The Miami Heat celebrated their second straight championship in a parade that saw up to 400,000 people attend.
On the same day, Miami icon Dwyane Wade released a physical fitness app that offers customized training programs and videos for athletes. The app is priced at $3.99.
Detroit Lions wide receiver Nate Burleson sounds impressed with new acquisition Reggie Bush. Burleson told Sirius XM NFL Radio that watching Bush is like watching a live version of a Madden video game.
Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly says he's cancer-free and won't need radiation or chemotherapy after a surgical procedure to remove part of his jawbone.
Just a day before Wale is set to release his third studio album The Gifted, here's a feature The Washington Post wrote on the D.C. native.
U-God also announced plans for his fourth solo record Keynote Speaker, set to release July 23. The record is expected to feature Wu brothers Method Man, GZA and Inspectah Deck, as well as Kool Keith, Styles P and Elzh.
Something else to get excited about ...
Swizz Beats has a public service announcement for HIV testing:
Now, when this first hit the TSL email thread, I thought someone was joking. But na, man. George Zimmerman's defense team really opened up with a knock-knock joke, perhaps unaware there hasn't been a funny knock-knock joke told to date. Peep:
And how did his disclaimer on that it could be inappropriate not stop him from going through with the joke? That's an all-timer right there.
The Supreme Court is going to have another big week, but started with dumping the Affirmative Action case at the University of Texas back down to a lower court.
Edward Snowden is ducking and dodging the U.S. feds like something we haven't seen since Osama Bin Laden.
The new Samsung tablets drop July 7, but you can cop it Tuesday on the pre-order.
Mac Miller puts his beef with Donald Trump in perspective.