Linsanity, Part II: Jeremy Lin racked up 29 points Monday night—15 of them in the first quarter—to help the Charlotte Hornets stun the San Antonio Spurs, even though the Spurs led by 23 points after the first half.
HIGHLIGHTS: Jeremy Lin 林書豪's 29-point performance in the 91-88 victory over the San Antonio Spurs! #SASatCHA
Posted by Charlotte Hornets on Monday, March 21, 2016
Get Your Guac: Chipotle is offering its customers free chips and guac if they win the digital game "Guac Hunter"—yes, kinda silly, we know—from March 31 to April 10. It's more difficult than it looks, but don't sweat it if you fail—they'll chip you a free coupon for trying. [Restaurant News]
Bayern's Magical Mystery Tour: FC Bayern, the most dominant team in Germany's Bundesliga, is set to embark on a summer barnstorming tour of the U.S., the team announced Tuesday. Dubbed the Audi Summer Tour 2016, the team will face off against other international powerhouses in three matches: AC Milan on July 27 at Chicago's Soldier Field, Inter Milan on July 30 at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, and rivals Real Madrid at Metlife Stadium on August 3.
Bienvenidos: The Tampa Bay Rays are playing a friendly game against the Cuban National Team on Tuesday at Havana's Estadio Latinoamericano as part of the U.S. goodwill tour there. Opening pitch is at 2 p.m. ET. [MLB]
It Even Makes Phone Calls!: Apple unveiled its new iPhone SE at a press event on Monday. With a 4-inch screen, it's about the same size as the old iPhone 5S—smaller than the 6 or 6S—but performs just as well as the newer models. [CNET]
"It's Really In Your Face": Jimmy Fallon and Jake Gyllenhaal got a little messy for their Tonight Show sketch on Monday.
Point Pleasant Police Department with Jake Gyllenhaal
Jimmy and Jake Gyllenhaal revisit their cop show from the '80s where the situations tended to get a bit messy.
Posted by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Monday, March 21, 2016
Kevin Spacey... in Space: The origins of #SpaceyinSpace may be a secret to all but the Florida Panthers locker room, but at least one other person is in on the joke: Kevin Spacey himself, who stopped by the Panthers-Red Wings game in a "Spacey Facey" mask before the crowd realized he was in attendance. [ESPN]
— Florida Panthers (@FlaPanthers) March 20, 2016
But Can He Skydive into a Pile of Hay?: Check out this new image from the upcoming Assassin's Creed movie starring Michael Fassbender:
Sorry, But: Despite what you may hear around the Internet this morning, that rumor about the Step Brothers sequel is false—director Adam McKay never even implied it could happen. [The Independent]
And Now: An important motivational workout message from Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson.
Funny how things come back full circle. When I was 14 me and family were evicted from our 1 bedroom efficiency and forced to leave the state of Hawaii. At that time I made a promise to myself to do everything I could to work extremely hard to make sure we never see another eviction notice again. The only action I could take as a 14yr old punk kid was go straight to the YMCA and hit the iron. At that time all my heroes were big strong dudes who were successful - Eastwood, Arnold, NFL players and Pro Wrestling icons. That's why it was so cool for me to go back to the YMCA this past week, train like an animal and remember where it all started for me. Funny thing I realized as I was training that I still wake up every morning at 4am to train with the mindset that "the wolf is always scratchin' at my door" and that f*cker is delivering another eviction notice. One day I'll get the proper psychiatric therapy I need ;), but until then let's always be hungry, humble and always be the hardest workers in the room. #WolfIsAlwaysScratchin #ButNotAt4am