LeBron James and Paul George went head-to-head in Game 1, but after PG forced overtime with a ridiculous three, LeBron answered with a game-winning layup in OT to put the Heat up 1-0 in the series.
Carmelo Anthony has a torn labrum in his shoulder and may need surgery. The injury bothered him for most of the playoffs, and may have been a factor in his woeful shooting percentage. Again, it may have. Because, you know, it's Carmelo.
Mike D'Antoni will not return as an assistant for Team USA.
Terry Francona expects an emotional return to Boston today as his Indians take on the Red Sox.
The Seattle Mariners dropped their sixth game in a row. Could changes be coming?
Jose Canseco was accused of rape. He doesn't appear to be too concerned.
Michael Crabtree had surgery on his torn Achilles and will be out for six months.
Rex Ryan calls Mark Sanchez's interceptions "unacceptable."
Newest member of TSL Bomani Jones (catch his debut column here) talks about fried chicken.
Biggie's daughter, T'yanna, has started a fashion line called Notoriouss.
Action Bronson, Logic, Dizzy Wright and Travi$ Scott freestyle on RapFix.
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The Wu-Tang album doesn't have a release date, but it already looks like it's going to be delayed, as Ghostface Killah doesn't want to drop it until it's right.
Pusha T discusses his upcoming album and the state of hip-hop, and says My Name Is My Name is Pusha T in his rawest form.
Talib Kweli hits The Backroom.
Joey Bada$$ performed a new song in New York and announces he'll have an EP on June 12, Summer Knights.
DID YOU REALIZE?
Women were secretly videotaped, doing things like showering, by a sergeant in the military, in the latest sexual abuse scandal to come to light.
Boston bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev took part in a triple homicide in 2011.
The teen pregnancy rate has gone down 25 percent over the last five years. Teen Mom must have been an effective deterrent.
The US confirms that four Americans have been killed by drone strikes. President Obama will address drone strikes as well as Guantanamo Bay in a national security speech today.
The FDA plans to investigate safe levels of caffeine, which is now being added to food, gum and other drinks. On a related note, did you know 20,000 people needed emergency services in 2011 after drinking the energy drinks that the energy drink industry claims to be totally safe?
John Boehner thinks the IRS has something to hide. In the wake of the scandal, The Atlantic asks whether it's too difficult to get rid of misbehaving bureaucrats.
The Czech police are searching for an American man accused of killing four.
Long waits for green cards may be coming to an end for those educated in the US. Here are five things to know about the immigration bill.
EVERYTHING I AM
In China, hacking has become a culturally accepted phenomenon, openly discussed at trade shows. Companies vowing for government contracts boast, “We can physically locate anyone who spreads a rumor on the Internet,” said a salesman whose company’s services include monitoring online postings and pinpointing who has been saying what about whom.
Per the NYTimes:
The culture of hacking in China is not confined to top-secret military compounds where hackers carry out orders to pilfer data from foreign governments and corporations. Hacking thrives across official, corporate and criminal worlds. Whether it is used to break into private networks, track online dissent back to its source or steal trade secrets, hacking is openly discussed and even promoted at trade shows, inside university classrooms and on Internet forums.
GOTTA HAVE IT
Black Hippy release a quick promo for their tour followed by a remix of "U.O.E.N.O." which starts at the 1:18 mark.