3 things we approve: Caricature shirts, Curry's kicks, taking the high road

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Flip Side: Penguins Win Stanley Cup

It's much more enjoyable to talk about the things you enjoy than the things you dislike, right? Right. So before your Monday gets started, here's a quick rundown of sports things that we've enjoyed from the weekend.

First up, we have the Stanley Cup champion Pittsburgh Penguins. After failing to clinch the title at home on Thursday, the Penguins returned to San Jose Sunday with a 3-2 series lead and used a clinical display of hockey to ensure the championship would not require a decisive seventh game.

It marked the fourth time in franchise history that Pittsburgh won the coveted Stanley Cup but just like the previous three (1991, 1992 and 2009) they had to celebrate on the road.

The best part? THESE T-SHIRTS!

This kind of swag always make us think of the good ole days when they weren't cool throwbacks. Like, when people would wear this Patrick Ewing or Magic Johnson shirt around with a straight face.

If you pick this up, your friends would definitely give you a ...

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Next up, we have Stephen Curry's new Under Armour sneakers.

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Everybody on Twitter was insulting the plain white kicks by calling them 'dad' or 'grandpa' shoes -- and while some were downright hilarious, we don't totally get it. They're not THAT ugly. In fact, we approve of them and so does the MVP, who said they are 'fire.'

What do you think? It's not like you're going to wear these with khakis. Or with a fanny pack. Or with dad jeans.

Wait.

Ah, we see it now.

Nevermind. This thumbs up is for the jokes.

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Next up, we have LeBron James taking the high road.

Golden State Warriors guard Klay Thompson added to the ongoing saga between LeBron and Draymond Green on Sunday, saying that James stepped over Green in Game 4 because his feelings were hurt.

And the response was awesome:

So, yes, we will see Beastmode LeBron during Monday's Game 5.

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