We do hope you were able to recharge yourselves over the weekend because another (loaded) work week is upon us!
And because we believe getting the brain conditioned for another busy five-day run is as important as eating six meals a day (midnight snacks, FTW!), here's another serving of all the news from the past few days every bro should know.
Read on for this week's edition of FHM's Best Of The Weekend!
HOUSTON (AND ATLANTA), WE HAVE A PROBLEM: Warriors and Cavaliers race to commanding leads in the NBA Conference Finals
Just when we thought the Rockets would finally win one in the Western Conference Finals with the series moving to Houston in Game 3, Steph Curry dropped 40 points on James Harden and co., proving once again why he's the league MVP and one of the best shooters of all time. The end result: A 35-point blowout win (115-80) by Golden State and more importantly, a 3-0 series lead.
Video via NBA Highlights
Video via NBA Playoffs
Over at the East, the Cavaliers made it 2-0 over the Hawks with a 94-82 win in Game 2 , thanks to LeBron's big double-double game (30 points 11 assists). We're smelling a Chef vs. The King Finals!
UPDATE: The Cavs also won a thrilling Game 3, 114-111, to take a 3-0 lead.
WHAT RETIREMENT: Manny Pacquiao could face Amir Khan in Dubai next year
Image via Fightnights.com
The latest buzz in the boxing world have it that Pacquiao could be facing current WBC Silver Welterweight champ Amir Khan (30 wins - 3 losses) next year in Dubai. Apparently, according to Pacquiao's promoter Bob Arum, the figures from the Pacquiao-Mayweather superbout attracted the attention of rich Middle Eastern backers, something that could truly make the fight a real possibility.
CHECK IT OUT: The second Fantastic Four trailer
The latest big screen reincarnation of Marvel's Fantastic Four is set to be released in August, and its newest trailer—which shows the film having a completely new cast as well as much more action than the first trailer—has just arrived.
Video via JoBlo Movie Trailers
Another day, another superhero teaser. We're not complaining though!
R.I.P: John Nash dies in a car crash
The world is now mourning the loss of John Nash, a famous mathematician whose works greatly advanced fields like economics, accounting, and even politics. Nash and his wife died in a car accident on May 23.
Image via News1130.com
Clueless on who he is? Nash, who also suffered from paranoid schizophrenia, was actually the inspiration for the 2001 movie A Beautiful Mind wherein Russell Crowe played the role of the troubled-yet-talented math genius. Now you know!
HARD-HITTING PRANK: Pro Muay Thai fighter babe pretends to be a nerdy noob at the gym
Remember the old saying "Don't judge a book by its cover?" The gym trainers in the video below learned this the hard (and painful) way when they mistook a nerdy-looking girl for a gym noob.
See for yourself:
Video via maxman.tv
So the next time you see an eyeglasses-wearing fellow in the gym, don't go ahead and dismiss him/her as a beginner, mkay? The result could be embarrassing.
RECORD-SETTING: The longest distance traveled on a real-life hoverboard
Yes, hoverboards are real, and is now part of the Guinness World Records, thanks to one Catalina Alexandru Duru who flew just over 905 feet on one.
Here's the record-setting stunt:
Video Guinness World Records
The hoverboard in the clip doesn't look like the one in the movie Back to the Future and uses wind power to elevate rather than some ultra-sci-fi concept like magnetic waves or force fields. But we'll take it. Whatever works, right?
CHANGE OF HEART: Justin Bieber's entertaining and funny car karaoke video
It's no secret that The Biebs is not among the most well-liked people today, but his recent video wherein he sings his hits and acts funny (minus the douchebaggery) together with English actor and host James Corden might just make you sing "Baby."
Video via The Late Late Show with James Corden
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