While You Were Working: Nadal And Djokovic Played Another Classic

Rafael Nadal outlasted Novak Djokovic in five sets at Roland Garros to advance to the final. It was another classic, finishing 6-4, 3-6, 6-1, 6-7 (3), 9-7.


LeBron James and Dwyane Wade say fatigue was a factor in their Game 1 loss to the Spurs.


Tiger was paired with Rory McIlroy and Adam Scott at the US Open. That should be interesting. 


Brian Orakpo was injured early in the 2012 season, but says Defensive Player of the Year is his goal for 2013.


Dirk Nowitzki says he'd be willing to take a pay-cut when he re-signs in order to draw free agents to Dallas, and says he'd probably sign for 2-3 more years. 


Cleveland Indians closer Chris Perez was charged with "possession of a controlled substance." It was weed. Lol.


Terrell Owens says he'll retire if he can't get a gig in the NFL this year.


There are now Drake lyrics on Taco Bell packets. 


Pope Francis says he did not want to be Pope. 


Ghostface Killah does a set at the Boiler Room in LA. RZA stopped by too.


Former YMCMB member Lil' Turk says Lil' Wayne is out of touch and too Hollywood.


The NCAA accepted Mississippi State's self-punishment for recruiting violations that stem from DB Will Redmond receiving money from a booster. They'll lose two scholarships and are on probation but avoids a postseason ban.


Michelle Bachmann says she may run for President in 2016. A nation awaits…


Frank Thomas weighs in on the recent PED scandal in MLB and says the legends already in the Hall don't want them to join.


J. Cole explains "Let Nas Down," a track from his upcoming album, Born Sinner.


Gizmodo takes a look at what exactly PRISM is, the government program currently spying on Verizon customers and possibly email and Facebook accounts.


Check out Danny Green's viral video ad for Burgerfi.


Pusha T talks about his upcoming summer album, My Name Is My Name.



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