It Pains Me To Report LeBron James’ Most Celebrated Play Last Night Was Indeed A Rules Violation

The worst Cavaliers team of LeBron James’ career put the best-ever version of the Toronto Raptors out of their misery last night, 128-93. Over the course of four mostly embarrassing performances, the Raptors’ two best players — DeMar DeRozan and Kyle Lowry — combined for about the same production as LeBron alone. The East’s best regular-season team, title contenders seven days ago, are now on the brink of disintegration.

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Gennady Golovkin Crumpled Some Poor Schlub Just Like The Old Days

It had been more than two years since Gennady Golovkin walked toward an opponent and pummeled him until he lay in a whimpering, crumpled daze. After Triple G’s last two fights each went the distance, some feared the days of big drama show knockouts were behind him. Thanks to a few positive steroid tests from would-be foe Canelo Alvarez, we were treated to a vintage Golovkin “fight” where he spent more time walking to the ring than he did in it.

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Dispatching A Single Rookie To Impede LeBron James With The Game On The Line Is A Curious Strategy

Two days after the Raptors helplessly watched LeBron James float a dozen black hole grenades through their nets, one might expect Toronto to do everything in their power to prevent him from pulverizing their hearts in the final moments of Game 3. Instead, they left the entire task up to rookie OG Anunoby.

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Vince Carter Is Apparently The Sole Reason Canada Has Bottle Service

Sean Menard’s The Carter Effect is loaded with striking anecdotes about the lasting legacy of former Raptor Vince Carter in the city of Toronto. Carter’s high-flying, ferocious dunks inspired young artists, musicians, fashion designers, and a generation of Canadian basketball players. But the most notable takeaway might be that Vince is essentially responsible for introducing bottle service to Canadian nightlife.

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Loyalty To A Car Brand Is A Silly Reason To Put Your Life At Risk

A 30-second version of the above commercial has aired frequently over the last year or so. In it, a handsome Tom Hardy-type serves as a criminal informant and is rewarded with protection from the bad guys, including a new identity, a large home, and a luxury SUV. Tom Softly, having already performed his duties as a snitch, finds the “inconspicuous” SUV to be a sticking point in the deal and declines the generous offer. This is a preposterous reason to put your life at risk.

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Man Occasionally Talks To Himself About Sports And Life While Cutting His Own Hair, Deserves Slice Of Profits From LeBron James' Barbershop Web Series

Last year, LeBron James and Friends (regular dudes 2 Chainz and Draymond Green) sat in a New Orleans barbershop and talked about sports, business, and life. The bad words are muted but fellas (dudes-only post, sorry) the conversation was so intimate I found myself audibly interjecting with my own opinions.

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The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Can't Be Bothered To Induct Bluegrass Rock Icon Bruce Hornsby, Invites Non-Living Songs Into Their Little Club Instead

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame welcomed its latest class of stars last night, inducting The Cars, The Moody Blues, Bon Jovi, Dire Straits, Nina Simone and Sister Rosetta Tharpe — bands and artists you may recognize from the senior quotes portion of your parents' yearbooks.Conspicuously absent, once again, was Bruce Hornsby.

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"Definition of a Rim Bust" | Rim and AB

On this week's episode, Rim kind of apologizes for driving the Tiger Woods hype train, AB explains the latest Kardashian fuss, both the fellas talk about what they're watchin', and a new segment called "Remember That Time...?" where we talk about a funny moment from our youth. Plus, a special NBA Playoff Preview: Can our Cavs beat our Sixers? Well,,, stay tuned.

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