Sometimes you need to have your faith in humanity restored. To wit, we have four other competitors helping a fallen runner complete the Boston Marathon. Of course, sometimes what you also need is an amazing playoff series like Grizzlies-Thunder...
Even the Portland police were OK with the way the Trail Blazers took Game 1 of their playoff series from the Rockets. Meanwhile, usually ornery Spurs coach Gregg Popovich had a very personal message for ailing sideline reporter Craig Sager.
Donald Young serves up the biscuits and Karl Malone gets grilled by Damian Lillard over burgers, and thanks to a new NCAA proposal, student-athletes may soon be able to partake without breaking the bank.
Chandler Parsons was bumped, Joakim Noah was bummed and the Milwaukee Bucks landed in the basement. But the other side of the Monday story was much brighter with the adorable Caleb Watson and Georges the cheery dog.
We're serious here. Bubba Watson's 2-year-old son made a memorable and adorable Masters appearance on Sunday, a teen UConn fan invited Shabazz Napier to prom and an Orioles' ballgirl made the catch of the day.
Geno Auriemma shed tears, Stefanie Dolson shouted out to the president and students hit the streets (again) following Connecticut's historic win over Notre Dame in the NCAA women's basketball championship game.
Shabazz Napier and UConn put an exclamation mark on the 2014 NCAA tournament, but Kentucky's James Young and Willie Cauley-Stein work their way into the conversation as well. And, there could be a different kind of sentence for rowdy Huskies fans.
When even Georgetown legend Allen Iverson is rooting for UConn, you know the Huskies' hoops bandwagon has gotten big as they attempt to sweep the men's and women's titles. Of course, they're kind of going crazy in Lexington, too...
Depressed about Golf Digest putting "celebrity" Paulina Gretzky on its cover rather than, you know, an actual professional golfer? Well, let these terrific videos of the college slam dunk contest and dancing Olympians cheer you up.
We've got some fun but expected moments today (LeBron embarrassing the Bucks, Ronda Rousey acting tough), but also some things you thought you might never see (pinstriped cowboy boots and, yes, the Wizards actually making the playoffs!).
The Spurs may have been characteristically blase after setting a club record with their 18th straight win, but if it's passion on the court you want, Notre Dame's injured Natalie Achonwa has you covered.