Every few weeks, I will put together a list of some of the most noteworthy Wikipedia edits from that period of time. Here’s today’s list.
After LeBron torched the Raptors for 43 points in Toronto to lead the Cavs to a blowout win in Game 2 of the Cavs/Raptors 2nd Round series, Canada’s biggest city was renamed LeBronto (Via Twitter/@LeBronTripleDub).
Looks like the information table on the Milwaukee Brewers’ team page underwent a few changes (via Twitter/@cujoknows)
INDY ELEVEN DEFENSEMAN BRAD RUSIN
Brad Rusin, a Defenseman for the Indy Eleven of the United Soccer league, apparently was a bit upset about something that happened during one of his recent games:
I can’t accept nor can I shake the hand of a group or person who dives and smiles, another who dances twice after a goal to be seen, or another who taunts me in my face when that player is no one I’ve ever heard of. Not the way you earn my respect and NEVER in my house…
— Brad Rusin (@BradfordRusin) May 3, 2018
Rusin’s “saltiness” was memorialized on his Wikipedia page (Via Twitter/@KickNaylor):
Some organizations/teams saw new owners take over during the past few weeks:
OKC THUNDER by DONOVAN MITCHELL
After Utah’s star rookie Donovan Mitchell led the Jazz to a 4-2 series win over Oklahoma City in the first round of the NBA Playoffs, Mitchell was named owner of the Thunder.
And…yup, the Thunder have a new owner. pic.twitter.com/LvrOeYdl0z
— 12up (@12upSport) April 28, 2018
MILWAUKEE BREWERS by WILMER FLORES
On April 15, after New York Mets infielder Wilmer Flores hit a walk-off home run to beat Milwaukee 3-2, he was declared owner of the Brewers (via Twitter/@tifbwalter).
DALLAS COWBOYS by DAVID AKERS
After Victor Oladipo scored 32 points to lead the Pacers to a 98-80 win over the Cavs in Game 1 of the teams’ first round playoff series, he was named the mayor of Indianapolis (via Twitter/@1070thefan):
In Game 1 of the first round Series between the Boston Celtics and Milwaukee Bucks, Celtics guard Terry Rozier hit a three pointer to give the Celtics the lead near the end of regulation after making a move that sent Bledsoe to the ground like he was on skates. The Celtics won the game in overtime, and Rozier was named Bledsoe’s father (via Twitter/@NadeauAidan):
Top Photo: Gregory Shamus/Getty Images
Fred Segal is an attorney from West Palm Beach, FL. He operates the popular Freezing Cold Takes twitter account (@OldTakesExposed) which highlights, among other things, hilarious unprophetic and inaccurate takes and predictions.