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Yeezy Tries To Outshine Riley Curry
The Warriors locked up a series-shifting Game 4 win on Thursday night, but it was Kanye, not Riley Curry, who drew the media's attention at the podium even before the game was over. Even though it doesn't seem like he'd admit it, Kanye had a pretty good night.
Still, at this point no Warriors win is complete without Riley getting some airtime to win our hearts all over again.
LeBron's nasty collision with a camera behind the baseline was nothing a kiss from Mom (and some glue) couldn't fix, but it was still a scary moment for a Cleveland team that needs him at his lethal best more than ever. As other star athletes pointed out, that type of accident is nothing we haven't seen before in sports:
RIP To The American Dream
The passing of WWE Hall of Famer Dusty Rhodes on Thursday brought forth a swell of condolences and fond memories from throughout the wrestling community.
Lovely Lady of the Day
By special request of Jake from Los Angeles, Selena Gomez gets today's LLOD honors. (Click here for the full-size gallery.)
At The Very Least, We Know He'd Beat Teddy
Every MLB Draft Pick, Alphabetized
The action goes on for a long, long time after the first round.
Sir Christopher Lee's Life In Photos
Free Kicks Galore
Some crafty set pieces early in Thursday's Women's World Cup action. First, China tried to sneak a free kick past the Netherlands after two teammates faked an argument on top of the ball. Then Norway's Maren Mjelde equalized against Germany with this beauty over the wall.
How To Make An Entrance
Adidas Releasing Avengers Shoes
Ric Flair Slides Into ESPN's Set
'Nature Boy' made his presence at Game 4 known as only he can before trying to pump up the Quicken Loans Arena crowd during a timeout. Kevin Love was reportedly pumped about it, as well.
Odds and Ends
If you haven't started binge-watching already, get ready for season three of Orange Is The New Black with this roundtable of several cast members ... The A's media relations team had to go old-school with typewritten game notes ... The Cleveland weatherman who called out the NBA Finals officiating a few days back is at it again ... These résumés are, uh, not great ... Snoop Dogg's campaign to be the next CEO of Twitter is gaining steam ... Is Crystal Pepsi on its way back? ... Two leading paleontologists review Jurassic World.
NBA Finals Superlatives
I've Been Waiting For You For The Whole Week
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