Zoey Deutch, and actress and also the daughter of actress Lea Thompson … Hillary Clinton has pneumonia, her doctor says … there are four species of giraffes! … “‘White Girl’s Guide To The Hip-Hop World’ On Way To Big Screen” … TV shows you are surprised to hear about: a LeBron James medicine drama on NBC … “Police arrest man in theft from 93-year-old in wheelchair” … funny gallery of NBA stars getting dunked on by scrubs … “12 Reasons Science Shows Conservative Women Have The Best Sex” … not got into South Park, but it is turning 20, which is very impressive … “Protests and rallies planned downtown Monday for Trump’s visit to Baltimore” … disturbing photos of a couple that overdosed on heroin with their kid in the backseat of the car … weird story: Was this police officer fired because he didn’t shoot a man? … D’Angelo Russell of the Lakers is trying to juggle women … catfish falls from the sky, hits Philadelphia woman in the face … a photo from 2000 of Bill Clinton, Donald Trump, Melania Trump and a Playboy Playmate …
Terrific story about one of the best announcers of my time, Dick Enberg. [LA Times]
What it means to play for Tom Izzo, by Gary Harris. Very good. [Vertical]
Here’s an extremely pessimistic view of Chip Kelly’s offensive struggles. Makes me like the 49ers even more Monday night. [Ringer]
Can’t say it enough: Props to Jack Del Rio for going for the 2-point conversion and the win on the road in New Orleans. Raiders 35, Saints 34. [CSN Bay Area]
Nice piece from Aaron McKie on being Allen Iverson’s teammate. [Players’ Tribune]
Didn’t see this opinion coming: Colin Kaepernick is inadvertently helping Donald Trump. [NYDN]
Bad news for a bad defense: New Orleans cornerback Delvin Breaux has a broken leg, and he’ll be out at least two months. [NOLA.com]
Derwin James suffered a knee injury Saturday, and it’s unclear how much time the great Florida State cornerback will miss. [Sentinel]
Allen Iverson went into the Hall of Fame Friday. We talked about him on Speak For Yourself.
Look at this bone rattling block from the promising USC receiver JuJu Smith.
Fear level on this climb out of the window of a hanging car? Maximum, right?
Against the Seahawks on the road, these drops are game-changers.
Julian Edelman will truck you, and then stare you down.