Roundup: Biden Goes After Putin in Poland Speech; Memphis Facing Severe NCAA Sanctions; LeBron Wins a Razzie

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President Joe Biden says Putin "cannot remain in power" in strong speech during Poland visit ... Memphis, Penny Hardaway facing severe NCAA sanctions over recruiting violations ... LeBron James won a Razzie for Worst Actor ... Demariyus Thomas' house might've been robbed multiple times after his death ... Tom Thibodeau is not a fan of social media critics ... Russian soldiers release Ukraine town’s mayor and agree to leave after protests ... Supreme Court sides with Navy against anti-vax Navy Seals ... Jaxson Hayes being sued for assault and battery ... Dan Orlovsky believes Sam Darnold is more talented than any QB in this year's class ... Jury awards $14 million to demonstrators injured in Denver during protests over George Floyd's death ...

“We Don't Know How to Phone It In”: A Final Visit With Taylor Hawkins [Rolling Stone]

Why ‘The Hunger Games’ Vanished From The Pop Culture Conversation [Forbes]

Saint Peter's small athletics staff is rising to a big moment, one tweet at a time [Asbury Park Press]

When high school sports end, it's tough on parents, too [Boston.com]

What's The Best Song About A Car? [Jalopnik]

Jay Bilas finally gets it.

GQ's interview with Brent Faiyaz.

Denzel Curry -- "X-Wing"

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