Good Morning: Tony Parker’s Dagger Is Still Ridiculous

Whatever analysis you read about last night's game, it will most certainly come back to Tony Parker's ridiculous floater that barely escaped his fingertips in time to deliver a dagger to the Miami Heat in Game 1.

I bet you didn't think you'd be reading about burgers, though.



David Stern says fines for flopping are too weak.


Brett Favre apologizes for his share of the mess in his separation from the Green Bay Packers.


Roddy White and Richard Sherman exchange a few more barbs, with Sherman saying White doesn't deserve to be amongst the NFL Network's top 100 list.


With injuries to the New York Jets recieving corps, Mark Sanchez says he doesn't know the names of guys he's throwing to. "We came up with some funny nicknames," Sanchez said.


Yasiel Puig continues to rake, hitting his first career grand slam to give the Dodgers a 5-0 win over the Braves.


David Ortiz jacked a three-run homer in the 9th to give Boston a win over Texas.


The Yankees' six-run 3rd inning gave them all the runs they needed to dismiss the Mariners 6-1.


Mariners C Jesus Montero will have to rebuild his young reputation, after being connected to the clinic in Miami currently being investigated by MLB.


Ichiro says he feels "distant" on his return to Seattle with the New York Yankees.


Here are the key notes from the MLB player draft.


Cowboys DT Josh Brent tested positive for marijuana after a court appearance for the death of his teammate Jerry Brown.


Donte Stallworth is getting a tryout with the Washington Redskins. 





Gucci Mane has some advice for Chief Keef.


Daft Punk were the composers to Kanye's "Black Skinhead." Apparently, he's also selling his NYC apartment for $4.5 million.


Miguel said he was not warned about jumping at the BMAs.


J. Cole releases "Forbidden Fruit" with Kendrick Lamar from his upcoming album, Born Sinner.





House Republicans are moving further down the great right hole on immigration.


Read about the lives and mindset of American parents whose son decided to join the jihad and currently has a $5 million bounty on his head.


Two Mass. residents are suing the NY Post for portraying them as if they were the Boston bombers.


North Korea may finally re-open their border with South Korea so certain factories can get back to work.





The Obama administration has declassified several of the policies and procudures of the phone-data collecting operation. What do you think, still sketchy? Internet companies say they do not allow the government access to their servers, contradicting a report from the Washington Post.





Yo Gotti drops a new track with YG and Jeezy from his upcoming album, I Am.

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