Look: LeBron uses Arthur meme to express frustrations

If your team had just lost five of its last six games by allowing an average of 118.7 points, you’d probably be a tad ticked off yourself.

Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James isn't a happy camper these days, suggesting as such Monday on Instagram by posting the famous Arthur "clenched fist" meme along with a simple caption: "Mood…"


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The irony in the timing of LeBron's post is that it went up shortly after former teammate Kyrie Irving led the Boston Celtics to a 110-107 victory over the Atlanta Hawks, who were coming off a 117-115 win Sunday over Cleveland.

Suffice it to say, today isn't a wonderful kind of day for James.

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Watch: Iguodala uses devastating crossover to send Millsap to floor

Iggy is getting jiggy.

Golden State Warriors small forward Andre Iguodala busted out a beautiful behind-the-back dribble to shake off Denver Nuggets power forward Paul Millsap on Saturday night.

Broken ankles aside, Millsap got the last laugh. He collected a game-high 22 points and 11 rebounds in his new team’s 108-102 preseason win.

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Notre Dame HC Brian Kelly uses Spieth’s Open win for inspiration

Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly went outside the football world to inspire his 2017 team.

The Fighting Irish are coming off a terrible 4-8 campaign in 2016, and when explaining what type of squad he wants this season, Kelly pointed to Jordan Spieth’s remarkable Open victory at Royal Birkdale as a prime example.

"When Jordan Spieth won the British Open in July, his performance showcased a lot of the ideals we’ve been stressing at Notre Dame the past nine months," Kelly told Pete Thamel of Yahoo.com. "Spieth is obviously one of the most talented players in the world. But I’ve been preaching to my players that the intangibles he showed that weekend – laser focus, attention to detail, an incredible attitude and just being smart – are more important than talent alone.

Spieth won by three shots over Matt Kuchar, going birdie, eagle, birdie, birdie over a five-hole stretch. However, it was the composure he showed on the 13th hole that impressed Kelly.

"When he was sitting between those trailer trucks on the 13th hole during the final round, his talent didn’t get him to make that shot. Heck, he was moving people out of the way and even calming his caddie down. He illuminated all the traits it takes to win we’ve been focused on – intellect, focus, and poise."

Notre Dame will face Temple in Saturday's season opener at 3:30 p.m. ET.

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Alrighty Then: Woman Uses Hair Dryer As Fake Speed Gun To Scare Motorists Into Slowing Down!

Retired Jean Brooks becomes an internet star with her ingenious way of stopping speeding drivers. The 64-year-old stands on her front garden and uses a hairdryer as a fake speed gun – pointing it at cars as they drive past. She says drivers often slow down, for fear they might be caught speeding. Posted By Persist

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Bill Maher Uses N-Word on His Show; Twitter Explodes

Why is Bill Maher the worst?

Serious question.

He insists on making outrageous, offensive statements because … well, we don’t know why, exactly. We just know that it never, ever seems to stop.

Just last month Bill made an incest joke about Donald and Ivanka Trump, saying “When he’s about to nuke Finland or something, she’s gonna walk into the bedroom and — ‘Daddy, Daddy. Don’t do it, Daddy.'”

He then made a gesture indicating that she’d grab his penis to calm him down.

He also once compared Zayn Malik to Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, which, you know, isn’t great.

The point is that he’s known for pushing boundaries at each and every opportunity.

And apparently he thought last night’s episode of Real Time with Bill Maher was a great chance to be a jackass.

His guest last night was Nebraska Senator Bill Sasse, and at one point, Sasse invited Bill to visit Nebraska.

“We’d love to have you work in the fields with us,” he told him, smiling.

Bill, in his strange little mind, felt the appropriate response was to say “Work in the fielnds? Senator, I’m a house n—–.”

His audience had some mixed responses, and understandably so, but Bill was quick to assure them that it was a joke.

But Twitter wasn’t convinced.

“I for one am shocked that giant racist Bill Maher is in fact a giant racist,” one person tweeted.

Another wrote “Bill Maher said the N-word? Wow this totally changes my previously high opinion of that smug Islamophobic misogynistic attention-whore.”

One person theorized that “Bill Maher seems way too comfortable using the n-word. I mean, that came naturally to him. That… says a lot. And none of it is good.”

And, for the obligatory “hold my beer” joke, someone tweeted “‘Nobody can screw up a career better than me’ Tiger Woods ‘Hold my beer’ Kathy Griffin ‘No, both of you hold my latte’ Bill Maher.”

Meanwhile, Ben Sasse himself took to Twitter to discuss the controversy.

“I’m a 1st Amendment absolutist,” he began. “Comedians get latitude to cross hard lines.”

“But free speech comes with a responsibility to speak up when folks use that word. Me just cringing last night wasn’t good enough.”

He wrote that he wished he’d been able to gather his thoughts enough in the moment to say “Hold up, why would you think it’s OK to use that word?”

“The history of the n-word is an attack on universal human dignity. It’s therefore an attack on the American Creed. Don’t use it.”

Too little, too late, or an appropriate response?

It’s hard to know when everything is such a great big awful mess.

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