Good Morning: Paul Pierce Doesn’t Expect To Be A Celtic Anymore

    Tony Parker and Tim Duncan are more than happy for people to get caught up in the upstart Warriors, and the impressive shooting of young Steph Curry and Klay Thompson. But these grizzled vets aren't going anywhere. They took a 3-2 lead, thanks to a huge night from Parker, and put the Warriors on the brink of elimination.

    The Spurs aren't just old men, either.


    Paul Pierce does not expect the Boston Celtics to bring him back next year. Surely, this is some kind of posturing. PP has got to retire a Celtic, right?


    Carmelo Anthony was once again held scoreless in the fourth quarter, as the Indiana Pacers took a commanding 3-1 series lead. He and Tyson Chandler cleared the air over their offensive problems, but JR Smith took the blame after  another woeful shooting performance.


    Florida assistant Tim Davis calls Nick Saban "the devil."


    A man attempting to dribble a soccer ball through 11 countries before ending up in Brazil to raise money for charity was hit by a pickup and killed.


    Bryce Harper missed action in last night's game after a wall collision on Monday that required stitches.


    Andrew McCutchen's bomb in the 12th gave the Pirates a win over the Brewers.


    Andrew Wiggins, who committed to Kansas yesterday, also picked up some haters. One of them is Aaron Harrison, who made a Vine taunting Wiggins. He wasn't impressed.


    Go behind the scenes of adidas' Quick Ain't Fair campaign with John Wall, Damian Lillard, Jrue Holiday and A$AP Rocky.




    Here are 20 Vibe covers that defined the '90s. 


    Beyonce is getting some pushback after completely taking over almost all forms of media in 2013. Her campaign with H&M is getting censorship treatment at bus stops in NYC.


    Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine gave USC $70 million and started a department for the development of creative entrepreneurs. 


    Are we about to get a Jay-Z x Raekwon collab?


    B.o.B. and 2 Chainz team up for "Headband."




    Remember the budget crisis? It essentially dominated the 2012 election. Turns out, it fixed itself. Hurrah!


    Silent Circle has developed an encryption service that allows users to make encrypted phone calls and removes text messages from phones to keep potential spies (or Departments of Justice) away.


    Rumors that Google will launch a streaming service to rival Spotify have picked up steam again, after the company denied them a few months back. They are expected to announce the service, and many other products, at their annual conference starting today.


    Just a week after an Air Force Sexual Assault Prevention Officer was arrested for sexual assault, a man with the same position in the army was charged with running a prostitution ring and forcing subordinates to take part. 


    President Obama's loan policies brought in $51 billion for the Department of Education, more than any of the nation's top companies (including Exxon-Mobil, Chevron, Google, and all four major banks combined).


    Airlines hauled in $6 billion in fees last year. Expect those to stick around.


    When I find myself agreeing with Senator John McCain I have to take a long look in the mirror, but his proposal allowing people to choose their cable channels, instead of only being subjected to bundles, is spot on. I would have about 15 channels instead of the 1600(ish) I currently pay for.


    Women are obsessing over Dzokhar Tsarnaev. 





    US Attorney General Eric Holder has had a tumultuous reign to say the least. His explanation for why the Department of Justice spied on the AP doesn't hold much weight, although he recused himself from that particular case. How convenient. He'll now face some tough questions from the House of Representatives. That man may find himself out of a job by the time Fast And Furious 6 premieres on May 24. 





    DJ Paul and Project Pat both have new music. Today is a good day.

    Project Pat, "Gas"

    DJ Paul ft. Drumma Boy, "We Don't Bluff"