February 17, 2010
Today Is A Good Day
Marlins Mermaids :: Courtesy of Marlins.com

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It's the first day of spring training, with pitchers and catchers reporting for several teams. Hot Clicks celebrates this happy occasion by giving you the women of all 30 baseball teams, including the Marlins Mermaids, seen above.
'I'm From The Old School'
This mash-up of classic sports YouTubes is worth checking out just for the Mike Singletary hook.
Ban Brent And Bob?!?!
Several readers have asked that I spread the word of this petition started by a Kansas City radio station that wants ESPN to remove Brent Musburger and Bob Knight from calling Big 12 basketball games. I do not support this movement because I love Brent, but I have to admit that the petition is funny.
Who Needs Tennis?
Serena Williams, Rafael Nadal :: Eugene Gologursky/Getty Images
According to a report, Serena Williams has enrolled in a 240-hour program to become a certified nail technician. Meanwhile, the other day, Hot Clicks told you about a report that linked Rafael Nadal to Shakira, who made a video together. Here are pictures from the shoot and here is a small clip of the video.
Cousins Comes Through
Mississippi State fans got Kentucky's DeMarcus Cousins' phone number before last night's game and bombarded the forward with crank calls and text messages. Cousins, though, got the last laugh with a win and a funny gesture to the Bulldogs fans.
Random Links
Heather Mitts and A.J. Feeley got married over the weekend. ... Chris Berman doesn't change up his golf outfit. ... A Raiders cheerleader is now a comedian.
Sports Video Of The Day
Check out the shot made last night by Murray State freshman Isaiah Canaan. Solid call, too. (Thanks to Matt Maxey, of Martin, Tenn., for the link.)

NBA/Poetry Video Of The Day
I completely screwed up by not posting this on Monday when it was more timely, but it still holds up and is still most definitely worth watching. Check out NBA superstars when they're put on the spot and asked to finish a love poem via The Basketball Jones.

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