Starting Lineups: Russell Westbrook’s Alley-Oop Dunk Is Chaos In Motion

I’m probably really close to getting kicked out of my apartment after Monday night.

Usually, I come here and leave a few hundred words with witty commentary on whatever interesting events that might have occurred from the previous night. Unfortunately, I’m going to be unable to do such a thing.

Game Five took something out of me. Maybe my nerves. Maybe five years off my life. Maybe more grey hair. Who knows? The Oklahoma City Thunder won last night. The San Antonio Spurs didn’t. That’s all that matters.

Russell Westbrook’s alley-oop dunk from Kevin Durant was just plain awesome. The things that occurred after it was like riding a roller coaster with no seatbelt. Doesn’t matter; the Thunder won. That’s all that matters.

Here’s your pertinent reading material for Tuesday. Enjoy the day.

Dirty Tackle: Pele actually criticizes Neymar

Forum Blue and Gold: Andrew Bynum, Free Agency, And Uncertainty

Smoking Section: The Summer Of Drake: Beef, Music, Women & Everything In Between

With Leather: Baserunning: You’re Doing It Wrong

Bull City: Trickin’ Should Be An Olympic Sport

House That Glanville Built: Things You Don’t See Every Day, Phillies Edition

The Front Office: 2 Chainz makes an appearance on ESPN First Take

SLAM Online: Smooth Operator

Pasta Padre: UFC Goes to EA Sports

Pro Football Talk: Rex Ryan thinks today’s NFL has the right mix of hitting and safety

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