While You Were Working: 2.18.13

Longtime Lakers owner Jerry Buss died at the age of 80. Buss is one of the single greatest contributors to the NBA and his legacy will live on past the memorials. TSL's own DJ Dunson gives perspective on the Lakers ownership situation and more here:








A few highlights from the All-Star game.



Montgomery has since apologized (albeit after seeming to think he did something heroic in his post-game comments). How out of line was he? Judge for yourself:

Jonathan Vilma and Will Smith, two of the Saints players who were on the unfortunate business end of the Bountygate punshiments by the NFL, could turn into salary cap casualties if they don't restructure their contracts with the Saints. It's a cold world, indeed.  

Aside from how sad it is that country singer Mindy McCready left behind at least one orphaned child when she died of an apparent suicide over the weekend, if this isn't the most Roger Clemensy thing to do in the world, I don't know what is:



Can't think of a better college basketball player to cover right now than Marshall Henderson.


Is it more depressing if Xanax makes you a better parent?


For the street music lovers, Master P is still kickin it:

Some pranksters hacked into the Burger King Twitter account and changed it to McDonalds

I'm not even sure why folks take Lil Wayne seriously in these moments. Y'all know dude be high as hell:

Meek Mill announced tour dates for "Dreams Come True."

Wale and 2 Chainz have a video for "Let A N**** Know":

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