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Roundup: Basketball Player vs. Bill Simmons, 7th Grader Throws Down Windmill Dunk & Cowboy Injured on Bench Press

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Semipro basketball player vs. Bill Simmons … over dreadlocks. Really. [Wayne Washington Hoops via Larry Brown Sports]

“A 10-year-old Colorado boy who likes to play Mario Kart and drive go-Karts grabbed the wheel of his great-grandmother’s speeding car when she passed out and guided it safely off the highway.” [ABC 10]

Dallas Cowboys offensive tackle injured dropping his 325-pound bench press on his chest. [Cowboys Corner]

Joe Williams, the No. 3 UConn running back, has been suspended indefinitely for “theft of a credit card, illegal use of a credit card, and sixth-degree larceny.” [Courant]

The latest startup craze? Events for weekend warriors. [WSJ]

Peyton Manning, the Pistol, and the Denver Broncos. [Denver Post]

This is the week to write about Johnny Manziel’s great, great grandparents. First, the News-Express, then Deadspin.

Would you like to read about Clay Travis and how he got to Fox Sports 1? [Forbes]

The Braves have a new dugout celebration. [AJC]

“The Post’s revenues have declined from $957.1 million in 2005 to $581.7 million in 2012. Its operating profits have plunged from $125.4 million in 2005 to a loss of $53.7 million in 2012.” [Newsosour]

Minnesota coach Jerry Kill tackles epilepsy. [Star Tribune]

A few days old, but Fox added a Golf major to its TV lineup. [NYT]

Walter White from Breaking Bad sings ‘My Way.’ [via Hot Clicks]

Why did these people attempt this? Fortunately, it appears their kids escaped through the sun roof. [via Adam]

This is a 7th grader with a windmill dunk. I can do that on an 8-foot hoop.

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