Cannabis Beats “Incurable” Brain Tumor After Chemo Fails

A Scottish woman given just months to live back in 2013 claims that she has cannabis oil to thank for the fact that she has been in remission for nearly four years. After being diagnosed with an incurable brain tumor, Lynn Cameron was subjected to the usual assault of surgery, chemotherapy and radiation treatments, but […]
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East Carolina’s Minshew beats out Sirk for starting QB job

East Carolina has named it’s starting quarterback, and it’s not who you might have originally thought.

When former Duke pivot Thomas Sirk joined the Pirates as a graduate transfer this offseason, many thought the starting quarterback job was his to lose. It appears now that job is in fact lost, as the university announced Tuesday that Gardner Minshew will be the man to lead East Carolina into the first week of the regular season.

Minshew began his tenure with the Pirates as the backup to Philip Nelson last season, but saw significant playing time to close out the year, including a 336-yard performance against Tulsa on Nov. 5.

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Watch: Shaq says he’ll superglue on wig if Mr. ‘2.2 a game’ LaVar beats him

Shaquille O’Neal just upped the ante.

The Hall of Famer responded to LaVar Ball late Sunday in a way only Shaq can. O'Neal posted an Instagram video in which he dons a blond wig and lip syncs to Carrie Underwood's "Blown Away."

In the caption, The Big Aristotle said he’d permanently stick the wig to his noggin if he loses to “mr 2.2 (points) a game,” and compared his brand and career to those of the Ball patriarch.

This comes following a war of words that started when O'Neal criticized the Balls for charging $ 495 a pop for Lonzo's signature shoe.

More recently, Shaq’s son Shareef declared he’s better than LaMelo, the youngest of the Ball brothers, and the legendary big man agreed.

When LaVar caught wind of those comments, he told Overtime:

“Stop it. Hey, me and Melo against him and Shaq. We’ll kill em. We’ll kill em.”

Get ‘er done. Or at the very least, make sure cameras are rolling when these families collide at Los Angeles Lakers functions.

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Westbrook beats out Harden, Leonard for MVP award after historic season

After becoming the first player in 55 years to average a triple-double over the course of a season, Oklahoma City Thunder point guard Russell Westbrook has been named the NBA’s 2016-17 Most Valuable Player.

On top of matching Oscar Robertson’s 1961-62 feat, Westbrook led the NBA in scoring with 31.6 points a night to go along with 10.7 rebounds and 10.4 assists. His 30.6 player efficiency rating also led the league and was the 15th-best mark of all time, while his 41.7 percent usage rate was the highest in recorded history.

Westbrook set a new league record with 42 triple-doubles on the season – including eight in which he scored at least 40 points, and three in which he scored at least 50 – and the paper-thin Thunder needed every ounce of that production. The team went 33-9 when Westbrook recorded a triple-double, and 14-26 when he didn’t. And that’s to say nothing of his season-long penchant for late-game heroics; the individual runs he embarked on to save the Thunder from almost-certain defeats, and the dramatic victories he delivered at the buzzer.

In his first season without Kevin Durant as his running mate, Westbrook wrung 47 wins out of a supporting cast that offered little in the way of shooting, ballhandling, or secondary playmaking. The Thunder’s record still makes him the losingest MVP since Kareem Abdul-Jabbar won the award for the 40-42 Los Angeles Lakers in 1975-76, but it’s tough to argue he isn’t deserving considering the load he carried and the efficiency with which he carried it. The Thunder were 12.2 points per 100 possessions worse with Westbrook on the bench, with a minus-8.9 net rating that would have blown the Lakers’ league-worst mark out of the water.

There were times Westbrook seemed to blur the line between carrying his teammates and holding them back, when his lack of trust in them – or his unwavering belief in himself – proved the Thunder’s undoing. He attempted nearly 400 more field goals than any other player in the league, and turned the ball over 5.4 times a game. His relentless, exhausting offensive exploits often left him ineffectual defensively.

But for all that, the Thunder still won more games than they had any right to, and Westbrook was a cyclonic force who left a trail of rubble in his wake. The semantics of "most valuable" can be debated and nitpicked to death, but there's little doubt about who the NBA's most captivating player was. Westbrook's season was unlike anything we've seen in a long, long time. It'll probably be a long time before we see anything like it again.

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Watch: Braves fan improbably beats The Freeze

The Freeze’s reign is over.

After famously turning an Atlanta Braves fan to dust last week, establishing himself as the game’s undisputed between-innings-sprint champion in a footrace for the ages, The Freeze – a member of the Braves’ grounds crew named Nigel Talton – was dethroned Friday at SunTrust Park, where another fan was able to defeat the seemingly impregnable, costumed track star.

Per the rules, of course, the fan got roughly a 200-foot head start, but he still gets to tell his grandchildren he beat The Freeze.

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