The list of top 20 celebrities people masterbate to, Cosby is in trouble again, and Dupont wrote another column.
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Tue, 05/24/2016 - 10:19am — Anonymous
Is Trump or Hillary more likely to make a catastrophic mistake as president?
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Tue, 05/24/2016 - 10:17am — Anonymous
An en banc hearing is possible in Deflategate and district attorney Joseph Early should lose his job.
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TUESDAY’S BROADCAST HIGHLIGHTS:
MLB: Rockies at Red Sox, 7:10 p.m. (NESN; WEEI-FM)
MLB: Rays at Marlins, noon (MLB Network)
MLB: Cubs at Cardinals, 7:10 p.m. (ESPN)
MLB: Padres at Giants, 10:15 p.m. (ESPN)
NBA playoffs: Warriors at Thunder, 9 p.m. (TNT)
WNBA: Dream at Liberty, 11 a.m. (NBA TV)
WNBA: Sparks at Sky, 7 p.m. (ESPN2)
NHL playoffs: Penguins at Lightning, 8 p.m. (NBCSN)
AROUND THE WEB:
— On the same day Tom Brady’s legal team filed an appeal of his Deflategate suspension, the government took the NFL to task for trying to influence a study of football’s effects on the brain.
The NFL had agreed in writing to donate $30 million to the National Institutes of Health to fund brain research, but after the NIH awarded a $16 million grant to Boston University researcher Robert Stern — an expert on the link between football and the brain disease chronic traumatic encephalopathy — the league withdrew its donation, forcing taxpayers to pick up the cost, a government report concluded.
To make matters worse, some members of the NFL’s Head, Neck and Spine Committee apparently pursued the grant for themselves despite the obvious conflict of interest.
The league’s actions violated NIH policy on donors interfering in the grant process and were part of a “long-standing pattern of attempts” by the NFL to steer concussion research in the direction it wanted, the 91-page report concluded.
“Our investigation has shown that while the NFL had been publicly proclaiming its role as funder and accelerator of important research, it was privately attempting to influence that research,” the report states.
“This investigation confirms the NFL inappropriately attempted to use its unrestricted gift as leverage to steer funding away from one of its critics,” New Jersey Rep. Frank Pallone said. “Since its research agreement with NIH was clear that it could not weigh in on the grant selection process, the NFL should never have tried to influence that process.”
The NFL, which denied the allegations when ESPN first exposed them in an “Outside the Lines” report, acknowledged raising concerns about Stern but continues to insist it was done appropriately despite evidence to the contrary.
“The NFL rejects the allegations,” NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy said in a statement Monday.
— Warriors forward Draymond Green escaped a suspension for his kick to the groin of Thunder center Steven Adams during Sunday’s game, but the NBA fined him $25,000.
The league also upgraded the foul to a flagrant 2. If it was called a flagrant 2 by the game officials, Green would have been ejected. With the upgrade, he now has three flagrant foul points this postseason, and if he accrues one more he would receive an automatic suspension.
Green, who did not comment after the league’s decision was announced, insisted after the game that the kick was not intentional, and Warriors coach Steve Kerr said he thought the flagrant 1 would be rescinded.
NBA executive vice president of basketball operations Kiki VanDeWeghe did not agree, noting, “During a game, players — at times — flail their legs in an attempt to draw a foul, but Green’s actions in this case warranted an additional penalty.”
Adams said Monday that the video made it appear intentional to him.
“Yeah, [it was worse] from what I had in my mind,” he said. “Kind of confirmed it almost.”
Hamilton, who has had surgery twice on the knee in the last nine months, will have his latest surgery June 8. General manager Jon Daniels said this surgery will be different than the previous two, as the 35-year-old looks for a way to resurrect his career.
“Physically, he can’t play,” Daniels said. “He’s frustrated.”
Hamilton, reacquired from the Angels last year after he left Texas as a free agent following the 2012 season, is signed through 2017, and Daniels said he plans to play next season.
“It’s been a tough road for Josh,” manager Jeff Banister said. “I know he wants to compete, I knows he wants to play, I know he wants to be a part of this and is not going to be able to. … It’s another long road back to play this game.”
ON THIS DAY TRIVIA (answer below): On May 24, 1988, a power outage forced the suspension of Game 4 of the Stanley Cup finals between the Bruins and Oilers at 16:37 of the second period with the score tied at 3. Which Oilers player set a record when he opened the game by scoring the quickest goal in finals history, 10 seconds into the game?
Hour 4 of The Planet Mikey Show w/ Christian Arcand.
Mon, 05/23/2016 - 10:30pm — Anonymous
Hour 3 of The Planet Mikey Show w/ Christian Arcand
Mon, 05/23/2016 - 10:29pm — Anonymous
Hour 2 of The Planet Mikey Show w/ Christian Arcand
Mon, 05/23/2016 - 10:28pm — Anonymous
Hour 1 of The Planet Mikey Show w/ Christian Arcand.
Mon, 05/23/2016 - 7:51pm — Anonymous
We discuss the latest developments in the story that won't die (Deflategate) with the great Michael McCann of SI and UNH law school.
[0:00:01] ... and see if we can figure out what goes next year for TomBrady. Our Michael McCann has been the preeminent analyst of this whole thing 491 days ago it all started by the way for ... [0:01:59] ... what Ted Olson. And what Dupree come with those guys do for TomBrady that state Jeffrey Kessler and the NFL PA could do for him. Technical and in particular. Is. Arguably the best appellate litigator ... [0:04:17] ... because. If it judges picked escape with just about Roger Goodell and TomBrady. And just about and I felt that an NFL players that's not good for Brady Brady needs to make that case I think also try to do that in the briefed. As general as possible this is not a but you know felt this is about labor management relations. We're talking to Michael McCann Sports Illustrated and SI dot com UNH law professor. About the filing expected this afternoon I don't know that it's been done officially yet but that. The appeal for TomBrady's case let's play this out logistically here up first they asked for a re hearing from the three judge panel that's probably not gonna happen. They did ask for at a hearing and bomb to the thirteen judge panel let's say for the sake of our discussion they don't get the seven of thirteen that they need. Then all of a sudden Ruth Bader Ginsburg is in charge of whether TomBrady plays opening day or not. Yet restraint system and in that. The most likely scenario. But he just sent dale that he ... [0:06:43] ... much money were talking about here much is this. This defense. Costing TomBrady in his side. Well yeah you know Mike by I don't think you can hear that the group of the union going ...