Roundup: Columnist Slams Kyrie Irving, Toronto Mayor Has Violent Collision with TV Camera & More Pat Summerall NFL Videos

selena-gomez-movie-awards-4Selena Gomez … using data to treat cancer and drive innovation … “Proposal bans teaching of ‘gateway sexual activity’ in school” … there’s a jail overcrowding issue in Tulsa … rare video game, worth about $15k, was purchased for $7.99 … Liberace “presented himself as a girly boy, not a gay man” … google glass, anyone? … Detroit teen charged with sexual assault on an 87-year-old woman … apparently you can get arrested for “rudely displaying” a weapon

What a random hatchet job on Kyrie Irving. He’s 21, hurt and what’s the point of this? [Plain Dealer]

TJ Simers says Kobe Bryant is done, and the Lakers need to move on. [LA Times]

The Kick, by Pat Summerall, happened in 1958. [Star Ledger]

The Atlanta Braves hit five homers to win their 10th straight. They’re 12-1. [AJC]

It sounds like maybe Devin Hester’s days as a receiver are done in Chicago. [Tribune]

James Michael McAdoo is returning to Chapel Hill for his junior year. [Go Heels]

The issue of age when it comes to drafting QBs. Tyler Bray will be 21 at the start of the season; Tyler Wilson and Landry Jones will be 24. [Football Perspective]

Danny O’Neil leaves the Seattle Times for a radio show. [Seahawks Blog]

Yes, there are NFL draft prop bets. [National Football Post]

Will Adam Scott break into the mainstream? [Golf Channel]

Frank Thomas, the former White Sox slugger, is selling his Chicago house. [Chicago Mag]

Isiah Thomas is getting his own TV show on Cinemoi, a channel I’ve never heard of. [Hollywood Reporter]

Lengthy profile of the new USC basketball coach, Andy Enfield. [Times]

John Ourand reviews the final round of the Masters. [Sports Business Daily]

He’s sexy and he knows it. [via Jimmy Traina]

More Pat Summerall greatness.

And even more. I can’t be the only one who watched 20 of these last night, right? If you were watching football in the 80s, you know what I’m talking about.

Mayor of Toronto has violent collision with a cameraman. [via Adam]

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