The Social Climber: LA Kings Come Back From 2 Goals Down - Again

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LA Kings Come Back From 2 Goals Down - Again
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PHOTO: Dustin Brown #23 of the Los Angeles Kings and Mike Richards #10 celebrate Browns double overtime game winner against the New York Rangers on June 7, 2014 in Los Angeles, Calif.
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The Los Angeles Kings are on a crusade to prove a two-goal lead is the worst thing you can have in a hockey game.

The Kings came back from two goals down for the third straight game to beat the New York Rangers in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final on Saturday night. Kings captain Dustin Brown scored the double-overtime winner and the Kings won 5-4.

"I think the way we play, everyone is talking about how we come back," Brown said after the game. "I think it's more how we turn the tide of the game over the course of the game. We're not worried about scoring the game-winning goal. We're worried about just playing our game, grinding away. It starts with one [goal]. That's what our mentality is. Whether we're down two, up two, the situation doesn't change for us. Where we have faltered is at the start of games -- the last three games, really."

Game 3 is Monday.

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Former Basketball Star Made Dean's List Without Going to Class
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PHOTO: North Carolina coach Roy Williams is shown chatting with Rashad McCants after defeating Wisconsin 88-82 to win the NCAA East Regional in Syracuse, N.Y., March 27, 2005.
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Apparently it's pretty easy to make the dean's list at the University of North Carolina - granted you're a basketball star.

Former North Carolina Tar Heel Rashad McCants told ESPN's "Outside the Lines" that he made the dean's list despite not attending his four classes.

"I thought it was a part of the college experience, just like watching it on a movie from 'He Got Game' or 'Blue Chips,'" McCants told ESPN.

The NCAA recently sanctioned UNC's football program after reports of widespread academic fraud at the university.

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Eva Green's 'Sin City' Poster Deemed Too Sinful
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PHOTO: The “Sin City 2” poster featuring Eva Green is being reworked to comply with the Motion Picture Association of America, according to EW.
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The Eva Green movie poster for the upcoming comic book flick "Sin City 2" was really living up to its name.

According to Entertainment Weekly, the poster was deemed too racy by the Motion Picture Association of America and the studio is reworking it to show a little less of Green and leave a little more to the audience's imagination.

“She’s a femme fatale,” Green told EW about the character.

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Katy Perry Opens Up About John Mayer
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PHOTO: In this file photo, John Mayer, left, and Katy Perry, right, are pictured, Jan. 28, 2014, in Culver City, Calif.
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It's been three months since Katy Perry and John Mayer called it quits, and the songbird is finally opening up about how it ended.

"I’m living in the now and not fantasizing about the past," Perry told Chelsea Handler in the upcoming issues of Cosmopolitan magazine. "I have a lot of respect for [John] still, and I know it goes both ways. There’s no bad blood, but I’m sure there will be inspired songs."

ABC News has more of the interview right here.

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Randy Travis Appears at Dolly Parton's Concert
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PHOTO: Randy Travis performs on June 7, 2013 in Nashville, Tenn.
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It was a return to country music for singer Randy Travis, who suffered a stroke last year.

Travis attended Dolly Parton's concert in Thackerville, Oklahoma, on Saturday and was all smiles as Parton gave him a special shout-out, according to People. Travis later joined Parton backstage.

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