Heat cheerleaders :: Courtesy of NBA.com/Heat
This lead item comes from Bucks forward and Twitter maven Charlie Villanueva. This is what he Tweeted yesterday afternoon (typos and all): "Just woke up, an login to NBA.com, have you people seen the dance team bracket? Look at the Miami heat dancer, are u serious?" Here's the bracket Villanueva was talking about and here are tons of pictures of the Miami Heat cheerleaders.
Scotty Churchill, of Myrtle Beach, S.C., sent this e-mail last night: "I just happened to be watching MLB TV at the bar, watching quite possibly the most boring thing -- spring training baseball between the Brewers and Diamondbacks -- when out of nowhere Corey Hart hits a home run. Meanwhile, on the lawn a blonde bikini babe is lying down sunbathing. Then, out of nowhere, a hero in a very funny T-shirt tracks the ball down and makes a great catch, while falling over the damsel. The ball surely would have hit her. You must get that video. I implore you. It's stunning." Luckily for me, I didn't have to search for the video. Busted Coverage sent it to me early this morning.
The NFL Network is stealing bits from the king of all media, Howard Stern. That's really no surprise because pretty much everyone on TV and radio steals from Stern. But I'm really posting this because it gives me a chance to mention something you must check out. I can't link to it because the language is, well, it's the Howard Stern Show. Anyway, you MUST go to YouTube and search either "Howard Stern Tradio" or "Sal and Richard Tradio" and listen to the clips in order. (After that, you should go order Sirius if you don't have it because Stern is still the greatest thing on radio BY FAR). These are some of the funniest phony phone calls in the history of the show and I guarantee that you will laugh hard if you listen.
Gibbs 12 ranks the Top 10 Ugliest Kicks Of The Past 20 Years.
Here's Edmonton Oilers prospect Linus Omark, playing for Sweden in a game against Switzerland on Tuesday and scoring one of the coolest goals you'll ever see. (Thanks to Jonas, of Stockholm, Sweden, Shawn, of Antigonish, Canada, LP, of Los Angeles, Brad Hoelzer, of Batavia, Ill., Josh, of Maple Glen, Pa., and Mike, of Jacksonville, Fla., for the link.)
Erol, of Merrimack, N.H., and Steve, of Nashua, N.H, sent in this clip of a Jazz fan getting down.
A reporter falling down never gets old.
Sometimes you just need to see Halle Berry doing some sexy dancing.