Good Morning: John Wall Hung 47 On Memphis

John Wall scored the third highest total points this season, dropping a career-high 47 points against the Memphis Grizzlies, as the Wiz went on to win 107-94.


The LA Lakers fell to Golden State with Steph Curry's double-double leading the way for the Warriors despite playing on a sprained ankle. The Jazz took down the 76ers and gained a game on the Lakers for the final playoff spot in the West.

This was nasty, though: 


The Denver Nuggets win streak came crashing to an end, getting blown out 110-86 by the New Orleans Hornets.


A gay NFL player is “strongly considering coming out publicly within the next few months,” according to Mike Freeman of CBS.


Royce White rejoined Houston's D-League team.


USMNT manager Jürgen Klinsmann has never lost to Mexico as a coach or player. Can he keep it going tonight in Mexico City?


Appalachian State and Ga Southern are close to joining the Sun Belt.


Kyrie Irving hopes to make a return from injury this season.


The media is coming for FGCU already.


Marshall Henderson wasn't too pleased with the crowd after losing in the NCAA Tournament.



The Miami Heat won their 27th in a row, destroying the Magic, 108-94.





Eminem is reportedly close to finishing his eighth solo album.


Surprise! Kanye West album title rumors are controversial.


Toro Y Moi puts out a video for “Never Matter.”



Too $hort discusses his arrest in Las Vegas.


Meek Mill is getting ready to release his first novel on May 1.


Gee Watts, a 22-year-old from Kansas City, got a Kendrick Lamar assist on his latest “Watts RIOT.”



This is what happens when A$AP Rocky and Skrillex go to the Dominican Republic to shoot a video for a song called “Wild For The Night.”





A 17-year-old Brit sold his mobile app to Yahoo! for a rumored $30 million.


Spotify is reportedly working on a video-streaming service.


Former CIA director David Petraeus began a new chapter in his public life, giving a speech at Southern Cal.


Michele Bachmann is under investigation. That sentence felt good to write, though “observation” would have felt a little better.


North Korea has ordered its rockets and defense systems to aim at US bases in Guam and Hawaii as well as the mainland – though it is believed that they do not have the capability to hit America.


NYPD Commissioner Raymond Kelly approved Michael “Blue” Williams' “Guns for Greatness” weapons buyback program that exchanges guns for concert tickets like Jay-Z and JT's “Legends of Summer” tour, as well as the “Mrs. Carter Show.”


A Rutgers University professor is attempting to run for President in Iran. His candidacy is unlikely because he is an American citizen, but his story, the problems Iranian-Americans face as well as the problems this man could actually help fix, make him a character you hope doesn't disappear.


The NYTimes decided to depress me about millennials in the job market and whether we can ever overcome the large income and wealth disparities created by high unemployment rates. Thanks.





The Fiscal Times takes a look at the working class, and why they are so poorly represented in Washington D.C.





Tyler, the Creator's alter ego, Young N*gga, released a behind-the-scenes video for “She Won't a Young N*gga.”



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