Rounding Up the Web's Best Sports Links So You Don't Have To.
This is your daily link roundup of our favorite sports and entertainment posts on the web for March 19.
• This bracket's pretty evenly matched: The 68 cheerleading squads of March Madness.
• Vin Scully meeting a koala. The Internet was created for things such as this.
• Here's a painting of George Washington dunking on Kim Jong-un, with Lincoln boxing out Stalin. I want this painting.
• Today's longform must-read: The Game that Saved March Madness. (Georgetown-Princeton, in case you're wondering.)
• Bruce Pearl arrived at Auburn like the Beatles at JFK. Auburn fans finally realized they have a basketball program.
• How the top 16 seeds fared against other tournament teams in the regular season. Hard to believe that Kansas played 20 games against tourney teams (12-8). They're well seasoned, I'd say.
• This LeBron assist defies description. So I won't describe it.
• Tom Brady and Gisele are selling their LA mansion for $50 mil. Seems a little steep, but it does have an infinity pool, which is nice.
• Here's a handy map showing what each state is worst at. My state has the most bankruptcy filings.
• Watch a Canadian college player go Reggie Miller with 12 points in less than 30 seconds.
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