Good Morning: Oklahoma City Locked Up The Top Seed In The West

Oklahoma City took down the Kings despite losing Russell Westbrook for the final three minutes after he was ejected for spiking the ball (it was his second T). They won their 60th game of the year and locked up the top seed in the West.



Steph Curry dropped 35 points to lead Golden State over San Antonio, and needs just one more three to tie Ray Allen's single-season record of 269.



The Rockets managed to lose to Phoenix and lost control of the six seed. They play the Lakers next who would leapfrog them for the seven seed with a win.


Denver clinched home court during the first round of the Playoffs with a 112-111 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks.


Utah took down Minnesota to keep their playoff hopes alive. Here is the complete playoff picture for the West, still very much up in the air.


Brittney Griner was the first pick in the WNBA draft and will head to the Phoenix Mercury.


The Charlotte Bobcats beat the Knicks' bench last night, 106-95, moving into a tie with Orlando for the worst record in the NBA.


New NCAA documents provide extensive details about the “major violations” that occurred at Oregon.


Mark Buehrle got a win against his former team, the Chicago White Sox.





Tyga says Cash Money has never paid him.


Kid Cudi discusses his album, drugs, Rick Ross and performing live on Hot 97.



Statik Seletktah drops another track from his June album, Extended Play, with Black Thought, Raekwon and Joey Bada$$.



Young Guru continues his speaking tour on CNN radio, discussing the era of the engineer.



Drake drops another track with James Fauntleroy “Girls Love Beyonce.” This one's just a freebie and won't be on his next album.






Three people were killed and over 130 injured as bombs exploded near the end of the Boston Marathon. Here is an eyewitness account.



A Fox News contributor tweeted about killing all Muslims.


The Senate will put forward their immigration reform bill today, increasing border security and creating a pathway to citizenship. It likely won't make it through the House. And the wheel keeps spinning…


A soldier in Alaska has been given a 16-year sentence for selling secrets to the Russian military. Or trying to, anyway. He really just sold secrets to undercover FBI agents.


China claims US presence in the pacific is destabilizing the region.


Several earthquakes shook up Oklahoma yesterday.


The pre-penicillin era is making a comeback. As patients grow more resistant to antibiotics, researchers are looking for ways to counter bacteria without using drugs to diversify treatments.


TIME breaks down Android vs. iOS.





Want to know more about North Korea? Adam Johnson spent time in North Korea to research his book, The Orphan Master's Son. Though it's illegal for North Koreans to interact with foreigners, Johnson was able to paint a picture of life under totalitarian rule. His book won the Nobel Prize for fiction.





DJ Khaled, Drake, Ross, Weezy and Future don't need any new friends.



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