Steph Curry Gets Ankles Broken By Caddie at Golf Tournament

Steph Curry can't even let his guard down in the offseason … 'cause the dude's getting challenged WHEREVER he goes — even on the golf course!! Curry was participating in the practice round at the American Century Championship celebrity golf tournament at Edgewood Tahoe on Thursday … when his own caddie grabbed a basketball and put the NBA superstar in a blender!! Curry's reaction is hilarious … the dude even reenacts his infamous mouthpiece toss from the 2016 NBA Finals!! (Obviously, Curry was in on the joke … but, it's still really funny) BTW — there's a TON of athletes competing in the tourney Friday — from Sean Payton to Jared Goff to Vince Carter. But, they didn't get crossed up

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LeBron James and some of the NBA’s biggest stars reportedly have ‘disdain’ toward Stephen Curry that he doesn’t understand

Stephen Curry is one of the best, most well-respected, and most popular players in the NBA, but his quick rise in the league reportedly rubbed some of his peers the wrong way. In 2017, Marcus Thompson of The Athletic, author of the book "Golden: The Miraculous Rise of Steph Curry," explained to "The Big Lead with Jason McIntyre" that Curry is not all that popular with some of the league's biggest stars, including LeBron James. "There's this thing there with he and LeBron that's a little weird," Thompson said. According to Thompson, James and Curry were close from Curry's days at Davidson to his early years in the league. Thompson said James was "like a mentor" to Curry, but as Curry's game improved,

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Ann Curry Says She Reported Matt Lauer for Sexual Harassment in 2012 on Behalf of a Colleague

Almost five months after he was terminated by NBC for alleged sexual misconduct, new allegations about former Today show anchor Matt Lauer are coming to light.

In a Washington Post report published Thursday, Lauer’s former co-anchor Ann Curry said she approached two members of NBC’s management team in 2012 after a female staffer at the network told her she was “sexually harassed physically” by Lauer.

The NBC staffer confirmed to the Post that she went to Curry with her complaint, but remained anonymous because she fears retaliation.

“A woman approached me and asked me tearfully if I could help her,” Curry told the newspaper. “She was afraid of losing her job … I believed her.”

Curry said the woman implored that she not reveal her name to anyone and she obliged — but she did specifically name Lauer in her conversation with management.

“I told management they had a problem and they needed to keep an eye on him and how he deals with women,” she said. (PEOPLE has reached out to Curry and Lauer for further comment.)

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Curry, who reportedly has a non-disclosure agreement with the company, declined to name the management officials she says she approached. An NBC spokesman told the Post the company has no record of her warning and said there was no mention of it in Lauer’s personnel file, noting that current NBC News chairman Andy Lack was not at the network at the time.

After barely a year co-hosting Today with Lauer, Curry, 61, left the NBC morning show in 2012 — the same year she says she reported Lauer. Her exit was a painful ordeal that came complete with gossip-column speculation that her firing had been due in part to a lack of “chemistry” with Lauer, 60, and amid reports that he had played a part in forcing her out. (NBC sources have told PEOPLE falling ratings were to blame.)

Curry told the Post there was “pervasive verbal sexual harassment at NBC” but that she understands reluctance to report harassment.

“This is one of the problems when we talk about corporations with an HR department being under leadership of someone who might or might not be accused,” she said. “How are they going to complain about it if they are accusing someone who is overseeing the department that is supposed to protect them?”

“Do you have a system that allows those who feel they have been victimized to air their complaints without fear they will lose their jobs?” she added. “I don’t know a company that does.”

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Lauer provided the newspaper with a statement on Wednesday, his first since he initially addressed his firing in November.

“I have made no public comments on the many false stories from anonymous or biased sources that have been reported about me over these past several months,” he said. “I remained silent in an attempt to protect my family from further embarrassment and to restore a small degree of the privacy they have lost.”

“But defending my family now requires me to speak up,” he continued. “I fully acknowledge that I acted inappropriately as a husband, father and principal at NBC. However I want to make it perfectly clear that any allegations or reports of coercive, aggressive or abusive actions on my part, at any time, are absolutely false.”

An insider previously told PEOPLE that Lauer was let go due to sexual misconduct throughout 2014 with a female staffer, including at the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. Women have also anonymously accused Lauer of sexual harassment and assault in reports published by Variety and The New York Times.

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Since his termination, Lauer has been lying low in the Hamptons — and a source close to him recently told PEOPLE that he remains “truly devastated” over the situation that ended his career at NBC.

Speaking to PEOPLE in January, Curry opened up about her reaction to Lauer’s firing, saying she felt “outrage” that such alleged misconduct was tolerated and “tremendous empathy for the victims.”

But she certainly isn’t one to gloat, even amid the downfall of a man once depicted as her nemesis.

“I’m not a vengeful person,” she said. “I know what it’s like to be humiliated. I just don’t want to play a part in anyone else’s humiliation.”

“I wish I could say that I was celebrating,” she added. “But actually I immediately checked myself. Because I knew women had suffered.”


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Japanese Restaurant Selling Poo-Flavored Curry

If there ever was a restaurant destined to get crappy reviews, its Curry Shop Shimizu.

The Tokyo-based eatery opened earlier this month with the house specialty being “poo-flavored curry.”

To be fair, the dish doesn’t contain any actual poop, just natural ingredients like green tea, bitter gourd and cocoa powder that, when combined, looks and tastes similar to human defecation, OddityCentral.com reports.

To enhance the illusion, the caca curry is served in a porcelain bowl meant to resemble a bedpan — bottoms up!

 The poo-flavored curry is the brainchild of executive chef Ken Shimizu, who designed the defecation dish to remind people of his other line of work: As a male porn actor who has eaten feces in some of his filmsSo , according to Kotaku.com.

None of the Japanese publications reporting on the poo curry have actually said if it tastes like, er, crap.

But even if the food is better than it looks, sounds or smells, Curry Shop Shimizu will have an uphill battle convincing consumers to have a bite of bile.

The restaurant’s own market research suggests that 85 percent of people would never go, based on the description of the food, according to RocketNews24.com.

That doesn’t mean poop doesn’t have a place at the restaurant table.

Toilet-themed restaurants where guests sit on toilets and eat non-poop-flavored dishes out of bedpans are popular all over Asia, and starting to get a foothold in America.

In October 2013, the Magic Restroom Cafe opened in the City of Industry, California, where it sells appetizing menu items like “golden poop rice,” a “black poop” chocolate sundae, “smells-like-poop” (braised pork over rice),” and “bloody number two” (vanilla-strawberry sundae).

 

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