This is your daily link roundup of our favorite sports and entertainment posts on the web for May 24.
• A-Rod sold his house for a whopping $30 million. It featured seven bedrooms, two docks, and probably one awesome centaur painting.
• LeBron James was a unanimous pick for the All-NBA team and Kobe Bryant earned his record-tying 11th first-team selection.
• Mike Krzyzewski is looking for some more gold bling. Coach K will remain as coach of the U.S. men's Olympic basketball team.
• Want to feel really, REALLY lazy? Just read about Yuichiro Miura, an 80-year-old dude who recently reached the top of Mount Everest.
• Paul Finebaum, the former syndicated radio host, joins ESPN and will be the "voice" of the SEC Network.
• It's official. J.J. Watt is much nicer than you.
• These 12 guys and a few lucky others know that the Amex Black card is nothing in comparison to baseball’s golden ticket.
• Wondering when and where SEC bowl games will take place this season? Wonder no more.
• Buffalo Bills running back CJ Spiller plays football. But some days, he ponders the character development in “SpongeBob SquarePants.”
• Tip of the Day: If you score a soccer goal, don't take off your pants to celebrate.
• Model/actress Elsa Pataky returns to the big screen in Fast & Furious 6. She is fabulous.
• Ever wondered what Shaq would sound like singing a Rihanna song? Wonder no more.
• Bad news for 49ers fans. The team's leading wide receiver Michael Crabtree had surgery to repair a torn right Achilles tendon. He could miss the entire season.
• Great news for Packers fans. Bears great Brian Urlacher is hanging up his cleats for good.
• Could Alabama take on Texas A&M for the BCS Championship? At least one writer seems to think so.
• Check out this super dad as he makes a sweet bare-handed catch of a foul ball as he's walking down the stairs while holding his son.
• We didn't think it possible for Rex Ryan to be more disappointed in Mark Sanchez, but apparently he is.
• MLB.com has a new 404 error page. We approve.
• Todd Gurley vs. TJ Yeldon: Which young RB is superior?
• The Cincinnati Bearcats baseball team seems to be having a lot of fun during post-game interviews. A lot.
• G'day mate! To celebrate it being Australia Day (I just made that up), here's a look at one of our favorite Australians, model Jessica Cribbon.
• Even blindfolded Johnny Manziel can throw a football way better than you.
• At 21, Mike Trout became the youngest player to hit for the cycle since Mel Ott with the New York Giants in 1929.
• Our preseason Top 25 countdown unleashes the Clemson Tigers today. They roar onto the list at No. 6.
• Sad news. ESPN is laying off hundreds of employees.
• Our Nice Guy Award goes to Kevin Durant, who's giving $1 million to Red Cross in Oklahoma City.
• Who are the top players returning to the SEC this year? Here's a look.
• Eric Spoto can bench press 722 pounds. Apparently all you need is some smelling salt and short arms. You be the judge.
• We hope you're sitting down for this one. Apparently many hot celebrities were once hot cheerleaders.
• We don't understand how, but Alabama's shattered 2011 national title trophy sold for a whopping $105,000.
• Prepare football fans. It looks like the NFL Draft could be moving to May.
• Jose Canseco is playing pro baseball again. Seriously.
• This week's Dumbass Award goes to Washington Nationals pitcher Ryan Mattheus who got mad, punched his locker and broke his pitching hand.
• The Cleveland Browns are gearing up to punt the ball down opponents’ throats. At least that's what the Onion thinks.
• Think you're tough? Check out the 100 toughest athletes in sports.
• It's a story as old as mankind. A poor Cubs fan tries to save his wife from getting hit by a home run ball, and she dumps beer on his head.
• This is awesome. Texas A&M's Heisman-winning QB Johnny Manziel is spending some of his free time helping a boy battling cancer.
• Hop aboard the wayback machine and check out this '80s Bears poster.
• The Dodgers Matt Kemp is helping out his tornado-ravaged hometown of Oklahoma City by donating $1,000 for every home run he hits until the All-Star break.
• How devastating were the tornadoes? Here's amateur footage. (Want to help out? Here's how.)
• We're pretty sure you're going to flip out over our Boise State Cheerleaders gallery. (See what we did there?)
• Ray Rice had some fun at his own expense yesterday, when he posted this picture, asking "y'all catch the Preakness yesterday?"
• Speaking of wide receivers, Saturday Down South looks at the best receiving tandems in the SEC.
• Remember 7-year-old Jack Hoffman, the kid with brain cancer who scored a touchdown during Nebraska's spring game? Looks like he has his own football card.
• Our Top 25 countdown keeps on chugging along with Texas A&M taking the No. 9 spot. Choo choo!
• A look at some of the all-time funniest photos you'll see in the history of today.
• Confession: We have no idea who Miguel is. That said, he went full WWE during last night's Billboard Music Awards, and nearly took out one of his fans. It was an epic fail.
• If you missed Game 1 of the NBA Western Conference Finals, where (spoiler alert) the Spurs blew out the Grizzlies, you can watch the GIF recap to fill in all the blanks.
• Since the 2013 college football season hasn't arrived yet, we'll have to settle for looking back to last year. Here are the SEC's five best offensive plays of 2012.
• There are blowouts, and then there are BLOWOUTS! Here are the 50 biggest.
• Pitcher Phil Coke of the Detroit Tigers does his best Miguel Cabrera impersonation. Enjoy.