Roundup: NBA Draft, King Felix's Gem Against Red Sox, Bryce Harper's "Clown Question, Bro" Beer For A Good Cause, And It's Really Freaking Hot

Emilia Clarke . . . Felix Hernandez had 13 K’s in a 1-0 shutout of the Red Sox . . . That Bull shark attack yesterday? It targeted the wrong Bieber, but the 6-year old boy in Florida is expected to make a full recovery . . . Extreme heat spreads across the U.S. . . . The pig whisperer . . . The Bryce Harper “Clown Question, Bro” beer and his recommendation to donate profits for a fallen police officer’s family . . . The hockey coach who tripped a 13-year old and broke his wrist had a history of poor sportsmanship . . . A Chinese zombie? Dong gnaws on woman’s face . . . Shocking news: Snoop Dogg detained in Norway, with pot . . . this mugshot gif will haunt your dreams . . . Darn climate change: Kids were stuck inside all day yesterday . . . Ryan Zimmerman’s fake throw nabs Carlos Gonzalez at third . . . Sweet gif of the Seahawk who took out three different Cardinals players on a punt . . . Consumers are bad at math . . . 102-year old man who first came to the U.S. in 1928 becomes a U.S. Citizen . . .

Lamar Odom and his sex swing are back in Los Angeles, with the Clippers [NBC LA]

A lengthy Craigslist ad selling golf clubs, warning, it references bees [Sports Grid]

John Roberts and his 1-4-4 ruling against Commerce Clause, in favor of Congress’ tax power in regard to “ObamaCare” [WSJ]

Richard Posner on the Affordable Care Act ruling [Slate]

Quinn Pitcock trying to make a comeback after walking away from football with a video game addiction [Jemele Hill]

Baltimore reliever Darren O’Day rides around on something called a Solowheel [Guys]

Jonathan Quick signs 10 year deal with the Los Angeles Kings [ESPN]

Twenty years ago, Lewis Grizzard was not a fan of gender equity in sports [Ocala Star-Banner]

Don Grady, who played Robbie from My Three Sons, dead at age 68 [People]

Drink if you had someone writing a review of Magic Mike using the phrase “pectacular” [NY Daily News]

Splits Happen [Football Perspective]

Joe Delaney’s tragic drowning while trying to rescue three boys happened 29 years ago today, so I have to link to Frank DeFord’s piece on Delaney [SI Vault]

Man sporting a Skip Bayless shirt at the NBA Draft (h/t: Amy K. Nelson)


I smell a sequel: Snakes On a Bike

In light of the Supreme Court ruling pretty much going as his guest discussed in this video, we eagerly await Bill O’Reilly’s admission that he is an idiot.

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