Feb. 21 (UPI) -- While many UFC fans were focused on the fall of Ronda Rousey, her boyfriend Travis Browne took a beating Sunday in Nova Scotia. Browne had a great first round in UFC Fight Night 105 against Derrick Lewis. Then the Hawaiian turned it on so much that the fight had to be stopped in the second round. Lewis delivered some serious upper body blows to Browne before he fell on his back onto the mat. Lewis then slammed his right fist repeatedly into Browne's skull until he lost consciousness. After the fight, Lewis was asked about how badly he was hurt. "I just got to do a No. 2, that's all," Lewis said on FS1. "It's not really hurting from the kick, I've just got a boo-boo." Lewis delivered
Now this is what the NBA trade deadline is all about! Forget Jahlil Okafor, Lou Williams and Derrick Favors -- let’s talk about the big boys. According to ESPN’s Zach Lowe, the Celtics and Clippers have engaged in trade talks involving All-Star forward Blake Griffin. “[The Celtics] have talked intermittently with the Clippers about Blake Griffin in recent weeks, per several league sources, but a deal is extremely unlikely. Griffin will be a free agent this summer, and Boston would probably need official permission to talk to him about his future -- a concession Minnesota allowed Cleveland before the Kevin Love trade. The Clips would ask for a bounty, starting with Jae Crowder and one of the Avery
When Chloe Bridgewater, who is a big fan of tablets and computers, was told by her father Andy Bridgewater that the conglomerate Google has bean bags, slides and go-karts at their offices, she decided to let the company know how interested she was in working there. “My name is Chloe and when I am bigger I would like a job at Google. While Chloe knows she has quite a few years until she can actually apply, Google CEO Sundar Pichai responded to her handwritten note with his own message of encouragement.