Running Man Challenge By Scotland Metropolitan Police
Met police officer trainees have accepted Police Scotland's nomination to take on the #RunningManChallenge. Filmed at the Met Police Training School, in Hendon north London.
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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)
On Sunday, the Cavs beat the Warriors to win the NBA Championship-the first major sports championship that a Cleveland team has won since 1964. Of course, LeBron James-who was a beast in the playoffs-was named the MVP. LeBron fans celebrated. Cavs fans celebrated. But, wait-so did Rihanna. (Complex News)
Ryan Lochte Apologizes for Lying About Robbery in Rio
Ryan Lochte may have gotten out of Rio de Janeiro just in time on Wednesday and avoided a thorough police investigation into the report he filed on Sunday after he claimed he was robbed at gunpoint during a night out, but the three teammates who were with him at the time of the alleged robbery weren't so lucky. (Complex News)
The Internet Reacts to Kanye West's 'Famous' Music Video
On Friday night, Kanye West revealed the visual for "Famous" in front of an audience of thousands at The L.A. Forum, and many more sitting at home watching the live feed of the event on Tidal. (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)
'The Decision': Don't Compare Kevin Durant & LeBron James
It was the perfect storm, really, one we likely won't see again until-er, maybe next summer. The best (regular season) team in NBA history, the 73-9 Warriors, with an open roster spot, the salary cap shooting up from $70 to $94 million, and the perfect Warriors-style player, a 6'11" sharpshooter by the name of Kevin Durant, entering free agency at the peak of his prime. (Complex News)
Did Mike Tyson Get Caught Stealing at the U.S. Open?
Mike Tyson attended the US Open with his daughter Tuesday and demonstrated he has such a sweet tooth for ice cream that he'll do anything to get it, with little regard for consequence. Employees who worked at the Ben and Jerry's concession stand reportedly saw the 50-year-old former heavyweight champion approach their freezer, according to the New York Post. (Complex News)
Early last week, Yahoo! Sports reported that Tim Duncan was on the verge of retiring. On Monday morning, Duncan announced that he has decided to go through with his retirement plans after 19 seasons in the NBA. And he did it in just about the most Tim Duncan way possible-by issuing a low-key press release through the Spurs. (Complex News)
Brandon Marshall Kneels During National Anthem of NFL Season-Opener
Leading up to last night's NFL season opener between the Broncos and Panthers, some fans wondered whether any players would kneel during the National Anthem. One player did so: Denver linebacker Brandon Marshall. (No, not the Jets wide receiver. Same name, different NFL player.) Marshall played with Colin Kaepernick in college. (Complex News)
Carmelo Anthony Will Address Social Injustice At Summer Olympics
Last Friday, Carmelo Anthony responded to the news about the Alton Sterling and Philando Castile shootings by posting a strongly worded message on his web site and Instagram. He talked at length about why he believes more athletes need to "step up" and address important social issues rather than shying away from doing it because of their endorsement deals. (Complex News)
Left of Black host Mark Anthony Neal is joined by Chuck D of Public Enemy and Gaye Theresa Johnson. Professor Johnson teaches in the Department of Black Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara.
In a video posted by TMZ, Timberlake is shown making his way through the mass of people when all of a sudden a hand reaches out and touches his mug. A visibly disturbed Timberlake looks back at the man and shouts "Why would you do that?" (Complex News)
Michael Jordan Isn't Down With LeBron for 'Space Jam 2'
If there ever actually is a Space Jam 2, it will likely star LeBron James. At least if production on the feature starts at some point before he turns 50. But, if the star of the original had his way, the player kidnapped and threatened with becoming an amusement park attraction would not be the current No.(Complex News)
U.S. Olympic Athlete Greeted with 'Zika' Chants & Boos in Rio
Even though the opening ceremonies for the 2016 Olympics won't go down until Friday, a few events have already started, because fitting everything into the two-and-a-half week duration of the games would be logistically impossible/f***ing bonkers. And because of the weird format, nobody would blame you if you were unaware that the U.S. (Complex News)