Good Morning: CP3 Isn’t Happy With The LA Clippers

Game 5 was fairly nondescript, aside from the fact that it was the most important game of the NBA playoffs thus far, with almost no one showing up for either team. Roy Hibbert and Paul George scored Indiana's first 29 points, while D. Wade and Chris Bosh were nowhere to be found. Psycho T and Birdman mixed it up in the second quarter to keep things interesting before LeBron James exploded in the third quarter, leading Miami on a 30-13 run which put the Heat out of reach and gave them a 3-2 lead in the series.


Chris Paul is upset with the Clippers' organization for the ongoing story that he was the reason coach Vinny Del Negro was fired.


George Karl and Jeff Van Gundy have now been linked with the Clippers.


It's been difficult out there for defensive free agents to find jobs, and Dwight Freeny thinks the owners got together during the lockout and decided to spend less money to reduce the cost of free agents in general. Interesting quotes.


Ronald Holmes, father of Shabazz Muhammed, was indicted on charges of bank fraud as well as conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud.


Ben McLemore says he would fit perfectly with the Orlando Magic, as he prepares for the upcoming NBA draft.


South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier is doing his annual offseason needling of his rival coaches.


Green Bay came to terms with RB Eddie Lacy.


FIFA finally approves sanctions for acts of racism, coming just a year after FIFA President Sepp Blatter claimed racism could be handled with a handshake.


Barry Zito halted San Fran's mini slump, beating his former club, Oakland, 5-2.


Here's what LSU coach Les Miles was up to yesterday.



SEC coaches voted against a conference-wide drug and alcohol policy, preferring to handle it in-house (obviously).


Andy Pettitte is expected to rejoin the Yankees on Monday.


The attention surrounding Tim Tebow, as well as all the fundamental work he needs, makes it impossible for teams to give him a chance.


The Sacramento Kings hired Golden State assistant Mike Malone as their next head coach.


Panthers WR Steve Smith doesn't plan on hanging up his cleats anytime soon.


Rob Gronkowski pranked his agent, telling him he was leaving to sign with Jay-Z.





Rihanna's Unapologetic became her sixth platinum album.


Big Boi is recovering from his knee surgery.


Mac Miller deals with a bully.




Jadakiss releases another track from the project he's been working on for years, Top 5 Dead Or Alive.





Former Mexican President, Vicente Fox, is in the US campaigning for the legalization of marijuana.


The GOP's default position on healthcare: just say no.


Mentally ill inmates are suing California for excessive force and treatment, joining a long list of correctional suits against the state.


The California Senate passed several measures attempting to curb their problem with prescription drugs.


An American Muslim is suing the FBI, claiming he was tortured.


Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel plans to discuss hacking with the Chinese at an upcoming security summitt in Singapore.


62 percent of those who reported being sexually assaulted in the military faced some sort of retaliation from other members of the military.





Police in Florida are taught to "neutralize the threat in front of them," which, in the case of 14-year old Tremaine McMillan, meant preventing him from walking away from police with a puppy by slamming him to the ground and choking him.





J. Cole releases another cut from Born Sinner, "N*ggaz Know."

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