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The Pulse: LeBron's Cramps Inspire Social Media Posts

King James had to be escorted to the bench and did not return to the game. Social media users quickly began mimicking his exit dramatic from the court.
This is The Pulse for Friday, June 6th!

NUMBER 5 - BEASTIE BOYS WIN LAWSUIT
According to Rolling Stone, a jury decided in favor of the Beastie Boys. The group sued Monster Energy Drink in 2012 for copyright infringement. A spokesperson for the company says it disagrees with the verdict and plans to appeal. Group member Adam "Ad-Rock" Horovitz made a statement saying he's happy about the decision and thanks the jury.

NUMBER 4 - LEBRON JAMES' CRAMPS INSPIRE SOCIAL MEDIA POSTS
During game one of the NBA finals between the Heat and Spurs, LeBron James gets heat cramps! Dwyane Wade and company had to escort LeBron to the bench. He didn't return to the game. Temperatures in the arena got up to over 90 degrees due to an air conditioner malfunctioning. The Spurs went on to win it. Pictures of people "LeBroning," or pretending to have heat cramps, have taken the internet by storm.

NUMBER 3 - CALIFORNIA CHROME TAKES AIM AT TRIPLE CROWN
Tomorrow California Chrome will line up at the starting gate of the Belmont Stakes eager to win the Triple Crown. The three-year-old colt has won his last six races, including the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness Stakes. If California Chrome wins, he will become the first California-bred horse to win the Triple Crown and the first Triple Crown winner since Affirmed, who won 36 years ago.

NUMBER 2 - HERO STUDENT STOPS GUNMAN
Authorities say they have found no connection between the alleged shooter and Seattle Pacific University, or any of his victims. Police say Aaron Ybarra, 26, fired a shotgun at students, killing one and injuring three others. According to officers, the rampage ended when student security guard, Jon Meis, sprayed Ybarra with pepper spray and tackled him. Meis is now being hailed as a hero who saved many lives.

NUMBER 1 - GEORGIA COURTHOUSE SHOOTING
A shooting at a Georgia courthouse leaves a deputy wounded and the gunman dead. It happened Friday morning in the town of Cumming, Georgia. Authorities say Dennis Marx intended to get in the front door and take hostages. The Forsyth County Sheriff says Marx threw gas grenades and was also armed with an assault rifle, and several explosive devices. A SWAT team killed Marx. The wounded deputy was shot in the leg and is expected to be okay. Marx was due in court to face marijuana and gun charges.
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