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Posted: Friday December 31, 2010 10:17AM ; Updated: Friday December 31, 2010 12:06PM
By Andy Gray Archive
All Hail Alyssa
Alyssa Milano :: AP


Get all previous editions of Hot Clicks here. Follow Jimmy Traina on Twitter here. Become a fan of Hot Clicks on Facebook here. E-mail a comment, question or link here.

At long last, 2010 is just about over. There are a ton of ladies who we should thank for helping Hot Clicks become so popular such as Erin Andrews, Minka Kelly, Kim Kardashian, Jaime Edmondson, Stacey Kiebler, Marisa Miller and cheerleaders from just about every sport and college. But for the last edition of the year, we're going to feature Alyssa Milano, who came into our lives in 1984 as little Samantha Miceli and remained there since. Even now at 38, this die-hard Dodgers fan looks good as ever. And here is the proof.
Year In Review - Sports
Before you head into 2011, take a look back at 2010. We've got year-end pieces on the NBA, NFL, MLB, NHL, College Football and College Basketball as well as galleries of the year's best games, best photos and breakout athletes.
Year in Review - Pop Culture
Esquire has a solid list of 102 things that made us proud this year ... Wonderwall has a look back at 2010 in celebrity PDA ... People has the most outrageous outfits of the year ... EW.com has the year's 10 best TV shows ... Lastly, here are the 20 Hottest Photos Of Bar Refaeli.
Battle Of Bad Years
Tiger Woods and Brett Favre :: Getty Images
It's tough to think of anyone who had a worse year than Tiger Woods and Brett Favre, but whose was worse? Tiger saw his marriage fall apart and his golf game follow the same path. He failed to win a single tournament, lost his spot as the world's best golfer after 623 weeks on top and had an iPhone app. named after him for cheating husbands everywhere. Favre blew a chance to go to the Super Bowl by throwing threw a bad interception in the NFC Championship, annoyed the entire world with another retirement dance, got caught trying to cheat on his wife and threw 11 touchdowns and 19 interceptions on the year. Vote below.
Iverson Update
If someone asked you in 2000 where Allen Iverson will be in 10 years, chances are good your answer would not have been hanging out at a T.G.I. Friday's in Turkey. Philadelphia Magazine has a fantastic story about the former Sixers star.
Speaking Of The Sixers
For some unknown reason, John Mayer and B.J. Novak - who are both from New England - have taken control of the Sixers bandwagon and are following the team on its west coast trip.
SI Vault Photo Of The Year
When I'm not filling in for Jimmy, I run the SI Vault and like to post old photos of athletes and entertainers to my Twitter feed. There were a lot of great photos I posted this past year including Larry Brown showing off his retro '70s coaching threads, Keith Hernandez enjoying a cigarette in the middle of a Mets game, the 1987 Lakers posing on a boat in full uniform and Charles Barkley munching on some pizza outside his Auburn dorm. But my favorite Vault photo of the year is this priceless 1986 photo of Bill Parcells and Bill Belichick showing off their legs while walking off the Giants practice field with Lawrence Taylor.
Random Non-Year End Links
Kansas State lost the Pinstripe Bowl because of this ridiculous call ... The 15 best sports videos of 2010 ... Jim Nantz is marrying his 31-year-old girlfriend ... Katy Perry without makeup is a kinda scary ... Nick Van Exel's son was charged with murder.
Penalty Shot Of The Day
Lightning center Steven Stamkos pulls out his bag of tricks for this shot.

Making of the Football Video Of The Day
In case you've ever wondered how a NFL football is made, wonder no more.



 
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