Roundup: Larry Bird is Leaving the Pacers, Watch a Wedding Party Fall into a Lake & Jessica Biel Wore a Bikini

Nicole Scherzinger … for anyone else stuck in password hell … if you’re into true crime, this story on a 23-year-old cold case is fascinating … should CNN be taking cues from the show Newsroom? … the Colorado wildfires are getting increasingly worse … if TV sales are an indication, consumers are finally getting smart with their money80 percent of people who get struck by lightning are male … a rough dolphin is biting people in NOLA … arrested for throwing French FriesOrbitz is jacking up hotel prices for Mac users … “Florida drunk driving suspect has craziest mug shot ever” … Jessica Biel is in great shape

Larry Bird is leaving the Indiana Pacers. Bit of a shocker. [Indy Star]

Jamie Moyer is not done yet! The Blue Jays signed him to a minor league deal. [MLB]

Why Porn and Journalism Have the Same Big Problem. [The Atlantic]

The Bulls, Mavs, Pacers and Wolves all want Brandon Roy, who is going to try and return to the NBA. [Woj]

Anthony Davis has trademarked “Fear the Brow” and “Raise the Brow.” [CNBC]

“Teen girl hides in closet with brother, calls 911 during burglary.” [WPBF]

Donald Young was supposed to be the next great American tennis player. He hasn’t won a match since Feb. 20th. [NYT]

Troy Smith, the former Heisman winner, was released by the Steelers. [Post-Gazette]

Jeremy Lamb on former teammate Andre Drummond’s chances as a pro: “It depends on if he wants to work.” [Blazers Edge]

“Beach officer tells story of medicine-induced psychosis.” [Hampton Roads]

If you think Pat Riley is going to let the Heat get swollen heads after one title … think again. [Herald]

Ryan Lochte vs. Michael Phelps should be fun at the Olympics. [Yahoo Sports]

Arizona beats South Carolina to capture the College Baseball World Series. [SI]

“Phoenix boy, 14, shoots armed intruder while watching three younger siblings.” [Fox News]

The trailer for Taken 2 looks incredible, as you might expect.

This wedding party fell into a lake. [via Steve]

Reminders: Don’t play with lighters at gas stations.

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