Roundup: Grammy Award Winners; Trojan Horse Drug Beating Cancer; & Here Come the Celtics Locker Room Problems

Roundup: Grammy Award Winners; Trojan Horse Drug Beating Cancer; & Here Come the Celtics Locker Room Problems

Roundup

Roundup: Grammy Award Winners; Trojan Horse Drug Beating Cancer; & Here Come the Celtics Locker Room Problems

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Lele Pons, who got on the Grammys red carpet as an internet personality … potentially awesome news: this ‘trojan horse’ drug has successfully treated six forms of cancer … I can’t imagine the Secret Service is really aware of Jemele Hill tweets … 10-year old shot awhile riding in a car on the highway in what police think could have been crossfire from a road rage incident … “3 cases of measles confirmed in metro Atlanta” … ‘Extra’ suspended host AJ Calloway amid sexual misconduct investigation … late last month a pregnant Lyft driver was stabbed to death in Tempe … all your Grammy winners can be found here … 

The Pelicans made a terrible decision not trading Anthony Davis. Why the huge Lakers offer probably won’t be there this summer. Also, what if the Lakers somehow get to the playoffs? Game on. [Podcast]

“Lenny Dykstra’s neighbors on quiet N.J. street live in fear of ex-Phillies, Mets star’s illegal rooming house.” [NJ.com]

We’re already running out of ways to describe just how awesome Zion Williamson can be. [Yahoo Sports]

“These 50 public high schools are the best for sports in Pennsylvania.” [Penn Live]

The Lakers – 76ers game was a blowout, but at least there was enough scoring that it was never boring: Philly 143, LA 120. Kyle Kuzma scored 39. [Philly.com]

The Celtics have locker room issues? Oh. [Globe]

“Progressive Va. School Refuses To Play Sports With Icky Christian Kids.” [The Federalist]

Nick Reid, a high school junior in Iowa, scored 76 points a game last week. It’s the 2nd most points ever scored in an Iowa boys high school basketball game.

Fyre Festival x Jurassic Park = Not bad.

The Pelicans really missed out on Kyle Kuzma. Here he is lighting up the 76ers for 23 points in the 1st quarter, 39 for the game.

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