The Daily Buzz: Tuesday, June 18

Marian Hossa sat out and the
Chicago Blackhawks lost control of their
Stanley Cup Finals series against the Boston Bruins, Monday night,
but that wasn’t the only news in the world of sports.

On the hardwood, the
Miami Heat remain confident despite trailing
the San Antonio Spurs 3-2 in the NBA Finals, while the Clippers and
have reportedly discussed a mega-trade that
would send Kevin Garnett and Doc Rivers to L.A.

In MLB news,
Max Scherzer moved to 10-0 on the season with
a win over Baltimore on Monday, but that doesn’t mean
we’re any less
impressed with Manny Machado.

As for the rest of the news, here’s some of what you may
have missed from Monday:

• You’ve got to hand it to this Bruins fan for his
rally towel suit.

• Since fans can’t bring their own bags into the stadium
anymore, the Eagles are
sending fans free bags that can be used at

• Rule of thumb when riding an ATV on the job — make
sure the thing is gassed up:

• Walter McCarty’s 1996 NCAA basketball championship
rings from the University of Kentucky
are for sale, but they’re not supposed to

• Whose bikini-clad Taylor Swift lip synch was better? The

Saints’ cheerleaders or the Dolphins’?

• Kliff Kingsbury got a pretty cool painting for his


• Could there be
more London games in the Vikings’ future?

• Did Sidney Crosby
open the door for other small-town hockey

• I can’t stop watching
this brutal rugby hit:

• Here’s Bryce Harper and his brother (and his
awesome mustache) on helium:


• Check out
these travel tips from a few MLB stars.

• Blackhawks forward Ben Smith
ate lunch with his mom Monday in Boston. A few
hours later, he was in the Chicago lineup in place of Marian

• Lolo Jones made about $800 for seven months of


• South Carolina’s first Class of 2015 commit on why
he chose the Gamecocks: “The academic part,
it’s like you have to try to fail.”

• Hey, kid, you already got the foul ball. So watch the

• Scottie Pippen
sticks up for Derrick Rose.

• Kerry Rhodes is reportedly claiming that
Kim Kardashian’s baby could be his.

• A guy hit a 75-foot shot and
reportedly won free ice cream for everyone at
a Murray State basketball camp: