Roundup: Lakers Botch Frank Vogel Firing; Carrie Underwood Wins Big at CMT Awards; Washington Nationals For Sale
By Kyle Koster
"The Batman" coming to HBO Max soon ... Carrie Underwood won big at the CMT Awards ... Bucha's month of terror ... Overreacting to small sample sizes in Major League Baseball ... Bam Adebayo pledges loyalty to the Miami Heat ... Deshaun Watson civil cases will not go to trial during NFL season ... Lerner family will explore selling Washington Nationals ... A review of "The Northman" ... Only three KMart stores left in service ... Timberwolves extend Chris Finch ... Russian foreign minister claims Ukraine war is about preventing American domination ... Russia has defaulted on foreign debt, says S&P ... USPS services suspended in Santa Monica neighborhood after repeat attacks on carriers ... Stock futures inched higher Monday night ... Philadelphia to reinstate indoor mask mandate ... Lakers botched the Frank Vogel firing ...
Why are American teens so sad? Do you really need to ask? [The Atlantic]
18 Holes with the congregation of Tiger Woods [Esquire]
Before Jerry Sandusky, Penn State football had another serial sexual predator [ESPN]
Jamahl Mosley brings passion, energy to Magic [Andscape]
11 truly bizarre Guinness World Records [Mental Floss]
Four potential Russell Westbrook trade destinations [The Big Lead]
John Oliver's segment on data brokers was absolutely incredible.
Another HBO show.
Lenny Kravitz -- "American Woman"