Roundup: Spurs Sweep Jazz, the Bottled Water Debate & Two Videos of People Hit by Cars (and Surviving)

Nathalia Ramos … Maria Menounos in a bikini in Vegas … “Female Breasts Are Bigger Than Ever, But Under Threat” … can slideshows save the Washington Post? … Milwaukee police department vs. the Milwaukee media … Mad Men spent around $250k to have a Beatles song in an episode … is James Cameron only making Avatar movies from now on? … a reader passed on this cheerleading documentary … so who is going to see the movie Spring Breakers? … Matthew Fox’s life/career have spiraled out of control since the end of Lost … Playboy model steals the show at Mexican debate …

San Antonio 87, Utah 81. Spurs sweep the Jazz. [Express News]

Craig Biggio, good dude. [Fox Sports]

Jordan Clarkson, a budding hoops star at Tulsa, is transferring to Missouri. [Columbia Tribune]

Remember when Eddy Curry and Tyson Chandler were drafted together? [Grantland]

Denver Broncos dump GM Brian Xanders. [Post]

Columnist writes about his battle with depression. Strong read. [Detroit News]

Vanderbilt assistant Dan Muller has left to become head coach at Illinois State. [CBS Sports]

Papelbon gave up a 3-run bomb with two outs in the ninth innings and the Phillies lost to the Mets. [NYDN]

Joey Crawford, the insufferable NBA ref, told a bunch of stories from his lengthy career. [NYT]

Phoenix beats Nashville, is headed to the Western Conference finals. The sport? Hockey. [Republic]

What are some of the biggest local radio stations in the country? With caveats. [Outkick the Coverage]

Loyola University has eliminated bottled water from campus. [Tribune]

NBC Sports inked a 2-year deal with the Ivy League to air football, basketball and lacrosse games. [Fang’s Bites]


Chip Kelly made an appearance in the Oregon golf team video.

I’m a fan.

I wanted to watch this a 3rd time to see if he landed OK and could survive this … but it’s just too terrifying. He only suffered a broken leg.

This happened in Buffalo; the man who flew through the air survived.

Wonder how many of these people didn’t say thanks for holding the door. [via Hot Clicks]

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