Sup, dudes? Here's the latest in cool stuff from around the world wide web on Thursday, November 19, 2015:
"Extremely Hot Properties": Brunette bombshell Alexandra Daddario—you know her from that topless scene in True Detective, don't act like you don't—is set appear in the upcoming Baywatch movie as Summer, the role Nicole Eggert made famous in the original TV series, Dwayne Johnson announced in an Instagram post. Johnson, who starred alongside Daddario in San Andreas, had already been cast in David Hasselhoff's leading role, with Zac Efron set to play his nearly-as-jacked sidekick. The movie is set to be a hard-R comedy, which means you may not want to take the new girlfriend (but you will be buying tickets). [Collider] #CueSlowMotionRunningDownTheBeach
New Apple Watch Charger: The tech giant has rolled out its clever magnetic Apple Watch charging dock, thereby creating a "nightstand mode" for those of you have an Apple Watch and refuse to buy a $2 nightstand clock. The charging dock costs $79. [CNET]
"Terrifying Ordeal": Khloé Kardashian was first told that her estranged husband, ex-NBA star Lamar Odom, had just four hours to live after he was initially found unresponsive in a Las Vegas brothel. [TODAY] (Here's what you need to know about the "herbal viagra" that he allegedly took.)
From Downtown!: Rockets forward Corey Brewer made a titanic heave with less than a second left in regulation against the Trail Blazers Wednesday night, sinking the three-pointer to send the game into overtime. The Rockets then went on to win, 108-103.
Toyota Center erupting after this Brewer slam.
Posted by Houston Rockets on Wednesday, November 18, 2015
Cy Young Winners Announced: Cubs ace Jake Arrieta, who finished the season 22-6 with a 1.77 ERA, claimed the pitching award for the National League. Astros southpaw Dallas Keuchel won the honor for the American League after going 20-8 with a 2.48 ERA.