ESPN announced that longtime sports anchor Stuart Scott has died at the age of 49 after a long battle with cancer. This year he was honored with the ESPYs Jimmy Valvano Perseverance Award. In his remarks he said, “When you die, it does not mean that you lose to cancer,” Scott told the audience. “You beat cancer by how you live, why you live, and in the manner in which you live.”
“I understand that a dream job is not about dreaming. It’s all job. All work. All reality. All blood. All sweat. No tears. I work a lot; very hard and I love it,” said Shonda Rhimes during her Feb. 2016 TED Talk, where she chronicled her 'year of yes.'
Ellen Degeneres Accused of Racism Over Usain Bolt Pic
Ellen DeGeneres is receiving widespread backlash from several people on social media after she tweeted a photo of herself being piggybacked by Usain Bolt on the now-famous photo of himself smiling while leading his competition in the Olympic 100m semifinals. (Complex News)
Kevin Durant & the Warriors: Everything You Need To Know
Kevin Durant, undoubtedly this offseason's most sought after NBA free agent, has made his "decision" official. He posted a letter on The Players' Tribune on Monday morning and announced he is leaving the Thunder and signing with the Golden State Warriors. (Complex News)
Bill Cosby sued supermodel Beverly Johnson of fabricating claims that the comedian drugged and tried to sexually assault her in the 1980s.
The lawsuit against Johnson is the first time the Bill Cosby has taken legal action against a woman who hasn't sued him first.
Cosby's lawsuit accuses Johnson of lying about an incident in which she says Cosby drugged her with a cappuccino in his New York home before letting her go after she angrily rebuked his advances. (Wochit)