The LowDown: Adrien Broner, Danny Green, Doc Rivers, Nik Wallenda, AND MUCH MORE!

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The Problem, Adrien Broner. (Credit: The Boxing Observer)

Welcome to another thrilling, amazing,  incredibly awesome edition of The LowDown for June 24, 2013. As usual, there’s plenty to talk about in the wide world of sports as we begin the week. Check out all the recent headlines!

Boxer Adrien Broner took his opponent, the overrated Paul Malignaggi, to the cleaners on Saturday night in Brooklyn. Broner dominated the fight although the official scoring was a split-decision. Riiight. Anyway, Broner took it a step further by saying he left the fight with Malignaggi’s belt AND his girl. (Larry Brown Sports)

Danny Green ended up at the same night club as the Miami Heat team that had just beaten his San Antonio Spurs for the NBA championship. Some thought he was partying with the Heat, but LeBron James put and end to that notion. (Los That Sports Blog)

After weeks of talks and confusion about what is legal and what isn’t, the Los Angeles Clippers have finally lured former Boston Celtics coach Doc Rivers to the West Coast in exchange for a first round pick. (Los That Sports Blog)

Daredevil Nik Wallenda completed an unbelievable and heart wrenching tight rope walk over the Grand Canyon on Sunday. He now has his sights set on his next feat: a walk over Manhattan. (The Other Paper)

Another NFL fanatic has emerged from the wood works, as a guy got some serious San Francisco 49ers ink across his upper back. View the picture here —> (Sports-Kings)

The Big Tuna, Bill Parcells, has expressed remorse for the manner in which he left the New England Patriots organization in 1996. See why. (NESN)

In a cliche and predictable move, my Lockdown Lady of the day is none other than teen sensation turned sex symbol, Miley Cyrus. Miley came in at #1 on the 2013 Maxim Hot 100 list.

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