Latest Roundup Leads

Roundup: Stephen Curry Breaks 3-Point Record; Dakota Johnson Lied About Limes; O.J. Simpson's Parole Ended

Ryan Phillips
Dakota Johnson, 10th Annual LACMA ART+FILM GALA Presented By Gucci
Dakota Johnson, 10th Annual LACMA ART+FILM GALA Presented By Gucci / Kevin Winter/GettyImages
facebooktwitter

O.J. Simpson's parole has ended ... Pfizer's COVID pill is highly effective ... U.S. closes in on 800,000 COVID deaths ... Stocks dropped on Tuesday ... Search for Kentucky tornado survivors continues ... Toyota shifting rapidly to electric vehicles ... Daniel Snyder worked to disrupt NFL investigation into Washington Football Team ... Dakota Johnson lied about limes ... A review of "Spider-Man: No Way Home" ... A review of "The King's Man" ... COVID is hitting the NFL and NBA hard ... Clemson filled OC, DC positions ... Lane Kiffin isn't a fan of the transfer portal ... The Lakers have discussed trading Russell Westbrook ... Phillip Adams had CTE when he killed six people and himself ... Stephen Curry is now the NBA's all-time 3-point king ...

The mysterious case of the Boston Celtics [Sports Illustrated]

Current 2022 NFL draft order and team needs [CBS Sports]

Critics picks for best films of 2021 [Hollywood Reporter]

Zion Williamson's injury has ripple effects across the NBA [The Ringer]

The 10 best albums of 2021 [The Atlantic]

Week 15 NFL picks against the spread [The Big Lead]

The cast of Spider-Man: No Way Home discussed the movie:

Tiger Woods watching his son's mannerisms on the golf course:

A gag reel from "The Suicide Squad":

Johnny Cash -- "The Man Comes Around"

facebooktwitter