Roundup: Remembering Robin Williams, Artie Lange Talks Depression & Dan LeBatard Writes About ESPN Suspension

mrs doubtfireRobin Williams, aka Mrs. Doubtfire … here’s a swastika on a McDonald’s sandwichtwo-headed dolphin washes up on the beach in Turkey … Day 3 in Ferguson, Missouri and things are getting worse … Will Muschamp does good thing … “impaled on a rake” following fight with friend … should the NCAA remove marijuana from the banned substance list? … “Target shooting injures man in kitchen” … Amazon will have pilots starring Adam Brody, Selma Blair and Mena Suvari this Fall … what will become of print media that’s being spun off by companies? … Jessica Simpson in a bathing suit will make every entertainment blog on the planet … FSU’s #AskJameis twitter idea was a bad one … “Prisoners escape from Donetsk colony during shelling, but promise to return” … 17-year old arrested for rape and murder of 6-year old neighbor …

Paul George changes number from 24 to 13 so he can be “PG-13.” Bill Simmons gets full credit. [ESPN]

“African American millennial men need two or more levels of education to have the same employment prospects as their white peers.” [The Atlantic]

The fact that ESPN let Dan LeBatard write this about his suspension probably says a lot about what ESPN brass thought of the suspension. [ESPN.com]

“The Sixers will be sending veteran forward Thaddeus Young to Minnesota for a package that will include Bennett, the No. 1 pick in the 2013 NBA draft.” [Philly.com]

Very cool insider look at the college football recruiting process. [SI.com]

Sunny Miami vs. the New York Times. [Dave Barry Blog]

Felix Hernandez is dealing, yo. [Seattle Times]

Justin Verlander is definitely not. “Worst stuff of my career.” [Detroit News]

Frank Shannon, Oklahoma’s top tackler a year ago, has been suspended from the school for one year. [Oklahoman]

The Cleveland Cavs haven’t locked down Shawn Marion yet, and now the Indiana Pacers are making a late charge, hoping he could replace Paul George. [ESPN.com]

Robin Williams in one of the best scenes from Good Will Hunting. Here’s the NYT obit of Williams.

Artie Lange has battled depression for years, and recently spoke about rock bottom, and getting a call from Bruce Springsteen.

Two weeks old, but this isn’t a backflip I’d ever attempt. [via Adam]

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