Roundup: Alex Trebek Rapping on Jeopardy, Obama's Prom Photos & Saved by the Bell's Graduation 20 Years Ago

Irina-ShaykIrina Shayk … TIME unearthed Obama’s Prom photos … mother has son arrested for stealing her pop tarts … gospel singer sues McDonald’s over ruined voiceseven million adults in the UK have never used the internet … the oral history of the 2003 World Series of Poker … teacher suspended for hitting student on the head with a banana … here’s a Vegas field guide to the pool scene this summer … Ed O’Neill has been reading the same newspaper through two TV shows and 20 years … these guys set up a drum set on the side of the highwayteenager accidentally shoots off penis … this ‘Urban week‘ story seems Onion-ish … hate you, cockroaches … this moron was lucky to survive this base jump … seven seniors were banned from graduation for this cockroach stunt

Eventually, Charlie Weis will probably be known as the $19 million mistake. It’s Bonilla-like, really. [Tribune]

Since LeBron came into the NBA, no player has been more clutch. [ESPN]

“Angered over bathroom fan request, Syracuse man defecates in roommate’s car, police say.” [Syracuse.com]

The oral history of Nique vs. Bird in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals in 1988. [NBA.com]

Sloane Stephens is probably going to be asked about Serena Williams as long as Serena Williams is playing tennis. [Time Sports]

What a story: The ‘Big Dog,’ the little boy and the hug that triumphs over tragedy. [Oklahoman]

Tennessee Titans tight end has DUI charge dismissed when the cop fails to show up in court. [Tennessean]

Outstanding breakdown of the final episode of Saved by the Bell, which happened 20 years ago. [Grantland]

“The Rosen affair is as flagrant an assault on civil liberties as anything done by George W. Bush’s administration, and it uses technology to silence critics in a way Richard Nixon could only have dreamed of.” [Washington Post]

Every year, the city of Indianapolis pays the Pacers $10 million not to leave for another city. [Star]

Wait, there’s still a chance Dwight Howard ends up in Atlanta? Oh. [Press Telegram]

Heralded Jesus Montero has been sent down to the minors by the Mariners. [News Tribune]

“A Gazette investigation shows an increasing number of soldiers, including wounded combat veterans, are being kicked out of the service for misconduct, often with no benefits, as the Army downsizes after a decade of war.” [Gazette]

The Cincinnati Bearcats baseball team – funny guys!

Great moments in Jumbotron history. [via Hot Clicks]

Alex Trebek rapping on Jeopardy? Yes, please.

This guy got much closer to the F-5 tornado than I would have. [via Cartmaniak]

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