Roundup: Brazilian Rapper Shot and Killed on Stage, Worst Coaches in College Football & Aaron Gordon One-Handed Alley-Oop Dunk

stacy-keibler-legsStacy Keibler, who is single after splitting from George Clooney … teenager in Florida bit in the head by alligator needs 19 stitches … very good look at New Jersey and gambling … excellent story on the man who lost both legs in the Boston Marathon bombing … “Woman’s dying wish: Dinner at Olive Garden” … “Drunk mans dies after peeing on third rail of G train” … real or fake: Andre the Giant clutching a 12-ounce can of beer … in media these days, it’s gobble, or get gobbled … “Nun gets 90 days in jail for thefts to support gambling habit” … scorned wife takes everything – kitchen sink, roof, windowsmorning TV drama Down Under! … “Tulsa Man Found Inside Septic Tank Arrested For Peeping Tom” … did you know cell phones could explode in your pocket and do serious damage? … hello, Lara Kinnear

Drew Cannon, 23, will be a member of the Boston Celtics coaching staff. He was the director of analytics at Butler under Brad Stevens. [Globe]

“Matt Russell, the Denver Broncos Director of Player Personnel, was arrested and jailed in Summit County over the weekend after police say he was suspected of being involved in an accident the mountain town of Frisco, then crashed into a police car a few minutes later in Breckenridge.” [CBS Denver]

It’s me talking about Stephen A. Smith potentially replacing Mike Wilbon on NBA Countdown. [SI]

Hilarious: “A Poem, Comprised Entirely of Words Taken From Headlines About Dwight Howard.” [Extra Mustard]

A look at the high-profile lawyer in Florida who represented Aaron Hernandez twice when he played for the Gators. Who paid for it? [WSJ]

Jonny Flynn is one of the former many Syracuse players in the NBA summer league. [Post-Standard]

No major surprises here on the best/worst college football coaches list, though I’d say Kirk Ferentz falls under “overpaid” rather than “worst.” [SI]

Detailed look at how Eddie Jordan rebuilt the Rutgers basketball program. [Star Ledger]

Sounds like Armen Keteyian is getting tight with Nick Saban. A book, and now a 60 Minutes Profile. [AL.com]

Long, but worth it: 24 hour of LeMons. [Wash Post]

At the midway point, how MLB teams look in regard to their preseason over/under totals. [Beyond the Bets]

Victor Cruz inks a 5-year, $43 million extension with the Giants. [Fox Sports]

The Texas Longhorns football team has a player who is a practicing muslim and fasting during summer workouts. [ESPN]

No new ground here, really: Ex-fiancee of Jason Collins says (again) she didn’t know he was gay. [Cosmo]

What’s going on with the NHL Network? [Sports Business Daily]

“The U.S. Secret Service has arrested Michael Mancil Brown, 34, on charges of attempting to extort former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney and his wife, Ann Romney.” [Information Week Security]

The smart move if you think your kid is a college hoops prospect – have him stay back in 8th grade. [NJ.com]

In summer league action, Reggie Jackson put Moe Harkless on a poster.

At the 1:07 mark, you can see singer MC Daleste get shot on stage. He died. MC Daleste was 20. [via Billboard]

Aaron Gordon, who will be a stud at Arizona this season, can rise.

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