NBA: Free agency is in full swing. LaMarcus Aldridge, probably this year’s biggest free agent not named LeBron James, decided to head south and play for the San Antonio Spurs. Aldridge signed an $80 million, four-year contract. So far the Lakers have not been successful in luring a major free agent, but they are still making moves. They signed the 2014–2015 Sixth Man of the Year, Lou Williams, and, according to Yahoo’s Adrian Wojnarowski, are close to trading away Jeremy Lin to the Mavericks and nearing a trade to acquire Roy Hibbert from Indiana.
NHL: St. Louis Blues right wing T.J. Oshie was traded to the Washington Capitals. Five-year-old Blues super fan Libby Lu was devastated. Lu’s mother recorded her crying in her closet. “T.J. Oshie left the team,” Lu exclaimed from her hiding spot. Lu and her father were brought on SportsCenter and were surprised by Oshie on the phone. The only question Lu wanted to ask was if Oshie’s house has a pool with a diving board.
MLB: The 2015 MLB All-Star Game roster was announced Sunday. Four Royals players landed on the American League Roster. Miguel Cabrera, Matt Holliday and Giancarlo Stanton were also named to the All-Star rosters but won’t play due to injury.
NFL: Giants defensive end Justin Pierre-Paul was injured in a fireworks mishap at his home in Florida. Photos on Twitter suggest that Pierre-Paul bought so many fireworks he brought them home in a U-Haul Van. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported the athlete burned his palm and three fingers and could have nerve damage.