Lais Ribeiro, a model … “Trump received $1.6 million from Secret Service” … how a 1992 TV interview still haunts Hillary Clinton … man arrested in the murder of five people at a Washington mall over the weekend … “London’s Muslim Mayor: Terror Attacks ‘Part And Parcel Of Life In A Big City’” … Kaley Cuoco is getting married on the season premiere of ‘Big Bang Theory‘ and here’s her wedding dress … when Donald Trump comes after you, it’s smart to capitalize – like making a musical about his life … Mark Cuban will be in the front row for tonight’s Presidential debate … “Identical twin drops bombshell: I committed murder, not my brother” … add Bruce Springsteen to the list of people who have called Donald Trump a moron …
The King Stays the King in New England – and that’s Bill Belichick. Things change, but he remains the one constant for the Patriots. Also, what is Kevin Garnett’s legacy? And impatient NFL teams in the social media era. [Full 3-Hour Radio Show; 30-Minute Podcast]
“David Ortiz is a thin-skinned, self-promoting narcissist, prone to violent tantrums and playing fast and loose with the truth, possessing a persecution complex that would make Richard Nixon blush.” [The Week]
Major bummer about Chris Bosh, who may be done in Miami because he can’t pass a physical. [Yahoo Sports]
There’s one spot left on the Warriors roster, and these five guys are fighting for it. [CSN Bay Area]
Notre Dame fired its defensive coordinator, Brian VanGorder, after a loss to Duke. [UND.com]
Five college basketball programs that have fallen, and the worst part is, two are from the Big East. Sad emoji. [CBS Sports]
Everyone’s making predictions for the Trump/Clinton debate tonight. Put me down for 81 million viewers. [SI.com]
If you’re a Knicks fan, you’ll get sucked into this positive Carmelo Anthony story about his offseason. [Bleacher Report]
Dan LeBatard goes long about the sadness in Miami following the death of Jose Fernandez. [Herald]
Nice story on Fox Sports announcer Joel Klatt. [Ringer]
Memorable read about Steve Gleason’s blocked punt in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina. [NOLA.com]
Nike is done with golf clubs, but is still doing golf shirts. [NY Times]
James Harden or Klay Thompson? You shouldn’t be surprised that Jason Terry says it’s Harden, by far. [Slam Online]
Mean Tweets from Jimmy Kimmel last week … just watch for Margo Robbie.
Daeshon Hall of Texas A&M … you need to block this guy. He’s a pro.
Ahem. Redskins come through for your boy.