Charlotte McKinney … deep dive into the day that Ferris Bueller skipped school … “Life on Las Vegas Trail: Drugs, guns, abuse — and a sliver of hope” … the hot new place to take job applicants during the interview? The gym … DC is now catering to millennials, with a shop selling “Avocado Toast and Unicorn Toast” … want to live longer? Be more popular … “Why LaCroix sparkling water is suddenly everywhere” … Papa John’s, Yale and Auburn: Three things you’d never expect to see in a headline … mom from one of the Real Housewives shows twerks, her daughter gets it on snapchat, and that’s a post? … “The Man Who Reinvented Meth” … don’t mow your lawn with a tornado nearby …
Seth Davis writes farewell after spending 22 years at Sports Illustrated. [SI]
The Houston Astros are so good right now, we’re talking about their haircuts. [Chronicle]
Why Super Teams are actually good for the NBA, Chris Broussard on how Paul George could join the Cavs, and how the NBA Finals feels like a passing of the torch from LeBron to Kevin Durant [Full 3-Hour Fox Sports Radio Show; 30-Minute Podcast]
Ugly week for Michigan State’s football team. [Freep]
Enjoyed this read about LeBron and Super Teams, but remember, the Celtics started the Super Team era with trades for Kevin Garnett and Ray Allen. [Guardian]
Interesting take on LaVar Ball not being a problem … yet. I’d say he’s already created plenty of problems for his sons. [SI.com]
Quick reminder that the NBA Finals, through two games, have been very highly rated. Tonight should eclipse both of those. [Front Row]
“Late-night tweeting by NBA players linked to worse personal statistics in games.” [Medical Life Sciences]
Eric Mangini is a good guy. I’ve gotten to know him at FS1. Bill Belichick needs to get over Spygate. [ESPN]
Jerry Seinfeld wants no part of a hug from Ke$ha.
Great song, great job here by Miley and Pharrell.
Incredible Kevin Hart interview with Howard Stern from Monday. If you want the very beginning, fast-forward to the end of Part I on You Tube.