JaVale McGee, and the phone Shaq uses to film his funny videos. After the Golden State Warriors came back from a first-half deficit to once again dismantle the Los Angeles Clippers in the nightcap of TNT’s Thursday night doubleheader, you might have expected the evening’s “Shaqtin’ a Fool” segment to focus on Warriors firebrand Draymond Green, who returned from the All-Star break with a command performance that saw him rip into future Hall of Famer Paul Pierce and throw yet another questionable kick in the direction of an opponent. With “Shaqtin’ a Fool,” and Shaquille O’Neal, and the Warriors, it’s always going to be about JaVale McGee.
Jon Reschke (33) is leaving Michigan State. Michigan State linebacker Jon Reschke is leaving the program after “an insensitive and totally regrettable comment involving a former teammate,” the redshirt senior-to-be said in a statement to several reporters. Statement from Jon Reschke, who is no longer part of the MSU football team.
Winston saying girls should be “silent” and boys should be “strong” is a reminder of how harmful gender stereotypes can be. During an appearance at Melrose Elementary in St. Petersburg, Fla., Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston told a classroom full of elementary school girls they’re supposed to be “silent.” It was jarring, but sadly not surprising, to read the inherently sexist comments Winston made while speaking to these children. "But the ladies, they're supposed to be silent, polite, gentle,” Winston said, according to the Tampa Bay Times.