On March 24, 1991, Bill Clinton was the governor of Arkansas, The Silence of the Lambs was the nation's No. 1 movie and Justin Bieber hadn't been born yet. Also on that day, The Undertaker won his first WrestleMania match by defeating Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka. Twenty-three years (and with a string of 21 victories), The Undertaker lost to Brock Lesnar last night. The loss shocked everyone - from fellow WWE stars to fans (and their memes). The Camel Clutch Blog has a full recap of Sunday night's action.
This is Painful
Sabres defenseman Christian Ehrhoff tweeted a photo of his disgusting, mangled ear, which was cut open by a puck during Sunday's game against the Flyers. Ehrhoff joins Grand Rapids Griffins center Mitch Callahan and Kings defenseman Matt Green for most painful injuries of the month.
This is Painful (to watch)
There was a time when five seconds of Paul McCartney dancing would cause females to cry, faint or scream uncontrollably. Times have changed, as this scoreboard video from Sunday's Lakers-Clippers game demonstrates.
Lovely Lady Of The Day
Spanish actress Alicia Sanz wore this dress to the Divergent premiere in Madrid. More importantly, she is today's LLOD.
When Charity Hockey Games Go Bad
The annual FDNY-NYPD charity hockey match is "all about coming together to enjoy sportsmanship and helping others." I'm not sure where that sentiment was on Sunday when the squads engaged in an all-out brawl during the second period of a 3-3 game. The NYPD would go onto win the game 8-5.
Tom Brady posed with Snoop Dogg before the rapper's concert at Northeastern University. Bonus points to Snoop for his Boston Bruins cardigan. Maybe he could give Brady some style advice (not that he needs it).
From the SI Vault
Bob Cousy :: Hy Peskin/SI
On this day in 1959, Celtlics guard Bob Cousy tied an NBA record by recording 19 assists in Game 3 of the Finals as Boston defeated Minneapolis 123-110 en route to a four-game sweep. Magic Johnson and John Stockton currently share the playoff record with 24. For more classic sports photos, visit the SI Vault on Twitter.
Odds and Ends
The White House is cracking down on selfies after David Ortiz's stunt last week ... A Kentucky fan dropped her shorts in a bar to show off her Wildcats undies ...The 12 highest-rated sports movies on Netflix streaming ... Former Auburn coach Gene Chizik gave the stink-eye to his daughter's prom date ... Nate Robinson and Rip Hamilton are engaging in a Photoshop war on Instagram ... Torii Hunter really likes Omar Vizquel's weird pants ... Brandon Weeden feels he was a failure with the Browns because he "tried to do too much" ... Jameis Winston and his FSU teammates had some fun during a rain delay on Saturday ... The Goonies sequel may actually happen ... Did you know about the Pineberry, a fruit that looks like a strawberry but tastes like pineapple?
Proposal of the Day
Shauna Thorne sings The Star Spangled Banner before Sunday's Rays game and gets a small surprise after.
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Triple Play Alert
Greensboro College pulled off the rare 9-3-2 triple play against Maryville College in a Division III level baseball game on Saturday. (HT Next Impulse Sports)
Bruce Springsteen Covers Van Halen
Bruce Springsteen played the Capital One JamFest, a three-day music festival in Dallas in conjunction with the Final Four, where he came out with a basketball and participated in a jump-ball situation before covering the Van Halen classic Jump.
As a way to usher in Philly Tech Week, the 29-story Cira Centre in downtown Philadelphia is transformed into the world’s largest Tetris screen.