While You Were Working: Paul George Is Low Key Interested In Being A Laker

Paul George says he's happy playing for the Indiana Pacers and plans to keep it that way, even when he becomes a restricted free agent after next season. George, also from the Los Angeles area, said it would be hard to say no to Kobe and his hometown Lakers if they threw an offer his way.


Texans linebacker Brian Cushing is cleared to play following his recovery from a torn ACL.


Mike Dee (not to be confused with Beastie Boys fame, or the one from Houston's Screwed Up Click) replaced Tom Garfinke as San Diego Padres president and CEO. Dee previously worked for the Padres from 1995-2002, and most recently ran the Miami Dolphins and San Life Stadium.


Jadeveon Clowney called out Clemson quarterback Tajh Boyd at SEC Media Day. Clowney says Boyd is scared every time Clemson plays South Carolina.





Tiger Woods signed a new deal with Nike.


Just all of sudden, Kings rookie Ben McLemore woke up at a Las Vegas Summer League game.


Rachel Jeantel called Lolo Jones a "hater," for comparing the 19-year-old friend of Trayvon Martin to Madea.


Speaking of Lolo, it looks like she won't face charges for allegedly punching a woman in the face during a bar fight last week.


Michelle Bachmann's financial dealings in her 2012 presidential campaign were being investigated by the independent Office of Congressional Ethics. Now the inquiry is being referred to the House Ethics Committee, which indicates something doesn't seem right somewhere.


The Nationals Science Academy will conduct its first study funded by an intelligence agency (CIA). Over 21 months, the NSA will look at how humans could use geoengineering to stop climate change.


Chris Rock will narrate Busta Rhymes next record Extinction Level Event II, a sequel to the 1998 album. Busta says he's still finishing up on it.



Mac Miller ScHoolboy Q and Ab-Soul perform "Gees" at Hammerstein Ballroom.


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