Blake Lively … minimum wage worker talks to Washington Post, loses her job … about time McDonald’s run with the all-day breakfast … “Pennsylvania Girl, 4, Leaves Home at 3 A.M. in Search of Slushie” … man accidentally shoots himself outside of gun show … three students critical after shooting at Spring Break house party … it now costs $71k a year to attend NYU … Monopoly is going to be a TV show … we’re six days away from the final season of Mad Men … “Did Neurons Evolve Twice?” … 102-year old soccer fan loses life savings to robbers, so a soccer team stepped up … “Mom arrested after baby chokes on cigarette butt” … frat kid bites off the head of a live hamster during Spring Break party … “Jealous husband glued wife’s private parts together with superglue after accusing her of cheating” … how was this criminal on the streets of Boston? … Kentucky “woman accused of putting rum, beer in 1-year-old nephew’s sippy cup” …
Seems unlikely, but could Oklahoma State buyout Travis Ford’s contract? [Oklahoman]
I’m in full agreement: Stephen Curry is the NBA MVP this year. [San Jose Mercury News]
It’s official: Chris Mullin is the new coach of the St. John’s Red Storm. [NYDN]
Haji Wright, a 17-year old rising soccer star, has chosen to play with the NY Cosmos of the North American Soccer League. [NYT]
Louisville’s hero in the Sweet 16 against Oklahoma, Anton Gill, is transferring. [Scout]
Cool: The Cincinnati Reds now have a room for nursing moms. [ESPN]
The Oral History of the TV show NewsRadio. [Uproxx]
No surprise that Miami Heat ratings are down significantly this year, but in the 18-34 demo, they’ve actually grown a bit. [Sun Sentinel]
Vin Scully is about to begin his 66th season with the Dodgers. [LA Daily News]
Philadelphia is now the epicenter of American Cricket. [Guardian]
Long, good read: When Villanova upset Georgetown to win the Title in 1985. [NYDN]
Dave Paulsen is leaving Bucknell to be the next coach at George Mason. [Washington Post]
DeMar DeRozan dropped a career-high 42 points on James Harden and the Rockets in a win.
Jimmy Clausen, NFL QB, got married over the weekend.
Ron Burgandy was part of the Justin Bieber roast.
So was Shaq.
Strong cast for Masterminds.
Windmill dunk by high school kid off the side of the backboard? Not bad.
It’s like, Nina Agdal week or something.