Here's what everyone is talking about around the office today.
Conspiracy theories and the NBA (National Basketball Association) seem to go hand in hand lately. First, we had Boston Celtics’ Kyrie Irving’s revelation that the world is not round. Now Golden State Warriors’ Steph Curry is doubting there was ever a man on the moon. NASA jumped right in and offered to show Curry that the truth is in the moon rocks. WILL THERE BE MOON BOOTS?
Defining the impossible, ESPN came out with the list of the top 20 most dominant athletes in 2018. The smallest athlete was at the top of the list, gymnast Simone Biles. This year she claimed her record fourth all-around title by her largest margin yet. On top of that, she became the first U.S. gymnast to medal at every event at a world championship. And she did it all with a kidney stone. PINT-SIZED POWERHOUSE
Retired NASCAR (National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing) drivers Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Jeff Gordon joined forces once again on Earnhardt’s podcast. The former teammates shared a story on how Earnhardt managed to sweet talk an officer out of giving Gordon a ticket for speeding and being on his cellphone. Earnhardt will also drive the first ever pace truck at the Daytona 500 in the spring. NO SPEED LIMIT