I haven't made any deal with the show to promote it and I haven't gotten free tickets or anything like that. I just want to spread the word to my fellow '80s-loving people that this is a guaranteed good time. To find out more about the show and to hear about which athletes have gone to see it, (and for some Yankees talk), check out this Q&A I did with the Tony-nominated star of the show, Constantine Maroulis, who some of you may remember from American Idol fame.
Sports Video Of The Day
Check out this wild brawl from yesterday's Greece-Serbia basketball game. Oklahoma City center Nenad Krstic ends up throwing a chair during the melee, which landed him jail.

Jimmy Kimmel Video Of The Day
This Week in Unnecessary Censorship

Tattoo Video Of The Day
Jack Herbon, of Mount Prospect, Ill., gets in the tattoo action that's been featured in Hot Clicks this week. However, this one isn't related to sports.

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