Roundup: Stephen Curry Injured; Freddie Freeman to the Dodgers; Sydney Sweeney Joins 'Madame Web'

Sydney Sweeney, 2022 Film Independent Spirit Awards
Sydney Sweeney, 2022 Film Independent Spirit Awards / Jon Kopaloff/GettyImages

Stephen Curry injured his foot ... Freddie Freeman signed with the Dodgers ... Rockies sign Kris Bryant to monster deal ... Jack Harlow wants it all, doesn't have it yet ... ESPN is all over NFL free agency ... The four-letter network also officially announced Joe Buck, Troy Aikman signings ... Earthquake off coast of Japan causes tsunami warnings ... Gus Edwards suing strip club, alleging he was robbed at gunpoint in LA ... Joe Biden called Vladimir Putin a war criminal ... Stock rose in a volatile trading session ... Volodymyr Zelenskyy made an emotional speech to Congress ... The Fed raised interest rates for the first time since 2018 ... Chris Cuomo is demanding $125 million from CNN ... Jared Leto discusses "Morbius" and "WeCrashed" ... Sydney Sweeney joins "Madame Web" ... World Court orders Russia to cease operations in Ukraine ... Amazon warehouse workers stage strike demanding wage increases ... Disney workers plan walkout in protest of "Don't Say Gay" bill in Florida ... Ancient tombs, sarcophagus discovered under Notre Dame cathedral in Paris ...

Dikembe Mutombo is still the NBA’s greatest ambassador for Africa. [Andscape]

Conservations are trying to stop the Boy Scouts from selling a large Connecticut scout reservation to developers [Hartford Courant]

Allow Dylan O'Brien to reintroduce himself [Bustle]

“Do You Want to Get Closer to God?”: The Rise of Auburn Men’s Basketball [The Ringer]

Andrew Garfield Is the Ultimate Theater Kid [Vanity Fair]

The flair and function of Luka Doncic's dimes [ESPN]

Power rankings after Episode 2 of Winning Time.

Freddie Freeman posted an emotional goodbye to Atlanta on Instagram.

Ladies and gentlemen, Mike Myers is back.

Looking at how the sand worms of Dune came to life on the big screen.

A trailer for a new HBO thriller series.

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band -- "Badlands" (Live at Madison Square Garden)