Hot Clicks: Caity Lotz; Man wins $15 million playing blackjack in A.C.

Gambling DOES Pay
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Nothing in the NBA, NHL, MLB or horse racing over the weekend compares to this story about a Pennsylvania man who won $15 million over six months playing blackjack in Atlantic City. As an added bonus, the guy's name is Don Johnson.
NBA Links
Thunder guard James Harden wins the award for best actor of the weekend. ... Dwyane Wade showed that a missed dunk is always entertaining. ... ESPN had some pregame issues on Saturday.
Cam Newton Sings A Justin Bieber Song
And he was into it.
Lovely Lady Of The Day
Caity Lotz ::
Mad Men's Caity Lotz is the latest actress to be featured in's always enjoyable "In My Place" photo series.
More Macho Man
Friday's P.M. Hot Clicks featured tons of Randy Savage links, but more came pouring into my inbox over the weekend. The top two were easily this backyard modern art depiction of the Macho Man's funeral and this image of Savage in heaven.
Looks Like He's Loving The Lockout
It's not as memorable as his dancing at Carnival, but Tom Brady going down a water slide is pretty special.
Sports Video Of The Day
LeBron James vs. Kyle Korver = Man vs. boy. Take it away, Marv.

Celebration Video Of The Day
A sliding kick to a teammate's face is not the best way to celebrate. (Thanks to Kevin Kirby Jensen, of Copenhagen, Denmark, for the link.)

Justin Timberlake Video Of The Day
Justin Timberlake returned to Saturday Night Live this past weekend. He and Andy Samberg followed up D--- In a Box and Mother Lover with The Golden Rule. You should also check out Timberlake's very entertaining opening number.

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