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The Roundup: Lance Stephenson Arrested, Everyone Hates Rob Dibble & Boston Beatdown with a Bat

Kristin Cavallari … Whitney Cummings slayed at the David Hasselhoff roast – 2:35 for the Magic Johnson joke … “Councils pay for prostitutes for the disabled” … there was a Little League brawl in Canada … how do you feel about “automatic” IRAs? … long, but good (and sad) … if real, this is very cool … before you go back to law school, you may want to read this … Craig’s List killer commits suicide … nice stems, LeAnn Rimes … the “Hindenberg Omen” (hint: It’s doom and gloom) … video of Tila Tequila being pelted by feces and rocks on stage … zebra on the loose!

Indiana Pacers’ draft pick Lance Stephenson was arrested this weekend for allegedly pushing his girlfriend down the stairs. [NY Daily News]

Why are the Dodgers charging themselves $14 million a year to play at Chavez Ravine? [LA Times]

We tackled Dustin Johnson yesterday, and won’t be going down that road again today, but here’s a column saying he should have read the rules more closely at the PGA Championship. [ESPN]

The NCAA appears to be targeting Spurrier’s Gamecocks. [The State]

Dwight Howard went to India. [Sentinel]

Former “Nasty Boy” Rob Dibble has angered female baseball fans. [OCD Chick]

Mississippi State football fan quits his job to make cowbells for a living. [Ledger]

Sports TV ratings are soaring – thanks technology? [TIME]

The 49ers have put their 2008 first-round draft pick, DL Kentwan Balmer, on the trading block. [CSN Bay Area]

Rather funny photos of all 32 NFL coaches. [Midwest Sports Fans]

Video of what happens when Justin Bieber tweets your cell phone number. [Gawker via Jimmy Traina]

Prediction: Manti Te’o will be one of the 10 best linebackers in college football this year. [Tribune]

Len Pasquarelli has left ESPN for CBS Sports.com. [Pro Football Talk]

Hell yeah we’re going to link up a story about the comeback of table tennis (aka ping pong). [Wall Street Journal]

DeMar Derozan can fly … but who are these chumps he dominated against?

The guy wielding the bat did some damage, huh? He’s lucky he got out of there, though.

Watch as a Nationals’ security guard tries to collar the 3rd and 4th people who ran on the field to protest something or the other yesterday in DC. [via Casual Hoya]

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