The Daily Buzz: Friday, June 28

As details of the Aaron Hernandez case continue to roll in, the
questions surrounding the former New England Patriots tight
end’s involvement in the killing of Odin Lloyd continue to
mount. (And, boy,
are there some doozies.)

But the big news from Thursday night was the NBA Draft,
a stunning night in Brooklyn that
sent longtime commissioner David Stern off in

You can read pick-by-pick
analysis of the night’s selections here
and check out the
best and worst of NBA Draft style here. Once
you’re done with that, check out some of the other news you
may have missed from Thursday:

• Is Tony Parker moving on from Eva Longoria and
taking the plunge again?

• A friend of Nerlens Noel
got too much exposure while sunbathing on a
New York rooftop.

• Lucas Nogueira’s hair was too big for his hat at
the NBA Draft:

• Mark Messier takes his puck and his skates and
leaves the New York Rangers.

• Mario Williams
an Instagram photo
about Aaron Hernandez:

• And Chris Kluwe discusses his swearing prowess (kind of
NSFW) and makes an Aaron Hernandez joke on Conan (around the 3:25

• It was a
big night for Canada at the draft, as

• The 76ers made one second-round pick
the first Iranian player ever selected.

• Gatorade glued its bottles to the table at the NBA

• Brian Billick
reflects on his 2000 experience following Ray
Lewis’ arrest.

• Deion Sanders on the Celtics-Nets trade:

• Dana White is
eyeing a UFC show in Bangor, Maine.

• Former Reds player Chris Sabo
lost his golf match at the 104th Tony Blom
Metropolitan Amateur Championship.

• This 8-year-old girl is
a dribbling superstar:

Honest and scary words from NASCAR rookie AJ

• Doc Rivers and Bill Simmons clash during the NBA

• Kyle Petty
rips Danica Patrick: “She’s not a race car

reprimands Ole Miss guard Marshall Henderson
for his two-finger salute at the NCAA tournament.

• Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray surprises
a 96-year-old Dawgs fan.

• Robert Gill of the Arizona Cardinals runs very fast on a

• Football is back as
Montreal downs Winnipeg in CFL season