Roundup: Christina Ricci Joins New Addams Family Series; Randy Gregory Rips Cowboys Fans; Jamal Crawford Retires

Christina Ricci, 2020 Vanity Fair Oscar Party Hosted By Radhika Jones - Arrivals
Christina Ricci, 2020 Vanity Fair Oscar Party Hosted By Radhika Jones - Arrivals / John Shearer/GettyImages

Jamal Crawford announces retirement ... Amy Schumer wanted Volodymyr Zelenskyy to appear at Oscars this year ... Zion Williamson will not play this season ... World's largest potato is actually a gourd ... Shanghai Disney closes because of COVID ... Denver Broncos collect 189 firearms at first gun buyback event ... Plane carrying 132 passengers crashes in Guangxi hills ... Russia issues warning to Poland days before President Biden's visit ... Mark Meadows under investigation for alleged voter fraud in North Carolina ... Minneapolis public school teachers hit 10th day of strike ... U.N. Secretary General hammers coal, calls it a "stupid investment" in speech ... Dow snaps five-day win streak as stocks fall ... LSU hiring Murray State's Matt McMahon to replace Will Wade ... Christina Ricci joins Netflix's new Addams family series ... Randy Gregory ripped Cowboys fans ... Maryland hired Seton Hall's Kevin Williard ...

Goldy Gopher has been lying to you all along—and other mascot revelations [Sports Illustrated]

They once made music in Ukraine. Now they're fighting for their country [Rolling Stone]

Tyrese Haliburton is still getting over the trade that changed his life [GQ]

The 50 best sci-fi books of all-time [Esquire]

Ranking Chet Holmgren's best NBA landing spots [The Ringer]

Does Dave Portnoy have a mole at Insider? [The Daily Beast]

Fox didn't want Al Michaels to replace Joe Buck [The Big Lead]

A new trailer for Netflix's Wild Abandon.

Pusha T made a diss track for Arby's.

Ohio State's Harry Miller discusses his decision to step away from football and focus on his mental health.

Modest Mouse -- "Ocean Breathes Salty"