December 28, 2009
This Must Be A Hit In The Spurs' Locker Room
Tony Parker, Eva Longoria : Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images

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Tony Parker and his wife, Eva Longoria, did not just sing Summer Nights from Grease. They actually recreated the entire scene. (Thanks to Spencer Glenn, of Wichita, Kan., for the link.)
That's Impressive
Have you ever seen a running back knock over three defensive players in the open field before taking off for a touchdown? Well, if you click here, you will.
Nasty have compiled the 2009 MMA Knockouts of the Year.
Lovely Lady Of The Day
Mallory Snyder :: SI
I usually let you guys pick the Lovely Lady of the Day, but since I've mentioned that Mallory Snyder is one of my favorite SI Swimsuit models (and the most underrated), and Kevin, of Toronto, sent in these photos, I had no choice but to give her the honor.
Peeved Pam
Not only does ESPN make play by play announcer Pam Ward throw it to the "Flomax Bowl Update," but now her frustration with an injured Marshall player has hit the 'Net.
Picture Perfect has posted its version of the 2009 Sports Photos of the Year.
Sports Video Of The Day
A Randy Moss-lookalike showed up at the Pats game yesterday and made it to the JumboTron. The real Randy Moss saw this and decided to have some fun with the guy. (For a much longer, louder version, click here.

Excited Kid Video Of The Day
I think he liked his Christmas gift.

Prank Call Video Of The Day
When I was off last week I did nothing but listen to the History of Howard Stern on Sirius. These shows are pretty much the greatest things in the history of radio. Last week, they aired an interview Howard did with O.J. Simpson before he found himself in trouble. Unfortunately, that audio isn't available anywhere, but when it is, I will definitely post. In the meantime, enjoy this classic.

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