Sh*t happened 6/15/15: LeBron's junk, grow-house bust, Lightning lose it & more

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Sh*t happened 6/15/15: LeBron's junk, grow-house bust, Lightning lose it & more

'Twas definitely a sports-y kind of weekend. Dizzying heights! Demoralizing lows! Oh, and somebody forgot how groovy their fresh batch of weed plants smelled.


That magical nexus of sports and the internet fizzed over with the news that Cleveland Cavalier LeBron James maybe, probably, almost certainly revealed his junk on ABC right before Game 4 of the NBA Finals. Offensive strategy, indeed.

A Hillsborough County Sheriff's Deputy responding to a call in East Lake could smell the sweet, dank scent of marijuana coming from a neighboring house, which led to the arrest of one grower and the seizure of a stash of plants reportedly worth $700,000. Dude, that's, like, SO MUCH FEBREZE.


The Bolts went all Keystone Kops on their way to losing 2-1 to the Blackhawks in Game 5 and putting themselves in danger of losing the Stanley Cup Final Monday night. Ben Bishop is closer to immortality than ever, but now it could be either the good kind or the other kind.

A Seminole County teacher who was arrested for brandishing a loaded gun during a road-rage incident filed an appeal to keep her job. Because she's obviously perfectly suited to handle such a stressful vocation.


A 2-1 victory capped off The Rays' at-home sweep against the Chicago White Sox, and set the team up in a virtual tie with the Yankees at the top of the American League East. Hello? Anyone? [Sigh] Well, you'll catch up next week.

And finally, a former Buc and current VP with the Tampa Bay Storm was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence. Man, arena football can't even compete with the big leagues when it comes to off-the-field crime...

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