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Staff favorites: Kobe Bryant’s last game, cheating marathons and NFL all-retirement team

By Andrew Krammer

Welcome ladies and gentleman. This post is a round-up of some of our favorite things from the internet this week, sports and non-sports curated by 1500 ESPN’s Derek Wetmore and Andrew Krammer.

Good reads

Yahoo Sports: Meet the guy (from Minnesota) who had to ask his boss if he could play the Masters

Runner’s World: Dozens suspected of cheating to enter Boston Marathon

Take a listen

Richard Deitsch with Jeff Van Gundy, a candidate for the Wolves job


Add LB A.J. Tarpley and WR Percy Harvin to the NFL’s All-Retirement team this offseason.

If this 2016 All-Retirement team picks up a few more bodies, it will be absolutely stacked.

— Jeremy Fowler (@JFowlerESPN) April 8, 2016

Is this CGI?

nothing but net

— Erik Malinowski (@erikmal) April 14, 2016


Kobe Bryant’s teammate reflects on his 60-point final game

Whoever paid those crazy ass prices for those tickets y’all got y’all money’s worth tonight — Jordan Clarkson (@JClark5on) April 14, 2016

And the theatrics shut down the Lakers’ Twitter account

.@Lakers is temporarily down. We will continue to tweet Kobe Bryant’s final game from this account.

— Lakers Digital (@LakersDigital) April 14, 2016

Sorry about that, everybody.
Kobe got too hot for the Twitter servers.

— Los Angeles Lakers (@Lakers) April 14, 2016

Washington sees you giving up your next few drafts, L.A. Rams

— Washington Redskins (@Redskins) April 14, 2016

Einstein: “Is it a wave or is it a particle?”

Tip jar at a pizzeria


…and then…avoided abduction…

— Russell Crowe (@russellcrowe) April 14, 2016


Follow this account, because life’s too short: @DrewMagary

Song of the Week

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