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Daily Dose: 8/19/16

Frank Ocean releases a visual album … or something

12:00 PMMy n—- Larry Wilmore did his final The Nightly Show on Thursday night, and Jon Stewart made an appearance. When Wilmore comes back, in whatever form it is, best believe it’s going to be one of the best things you’ve ever seen.

You know what’s embarrassing? When athletes from our country go abroad, do hugely stupid things, lie about it, then act like it never happened. You know what’s even more shameful, when we give people a pass for being wack as all get out, under the guise of “boys will be boys” (or insert whatever stupid piece of phraseology you want here) because we don’t want to face the fact that we coddle our athletes to the point of problems. Whatever, but there’s nothing cool about any of this. ABC News reports on the latest swimmers who made it back from Brazil.

Frank Ocean is no longer a friend of mine. His antics, lack of ability to deliver in a manner that works and the whole deal: I’m over it. A 45-minute visual album? Are you serious, fam? I understand, you gotta be next level or whatever, but this is not going to work for me. Nobody wants to watch you walk around a warehouse for nearly an hour. THE STREETS ARE OFFENDED BUT WE STILL LOVE YOU, FRANKLIN. Anyway, if you wanna know what’s going on with his video game, click here.

Let me tell you a story. When I was 12 years old, I went to Holland for the first time. I was visiting family friends outside of Amsterdam. They went to school, so for the first and only time in my life, I had to wear a uniform and, like, actually go to school with him for a couple of days. On the last day, there was a field trip to a swim meet. It was the strangest thing in the world, watching a high school swim meet at a British school in the Netherlands. Super fun, everyone was into it. Anyway, here’s VICE Sports asking Olympian Nathan Adrian nothing about swimming.

We need to talk about Bob Griffin (Robert Griffin III). I’ve spent an inordinate amount of time dealing with this dude over the past couple of years due to the nature of where I was born and where I worked. Now, he’s out here’s gooning hard. He divorced his wife, got a new girl. And he tattooed her name on his arm. Mind you, fam has a baby with ol’ girl, not to mention he was once soliciting wedding presents online from fans. All that aside, the Cleveland Browns played Thursday night, and he threw a pretty nice touchdown pass to Terrelle Pryor. Good for them both.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Next week, we’ll be in Chicago. The Undefeated will be holding a town hall to have a discussion about athletes, gun violence and responsibility. I’ll be there. His & Hers co-host Jemele Hill is hosting, which is more important. But, it is an important project, so if you care, be sure to tune in on Thursday, Aug. 25, at 9:30 p.m. EST.

Snack Time: Mass Appeal’s Rhythm Roulette is one of my favorite things in the world. They take producers, pick random records and have them make beats. It’s genuinely awesome. Here’s one of the best episodes of it I’ve ever seen.

Dessert: If I go to your house and your vinyl is arranged by cover color, I will fall in love. Instantly.

Locker Room Lawyer

Locker Room Lawyer, Episode 5: NFL PED accusations

Should these four players comply with the league or stay quiet and risk suspension?

3:36 PMIn Wednesday’s edition of Locker Room Lawyer, Clinton Yates and Domonique Foxworth take the case of NFL players James Harrison, Clay Matthews, Julius Peppers and Mike Neal to The Undefeated courtroom.

In December 2015, Al-Jazeera America released a report titled The Dark Side: Secrets of the Sports Dopers, in which an Indiana pharmacist named Charlie Sly accused five NFL players — Harrison, Clay Matthews, Peppers, Neal and Peyton Manning — of using performance-enhancing drugs (PEDs). After the report was released, the NFL Players Association (NFLPA) came to the defense of the players and Sly has since recanted his statements.

But now, as the 2016 NFL season approaches, the league has called for the four active accused players (Manning is now retired) to cooperate with an investigation into the Al Jazeera report. If they don’t, the players will face discipline from the league, including suspension.

Domonique, who played in the league for seven seasons and then served as the president of the NFLPA, elected to take the case of the four players under investigation, stating that they have no obligation to cooperate by speaking up on the matter.

Heading into Wednesday, the Locker Room Lawyer has not lost a case. Can he continue his dominating streak in a case right up his alley of expertise?

Check out the video, and if you have any professional athlete in mind (past or present) who needs the Locker Room Lawyer’s representation, feel free to email us at allday@theundefeated.com with episode ideas. Also, check out our weekly All Day Podcast.

Carmelo Anthony is enjoying himself in Rio

while continuing his humanitarian tour

12:00 PMMy n—- Larry Wilmore did his final The Nightly Show on Thursday night, and Jon Stewart made an appearance. When Wilmore comes back, in whatever form it is, best believe it’s going to be one of the best things you’ve ever seen.

You know what’s embarrassing? When athletes from our country go abroad, do hugely stupid things, lie about it, then act like it never happened. You know what’s even more shameful, when we give people a pass for being wack as all get out, under the guise of “boys will be boys” (or insert whatever stupid piece of phraseology you want here) because we don’t want to face the fact that we coddle our athletes to the point of problems. Whatever, but there’s nothing cool about any of this. ABC News reports on the latest swimmers who made it back from Brazil.

Frank Ocean is no longer a friend of mine. His antics, lack of ability to deliver in a manner that works and the whole deal: I’m over it. A 45-minute visual album? Are you serious, fam? I understand, you gotta be next level or whatever, but this is not going to work for me. Nobody wants to watch you walk around a warehouse for nearly an hour. THE STREETS ARE OFFENDED BUT WE STILL LOVE YOU, FRANKLIN. Anyway, if you wanna know what’s going on with his video game, click here.

Let me tell you a story. When I was 12 years old, I went to Holland for the first time. I was visiting family friends outside of Amsterdam. They went to school, so for the first and only time in my life, I had to wear a uniform and, like, actually go to school with him for a couple of days. On the last day, there was a field trip to a swim meet. It was the strangest thing in the world, watching a high school swim meet at a British school in the Netherlands. Super fun, everyone was into it. Anyway, here’s VICE Sports asking Olympian Nathan Adrian nothing about swimming.

We need to talk about Bob Griffin (Robert Griffin III). I’ve spent an inordinate amount of time dealing with this dude over the past couple of years due to the nature of where I was born and where I worked. Now, he’s out here’s gooning hard. He divorced his wife, got a new girl. And he tattooed her name on his arm. Mind you, fam has a baby with ol’ girl, not to mention he was once soliciting wedding presents online from fans. All that aside, the Cleveland Browns played Thursday night, and he threw a pretty nice touchdown pass to Terrelle Pryor. Good for them both.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Next week, we’ll be in Chicago. The Undefeated will be holding a town hall to have a discussion about athletes, gun violence and responsibility. I’ll be there. His & Hers co-host Jemele Hill is hosting, which is more important. But, it is an important project, so if you care, be sure to tune in on Thursday, Aug. 25, at 9:30 p.m. EST.

Snack Time: Mass Appeal’s Rhythm Roulette is one of my favorite things in the world. They take producers, pick random records and have them make beats. It’s genuinely awesome. Here’s one of the best episodes of it I’ve ever seen.

Dessert: If I go to your house and your vinyl is arranged by cover color, I will fall in love. Instantly.

Daily Dose: 8/17/16

Donald Trump tells a room full of white people about what black people should do

12:00 PMMy n—- Larry Wilmore did his final The Nightly Show on Thursday night, and Jon Stewart made an appearance. When Wilmore comes back, in whatever form it is, best believe it’s going to be one of the best things you’ve ever seen.

You know what’s embarrassing? When athletes from our country go abroad, do hugely stupid things, lie about it, then act like it never happened. You know what’s even more shameful, when we give people a pass for being wack as all get out, under the guise of “boys will be boys” (or insert whatever stupid piece of phraseology you want here) because we don’t want to face the fact that we coddle our athletes to the point of problems. Whatever, but there’s nothing cool about any of this. ABC News reports on the latest swimmers who made it back from Brazil.

Frank Ocean is no longer a friend of mine. His antics, lack of ability to deliver in a manner that works and the whole deal: I’m over it. A 45-minute visual album? Are you serious, fam? I understand, you gotta be next level or whatever, but this is not going to work for me. Nobody wants to watch you walk around a warehouse for nearly an hour. THE STREETS ARE OFFENDED BUT WE STILL LOVE YOU, FRANKLIN. Anyway, if you wanna know what’s going on with his video game, click here.

Let me tell you a story. When I was 12 years old, I went to Holland for the first time. I was visiting family friends outside of Amsterdam. They went to school, so for the first and only time in my life, I had to wear a uniform and, like, actually go to school with him for a couple of days. On the last day, there was a field trip to a swim meet. It was the strangest thing in the world, watching a high school swim meet at a British school in the Netherlands. Super fun, everyone was into it. Anyway, here’s VICE Sports asking Olympian Nathan Adrian nothing about swimming.

We need to talk about Bob Griffin (Robert Griffin III). I’ve spent an inordinate amount of time dealing with this dude over the past couple of years due to the nature of where I was born and where I worked. Now, he’s out here’s gooning hard. He divorced his wife, got a new girl. And he tattooed her name on his arm. Mind you, fam has a baby with ol’ girl, not to mention he was once soliciting wedding presents online from fans. All that aside, the Cleveland Browns played Thursday night, and he threw a pretty nice touchdown pass to Terrelle Pryor. Good for them both.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Next week, we’ll be in Chicago. The Undefeated will be holding a town hall to have a discussion about athletes, gun violence and responsibility. I’ll be there. His & Hers co-host Jemele Hill is hosting, which is more important. But, it is an important project, so if you care, be sure to tune in on Thursday, Aug. 25, at 9:30 p.m. EST.

Snack Time: Mass Appeal’s Rhythm Roulette is one of my favorite things in the world. They take producers, pick random records and have them make beats. It’s genuinely awesome. Here’s one of the best episodes of it I’ve ever seen.

Dessert: If I go to your house and your vinyl is arranged by cover color, I will fall in love. Instantly.

All Day Podcast: 8/16/16

Black hair at the Olympics, Larry Wilmore’s show canceled and jarring Nate Parker news

12:00 PMMy n—- Larry Wilmore did his final The Nightly Show on Thursday night, and Jon Stewart made an appearance. When Wilmore comes back, in whatever form it is, best believe it’s going to be one of the best things you’ve ever seen.

You know what’s embarrassing? When athletes from our country go abroad, do hugely stupid things, lie about it, then act like it never happened. You know what’s even more shameful, when we give people a pass for being wack as all get out, under the guise of “boys will be boys” (or insert whatever stupid piece of phraseology you want here) because we don’t want to face the fact that we coddle our athletes to the point of problems. Whatever, but there’s nothing cool about any of this. ABC News reports on the latest swimmers who made it back from Brazil.

Frank Ocean is no longer a friend of mine. His antics, lack of ability to deliver in a manner that works and the whole deal: I’m over it. A 45-minute visual album? Are you serious, fam? I understand, you gotta be next level or whatever, but this is not going to work for me. Nobody wants to watch you walk around a warehouse for nearly an hour. THE STREETS ARE OFFENDED BUT WE STILL LOVE YOU, FRANKLIN. Anyway, if you wanna know what’s going on with his video game, click here.

Let me tell you a story. When I was 12 years old, I went to Holland for the first time. I was visiting family friends outside of Amsterdam. They went to school, so for the first and only time in my life, I had to wear a uniform and, like, actually go to school with him for a couple of days. On the last day, there was a field trip to a swim meet. It was the strangest thing in the world, watching a high school swim meet at a British school in the Netherlands. Super fun, everyone was into it. Anyway, here’s VICE Sports asking Olympian Nathan Adrian nothing about swimming.

We need to talk about Bob Griffin (Robert Griffin III). I’ve spent an inordinate amount of time dealing with this dude over the past couple of years due to the nature of where I was born and where I worked. Now, he’s out here’s gooning hard. He divorced his wife, got a new girl. And he tattooed her name on his arm. Mind you, fam has a baby with ol’ girl, not to mention he was once soliciting wedding presents online from fans. All that aside, the Cleveland Browns played Thursday night, and he threw a pretty nice touchdown pass to Terrelle Pryor. Good for them both.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Next week, we’ll be in Chicago. The Undefeated will be holding a town hall to have a discussion about athletes, gun violence and responsibility. I’ll be there. His & Hers co-host Jemele Hill is hosting, which is more important. But, it is an important project, so if you care, be sure to tune in on Thursday, Aug. 25, at 9:30 p.m. EST.

Snack Time: Mass Appeal’s Rhythm Roulette is one of my favorite things in the world. They take producers, pick random records and have them make beats. It’s genuinely awesome. Here’s one of the best episodes of it I’ve ever seen.

Dessert: If I go to your house and your vinyl is arranged by cover color, I will fall in love. Instantly.

The NFL’s new security chief

comes straight from the nation’s capital

12:00 PMMy n—- Larry Wilmore did his final The Nightly Show on Thursday night, and Jon Stewart made an appearance. When Wilmore comes back, in whatever form it is, best believe it’s going to be one of the best things you’ve ever seen.

You know what’s embarrassing? When athletes from our country go abroad, do hugely stupid things, lie about it, then act like it never happened. You know what’s even more shameful, when we give people a pass for being wack as all get out, under the guise of “boys will be boys” (or insert whatever stupid piece of phraseology you want here) because we don’t want to face the fact that we coddle our athletes to the point of problems. Whatever, but there’s nothing cool about any of this. ABC News reports on the latest swimmers who made it back from Brazil.

Frank Ocean is no longer a friend of mine. His antics, lack of ability to deliver in a manner that works and the whole deal: I’m over it. A 45-minute visual album? Are you serious, fam? I understand, you gotta be next level or whatever, but this is not going to work for me. Nobody wants to watch you walk around a warehouse for nearly an hour. THE STREETS ARE OFFENDED BUT WE STILL LOVE YOU, FRANKLIN. Anyway, if you wanna know what’s going on with his video game, click here.

Let me tell you a story. When I was 12 years old, I went to Holland for the first time. I was visiting family friends outside of Amsterdam. They went to school, so for the first and only time in my life, I had to wear a uniform and, like, actually go to school with him for a couple of days. On the last day, there was a field trip to a swim meet. It was the strangest thing in the world, watching a high school swim meet at a British school in the Netherlands. Super fun, everyone was into it. Anyway, here’s VICE Sports asking Olympian Nathan Adrian nothing about swimming.

We need to talk about Bob Griffin (Robert Griffin III). I’ve spent an inordinate amount of time dealing with this dude over the past couple of years due to the nature of where I was born and where I worked. Now, he’s out here’s gooning hard. He divorced his wife, got a new girl. And he tattooed her name on his arm. Mind you, fam has a baby with ol’ girl, not to mention he was once soliciting wedding presents online from fans. All that aside, the Cleveland Browns played Thursday night, and he threw a pretty nice touchdown pass to Terrelle Pryor. Good for them both.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Next week, we’ll be in Chicago. The Undefeated will be holding a town hall to have a discussion about athletes, gun violence and responsibility. I’ll be there. His & Hers co-host Jemele Hill is hosting, which is more important. But, it is an important project, so if you care, be sure to tune in on Thursday, Aug. 25, at 9:30 p.m. EST.

Snack Time: Mass Appeal’s Rhythm Roulette is one of my favorite things in the world. They take producers, pick random records and have them make beats. It’s genuinely awesome. Here’s one of the best episodes of it I’ve ever seen.

Dessert: If I go to your house and your vinyl is arranged by cover color, I will fall in love. Instantly.

Daily Dose: 8/16/16

Blac Chyna is officially ready to take over

12:00 PMMy n—- Larry Wilmore did his final The Nightly Show on Thursday night, and Jon Stewart made an appearance. When Wilmore comes back, in whatever form it is, best believe it’s going to be one of the best things you’ve ever seen.

You know what’s embarrassing? When athletes from our country go abroad, do hugely stupid things, lie about it, then act like it never happened. You know what’s even more shameful, when we give people a pass for being wack as all get out, under the guise of “boys will be boys” (or insert whatever stupid piece of phraseology you want here) because we don’t want to face the fact that we coddle our athletes to the point of problems. Whatever, but there’s nothing cool about any of this. ABC News reports on the latest swimmers who made it back from Brazil.

Frank Ocean is no longer a friend of mine. His antics, lack of ability to deliver in a manner that works and the whole deal: I’m over it. A 45-minute visual album? Are you serious, fam? I understand, you gotta be next level or whatever, but this is not going to work for me. Nobody wants to watch you walk around a warehouse for nearly an hour. THE STREETS ARE OFFENDED BUT WE STILL LOVE YOU, FRANKLIN. Anyway, if you wanna know what’s going on with his video game, click here.

Let me tell you a story. When I was 12 years old, I went to Holland for the first time. I was visiting family friends outside of Amsterdam. They went to school, so for the first and only time in my life, I had to wear a uniform and, like, actually go to school with him for a couple of days. On the last day, there was a field trip to a swim meet. It was the strangest thing in the world, watching a high school swim meet at a British school in the Netherlands. Super fun, everyone was into it. Anyway, here’s VICE Sports asking Olympian Nathan Adrian nothing about swimming.

We need to talk about Bob Griffin (Robert Griffin III). I’ve spent an inordinate amount of time dealing with this dude over the past couple of years due to the nature of where I was born and where I worked. Now, he’s out here’s gooning hard. He divorced his wife, got a new girl. And he tattooed her name on his arm. Mind you, fam has a baby with ol’ girl, not to mention he was once soliciting wedding presents online from fans. All that aside, the Cleveland Browns played Thursday night, and he threw a pretty nice touchdown pass to Terrelle Pryor. Good for them both.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Next week, we’ll be in Chicago. The Undefeated will be holding a town hall to have a discussion about athletes, gun violence and responsibility. I’ll be there. His & Hers co-host Jemele Hill is hosting, which is more important. But, it is an important project, so if you care, be sure to tune in on Thursday, Aug. 25, at 9:30 p.m. EST.

Snack Time: Mass Appeal’s Rhythm Roulette is one of my favorite things in the world. They take producers, pick random records and have them make beats. It’s genuinely awesome. Here’s one of the best episodes of it I’ve ever seen.

Dessert: If I go to your house and your vinyl is arranged by cover color, I will fall in love. Instantly.

‘The Nightly Show’ is no more

Comedy Central cancels Larry Wilmore’s show

12:00 PMMy n—- Larry Wilmore did his final The Nightly Show on Thursday night, and Jon Stewart made an appearance. When Wilmore comes back, in whatever form it is, best believe it’s going to be one of the best things you’ve ever seen.

You know what’s embarrassing? When athletes from our country go abroad, do hugely stupid things, lie about it, then act like it never happened. You know what’s even more shameful, when we give people a pass for being wack as all get out, under the guise of “boys will be boys” (or insert whatever stupid piece of phraseology you want here) because we don’t want to face the fact that we coddle our athletes to the point of problems. Whatever, but there’s nothing cool about any of this. ABC News reports on the latest swimmers who made it back from Brazil.

Frank Ocean is no longer a friend of mine. His antics, lack of ability to deliver in a manner that works and the whole deal: I’m over it. A 45-minute visual album? Are you serious, fam? I understand, you gotta be next level or whatever, but this is not going to work for me. Nobody wants to watch you walk around a warehouse for nearly an hour. THE STREETS ARE OFFENDED BUT WE STILL LOVE YOU, FRANKLIN. Anyway, if you wanna know what’s going on with his video game, click here.

Let me tell you a story. When I was 12 years old, I went to Holland for the first time. I was visiting family friends outside of Amsterdam. They went to school, so for the first and only time in my life, I had to wear a uniform and, like, actually go to school with him for a couple of days. On the last day, there was a field trip to a swim meet. It was the strangest thing in the world, watching a high school swim meet at a British school in the Netherlands. Super fun, everyone was into it. Anyway, here’s VICE Sports asking Olympian Nathan Adrian nothing about swimming.

We need to talk about Bob Griffin (Robert Griffin III). I’ve spent an inordinate amount of time dealing with this dude over the past couple of years due to the nature of where I was born and where I worked. Now, he’s out here’s gooning hard. He divorced his wife, got a new girl. And he tattooed her name on his arm. Mind you, fam has a baby with ol’ girl, not to mention he was once soliciting wedding presents online from fans. All that aside, the Cleveland Browns played Thursday night, and he threw a pretty nice touchdown pass to Terrelle Pryor. Good for them both.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Next week, we’ll be in Chicago. The Undefeated will be holding a town hall to have a discussion about athletes, gun violence and responsibility. I’ll be there. His & Hers co-host Jemele Hill is hosting, which is more important. But, it is an important project, so if you care, be sure to tune in on Thursday, Aug. 25, at 9:30 p.m. EST.

Snack Time: Mass Appeal’s Rhythm Roulette is one of my favorite things in the world. They take producers, pick random records and have them make beats. It’s genuinely awesome. Here’s one of the best episodes of it I’ve ever seen.

Dessert: If I go to your house and your vinyl is arranged by cover color, I will fall in love. Instantly.

Daily Dose: 8/15/16

Another fatal shooting of a black man, more unrest, this time in Milwaukee

12:00 PMMy n—- Larry Wilmore did his final The Nightly Show on Thursday night, and Jon Stewart made an appearance. When Wilmore comes back, in whatever form it is, best believe it’s going to be one of the best things you’ve ever seen.

You know what’s embarrassing? When athletes from our country go abroad, do hugely stupid things, lie about it, then act like it never happened. You know what’s even more shameful, when we give people a pass for being wack as all get out, under the guise of “boys will be boys” (or insert whatever stupid piece of phraseology you want here) because we don’t want to face the fact that we coddle our athletes to the point of problems. Whatever, but there’s nothing cool about any of this. ABC News reports on the latest swimmers who made it back from Brazil.

Frank Ocean is no longer a friend of mine. His antics, lack of ability to deliver in a manner that works and the whole deal: I’m over it. A 45-minute visual album? Are you serious, fam? I understand, you gotta be next level or whatever, but this is not going to work for me. Nobody wants to watch you walk around a warehouse for nearly an hour. THE STREETS ARE OFFENDED BUT WE STILL LOVE YOU, FRANKLIN. Anyway, if you wanna know what’s going on with his video game, click here.

Let me tell you a story. When I was 12 years old, I went to Holland for the first time. I was visiting family friends outside of Amsterdam. They went to school, so for the first and only time in my life, I had to wear a uniform and, like, actually go to school with him for a couple of days. On the last day, there was a field trip to a swim meet. It was the strangest thing in the world, watching a high school swim meet at a British school in the Netherlands. Super fun, everyone was into it. Anyway, here’s VICE Sports asking Olympian Nathan Adrian nothing about swimming.

We need to talk about Bob Griffin (Robert Griffin III). I’ve spent an inordinate amount of time dealing with this dude over the past couple of years due to the nature of where I was born and where I worked. Now, he’s out here’s gooning hard. He divorced his wife, got a new girl. And he tattooed her name on his arm. Mind you, fam has a baby with ol’ girl, not to mention he was once soliciting wedding presents online from fans. All that aside, the Cleveland Browns played Thursday night, and he threw a pretty nice touchdown pass to Terrelle Pryor. Good for them both.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Next week, we’ll be in Chicago. The Undefeated will be holding a town hall to have a discussion about athletes, gun violence and responsibility. I’ll be there. His & Hers co-host Jemele Hill is hosting, which is more important. But, it is an important project, so if you care, be sure to tune in on Thursday, Aug. 25, at 9:30 p.m. EST.

Snack Time: Mass Appeal’s Rhythm Roulette is one of my favorite things in the world. They take producers, pick random records and have them make beats. It’s genuinely awesome. Here’s one of the best episodes of it I’ve ever seen.

Dessert: If I go to your house and your vinyl is arranged by cover color, I will fall in love. Instantly.

Let’s go to Rio

and check out some murals, aside from the Olympics

12:00 PMMy n—- Larry Wilmore did his final The Nightly Show on Thursday night, and Jon Stewart made an appearance. When Wilmore comes back, in whatever form it is, best believe it’s going to be one of the best things you’ve ever seen.

You know what’s embarrassing? When athletes from our country go abroad, do hugely stupid things, lie about it, then act like it never happened. You know what’s even more shameful, when we give people a pass for being wack as all get out, under the guise of “boys will be boys” (or insert whatever stupid piece of phraseology you want here) because we don’t want to face the fact that we coddle our athletes to the point of problems. Whatever, but there’s nothing cool about any of this. ABC News reports on the latest swimmers who made it back from Brazil.

Frank Ocean is no longer a friend of mine. His antics, lack of ability to deliver in a manner that works and the whole deal: I’m over it. A 45-minute visual album? Are you serious, fam? I understand, you gotta be next level or whatever, but this is not going to work for me. Nobody wants to watch you walk around a warehouse for nearly an hour. THE STREETS ARE OFFENDED BUT WE STILL LOVE YOU, FRANKLIN. Anyway, if you wanna know what’s going on with his video game, click here.

Let me tell you a story. When I was 12 years old, I went to Holland for the first time. I was visiting family friends outside of Amsterdam. They went to school, so for the first and only time in my life, I had to wear a uniform and, like, actually go to school with him for a couple of days. On the last day, there was a field trip to a swim meet. It was the strangest thing in the world, watching a high school swim meet at a British school in the Netherlands. Super fun, everyone was into it. Anyway, here’s VICE Sports asking Olympian Nathan Adrian nothing about swimming.

We need to talk about Bob Griffin (Robert Griffin III). I’ve spent an inordinate amount of time dealing with this dude over the past couple of years due to the nature of where I was born and where I worked. Now, he’s out here’s gooning hard. He divorced his wife, got a new girl. And he tattooed her name on his arm. Mind you, fam has a baby with ol’ girl, not to mention he was once soliciting wedding presents online from fans. All that aside, the Cleveland Browns played Thursday night, and he threw a pretty nice touchdown pass to Terrelle Pryor. Good for them both.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Next week, we’ll be in Chicago. The Undefeated will be holding a town hall to have a discussion about athletes, gun violence and responsibility. I’ll be there. His & Hers co-host Jemele Hill is hosting, which is more important. But, it is an important project, so if you care, be sure to tune in on Thursday, Aug. 25, at 9:30 p.m. EST.

Snack Time: Mass Appeal’s Rhythm Roulette is one of my favorite things in the world. They take producers, pick random records and have them make beats. It’s genuinely awesome. Here’s one of the best episodes of it I’ve ever seen.

Dessert: If I go to your house and your vinyl is arranged by cover color, I will fall in love. Instantly.

Board on Saturday

Logic is a better skater than YG

and he has the video to prove it

12:00 PMMy n—- Larry Wilmore did his final The Nightly Show on Thursday night, and Jon Stewart made an appearance. When Wilmore comes back, in whatever form it is, best believe it’s going to be one of the best things you’ve ever seen.

You know what’s embarrassing? When athletes from our country go abroad, do hugely stupid things, lie about it, then act like it never happened. You know what’s even more shameful, when we give people a pass for being wack as all get out, under the guise of “boys will be boys” (or insert whatever stupid piece of phraseology you want here) because we don’t want to face the fact that we coddle our athletes to the point of problems. Whatever, but there’s nothing cool about any of this. ABC News reports on the latest swimmers who made it back from Brazil.

Frank Ocean is no longer a friend of mine. His antics, lack of ability to deliver in a manner that works and the whole deal: I’m over it. A 45-minute visual album? Are you serious, fam? I understand, you gotta be next level or whatever, but this is not going to work for me. Nobody wants to watch you walk around a warehouse for nearly an hour. THE STREETS ARE OFFENDED BUT WE STILL LOVE YOU, FRANKLIN. Anyway, if you wanna know what’s going on with his video game, click here.

Let me tell you a story. When I was 12 years old, I went to Holland for the first time. I was visiting family friends outside of Amsterdam. They went to school, so for the first and only time in my life, I had to wear a uniform and, like, actually go to school with him for a couple of days. On the last day, there was a field trip to a swim meet. It was the strangest thing in the world, watching a high school swim meet at a British school in the Netherlands. Super fun, everyone was into it. Anyway, here’s VICE Sports asking Olympian Nathan Adrian nothing about swimming.

We need to talk about Bob Griffin (Robert Griffin III). I’ve spent an inordinate amount of time dealing with this dude over the past couple of years due to the nature of where I was born and where I worked. Now, he’s out here’s gooning hard. He divorced his wife, got a new girl. And he tattooed her name on his arm. Mind you, fam has a baby with ol’ girl, not to mention he was once soliciting wedding presents online from fans. All that aside, the Cleveland Browns played Thursday night, and he threw a pretty nice touchdown pass to Terrelle Pryor. Good for them both.

Free Food

Coffee Break: Next week, we’ll be in Chicago. The Undefeated will be holding a town hall to have a discussion about athletes, gun violence and responsibility. I’ll be there. His & Hers co-host Jemele Hill is hosting, which is more important. But, it is an important project, so if you care, be sure to tune in on Thursday, Aug. 25, at 9:30 p.m. EST.

Snack Time: Mass Appeal’s Rhythm Roulette is one of my favorite things in the world. They take producers, pick random records and have them make beats. It’s genuinely awesome. Here’s one of the best episodes of it I’ve ever seen.

Dessert: If I go to your house and your vinyl is arranged by cover color, I will fall in love. Instantly.