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Daily Dose: 7/15/16

Philando Castile was laid to rest in Minnesota

2:40 PMAll right, we’ve come to the end of a relatively whirlwind week in the ESPN world, and on Thursday I sat down with Israel Gutierrez and Amin Elhassan to talk about President Barack Obama’s town hall meeting Thursday in Washington, D.C. Tune in.

France is again in peril. On the day the country celebrated Bastille Day, someone decided to turn things dark. Extremely so. A guy took a truck and plowed through people reveling on the street in Nice, creating a grisly scene in which more than 80 people ended up dead. For a nation of its size, France has ended quite a few terrorist attacks in the past few months, and the UEFA Euro Championships had its fair amount of ups and downs as well this summer. It took a shootout with police to kill this particular assailant, who was ready to do more damage, ABC News reports.

Funerals are always difficult to watch. Yet, Philando Castile demise is something that because of the incredible bravery of Diamond Reynolds, we had the brutal opportunity to watch play out live on our mobile devices if we so chose. On Thursday, he was laid to rest in St. Paul, Minnesota. I will admit, these pictures and stories of black pain become very difficult to look at after a certain amount of time, but they are necessary because it reminds us of what life is and what it isn’t. ABC News’ Emily Shapiro reports.

The 30 for 30 Doc & Darryl is borderline depressing. Not because the movie is poorly done, but because the story is so utterly regrettable that revisiting it makes you want to scream and cry at the same time. Two of the best players in Major League Baseball were once on the same team that won a World Series but were both two young to even handle it. Dwight “Doc” Gooden and Darryl Strawberry threw their careers away to carousing, and both came out on the other side to talk about it. FiveThirtyEight’s Neil Paine breaks down that team, analytically.

Von Miller is about to be VERY paid. The man who tore his way through offensive lines all the way to a Super Bowl title with the Denver Broncos last season and never looked back has been locked in a negotiation battle with his team over his contract. And it appears, he might actually get the better of them. I love these stories of teams where a guy “just doesn’t do that” when it comes to paying certain types of players. Turns out your boy will end up getting $70 million guaranteed, according to Adam Schefter and Jeff Legwold. Wow.

Free Food

Coffee Break: We talk about police brutality a lot in these parts, mainly because it’s something close to us. But how we document and process it is a personal choice for each to make. You should check out this artist who’s recreating “popular” scenes of said instances, and putting them on canvases that look like folders. Very dope.

Snack Time: If you want to see a video of George W. Bush awkwardly getting way too enthusiastic at a memorial for those no longer with us, you can click here. I have no idea what to make of this other than that it’s weird.

Dessert: I wore a suit and sneakers on television today. Happy weekend, folks.

Wendy Williams apologizes

to Roland Martin and the public for her negative comments about HBCUs and the NAACP

2:40 PMAll right, we’ve come to the end of a relatively whirlwind week in the ESPN world, and on Thursday I sat down with Israel Gutierrez and Amin Elhassan to talk about President Barack Obama’s town hall meeting Thursday in Washington, D.C. Tune in.

France is again in peril. On the day the country celebrated Bastille Day, someone decided to turn things dark. Extremely so. A guy took a truck and plowed through people reveling on the street in Nice, creating a grisly scene in which more than 80 people ended up dead. For a nation of its size, France has ended quite a few terrorist attacks in the past few months, and the UEFA Euro Championships had its fair amount of ups and downs as well this summer. It took a shootout with police to kill this particular assailant, who was ready to do more damage, ABC News reports.

Funerals are always difficult to watch. Yet, Philando Castile demise is something that because of the incredible bravery of Diamond Reynolds, we had the brutal opportunity to watch play out live on our mobile devices if we so chose. On Thursday, he was laid to rest in St. Paul, Minnesota. I will admit, these pictures and stories of black pain become very difficult to look at after a certain amount of time, but they are necessary because it reminds us of what life is and what it isn’t. ABC News’ Emily Shapiro reports.

The 30 for 30 Doc & Darryl is borderline depressing. Not because the movie is poorly done, but because the story is so utterly regrettable that revisiting it makes you want to scream and cry at the same time. Two of the best players in Major League Baseball were once on the same team that won a World Series but were both two young to even handle it. Dwight “Doc” Gooden and Darryl Strawberry threw their careers away to carousing, and both came out on the other side to talk about it. FiveThirtyEight’s Neil Paine breaks down that team, analytically.

Von Miller is about to be VERY paid. The man who tore his way through offensive lines all the way to a Super Bowl title with the Denver Broncos last season and never looked back has been locked in a negotiation battle with his team over his contract. And it appears, he might actually get the better of them. I love these stories of teams where a guy “just doesn’t do that” when it comes to paying certain types of players. Turns out your boy will end up getting $70 million guaranteed, according to Adam Schefter and Jeff Legwold. Wow.

Free Food

Coffee Break: We talk about police brutality a lot in these parts, mainly because it’s something close to us. But how we document and process it is a personal choice for each to make. You should check out this artist who’s recreating “popular” scenes of said instances, and putting them on canvases that look like folders. Very dope.

Snack Time: If you want to see a video of George W. Bush awkwardly getting way too enthusiastic at a memorial for those no longer with us, you can click here. I have no idea what to make of this other than that it’s weird.

Dessert: I wore a suit and sneakers on television today. Happy weekend, folks.

Daily Dose: 7/14/16

Tim Scott, a U.S. senator, gets picked on by police, too

2:40 PMAll right, we’ve come to the end of a relatively whirlwind week in the ESPN world, and on Thursday I sat down with Israel Gutierrez and Amin Elhassan to talk about President Barack Obama’s town hall meeting Thursday in Washington, D.C. Tune in.

France is again in peril. On the day the country celebrated Bastille Day, someone decided to turn things dark. Extremely so. A guy took a truck and plowed through people reveling on the street in Nice, creating a grisly scene in which more than 80 people ended up dead. For a nation of its size, France has ended quite a few terrorist attacks in the past few months, and the UEFA Euro Championships had its fair amount of ups and downs as well this summer. It took a shootout with police to kill this particular assailant, who was ready to do more damage, ABC News reports.

Funerals are always difficult to watch. Yet, Philando Castile demise is something that because of the incredible bravery of Diamond Reynolds, we had the brutal opportunity to watch play out live on our mobile devices if we so chose. On Thursday, he was laid to rest in St. Paul, Minnesota. I will admit, these pictures and stories of black pain become very difficult to look at after a certain amount of time, but they are necessary because it reminds us of what life is and what it isn’t. ABC News’ Emily Shapiro reports.

The 30 for 30 Doc & Darryl is borderline depressing. Not because the movie is poorly done, but because the story is so utterly regrettable that revisiting it makes you want to scream and cry at the same time. Two of the best players in Major League Baseball were once on the same team that won a World Series but were both two young to even handle it. Dwight “Doc” Gooden and Darryl Strawberry threw their careers away to carousing, and both came out on the other side to talk about it. FiveThirtyEight’s Neil Paine breaks down that team, analytically.

Von Miller is about to be VERY paid. The man who tore his way through offensive lines all the way to a Super Bowl title with the Denver Broncos last season and never looked back has been locked in a negotiation battle with his team over his contract. And it appears, he might actually get the better of them. I love these stories of teams where a guy “just doesn’t do that” when it comes to paying certain types of players. Turns out your boy will end up getting $70 million guaranteed, according to Adam Schefter and Jeff Legwold. Wow.

Free Food

Coffee Break: We talk about police brutality a lot in these parts, mainly because it’s something close to us. But how we document and process it is a personal choice for each to make. You should check out this artist who’s recreating “popular” scenes of said instances, and putting them on canvases that look like folders. Very dope.

Snack Time: If you want to see a video of George W. Bush awkwardly getting way too enthusiastic at a memorial for those no longer with us, you can click here. I have no idea what to make of this other than that it’s weird.

Dessert: I wore a suit and sneakers on television today. Happy weekend, folks.

ESPYS

ESPYS opening number makes major statement

A more serious tone comes over the awards show in 2016

2:40 PMAll right, we’ve come to the end of a relatively whirlwind week in the ESPN world, and on Thursday I sat down with Israel Gutierrez and Amin Elhassan to talk about President Barack Obama’s town hall meeting Thursday in Washington, D.C. Tune in.

France is again in peril. On the day the country celebrated Bastille Day, someone decided to turn things dark. Extremely so. A guy took a truck and plowed through people reveling on the street in Nice, creating a grisly scene in which more than 80 people ended up dead. For a nation of its size, France has ended quite a few terrorist attacks in the past few months, and the UEFA Euro Championships had its fair amount of ups and downs as well this summer. It took a shootout with police to kill this particular assailant, who was ready to do more damage, ABC News reports.

Funerals are always difficult to watch. Yet, Philando Castile demise is something that because of the incredible bravery of Diamond Reynolds, we had the brutal opportunity to watch play out live on our mobile devices if we so chose. On Thursday, he was laid to rest in St. Paul, Minnesota. I will admit, these pictures and stories of black pain become very difficult to look at after a certain amount of time, but they are necessary because it reminds us of what life is and what it isn’t. ABC News’ Emily Shapiro reports.

The 30 for 30 Doc & Darryl is borderline depressing. Not because the movie is poorly done, but because the story is so utterly regrettable that revisiting it makes you want to scream and cry at the same time. Two of the best players in Major League Baseball were once on the same team that won a World Series but were both two young to even handle it. Dwight “Doc” Gooden and Darryl Strawberry threw their careers away to carousing, and both came out on the other side to talk about it. FiveThirtyEight’s Neil Paine breaks down that team, analytically.

Von Miller is about to be VERY paid. The man who tore his way through offensive lines all the way to a Super Bowl title with the Denver Broncos last season and never looked back has been locked in a negotiation battle with his team over his contract. And it appears, he might actually get the better of them. I love these stories of teams where a guy “just doesn’t do that” when it comes to paying certain types of players. Turns out your boy will end up getting $70 million guaranteed, according to Adam Schefter and Jeff Legwold. Wow.

Free Food

Coffee Break: We talk about police brutality a lot in these parts, mainly because it’s something close to us. But how we document and process it is a personal choice for each to make. You should check out this artist who’s recreating “popular” scenes of said instances, and putting them on canvases that look like folders. Very dope.

Snack Time: If you want to see a video of George W. Bush awkwardly getting way too enthusiastic at a memorial for those no longer with us, you can click here. I have no idea what to make of this other than that it’s weird.

Dessert: I wore a suit and sneakers on television today. Happy weekend, folks.

Stephen Curry’s basketball camps

Is he really deciding how much each camper pays?

2:40 PMAll right, we’ve come to the end of a relatively whirlwind week in the ESPN world, and on Thursday I sat down with Israel Gutierrez and Amin Elhassan to talk about President Barack Obama’s town hall meeting Thursday in Washington, D.C. Tune in.

France is again in peril. On the day the country celebrated Bastille Day, someone decided to turn things dark. Extremely so. A guy took a truck and plowed through people reveling on the street in Nice, creating a grisly scene in which more than 80 people ended up dead. For a nation of its size, France has ended quite a few terrorist attacks in the past few months, and the UEFA Euro Championships had its fair amount of ups and downs as well this summer. It took a shootout with police to kill this particular assailant, who was ready to do more damage, ABC News reports.

Funerals are always difficult to watch. Yet, Philando Castile demise is something that because of the incredible bravery of Diamond Reynolds, we had the brutal opportunity to watch play out live on our mobile devices if we so chose. On Thursday, he was laid to rest in St. Paul, Minnesota. I will admit, these pictures and stories of black pain become very difficult to look at after a certain amount of time, but they are necessary because it reminds us of what life is and what it isn’t. ABC News’ Emily Shapiro reports.

The 30 for 30 Doc & Darryl is borderline depressing. Not because the movie is poorly done, but because the story is so utterly regrettable that revisiting it makes you want to scream and cry at the same time. Two of the best players in Major League Baseball were once on the same team that won a World Series but were both two young to even handle it. Dwight “Doc” Gooden and Darryl Strawberry threw their careers away to carousing, and both came out on the other side to talk about it. FiveThirtyEight’s Neil Paine breaks down that team, analytically.

Von Miller is about to be VERY paid. The man who tore his way through offensive lines all the way to a Super Bowl title with the Denver Broncos last season and never looked back has been locked in a negotiation battle with his team over his contract. And it appears, he might actually get the better of them. I love these stories of teams where a guy “just doesn’t do that” when it comes to paying certain types of players. Turns out your boy will end up getting $70 million guaranteed, according to Adam Schefter and Jeff Legwold. Wow.

Free Food

Coffee Break: We talk about police brutality a lot in these parts, mainly because it’s something close to us. But how we document and process it is a personal choice for each to make. You should check out this artist who’s recreating “popular” scenes of said instances, and putting them on canvases that look like folders. Very dope.

Snack Time: If you want to see a video of George W. Bush awkwardly getting way too enthusiastic at a memorial for those no longer with us, you can click here. I have no idea what to make of this other than that it’s weird.

Dessert: I wore a suit and sneakers on television today. Happy weekend, folks.

Daily Dose: 7/13/16

Live from the ESPYS in Los Angeles … after Tuesday’s recap

2:40 PMAll right, we’ve come to the end of a relatively whirlwind week in the ESPN world, and on Thursday I sat down with Israel Gutierrez and Amin Elhassan to talk about President Barack Obama’s town hall meeting Thursday in Washington, D.C. Tune in.

France is again in peril. On the day the country celebrated Bastille Day, someone decided to turn things dark. Extremely so. A guy took a truck and plowed through people reveling on the street in Nice, creating a grisly scene in which more than 80 people ended up dead. For a nation of its size, France has ended quite a few terrorist attacks in the past few months, and the UEFA Euro Championships had its fair amount of ups and downs as well this summer. It took a shootout with police to kill this particular assailant, who was ready to do more damage, ABC News reports.

Funerals are always difficult to watch. Yet, Philando Castile demise is something that because of the incredible bravery of Diamond Reynolds, we had the brutal opportunity to watch play out live on our mobile devices if we so chose. On Thursday, he was laid to rest in St. Paul, Minnesota. I will admit, these pictures and stories of black pain become very difficult to look at after a certain amount of time, but they are necessary because it reminds us of what life is and what it isn’t. ABC News’ Emily Shapiro reports.

The 30 for 30 Doc & Darryl is borderline depressing. Not because the movie is poorly done, but because the story is so utterly regrettable that revisiting it makes you want to scream and cry at the same time. Two of the best players in Major League Baseball were once on the same team that won a World Series but were both two young to even handle it. Dwight “Doc” Gooden and Darryl Strawberry threw their careers away to carousing, and both came out on the other side to talk about it. FiveThirtyEight’s Neil Paine breaks down that team, analytically.

Von Miller is about to be VERY paid. The man who tore his way through offensive lines all the way to a Super Bowl title with the Denver Broncos last season and never looked back has been locked in a negotiation battle with his team over his contract. And it appears, he might actually get the better of them. I love these stories of teams where a guy “just doesn’t do that” when it comes to paying certain types of players. Turns out your boy will end up getting $70 million guaranteed, according to Adam Schefter and Jeff Legwold. Wow.

Free Food

Coffee Break: We talk about police brutality a lot in these parts, mainly because it’s something close to us. But how we document and process it is a personal choice for each to make. You should check out this artist who’s recreating “popular” scenes of said instances, and putting them on canvases that look like folders. Very dope.

Snack Time: If you want to see a video of George W. Bush awkwardly getting way too enthusiastic at a memorial for those no longer with us, you can click here. I have no idea what to make of this other than that it’s weird.

Dessert: I wore a suit and sneakers on television today. Happy weekend, folks.

Welcome to the ESPYS

Where Los Angeles stays the same, but the sports world brings its ‘A’ game

2:40 PMAll right, we’ve come to the end of a relatively whirlwind week in the ESPN world, and on Thursday I sat down with Israel Gutierrez and Amin Elhassan to talk about President Barack Obama’s town hall meeting Thursday in Washington, D.C. Tune in.

France is again in peril. On the day the country celebrated Bastille Day, someone decided to turn things dark. Extremely so. A guy took a truck and plowed through people reveling on the street in Nice, creating a grisly scene in which more than 80 people ended up dead. For a nation of its size, France has ended quite a few terrorist attacks in the past few months, and the UEFA Euro Championships had its fair amount of ups and downs as well this summer. It took a shootout with police to kill this particular assailant, who was ready to do more damage, ABC News reports.

Funerals are always difficult to watch. Yet, Philando Castile demise is something that because of the incredible bravery of Diamond Reynolds, we had the brutal opportunity to watch play out live on our mobile devices if we so chose. On Thursday, he was laid to rest in St. Paul, Minnesota. I will admit, these pictures and stories of black pain become very difficult to look at after a certain amount of time, but they are necessary because it reminds us of what life is and what it isn’t. ABC News’ Emily Shapiro reports.

The 30 for 30 Doc & Darryl is borderline depressing. Not because the movie is poorly done, but because the story is so utterly regrettable that revisiting it makes you want to scream and cry at the same time. Two of the best players in Major League Baseball were once on the same team that won a World Series but were both two young to even handle it. Dwight “Doc” Gooden and Darryl Strawberry threw their careers away to carousing, and both came out on the other side to talk about it. FiveThirtyEight’s Neil Paine breaks down that team, analytically.

Von Miller is about to be VERY paid. The man who tore his way through offensive lines all the way to a Super Bowl title with the Denver Broncos last season and never looked back has been locked in a negotiation battle with his team over his contract. And it appears, he might actually get the better of them. I love these stories of teams where a guy “just doesn’t do that” when it comes to paying certain types of players. Turns out your boy will end up getting $70 million guaranteed, according to Adam Schefter and Jeff Legwold. Wow.

Free Food

Coffee Break: We talk about police brutality a lot in these parts, mainly because it’s something close to us. But how we document and process it is a personal choice for each to make. You should check out this artist who’s recreating “popular” scenes of said instances, and putting them on canvases that look like folders. Very dope.

Snack Time: If you want to see a video of George W. Bush awkwardly getting way too enthusiastic at a memorial for those no longer with us, you can click here. I have no idea what to make of this other than that it’s weird.

Dessert: I wore a suit and sneakers on television today. Happy weekend, folks.

Rich Homie Quan had one job

… and he blew it

2:40 PMAll right, we’ve come to the end of a relatively whirlwind week in the ESPN world, and on Thursday I sat down with Israel Gutierrez and Amin Elhassan to talk about President Barack Obama’s town hall meeting Thursday in Washington, D.C. Tune in.

France is again in peril. On the day the country celebrated Bastille Day, someone decided to turn things dark. Extremely so. A guy took a truck and plowed through people reveling on the street in Nice, creating a grisly scene in which more than 80 people ended up dead. For a nation of its size, France has ended quite a few terrorist attacks in the past few months, and the UEFA Euro Championships had its fair amount of ups and downs as well this summer. It took a shootout with police to kill this particular assailant, who was ready to do more damage, ABC News reports.

Funerals are always difficult to watch. Yet, Philando Castile demise is something that because of the incredible bravery of Diamond Reynolds, we had the brutal opportunity to watch play out live on our mobile devices if we so chose. On Thursday, he was laid to rest in St. Paul, Minnesota. I will admit, these pictures and stories of black pain become very difficult to look at after a certain amount of time, but they are necessary because it reminds us of what life is and what it isn’t. ABC News’ Emily Shapiro reports.

The 30 for 30 Doc & Darryl is borderline depressing. Not because the movie is poorly done, but because the story is so utterly regrettable that revisiting it makes you want to scream and cry at the same time. Two of the best players in Major League Baseball were once on the same team that won a World Series but were both two young to even handle it. Dwight “Doc” Gooden and Darryl Strawberry threw their careers away to carousing, and both came out on the other side to talk about it. FiveThirtyEight’s Neil Paine breaks down that team, analytically.

Von Miller is about to be VERY paid. The man who tore his way through offensive lines all the way to a Super Bowl title with the Denver Broncos last season and never looked back has been locked in a negotiation battle with his team over his contract. And it appears, he might actually get the better of them. I love these stories of teams where a guy “just doesn’t do that” when it comes to paying certain types of players. Turns out your boy will end up getting $70 million guaranteed, according to Adam Schefter and Jeff Legwold. Wow.

Free Food

Coffee Break: We talk about police brutality a lot in these parts, mainly because it’s something close to us. But how we document and process it is a personal choice for each to make. You should check out this artist who’s recreating “popular” scenes of said instances, and putting them on canvases that look like folders. Very dope.

Snack Time: If you want to see a video of George W. Bush awkwardly getting way too enthusiastic at a memorial for those no longer with us, you can click here. I have no idea what to make of this other than that it’s weird.

Dessert: I wore a suit and sneakers on television today. Happy weekend, folks.

Daily Dose: 7/12/16

President Obama to speak at service today for five slain Dallas police officers

2:40 PMAll right, we’ve come to the end of a relatively whirlwind week in the ESPN world, and on Thursday I sat down with Israel Gutierrez and Amin Elhassan to talk about President Barack Obama’s town hall meeting Thursday in Washington, D.C. Tune in.

France is again in peril. On the day the country celebrated Bastille Day, someone decided to turn things dark. Extremely so. A guy took a truck and plowed through people reveling on the street in Nice, creating a grisly scene in which more than 80 people ended up dead. For a nation of its size, France has ended quite a few terrorist attacks in the past few months, and the UEFA Euro Championships had its fair amount of ups and downs as well this summer. It took a shootout with police to kill this particular assailant, who was ready to do more damage, ABC News reports.

Funerals are always difficult to watch. Yet, Philando Castile demise is something that because of the incredible bravery of Diamond Reynolds, we had the brutal opportunity to watch play out live on our mobile devices if we so chose. On Thursday, he was laid to rest in St. Paul, Minnesota. I will admit, these pictures and stories of black pain become very difficult to look at after a certain amount of time, but they are necessary because it reminds us of what life is and what it isn’t. ABC News’ Emily Shapiro reports.

The 30 for 30 Doc & Darryl is borderline depressing. Not because the movie is poorly done, but because the story is so utterly regrettable that revisiting it makes you want to scream and cry at the same time. Two of the best players in Major League Baseball were once on the same team that won a World Series but were both two young to even handle it. Dwight “Doc” Gooden and Darryl Strawberry threw their careers away to carousing, and both came out on the other side to talk about it. FiveThirtyEight’s Neil Paine breaks down that team, analytically.

Von Miller is about to be VERY paid. The man who tore his way through offensive lines all the way to a Super Bowl title with the Denver Broncos last season and never looked back has been locked in a negotiation battle with his team over his contract. And it appears, he might actually get the better of them. I love these stories of teams where a guy “just doesn’t do that” when it comes to paying certain types of players. Turns out your boy will end up getting $70 million guaranteed, according to Adam Schefter and Jeff Legwold. Wow.

Free Food

Coffee Break: We talk about police brutality a lot in these parts, mainly because it’s something close to us. But how we document and process it is a personal choice for each to make. You should check out this artist who’s recreating “popular” scenes of said instances, and putting them on canvases that look like folders. Very dope.

Snack Time: If you want to see a video of George W. Bush awkwardly getting way too enthusiastic at a memorial for those no longer with us, you can click here. I have no idea what to make of this other than that it’s weird.

Dessert: I wore a suit and sneakers on television today. Happy weekend, folks.

Draymond Green arrested in Michigan

The 26-year-old NBA forward was released on bond after an altercation at a restaurant

2:40 PMAll right, we’ve come to the end of a relatively whirlwind week in the ESPN world, and on Thursday I sat down with Israel Gutierrez and Amin Elhassan to talk about President Barack Obama’s town hall meeting Thursday in Washington, D.C. Tune in.

France is again in peril. On the day the country celebrated Bastille Day, someone decided to turn things dark. Extremely so. A guy took a truck and plowed through people reveling on the street in Nice, creating a grisly scene in which more than 80 people ended up dead. For a nation of its size, France has ended quite a few terrorist attacks in the past few months, and the UEFA Euro Championships had its fair amount of ups and downs as well this summer. It took a shootout with police to kill this particular assailant, who was ready to do more damage, ABC News reports.

Funerals are always difficult to watch. Yet, Philando Castile demise is something that because of the incredible bravery of Diamond Reynolds, we had the brutal opportunity to watch play out live on our mobile devices if we so chose. On Thursday, he was laid to rest in St. Paul, Minnesota. I will admit, these pictures and stories of black pain become very difficult to look at after a certain amount of time, but they are necessary because it reminds us of what life is and what it isn’t. ABC News’ Emily Shapiro reports.

The 30 for 30 Doc & Darryl is borderline depressing. Not because the movie is poorly done, but because the story is so utterly regrettable that revisiting it makes you want to scream and cry at the same time. Two of the best players in Major League Baseball were once on the same team that won a World Series but were both two young to even handle it. Dwight “Doc” Gooden and Darryl Strawberry threw their careers away to carousing, and both came out on the other side to talk about it. FiveThirtyEight’s Neil Paine breaks down that team, analytically.

Von Miller is about to be VERY paid. The man who tore his way through offensive lines all the way to a Super Bowl title with the Denver Broncos last season and never looked back has been locked in a negotiation battle with his team over his contract. And it appears, he might actually get the better of them. I love these stories of teams where a guy “just doesn’t do that” when it comes to paying certain types of players. Turns out your boy will end up getting $70 million guaranteed, according to Adam Schefter and Jeff Legwold. Wow.

Free Food

Coffee Break: We talk about police brutality a lot in these parts, mainly because it’s something close to us. But how we document and process it is a personal choice for each to make. You should check out this artist who’s recreating “popular” scenes of said instances, and putting them on canvases that look like folders. Very dope.

Snack Time: If you want to see a video of George W. Bush awkwardly getting way too enthusiastic at a memorial for those no longer with us, you can click here. I have no idea what to make of this other than that it’s weird.

Dessert: I wore a suit and sneakers on television today. Happy weekend, folks.

WNBA teams pay tribute to tragedies

But some teams took a different approach than others

2:40 PMAll right, we’ve come to the end of a relatively whirlwind week in the ESPN world, and on Thursday I sat down with Israel Gutierrez and Amin Elhassan to talk about President Barack Obama’s town hall meeting Thursday in Washington, D.C. Tune in.

France is again in peril. On the day the country celebrated Bastille Day, someone decided to turn things dark. Extremely so. A guy took a truck and plowed through people reveling on the street in Nice, creating a grisly scene in which more than 80 people ended up dead. For a nation of its size, France has ended quite a few terrorist attacks in the past few months, and the UEFA Euro Championships had its fair amount of ups and downs as well this summer. It took a shootout with police to kill this particular assailant, who was ready to do more damage, ABC News reports.

Funerals are always difficult to watch. Yet, Philando Castile demise is something that because of the incredible bravery of Diamond Reynolds, we had the brutal opportunity to watch play out live on our mobile devices if we so chose. On Thursday, he was laid to rest in St. Paul, Minnesota. I will admit, these pictures and stories of black pain become very difficult to look at after a certain amount of time, but they are necessary because it reminds us of what life is and what it isn’t. ABC News’ Emily Shapiro reports.

The 30 for 30 Doc & Darryl is borderline depressing. Not because the movie is poorly done, but because the story is so utterly regrettable that revisiting it makes you want to scream and cry at the same time. Two of the best players in Major League Baseball were once on the same team that won a World Series but were both two young to even handle it. Dwight “Doc” Gooden and Darryl Strawberry threw their careers away to carousing, and both came out on the other side to talk about it. FiveThirtyEight’s Neil Paine breaks down that team, analytically.

Von Miller is about to be VERY paid. The man who tore his way through offensive lines all the way to a Super Bowl title with the Denver Broncos last season and never looked back has been locked in a negotiation battle with his team over his contract. And it appears, he might actually get the better of them. I love these stories of teams where a guy “just doesn’t do that” when it comes to paying certain types of players. Turns out your boy will end up getting $70 million guaranteed, according to Adam Schefter and Jeff Legwold. Wow.

Free Food

Coffee Break: We talk about police brutality a lot in these parts, mainly because it’s something close to us. But how we document and process it is a personal choice for each to make. You should check out this artist who’s recreating “popular” scenes of said instances, and putting them on canvases that look like folders. Very dope.

Snack Time: If you want to see a video of George W. Bush awkwardly getting way too enthusiastic at a memorial for those no longer with us, you can click here. I have no idea what to make of this other than that it’s weird.

Dessert: I wore a suit and sneakers on television today. Happy weekend, folks.

UEFA’s Euro 2016 final was blacker than ever

Which is no surprise, considering who hosted it

2:40 PMAll right, we’ve come to the end of a relatively whirlwind week in the ESPN world, and on Thursday I sat down with Israel Gutierrez and Amin Elhassan to talk about President Barack Obama’s town hall meeting Thursday in Washington, D.C. Tune in.

France is again in peril. On the day the country celebrated Bastille Day, someone decided to turn things dark. Extremely so. A guy took a truck and plowed through people reveling on the street in Nice, creating a grisly scene in which more than 80 people ended up dead. For a nation of its size, France has ended quite a few terrorist attacks in the past few months, and the UEFA Euro Championships had its fair amount of ups and downs as well this summer. It took a shootout with police to kill this particular assailant, who was ready to do more damage, ABC News reports.

Funerals are always difficult to watch. Yet, Philando Castile demise is something that because of the incredible bravery of Diamond Reynolds, we had the brutal opportunity to watch play out live on our mobile devices if we so chose. On Thursday, he was laid to rest in St. Paul, Minnesota. I will admit, these pictures and stories of black pain become very difficult to look at after a certain amount of time, but they are necessary because it reminds us of what life is and what it isn’t. ABC News’ Emily Shapiro reports.

The 30 for 30 Doc & Darryl is borderline depressing. Not because the movie is poorly done, but because the story is so utterly regrettable that revisiting it makes you want to scream and cry at the same time. Two of the best players in Major League Baseball were once on the same team that won a World Series but were both two young to even handle it. Dwight “Doc” Gooden and Darryl Strawberry threw their careers away to carousing, and both came out on the other side to talk about it. FiveThirtyEight’s Neil Paine breaks down that team, analytically.

Von Miller is about to be VERY paid. The man who tore his way through offensive lines all the way to a Super Bowl title with the Denver Broncos last season and never looked back has been locked in a negotiation battle with his team over his contract. And it appears, he might actually get the better of them. I love these stories of teams where a guy “just doesn’t do that” when it comes to paying certain types of players. Turns out your boy will end up getting $70 million guaranteed, according to Adam Schefter and Jeff Legwold. Wow.

Free Food

Coffee Break: We talk about police brutality a lot in these parts, mainly because it’s something close to us. But how we document and process it is a personal choice for each to make. You should check out this artist who’s recreating “popular” scenes of said instances, and putting them on canvases that look like folders. Very dope.

Snack Time: If you want to see a video of George W. Bush awkwardly getting way too enthusiastic at a memorial for those no longer with us, you can click here. I have no idea what to make of this other than that it’s weird.

Dessert: I wore a suit and sneakers on television today. Happy weekend, folks.

Daily Dose: 7/11/16

Protests continue throughout the weekend

2:40 PMAll right, we’ve come to the end of a relatively whirlwind week in the ESPN world, and on Thursday I sat down with Israel Gutierrez and Amin Elhassan to talk about President Barack Obama’s town hall meeting Thursday in Washington, D.C. Tune in.

France is again in peril. On the day the country celebrated Bastille Day, someone decided to turn things dark. Extremely so. A guy took a truck and plowed through people reveling on the street in Nice, creating a grisly scene in which more than 80 people ended up dead. For a nation of its size, France has ended quite a few terrorist attacks in the past few months, and the UEFA Euro Championships had its fair amount of ups and downs as well this summer. It took a shootout with police to kill this particular assailant, who was ready to do more damage, ABC News reports.

Funerals are always difficult to watch. Yet, Philando Castile demise is something that because of the incredible bravery of Diamond Reynolds, we had the brutal opportunity to watch play out live on our mobile devices if we so chose. On Thursday, he was laid to rest in St. Paul, Minnesota. I will admit, these pictures and stories of black pain become very difficult to look at after a certain amount of time, but they are necessary because it reminds us of what life is and what it isn’t. ABC News’ Emily Shapiro reports.

The 30 for 30 Doc & Darryl is borderline depressing. Not because the movie is poorly done, but because the story is so utterly regrettable that revisiting it makes you want to scream and cry at the same time. Two of the best players in Major League Baseball were once on the same team that won a World Series but were both two young to even handle it. Dwight “Doc” Gooden and Darryl Strawberry threw their careers away to carousing, and both came out on the other side to talk about it. FiveThirtyEight’s Neil Paine breaks down that team, analytically.

Von Miller is about to be VERY paid. The man who tore his way through offensive lines all the way to a Super Bowl title with the Denver Broncos last season and never looked back has been locked in a negotiation battle with his team over his contract. And it appears, he might actually get the better of them. I love these stories of teams where a guy “just doesn’t do that” when it comes to paying certain types of players. Turns out your boy will end up getting $70 million guaranteed, according to Adam Schefter and Jeff Legwold. Wow.

Free Food

Coffee Break: We talk about police brutality a lot in these parts, mainly because it’s something close to us. But how we document and process it is a personal choice for each to make. You should check out this artist who’s recreating “popular” scenes of said instances, and putting them on canvases that look like folders. Very dope.

Snack Time: If you want to see a video of George W. Bush awkwardly getting way too enthusiastic at a memorial for those no longer with us, you can click here. I have no idea what to make of this other than that it’s weird.

Dessert: I wore a suit and sneakers on television today. Happy weekend, folks.

Alton Sterling

gets a tribute mural in the parking lot where he died

2:40 PMAll right, we’ve come to the end of a relatively whirlwind week in the ESPN world, and on Thursday I sat down with Israel Gutierrez and Amin Elhassan to talk about President Barack Obama’s town hall meeting Thursday in Washington, D.C. Tune in.

France is again in peril. On the day the country celebrated Bastille Day, someone decided to turn things dark. Extremely so. A guy took a truck and plowed through people reveling on the street in Nice, creating a grisly scene in which more than 80 people ended up dead. For a nation of its size, France has ended quite a few terrorist attacks in the past few months, and the UEFA Euro Championships had its fair amount of ups and downs as well this summer. It took a shootout with police to kill this particular assailant, who was ready to do more damage, ABC News reports.

Funerals are always difficult to watch. Yet, Philando Castile demise is something that because of the incredible bravery of Diamond Reynolds, we had the brutal opportunity to watch play out live on our mobile devices if we so chose. On Thursday, he was laid to rest in St. Paul, Minnesota. I will admit, these pictures and stories of black pain become very difficult to look at after a certain amount of time, but they are necessary because it reminds us of what life is and what it isn’t. ABC News’ Emily Shapiro reports.

The 30 for 30 Doc & Darryl is borderline depressing. Not because the movie is poorly done, but because the story is so utterly regrettable that revisiting it makes you want to scream and cry at the same time. Two of the best players in Major League Baseball were once on the same team that won a World Series but were both two young to even handle it. Dwight “Doc” Gooden and Darryl Strawberry threw their careers away to carousing, and both came out on the other side to talk about it. FiveThirtyEight’s Neil Paine breaks down that team, analytically.

Von Miller is about to be VERY paid. The man who tore his way through offensive lines all the way to a Super Bowl title with the Denver Broncos last season and never looked back has been locked in a negotiation battle with his team over his contract. And it appears, he might actually get the better of them. I love these stories of teams where a guy “just doesn’t do that” when it comes to paying certain types of players. Turns out your boy will end up getting $70 million guaranteed, according to Adam Schefter and Jeff Legwold. Wow.

Free Food

Coffee Break: We talk about police brutality a lot in these parts, mainly because it’s something close to us. But how we document and process it is a personal choice for each to make. You should check out this artist who’s recreating “popular” scenes of said instances, and putting them on canvases that look like folders. Very dope.

Snack Time: If you want to see a video of George W. Bush awkwardly getting way too enthusiastic at a memorial for those no longer with us, you can click here. I have no idea what to make of this other than that it’s weird.

Dessert: I wore a suit and sneakers on television today. Happy weekend, folks.