That and more in Tuesday's NBA newsletter. Good morning. Let's basketball. MARC GASOL IS BACK! It hasn't been in question for at least a week, but it's still nice to see Gasol agree to return to the Grizzlies.
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The man of skin, Mr. Skin, has been “fast-forwarding to the good parts” for 15 years now. To celebrate, he ordered a cake in the shape of Phoebe Cates, then ranked the 150 greatest nude scenes of all-time.
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To cap off a week in which she booked a gig on Brooklyn Nine-Nine (hopefully as Mona-Lisa Saperstein, forever connecting the BNN and Parks and Recreation universes), Jenny Slate appeared on last night’s
Stephen A. Smith went from being a loud, annoying sports personality on ESPN First Take to being a loud, annoying jackass, all in a matter of seconds. When he said that women shouldn’t “provoke wrong in
Apple will launch the 5.5-inch iPhone 6 several months after the 4.7-inch version to avoid competition between the two models, according to a new report from DigiTimes citing supply chain sources. The