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Short and sweet for your Monday morning.


Goes great with coffee,

The Last Night’s Game Team

NBA (National Basketball Association)

After celebrating their NBA Championship in Vegas over the weekend, the Toronto Raptors will continue the celebration with a victory parade today, where two million people are expected to attend. Moral of the story? Don’t expect anyone in Toronto (or maybe even Canada for that matter) to get much work done today. CELEBRATE GOOD TIMES 


Days after the 25th anniversary of the death of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and Ron Goldman, O.J. Simpson joined Twitter. It went exactly as you would imagine. He posted a video stating, “I got a little getting even to do” and that he is going to use the platform to “talk about everything, especially sports and fantasy football, and even politics.” THE JUICE IS LOOSE

Sideline stat

The U.S. Women put another ‘W’ in the win column yesterday, beating Chile 3-0. The team was led by Carli Lloyd, who at age 37, set the record for consecutive goals in World Cup matches at six. Team U.S.A. will take on Sweden in the final round of the group stage on Thursday. BRINGING HOME THE BACON

Coaches’ Corner

The NBA (National Basketball Association) off-season just began and the Los Angeles Lakers and New Orleans Pelicans have agreed to a trade deal that will dramatically shift the power in the NBA. Giving up a few players and draft picks, the Lakers traded for Pelicans star Anthony Davis (known for his unibrow). BET SOMEONE IN L.A. COULD FIX THAT

What to watch

Gary Woodland won his first Major yesterday at the U.S. Open (PGA – Professional Golfers Association). (There are four majors – aka major golf tournaments – in golf). The icing on the cake was that it was on Father’s Day, which holds a special place with a lot of love and heartache for Woodland. BIG WIN, BIG HEART