Gig Hadid, the model … Craig Ferguson is leaving the Late Late Show … at least 15 people were killed in Little Rock, Arkansas when a tornado hit … model sues 50 Cent claiming he defamed her on Instagram … why did they have a 7-foot ‘pet’ alligator? … Paul Simon and his wife Edie Brickell were arrested in Connecticut for disorderly conduct … cop chokes out Tennessee student until he passes out … vitamin tycoon tried to hire hitman to take out model wife … Antoine Walker has a movie coming out … “Newspaper ad revenue continued its precipitous free fall in 2013” … he threw a bucket of urine on a county employee … could 4 percent of Death Row inmates be innocent? … apparently Disney was interested in buying Buzzfeed? … the hunt for El Chapo, the world’s most notorious drug lord …
Spurs 93, Mavericks 89. San Antonio evens the series at two headed home. [Spurs Nation]
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar lays the smack down on Donald Sterling. [TIME]
Atlanta 107, Indiana 97. The Pacers actually trailed by 30 at home. Roy Hibbert: 0 points, 0 rebounds, four fouls in 12 minutes. Hawks lead the series 3-2. [Indy Star]
Bryant Gumbel sort of compared Astros owner Jim Crane to Donald Sterling, and that didn’t sit well in Houston. [Chronicle]
Gary Smith is retiring from Sports Illustrated. [SI]
Jack Ramsay’s son, Chris, who works at ESPN, wrote about the passing of his father. [ESPN]
Josh Morgan, Bears receiver, arrested and charged with misdemeanor assault. Police say he punched a man outside a club in DC. [Post]
Here’s another good take on Donald Sterling, who hopefully will be a “former NBA owner” sometime this summer. [NJ.com]
“Q: Is it possible for Silver and the NBA to terminate Sterling’s franchise ownership? A: Yes. Under the terms of Paragraph 13 of the constitution, the owners can terminate another owner’s franchise with a vote of three-fourths of the NBA Board of Governors, which is composed of all 30 owners.” [ESPN]
Kim Anderson is your new Missouri basketball coach. [KC Star]
Peter King seems to think Blake Bortles is a good fit in Minnesota. [MMQB]
Jim Nantz says he’s heard the Johnny Manziel-to-Dallas NFL draft rumor “for a month.” [ESPN Cleveland]
North Carolina fans don’t seem to like reporter Dan Kane, who is good at his job. [NYT]
Emma Stone won a lip sync battle, and it was spectacular. If you didn’t love Emma Stone before (how could you not?) …
Boozing? Really? That’s a pretty bad Wheel of Fortune gaffe. [via Guyism]
Yes, I’m still a little bummed about this Jeremy Lin turnover late in game four.
Basement, now! Tornado hits TV station.
Father kicks 6-year old son down skateboard ramp. Owner of the skate park says the father and son are there all the time. The sheriff’s office is reviewing the incident.
Redskins cheerleaders and selfies. You know the selfie song, right? [via Hot Clicks]