Roundup: Spurs Rout Clippers, Charlie Weis is Still Getting Paid by Notre Dame & Mike Vick's Getting Married

Sophie Turner … ESPN will be churning out more 30-for-30 documentaries … 58 percent of New Jersey residents don’t want online gambling? … the Miami New Times goes after Alessandra Stanley of the NY Times … the ABC 2012-2013 TV schedule, if you’re interested … here’s video of MKG working out for the NBA draft … ESPN’s new-look advertising … for those who like to compare the Louisville Cardinal and the Kentucky Wildcats … the Dalai Lama is afraid of being eaten by sharks … will somebody pay this man his money? … bride found stabbed to death still in her wedding dress … for Bobcat Goldthwait fans

Spurs run away and hide from the Clippers in the 2nd half: 108-92. The Spurs, who made 15 three-pointers, have won 26 of their last 28 games. [Spurs Nation]

Wes Welker will remain with the Patriots – he signed a one-year, $9.5 million franchise tender. [Globe]

Mike Vick is getting married June 30th in Miami. [Page 6]

Charlie Weis is coaching Kansas, but he’s still collecting checks from Notre Dame, and will continue to do so for a few years. [Tribune]

Utah Valley’s 32-game winning streak came to an end against Utah; it was the 4th longest streak in college baseball history. [Salt Lake Trib]

At the NBA trading deadline, the Rockets nearly had Dwight Howard. [Clutch Fans]

LA Kings 4, Phoenix Coyotes 0. The Kings lead the series 2-0 and look poised to reach the NHL Finals. [Arizona Republic]

The Knicks need to win this battle to be able to keep Jeremy Lin. [Forbes]

Is Curt Schilling’s 38 Studios going broke? [Go Local]

Interesting look at the NFL, home field advantage, and gambling spreads. [National Football Post]

How good does this look?

Wait for the skirt blooper at the :22 mark.

This blindfolded guy thinks he’s bungee jumping. [via Adam]

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