Roundup: Craig Ferguson Sounds Off on Terrorist Attacks, and Stories of Heroism and Sadness After the Boston Marathon Bombing

Melanie IglesiasMelanie Iglesias … how the Fab 5 saved someone’s life … Tracy Morgan’s comedy show was too obscene for some Australians … this one’s for the smokers … this one’s for the boxing fansHouston is the most ethically diverse region in the US … Esquire seems to really like Allison Brie

Skylar Diggins was drafted 3rd by the WNBA’s Tulsa Shock. [Tulsa World]

Two brothers were standing next to each other at the Boston Marathon’s finish line. In the bombing, each lost a leg. [Globe]

Alex Len is leaving Maryland early to enter the NBA draft. [Sun]

Powerful column on the Boston Marathon bombing. [Globe]

What’s New Orleans running back Chris Ivory worth? [NOLA.com]

Eddie Jordan, currently an assistant with the Lakers, could be named the Rutgers head coach in the next 48 hours. [Star-Ledger]

The Mets and Rockies were snowed out Monday in Denver. [Post]

The heroes who tried to calm a man who had both of his legs blown off in the terror attack on the Boston Marathon. [Press Herald]

Kyle Anderson is returning to UCLA, so Steve Alford is a happy coach. [Jeff Goodman]

Dario Saric, a Croatian teenager, has entered the NBA draft. [Woj]

Oklahoma City 104, Sacramento 95. The Thunder locked up the No. 1 seed in the West. [Oklahoman]

Here’s part of Craig Ferguson’s intro to his late show. He said it well, “is anyone else sick of this shit?” Here’s a partial transcript.

Dion Waiters cocked one back and dunked on the Birdman in Cleveland’s loss to Miami.

A bit shit-save, indeed, Ms. Sportscenter anchor whose voice I couldn’t discern.

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