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Roundup: News Reporter's Double F-Bomb, Incredible Supermoon Photos & the 10 Best Dressed Sportscasters

Nina AgdalNina Agdal … Twinkies returning around July 15 … “Why It’s So Hard for the Poor to Get Ahead Today” … you should check out these awesome Supermoon photos … she stole a plant from a flower bed at Popeye’s … extremely long piece on DC rapper Wale … “Man arrested for racial slurs, Confederate flag at Toby Keith concert” … guy who had his oversized testicles removed is left with 1-inch penis … pretty big-time when Ben Affleck is emailing inmassive marijuana bust at the border … boyfriend kills girlfriend with a brick … here are the 25 most-hated books according to the folks at Book Riot … arrest following argument over how to make Kool-Aid

Cleveland columnist: “Anyone who counts on James returning when he can opt out of his contract in the summer of 2014 will probably be disappointed.” [Plain Dealer]

The best Wu-Tang related story I’ve read in years. [Slate]

LeBatard – a little luck helped the Heat beat the Spurs. The series was that even. [Herald]

So the 10 best sportscasters are Erin Andrews, Sam Ponder and eight former NFL players? [Vanity Fair]

Nice profile of Howard Garfinkel, who you know if you follow college or high school basketball. [NYT]

Tennis stats say there’s a 92 percent chance Serena Williams gets to the Wimbledon semifinals. [Massey Ratings]

“After the state passed the ban in 1996, the percentages of black and Latino students at UCLA quickly began to fall. Things came to a head in 2006. That year, in a freshman class of nearly 5,000 students, just 96 were African-American.” [NPR]

The Nationals are 37-38, and it might be time to make a move, sayeth Thomas Boswell. [Wash Post]

Showing what a joke the Wimbledon seedings are, Rafael Nadal seeded 5th, has the best chance to get to the Finals, according to stats. [Massey Ratings]

Glen Coffee, who played at Alabama and then the NFL briefly, graduated last week from Airborne School. [AL.com]

Chris Wright, the former Georgetown guard, is raising awareness for Multiple Sclerosis with a basketball jamboree this weekend. [CSN Washington]

Local news with a double F-bomb. Wait for the look on the face of the studio host.

I could get behind this – SIDs getting sacked by college football players. [via Football Scoop]

Why is this statue spinning? Pretty freaky if you ask me. [via]

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