The #Chillin4Charity "Cold Water Challenge," started by Arizona women's basketball coach Niya Butts to raise money for the Kay Yow Cancer Fund, is so awesome we wish the Spurs' Patty Mills could introduce it for us.
With the game in the bag and the title all but locked up, the Spurs were able to start the celebration with plenty of time left on the clock. Things were nowhere near as fun for LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and the Heat.
Pretty much everything the Spurs threw up found its way into the basket on Tuesday, which sent the Miami "faithful" heading for the exits early. LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Erik Spoelstra just wish the media had joined the crowd.
The Internet sure had fun with LeBron's cramps and Duncan's ref face during a steamy Game 1 of the NBA Finals. As for us, how about that girl -- the defensive back -- who signed to play college football!
Off to the best start of her career, Danica Patrick still draws a crowd -- and not just at the track, as more and more young women are trying to become racers in her wake. But will they be given the chance?
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.
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.
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.