Because no one reads the newspaper, and SportsCenter's anchors are too perky for this early in the morning, Deadspin combs the best of the broadsheets and the blogosphere to bring you everything you need to know to start your day.
• Natalie Gulbis posed with Michelle Wie in front of the Washington Monument, but mistakenly referred to it as the Lincoln Memorial on her Twitter page. She apologized later for the error then corrected herself by stating it was the "Washington Memorial." Stay pretty. [Dogs That Chase Cars]
• Goose Gossage and his twirl-able mustache has an opinion about steroids: "The integrity of the Hall of Fame and the numbers and the history are all in jeopardy," said Gossage, inducted two years ago. "I don't think they should be recognized. Here's a guy Aaron, we're talking about the greatest record of all records. And he did it on a level playing field. He did it with God-given talent. And the same with Maris, absolutely. These are sacred records and they've been shattered by cheaters." Hear that? Sacred. In related news, Bert Blyleven is still sad. [SI]
• The latest "30 for 30" clip is up and it's all about how vicious the Knicks/Pacers rivalry was during the era when Reggie Miller broke the hearts of Knicks fans each time he entered The Garden and Oakley and Mason broke the faces of any man who tried to drive the lane. [ESPN]
• Fed Ex Forum, home of the Memphis Grizzlies, was briefly evacuated after a water pipe busted in the third quarter, setting off the fire alarms in the arena. Play resumed and the Grizzlies marched to soggy victory over the Clippers. [Baltimore Sun]
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