Bianca Gascoigne … Casey Kasem died at the age of 82 … Miss Nevada, who won Miss USA, may have been living in California … girl who lives in a DC homeless shelter is class valedictorian, headed to Georgetown on a full ride … recession led to ‘10,000 suicides’ … Waffle House employee shoots and kills a customer … the man behind the funny LA Kings twitter account … “arrested for allegedly cutting out the heart of his ex-girlfriend’s current boyfriend before sitting down to eat it with a knife and fork” … Instagrams from Auschwitz … woman makes “high-fashion” dress out of toilet paper … Polish town puts up a statue of Lenin urinating … really strong piece about Chuck D and Hot 97, the New York rap radio station … a GIF of Neymar’s girlfriend, Bruna Marquezine, opening the fridge … “450-Pound Florida Man Had Marijuana Stashed In His Stomach Fat” … some Clemson cheerleaders went to the beach … people are jumping on jet skis and sneaking into the US over the Texas border … 3-year old girl with scars from pit bull attack reportedly asked to leave KFC in Mississippi …
Kawhi Leonard is the first NBA Finals MVP who went to college since Paul Pierce in 2008. [Express-News]
Most interesting of Marvin Harrison’s truck getting shot at – he was randomly driving through a dangerous neighborhood at 3:20 am. [Philly.com]
Jake Heaps, the former Kansas QB, is transferring to Miami for his final year. [Salt Lake Tribune]
Apparently the US Open was a snoozer because Martin Kaymer obliterated the rest of the field. [Golf.com]
Why did Hornets GM Rod Higgins leave two weeks before the NBA draft? [Charlotte Observer]
Interesting read on San Francisco GM Trent Baalke, who basically is just a weird, very private man. And it seems to work. [MMQB]
Nice score for Rutgers – Hayden Rettig is transffering from LSU to play QB for the Scarlet Knights. He’ll sit out 2014 and have three years left. [Fox Sports]
Marshall has dismissed starting point guard Chris Thomas (12.7 ppg) from the team. [Charleston Daily Mail]
Former Viking Christian Ponder takes a few shots at Minnesota QB Christian Ponder on his way out the door. [Pioneer Press]
Enjoyed this former beat writer’s take on Chuck Noll. [Post-Gazette]
I gotta side with Evan Mathis here over Mike Florio. Hopefully it stops folks running with every damn tweet. And yes, we occasionally fail here as well. [Crossing Broad]
“Starbucks will provide a free online college education to thousands of its workers, without requiring that they remain with the company, through an unusual arrangement with Arizona State University.” [NYT]
That’s quite the “Woodstock” pool party at Ole Miss. Well, except for the flag at 1:58.
Samuel L. Jackson still has that scene from Pulp Fiction committed to memory.
Here’s a bunch of white guys fighting at a 50 Cent concert at Shea Stadium.
Johnny Manziel can’t hear you because there’s too much money in his hand. [via BroBible]
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