Roundup: San Bernardino Shooting Details, LeBron Feels Urgency in Cleveland, Bill Simmons' New House


A couple was behind the shooting in San Bernardino that left 14 dead and 17 injured … they left their 6-month old daughter with the child’s grandmother …  alligators brawled on a Florida golf course … a look back at Casino 20-years later … a petition for Steel Panther to play the AFL Grand Final … teen arrested for trying to buy machine guns to kill minorities … sisters try to strangle mother with USB cords on Thanksgiving … “Homeless ex-lawyer who sneaked into woman’s bedroom dressed in fishnets and G-string mistook her for giant panda” … how much traffic is Facebook driving to publishers … the Dark Side puts up its Christmas tree … the Washington Post has passed the New York Times in traffic … a review of a Subway in Grand Forks, Michigan … modified Nerf gun shoots 70mph … man arrested while trying to be “extreme” in Aspen … idiot breaks into house, logs onto Facebook …

100 great college basketball names. [FOX Sports]

A look at “Billionaires’ Beach” where Bill Simmons just bought a house. [Business Insider]

Mark Schlereth calls out the NFL on player safety. [InsideSTL]

Bill Dwyer’s final column in the Los Angeles Times. [LAT]

LeBron James is feeling urgency to bring a title to Cleveland. [Sports Illustrated]

An interview with Conor McGregor before UFC 194. [MMA Junkie]

Details from the 1972 attack in Munich. [New York Times]

Paul Finebaum thinks Nick Saban will leave Alabama if they win the title this season. [GamedayR]

Devin Hester, the best return man in NFL history, returns to the field this weekend. [FOX Sports]

MMA has an injury epidemic and the UFC is trying to fix it. [Bleacher Report]

Not a cell phone commercial. Maybe.

Elon made an improbable comeback a few nights ago, scoring 8 points in 16 seconds to force overtime.

The size of Star Wars vehicles to scale.

Nick Offerman made a Yule Log video.

The LA County Sheriff’s Department released this video earlier this year about how to survive an active shooter situation. It’s tough to watch, but probably important to see.