Roundup: Dashcam Catches Toddler Falling Out of Van; Salma Hayek's Dog Mystery & Super Tuesday Results

Roundup: Dashcam Catches Toddler Falling Out of Van; Salma Hayek's Dog Mystery & Super Tuesday Results


Roundup: Dashcam Catches Toddler Falling Out of Van; Salma Hayek's Dog Mystery & Super Tuesday Results

attends the 2016 Vanity Fair Oscar Party Hosted By Graydon Carter at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on February 28, 2016 in Beverly Hills, California.

Margot Robbie … Donald Trump won seven Super Tuesday states, Ted Cruz three and Marco Rubio won Minnesota … couple arrested for having sex in a car in the Hardee’s parking lot … “Monarch Butterfly Migration Rebounds, Easing Some Fears” … who killed Salma Hayek’s dog? … six Bay Area newspapers will consolidate into two starting April 5, layoffs are expected … comedian Katt Williams arrested for alleged battery of an employee at a pool supply store … “Ohio man who ate roommate’s brain up for parole” … Ian Darke signed a new deal with ESPN … love this cell phone coops idea, Chick Fil-AOklahoma City Thunder minority owner charged with conspiracy … this guy made a robot lawyer that has appealed $3 million in parking tickets … what does one year of space travel do to the human body? … Sports Authority has filed for bankruptcy protection … the media’s recognizing they were all wrong about Donald Trump

The Warriors gave up a 4th quarter lead, but topped the Hawks in overtime, 109-105, to improve to 54-5. Stephen Curry didn’t play, but Draymond Green scored 15 points, collected 13 rebounds, and handed out nine assists. [SF Gate]

Indiana wins at Iowa, 77-75, and wins the Big 10 title. Helluva season, Tom Crean. I was wrong. [

Aroldis Chapman was suspended by MLB 30 games for this. So basically, he’ll be back in May. [NYDN]

Who you got, Brett Hundley or any of these incoming rookie QBs? [The Sports Quotient]

Good story on NFL retirement. Here’s how former Notre Dame star Aaron Taylor handled it. [Houston Press]

My Fox Sports Radio show about the NFL Combine. Interviews with Kristine Leahy (11 min mark), Jay Bilas (23 min mark) and Rand Getlin (34 min mark). [Full 3-hour show; Best of Podcast]

Oh, look: rookie D’Angelo Russell played 35 minutes for the Lakers Tuesday, scoring a career-high 39 points (8-of-12 three-pointers) in a win over the Nets. [LA Times]

The Ty Lawson experiment in Houston is over. He’s been bought out. That was a spectacular failure. [The Vertical]

Sam Bradford got a 2-year deal with the Philadelphia Eagles worth $36 million, with $26 million guaranteed. [CSN Philly]

Daniel Jeremiah of NFL Network is talking to the Eagles about a front office job? [Philly Voice]

“N.Y. Commission admits ‘error’ in not allowing American flag in ring.” [The Ring]

So basically, the 49ers have no options with Colin Kaepernick, except it sounds like his camp wants Chip Kelly to beg for him. [CBS Sports]

Another positive Carson Wentz piece, just because people think I killed him too hard with this story. [ESPN]

So did DC United players get their cell phones stole in Mexico or not? [Washington Post]

Absolutely terrifying to watch this toddler fall out of the van and start running in the street.

The best crossovers in the NBA in February.

Now that’s a high school basketball finish you don’t see every day.

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