Roundup: Brooklyn Woman Punched Over Trump Comments; Julius Randle Triple Double & Another Good Ben Affleck Movie Trailer

LAS VEGAS, NV - FEBRUARY 17:  Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Genevieve Morton attends Club SI Swimsuit hosted by Vanity at Vanity Nightclub at The Hard Rock Hotel and Casino on February 17, 2011 in Las Vegas, Nevada.  (Photo by Michael Loccisano/Getty Images for Sports Illustrated)

Roundup: Brooklyn Woman Punched Over Trump Comments; Julius Randle Triple Double & Another Good Ben Affleck Movie Trailer

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Roundup: Brooklyn Woman Punched Over Trump Comments; Julius Randle Triple Double & Another Good Ben Affleck Movie Trailer

Genevieve Morton, best known as a Sports Illustrated swimsuit model … 32-year old mother of three went missing in August, nobody knows where she is … Texas! “Chili’s Apologizes After Manager Takes Meal From Veteran” … how many Trump staff shakeup stories will we read over the next two months? … Brooklyn! “Woman Punched Over Trump Comments at Bar Tabac, Witnesses Say” … man says he’s a “gay jew” and terrified for Donald Trump’s presidency … Ariel Winter has four million views on this Instagram booty shake … Donald Trump has been the President-elect for a week, and racial incidents are happening all over … starting to feel like Facebook and fake news is getting to be a bigger story by the day … this story on online shopping discrimination is kinda messed up … if you’re into the media, this is a good piece on NYT “soul-searching” … 

Lakers 125, Nets 118. Julius Randle had a triple double – 17 points, 14 rebounds, 10 assists. LA is 7-5, and doesn’t miss Kobe at all. [LA Times]

Could the Raiders be the NFL’s Cubs in the TV ratings game? And if Jim Harbaugh leaves Michigan, does Detroit or Chicago make more sense? [Fox Sports Radio, Full 3-Hour Show; 30-Minute Best of Podcast]

Costa Rica 4, USA 0. In a World Cup qualifier. That actually happened. The US isn’t in any trouble to qualify for the World Cup – yet – but this is bad, bad news. [SI.com]

It’s not a tug-of-war, but the Warriors are still Stephen Curry’s team, though the reasoning – he’s the superior player – is interesting. [Mercury News]

Not that you needed the reminder, but football game at the high school level is dangerous. [NOLA High School Sports]

A 108-year old Cubs fan died … right after the team won the World Series. [Chicago Tribune]

Todd Graham is having a tough year at Arizona State, but he will return next season, the school says. [Arizona Sports.com]

For political junkies, a look at what the “New” Democratic party could look like. [Jacobin]

Kentucky freshman Malik Monk made seven 3-pointers for the Wildcats in a win over Michigan State.

Heidi Klum, who is 43, is in terrific shape.

Perhaps in the minority, but Ben Affleck has had some good movies in the last few years. This looks great, and the Accountant was amazing.

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