Starting Five: Paul George Out LeBrons Lebron

The Pacers' Paul George springs for 37 points, 21 of them in the fourth quarter Brian Spurlock/USA TODAY Sports/Reuters

1. By, George! (As opposed to, "Bye, George")

The Pacers' Paul George springs for 37 points, 21 of them in the fourth quarter, as Indiana ducks elimination until at least Friday night in Miami

2. No Harm, Five Fouls

In that same game, the world's greatest player, LeBron James, was held to seven points as he picked up three first-half fouls and five before the end of the third quarter. One of those whistles may even have been legitimate.

3. Double Overtime On Ice

Mrs. O'Leary's cow may have knocked over the lamp, but the Blackhawks lit it, in the 83rd minute, to force a Game 6 in Los Angeles in the NHL's Western Conference finals. Michal Handzus, who at 37 was the oldest player on ice, preserves the defending Stanley Cup champs' season with a backhand shot.

4. Fear the Lastros

The Houston Lastros, perpetual cellar dwellers no matter what league they find themselves in, win their fifth consecutive game. Rookie right fielder George Springer, who has nine home runs in May, hits his sixth home run in the past six games.

5. The Last—and Best—Don

A two-hour tribute to Don Rickles on Spike TV draws some of the biggest names in the business (Seinfeld, Letterman, Fey and Poehler, etc.) as comics and others try to out-Rickles the "Merchant of Venom." Robert DeNiro: "Dead is the average age of your fan base."