The Cavaliers blew out the Celtics in Game 5 to advance to the NBA Finals on Thursday night, and while Cleveland was celebrating with the Eastern Conference championship trophy, Richard Jefferson started Snapchatting. It's not surprising that Jefferson was Snapping - he's the best at it in the entire sports world - but his teammates, including LeBron James, seemed to be amazed at how he was able to get ahold of his phone in the time they went from the court to the room with the trophy. The rest of Jefferson's Snap Story from the night includes Iman Shumpert chanting about how the Cavs are going back to the Finals and James reacting to passing Michael Jordan to become the No. 1 all-time playoff scorer.
For the better part of two years, Robbie Lawler was the man at 170 pounds. But then last year, a vicious right hook from Tyron Woodley separated Lawler from his consciousness and unseated the champ from atop the welterweight heap. Now, almost a year later, Lawler is finally ready to get back into the octagon in a crackerjack matchup against Donald Cerrone at UFC 213 on July 8. Though the fight is still several weeks away, Lawler sat down with Brett Okamoto on the 5ive Rounds podcast where he talked about his upcoming return to the cage, why he chose to take such an extended break from the sport, and what his motivation is in returning. “I’m just looking to have a good time and win fights and
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