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CC Sabathia was fired up after getting Josh Reddick out  

CC Sabathia gave the New York Yankees exactly what they needed in Game 3 of the ALCS on Monday. Sabathia went six scoreless against the Houston Astros, allowing just three hits and four walks while striking out five for the win. He got into a tough spot during the top of the sixth with his team up 8-0. Sabathia allowed a leadoff infield single to Carlos Correa. He got the next two batters out, but Marwin Gonzalez reached on an error, allowing Correa to move to third. That brought Josh Reddick

2017-10-17 03:57:14
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Eight things the college football polls got wrong for Week 8  

What was expected to be a rather straightforward weekend of college football turned into a carnage on Saturday as upset after upset went down across the country. We watched as a trio of unbeatens fell, all of whom had been in the top ten — Clemson, Washington, and Washington State. Another highly-ranked team in Auburn went down in a shocking defeat as well. There’s a lot to sift through with the polls this week — and be warned, the coaches did not have the greatest week. Why P

2017-10-17 03:26:21
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Pandora offers LeBron James premium subscription after funny comments  

Pandora saw an opportunity for some great publicity, and they took their shot. LeBron James did a joint interview with Dwyane Wade on ESPN recently and the two talked about how cheap James is. The Cleveland Cavaliers star says he doesn’t buy apps, doesn’t incur roaming/data charges internationally, and he still has Pandora with commercials. LeBron James the penny-pincher. pic.twitter.com/bOEb61EWSJ — ESPN (@espn) October 15, 2017 Pandora is a music streaming service that pl

2017-10-17 02:47:39
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Kings rookie De’Aaron Fox not a fan of beloved California burger chain  

Sacramento Kings rookie De’Aaron Fox isn’t exactly ingratiating himself with his new fans. Fox conducted an interview with Rolling Stone in which he shared some strong, controversial takes on food. Specifically, Fox revealed that he isn’t a fan of beloved California burger chain, In-N-Out Burger. In the interview, he called In-N-Out “not good”, “overrated”, and even said he hated it. My Q&A with De'Aaron Fox: Click for video game talk, stay for th

2017-10-17 02:04:55
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Twitter reacts to Aaron Judge crashing into wall at Yankee Stadium  

A catch by Aaron Judge during Game 3 of this year’s ALCS turned into quite the talking point on social media. During the top of the fourth inning, Yuli Gurriel hit a fly ball off of C.C. Sabathia to right field that sent Aaron Judge racing towards the outfield wall. Judge timed his leap and made great catch prior to crashing into the fence and taking a tumble. Great catch from Aaron Judge pic.twitter.com/FhOvNRz9zh — Rob Lopez (@r0bato) October 17, 2017 Judge has, of course, made

2017-10-17 02:03:37
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Ed Orgeron not too pumped to face former school Ole Miss  

Ole Miss was the first school to give Ed Orgeron a head coaching job before they eventually fired him after his third season on the job. You might think that Orgeron would hold some bitterness towards Ole Miss, but that is not the case. Now the head coach at LSU, Orgeron is getting set to face the Rebels on Saturday in Oxford. He doesn’t think much of returning to Oxford because he’s all about LSU — the school he always wanted to coach. LSU's Ed Orgeron told me the Ole Mi...

2017-10-17 01:17:50
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Todd Frazier gives Yankees first lead of series with 3-run home run  

And just like that, the New York Yankees got themselves right back into the ALCS. Todd Frazier went opposite field on a 3-run home run in the bottom of the second inning of Game 3 against the Houston Astros Monday night to put the Yankees up 3-0 in the game. Frazier really reached out for the pitch and did a fantastic job driving it considering how low and away it was in the zone. His home run gave them their first lead of the series: Frazier's 3rd HR in 18 career at bats against Charlie Mor...

2017-10-17 00:55:38
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Nuggets to sign Richard Jefferson, waive Jameer Nelson  

Richard Jefferson did not take long to find a new home after being traded to Atlanta and then waived. ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski reported Monday that Jefferson agreed to a one-year, $2.3 million deal with the Denver Nuggets after clearing waivers. Jefferson was traded to the Hawks on Friday, who promptly waived him. Denver needs to clear a roster spot in order to sign Jefferson. Woj says they are expected to waive guard Jameer Nelson to make it happen. Denver will likely waive guard Jame

2017-10-17 00:40:15
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Report: Mets hitting coach Kevin Long is early favorite to become team’s manager  

Terry Collins’ successor may be coming from in-house. Buster Olney of ESPN reported on Monday that New York Mets hitting coach Kevin Long is seen as the early favorite to become the team’s manager. As Mets' process begins, Kevin Long regarded as favorite, as Alex Cora is in Boston (as reported Saturday) — Buster Olney (@Buster_ESPN) October 16, 2017 The 50-year-old Long has served as the hitting coach of the Mets since 2015. He previously held the same position with the

2017-10-16 22:11:36
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Joe Maddon delivers classic quote about not pitching Wade Davis in Game 2  

Joe Maddon made one of the more puzzling decisions of the MLB postseason on Sunday night when he chose not to bring closer Wade Davis into the 9th inning of a tie game, and the Chicago Cubs manager had an awesome way of explaining himself the following day. When asked on Tuesday about his questionable decision to pitch John Lackey — who gave up a three-run homer to lose the game — instead of Davis, Maddon had a colorful response. Joe Maddon on getting Wade Davis up and then in last

2017-10-16 22:09:48
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Butch Jones has head-scratching quote about Tennessee’s loss to South Carolina  

Butch Jones is either the most or the least woke person on the entire planet. After his team fell to South Carolina 15-9 on Saturday, the Tennessee head coach delivered an odd quote about the defeat, per Wes Rucker of GoVols247. Butch: We did everything to win the South Carolina game except score touchdowns. — Wes Rucker (@wesrucker247) October 16, 2017 For what it’s worth, the Vols held South Carolina well below their season average in points per game and came within a late goal-

2017-10-16 21:10:51
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Dan Quinn: Falcons need to get Julio Jones the ball more  

The Atlanta Falcons have failed to reach the same heights that they did in 2016, and part of that has been down to wide receiver Julio Jones’s decreased contributions. Jones has just one red zone target this season and has yet to grab a touchdown, and though he’s still getting catches, he was only targeted seven times on Sunday against the Miami Dolphins — a disappointing total for one of the game’s best receivers. Coach Dan Quinn knows that must change. “No,”

2017-10-16 20:57:36
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Teddy Bridgewater to reportedly be taken off PUP, practice Wednesday  

Minnesota Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater was reportedly cleared by a doctor on Monday, and it appears the team expects to have him back on the practice field this week. According to ESPN’s Chris Mortensen, the Vikings are planning to remove Bridgewater from the PUP list and have him practice on Wednesday. Vikings will in fact take Teddy Bridgewater off PUP and plan for him to practice Wednesday. — Chris Mortensen (@mortreport) October 16, 2017 Now that Bridgewater has been

2017-10-16 18:50:09
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Kendrick Perkins to join Cavaliers’ G-League team  

It’s not often that you see an NBA veteran head to the developmental league, but that’s what’s happening in the case of Kendrick Perkins. Perkins was cut by the Cleveland Cavaliers at the end of training camp. However, he is sticking with the franchise and has agreed to a deal with the Canton Charge of the G-League, which is the Cavs’ affiliate, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. The 32-year-old center has not played in the NBA since the 2015-2016 season when

2017-10-16 18:44:11
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Steve Kerr holding off on new contract due to health issues  

Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr would love to stay with the team long-term — he just needs to make sure his body will allow it. The Warriors have made no secret of the fact that they want to keep Kerr for as long as possible, and Kerr wants to keep coaching — but his back issues have lingered for a good part of his tenure and he doesn’t wish to commit to a new deal only to find out that physical limitations would keep him from fulfilling his end of it. “I know I e

2017-10-16 18:36:35
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Colin Kaepernick’s mom fires back after Urban Meyer’s wife criticizes QB  

Shelley Meyer, the wife of Ohio State football coach Urban Meyer, took to Twitter on Sunday to share some of her thoughts on Colin Kaepernick and the free agent quarterback’s political stances. Not surprisingly, Kaepernick’s mother is one of the many people who disagree with Meyer’s opinion. After news surfaced on Sunday that Kaepernick has filed a grievance against the NFL accusing the league’s owners of collusion, Shelley Meyer responded to a news article on Twitter by

2017-10-16 17:49:27
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Report: LaMarcus Aldridge, Spurs discussing extension  

The San Antonio Spurs are reportedly working on locking down one of their more prominent players. Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reported Monday that the Spurs and big man LaMarcus Aldridge are engaged in contract talks. LaMarcus Aldridge and the San Antonio Spurs are engaged in talks on a contract extension, league sources tell ESPN. — Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) October 16, 2017 Aldridge had joined the Spurs in 2015 and has two years remaining on his original deal. The 32-year-old made

2017-10-16 17:32:38
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Report: Cavs will honor Kyrie Irving with video tribute on opening night  

Kyrie Irving may have blindsided the Cleveland Cavaliers when he demanded to be traded this offseason, but the team is reportedly going to take the high road when the star point guard comes to town on the NBA’s opening night. According to Joe Vardon of Cleveland.com, the Cavs are planning to honor Irving on Tuesday night with a video montage when the Boston Celtics visit Quicken Loans Arena. The video is intended to serve as a “thank you” for Irving after he spent six seasons

2017-10-16 17:25:31
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NFL insists Ezekiel Elliott suspension is ‘in place’ until further notice  

A federal court of appeals reinstated Ezekiel Elliott’s suspension last week, but there have been reports that the Dallas Cowboys running back is still eligible to play until his petition for a rehearing is resolved. The NFL insists those reports are inaccurate. On Monday, NFL spokesman Joe Lockhart said Elliott’s six-game ban is “in place” even if there are more legal issues to sort out in the coming days. NFL spokesman Lockhart: Ezekiel Elliott suspension "remains in

2017-10-16 17:08:46
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Ex-BC football player says he has video proof of X-rated recruiting parties  

The Louisville basketball program was placed on probation last year and head coach Rick Pitino was suspended five games stemming from allegations that parties involving strippers and alcohol were thrown for recruits, but one former football player says such events are common in college athletics. Jamall Anderson, who was a running back at Boston College in the 1990s, says he committed credit card fraud to help fund parties for BC recruits that involved strippers and underage alcohol consumption

2017-10-16 16:20:49
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Charles Barkley has hilarious quote about inevitable Cavs-Warriors Finals  

The NBA’s biggest problem these days is keeping the intrigue up even when a fourth consecutive Cavaliers-Warriors NBA Final looks inevitable. For Charles Barkley, the hard part is pretending that something else could happen. The TNT analyst told Marc Stein of the New York Times that the most difficult part of his job will be pretending that someone will trip Golden State or Cleveland up on the way to the NBA Finals. “The toughest thing for me is I have to get on TV and fake it for s

2017-10-16 16:04:56
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Steelers reportedly do not plan to trade Martavis Bryant  

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Martavis Bryant is said to be unhappy with his current situation, but the team is reportedly not exploring trade possibilities for him at this time. In response to a report that claimed Bryant has asked the Steelers to deal him, a source told ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler that the Steelers “value” Bryant and that it is unlikely they will shop him around. Early indications are the Steelers do not plan on trading Martavis Bryant, according to sources, o

2017-10-16 15:28:21
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15 biggest disappointments of NFL Week 6  

Week 6 of the NFL season was filled with wild games, strange plays, and a frustrating amount of injuries, including several major ones to prominent players. While there was no shortage of superb performances, there were also a number of major disappointments as well — both on and off the field. Here’s a look at the 15 biggest disappointments that came out of Week 6. Atlanta Falcons Given how bad the Miami offense has been this season, you really would have thought Atlanta’s 17

2017-10-16 03:51:33
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Joe Maddon explains why he did not bring Wade Davis into Game 2  

Joe Maddon gave us one of the great head-scratching decisions of the postseason when he opted not to pitch Wade Davis during a tie game on Sunday and instead let John Lackey pitch in a critical situation, which backfired. Jon Lester started for the Chicago Cubs in Game 2 of the NLCS and went 4.2 innings, allowing one run. Carl Edwards Jr. went 1.1 scoreless innings and was followed by Pedro Strop, who also threw a scoreless frame. Then came Brian Duensing, who maintained the 1-1 score until the

2017-10-16 03:44:57
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Dodgers fan makes impressive catch on Justin Turner walk-off homer  

Justin Turner turned two people into legends with his walk-off home run to beat the Chicago Cubs in Game 2 of the NLCS on Sunday night. Turner will forever be remembered positively by Dodgers fans after his walk-off 3-run home run to win the game 4-1. So to will the fan who moved across a tarped off area of the outfield to snag the homer and make a perfect catch on the fly: We don't believe what we just saw! #NLCS pic.twitter.com/sJkKJhk3WU — MLB (@MLB) October 16, 2017 That catch was...

2017-10-16 03:25:44
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Justin Turner almost did a Kirk Gibson after walk-off home run  

Justin Turner delivered a major home run on Sunday night that Dodgers fans will remember for a long time. Turner crushed a 3-run walk-off home run to beat the Chicago Cubs in Game 2 of the NLCS 4-1. Turner’s big blow was actually the first walk-off home run for the Dodgers in the postseason since Kirk Gibson’s famous homer off Dennis Eckersley in the 1988 World Series. After the game, Turner, who grew up a Dodgers fan, said he considered pulling a Gibson fist/arm pump around the bas

2017-10-16 03:13:47
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Al Michaels cracks Harvey Weinstein joke on ‘SNF’  

Al Michaels is a veteran sports announcer who has a great feel for the action and has delivered many memorable calls over the years. The joke he cracked during “Sunday Night Football” between the New York Giants and Denver Broncos was not one of his better moments. Midway through the third quarter, Michaels cracked that the “Giants are coming off a worse week than Harvey Weinstein.” Al Michaels with a Harvey Weinstein "joke." pic.twitter.com/iMq6tg0THR — Jordan He

2017-10-16 02:53:56
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Andrew Bogut admits Lonzo Ball is ‘complete opposite to what I thought’  

Andrew Bogut is quickly learning that Lonzo Ball the teammate is entirely separate from Lonzo Ball the brand. In an interview with Roy Ward of the Canberra Times that ran Sunday, the LA Lakers veteran big admitted that Ball is nothing like he expected him to be. “All the hype with what his dad has done with the brand means people want to knock him down,” said Bogut of the rookie guard. “People love it, people hate it. Fortunately that reflects on Lonzo as well, but he is the c

2017-10-16 02:30:35
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Brock Osweiler enters game for injured Trevor Siemian  

Brock Osweiler on Sunday saw his first action as a Denver Broncos quarterback since the 2015 season. Osweiler entered Sunday’s game against the New York Giants as an injury replacement for Trevor Siemian late in the first half. Siemian had thrown a pick-six and injured himself attempting to make a tackle. He was termed questionable to return to the game. Osweiler entered as the Broncos’ QB after the Siemian injury and went 2 of 4 for 18 yards before the half ended. Osweiler was dra

2017-10-16 02:02:36
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Todd Gurley backs ‘GOAT’ Adrian Peterson  

Adrian Peterson’s performance in his first game with the Cardinals led to Todd Gurley urging doubters to not disrespect the future Hall of Famer. After an unproductive four games with the Saints, Peterson was traded to the Cardinals last week for a draft pick. In his first appearance with Arizona, Peterson turned back the clock to his days with the Vikings. The Cardinals defeated the Buccaneers on Sunday 38-33 and Peterson played a big part in the victory. He carried the ball 26 times for

2017-10-16 01:45:38
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Report: Martavis Bryant requested trade from Steelers  

Martavis Bryant requested a trade from the Pittsburgh Steelers recently, according to a report. NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport shares the news on Bryant, and says the wide receiver has made it known he is unhappy. Sources: #Steelers playmaking WR Martavis Bryant recently requested a trade. His teammates and coaches are well aware that he's unhappy. — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) October 16, 2017 The Steelers have stood by Bryant, a third-round pick in 2014, despite all of his suspensions....

2017-10-16 01:35:35
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Ben Roethlisberger: ‘I guess this cowboy has a little left in him’  

Ben Roethlisberger had a different attitude after this week’s win over the Chiefs than he had after last week’s loss to the Jaguars. Last Sunday, Pittsburgh was on the wrong end of a 30-9 score and Roethlisberger had one of his worst games with five interceptions. This week, Roethlisberger completed 17-of-25 passes for 252 yards with one touchdown and one interception. After the game, Roethlisberger declared he might not be finished just yet. Roethlisberger: "I guess this cowboy ...

2017-10-16 01:22:57
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Rob Gronkowski has funny comment about angry Tom Brady  

Tom Brady has a pretty clean image off of the field and comes across mostly as a calm person. But that demeanor can change if things are not going the way he wants on the field. Brady has been known to get livid on the field and even rip into some of his teammates after errors or other problems. New England Patriots star tight end Rob Gronkowski says it sometimes scares him to see Brady so angry. “Every time he gets mad, you know he's in the game. It gets you fired up and then sometimes...

2017-10-16 00:55:15
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Report: Jameis Winston will have MRI, X-rays negative on shoulder  

The early news on Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston is good. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, X-rays on Winston’s shoulder came back negative, though he will have an MRI on Monday. X-rays on Jameis Winston's shoulder were negative, and he will undergo an MRI on Monday in Tampa. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) October 16, 2017 Clean x-rays do not mean that Winston has escaped uninjured, but there seems to be a belief around the team that the quarterback has ...

2017-10-16 00:40:35
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Astros’ technology helped Justin Verlander improve his slider  

Justin Verlander is reaping the benefits of playing for a team that has embraced analytics and technology to help their players become better. On Saturday, Verlander pitched a masterpiece to help the Astros take a 2-0 lead in the ALCS over the Yankees. Verlander went the distance, allowing just one run and five hits while striking out 13 batters. Among his impressive arsenal of pitches that day was a slider that has improved since Verlander has arrived in Houston. Sports Illustrated’s Tom

2017-10-16 00:32:04
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Colin Kaepernick attorney notes Trump’s involvement in collusion case  

The attorney for Colin Kaepernick confirmed on Sunday that they have filed a grievance under the collective bargaining agreement in which they accuse the NFL of colluding against the free agent quarterback. Kaepernick opted out of his contract with the San Francisco 49ers earlier this year — a moot point since the Niners were going to cut him anyway. He has remained a free agent ever since, going unsigned as teams added starters and backups both before the season and since injuries occurr

2017-10-16 00:20:38
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Report: Packers fear broken collarbone for Aaron Rodgers  

The Green Bay Packers may be without Aaron Rodgers for a little while if their fears end up coming true. FOX Sports’s Jay Glazer reported Sunday that the Packers fear that Rodgers broke his collarbone against the Minnesota Vikings on an Anthony Barr hit, though they have not yet confirmed a diagnosis. .@JayGlazer says #Packers' fear is that Aaron Rodgers suffered a broken collarbone. Testing still being done. — Arthur Arkush (@ArthurArkush) October 15, 2017 Rodgers broke his col...

2017-10-15 18:43:19
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Yasiel Puig responds to Keith Olbermann ripping him over bat flip  

Yasiel Puig and Keith Olbermann had a funny Twitter exchange after the former ESPN commentator ripped the Dodgers outfielder for bat flipping during Game 1 of the NLCS on Saturday. Puig went 2-for-4 with an RBI double and solo home run in the Dodgers’ 5-2 win in Game 1 over the Chicago Cubs. Prior to his RBI double in the fifth, Puig seemed to call his shot and then bat flipped after driving the ball to the gap. Yasiel Puig bat flip for a double pic.twitter.com/GICWD7n8qm — Rob Lo

2017-10-15 18:22:33
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Brian Hoyer benched in Week 6 against Redskins  

The San Francisco 49ers got off to another horrendous start while searching for their first win of the season on Monday, and head coach Kyle Shanahan decided to make a change at quarterback. Midway through the second quarter, Brian Hoyer was benched in favor of rookie third-round pick C.J. Beathard. Hoyer completed just 4-of-11 passes for 34 yards before getting pulled, and the Niners were trailing 14-0 at the time. Hoyer has a history with Shanahan dating back to when the two were with the Cle

2017-10-15 18:18:40
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Deshaun Watson: Browns’ Hue Jackson said to ‘be ready’ on draft day  

The Cleveland Browns may have their regrets about passing on quarterback Deshaun Watson, but they certainly considered taking him in April’s NFL Draft. Watson told CBS that Browns coach Hue Jackson had told him to “be ready” on draft day — only for Cleveland to trade down from No. 12 overall, swapping picks with Houston, who ultimately pulled the trigger. According to CBS telecast, #Browns Hue Jackson texted Deshaun Watson on draft day and told him to be ready — M

2017-10-15 18:11:23
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Report: Red Sox seek interview with Ron Gardenhire for managerial position  

The Boston Red Sox are beginning to sit down with potential managerial candidates, including one fairly experienced option. FOX Sports’s Ken Rosenthal reported Sunday that the Red Sox have asked for permission to speak to former Minnesota Twins manager Ron Gardenhire about their vacant managerial position. Sources: #RedSox have asked permission to interview #Dbacks' Gardenhire. Interview with #Astros' Cora is today, per @Dan_Shaughnessy. — Ken Rosenthal (@Ken_Rosenthal) October...

2017-10-15 17:58:03
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Aaron Rodgers carted to locker room with right shoulder injury  

Aaron Rodgers took a big hit from Minnesota Vikings linebacker Anthony Barr early in Sunday’s game, and the Green Bay Packers quarterback was forced to leave the game. Rodgers landed hard on his right arm and shoulder. Here’s a video of the hit: The injury that sent Aaron Rodgers to the medical tent, then got carted off from the sidelines to the locker room pic.twitter.com/AI9V8lVAEm — Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) October 15, 2017 He was examined briefly in the blue medical

2017-10-15 17:29:40
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NFL, team owners will reportedly not ban players from anthem protests  

NFL owners are expected to meet with league executives this week to further discuss the issue of national anthem protests, and the goal is to provide players with different avenues for raising awareness on social issues rather than political demonstrations during the anthem. Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports expects the league and its owners to make some “tangible announcements” in the coming days regarding how the NFL will proceed. “Expect to hear some tangible announcements (re

2017-10-15 16:20:37
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Brandon Marshall ‘definitely not’ retiring after season-ending injury  

Brandon Marshall is a 33-year-old wide receiver who just suffered a season-ending ankle injury, so it’s fair to wonder if we have seen the last of him in the NFL. However, Marshall insists that has not even crossed his mind. Marshall told ESPN’s Adam Schefter over the weekend that he is too big of a competitor to see his career end with an injury. “I’m a competitor, and I don’t want to go out like that,” he said. “I’m definitely not going out like

2017-10-15 15:05:42
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Report: Luke Kuechly avoided concussion against Eagles  

Luke Kuechly entered the concussion protocol after leaving Thursday night’s game against the Philadelphia Eagles with an injury, but fortunately the star linebacker has been cleared to this point. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that Kuechly did not suffer a concussion and is expected to play in Week 7 after sustaining a shoulder/neck injury. Those close to Kuechly say he was at the team’s training facility on Friday and “felt fine.” He will have to pass more tests to

2017-10-15 14:51:20
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Mia Khalifa seemingly denies being thrown out of Dodger Stadium  

Mia Khalifa attended Game 1 of the NLCS between the Chicago Cubs and Los Angeles Dodgers, but it looks like the former adult film star was unable to witness all of the late-game excitement from the home team. A video that was posted on Twitter appeared to show Khalifa and a man being escorted out of Dodger Stadium at some point during the game. The person who shared the clip claims Khalifa was kicked out for punching someone who tried to take a selfie with her. Dodgers score a run as @miakhali

2017-10-15 14:17:47
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Joe Maddon goes ballistic after Cubs give up run on illegal block (Video)  

Chicago Cubs manager Joe Maddon gave us all a good old-fashioned managerial temper tantrum on Saturday after an overturned call put another run on the board for the Los Angeles Dodgers. In the bottom of the seventh inning of Game 1 of the NLCS, Dodgers shortstop Charlie Culberson failed to touch the plate trying to score and was ultimately tagged out by Cubs catcher Willson Contreras. Upon review, Contreras was found to be illegally blocking the plate by not giving Culberson a lane and awarded

2017-10-15 03:34:05
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Report: Richard Jefferson in talks with Milwaukee  

Jason Kidd is reportedly looking to bring in an old teammate to give his Milwaukee Bucks some veteran help. Chris Mannix of the Vertical reported Saturday that the Bucks are one of several teams in talks with veteran forward Richard Jefferson, who was waived by the Atlanta Hawks after his trade from the Cleveland Cavaliers. Richard Jefferson is in talks with the Bucks on a deal, league source told @TheVertical. Several other teams in the mix. ESPN first reported — Chris Mannix (@ChrisMan

2017-10-15 02:35:04
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Report: Pistons waive guard Beno Udrih  

The Detroit Pistons may have a roster move in the offing. ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski reported that the Pistons have waived backup guard Beno Udrih. In itself, this is not particularly significant move, but it means the Pistons only have 14 guaranteed contracts on the books — making this a potential prelude to another signing. The Detroit Pistons waived guard Beno Udrih, league sources tell ESPN. Pistons have 14 guaranteed contracts on roster. — Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) Oc

2017-10-15 01:00:15
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AJ Hinch has funny comment about Carlos Correa home run  

A.J. Hinch had a funny comment regarding Carlos Correa’s home run during Game 2 of the American League Championship Series. During the fourth inning, Correa hit a ball to right field that just made it over the fence out of the reach of Aaron Judge. It initially appeared a young Astros fan may have interfered. However, after review, the home run stood, which gave Houston a 1-0 lead. For the second straight game, Carlos Correa puts the Astros on the board first &mda

2017-10-15 00:40:14
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Corey Seager unsure of status for World Series if Dodgers advance  

Los Angeles Dodgers shortstop Corey Seager is set to miss the NLCS with a back problem, and there’s little clarity for him even if his team advances without him. Seager hurt his back during Game 3 of the NLDS against Arizona on a slide, and was left off the roster completely for the NLCS. Given that the series hasn’t even started yet, it’s premature to think of what might happen if the Dodgers advance to the World Series — but Seager has thought about it, and while he

2017-10-15 00:21:08
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AJ Hinch: Gary Pettis ‘most aggressive third base coach in league’  

A bold decision by third base coach Gary Pettis helped the Astros take a 2-0 series lead over the Yankees in the American League Championship Series. With one out in the bottom of the ninth inning and the game tied 1-1, Carolos Correa hit a pitch from Aroldis Chapman to the gap in right field. Aaron Judge got to the ball and threw it to cutoff man Didi Gregorious, who fired home to catcher Gary Sanchez in plenty of time to get Jose Altuve. However, Sanchez was unable to cleanly handle the throw

2017-10-15 00:18:02
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Luis Severino left Game 2 with shoulder issue, does not appear serious  

New York Yankees starter Luis Severino left Game 2 of the ALCS on Saturday with a shoulder issue, but it does not appear serious. Yankee manager Joe Girardi said after the game that Severino’s shoulder was a concern, and led to the Yankees pulling the starter after just four innings. Doctors, though, said that there was no serious problem. Girardi said the concern was with Severino's shoulder. Checked out fine with doctors. He didn't want to come out of the game. — Bryan Hoch (...

2017-10-14 23:36:04
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Report: Ezekiel Elliott will be allowed to play until rehearing resolved  

Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott is not out of the woods, but he got a little bit of good news regarding the legal process surrounding his suspension. Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk reported Saturday that Elliott will be allowed to play until the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals rules on Elliott’s petition for a rehearing of his case. Per source Judge Mazzant has informed NFL, NFLPA that he will not lift injunction until 5th Circuit rules on Elliott petition for rehearing. &mdas

2017-10-14 23:21:40
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Emeka Okafor attempting NBA comeback, joins Sixers G League team  

Former No. 2 overall draft pick Emeka Okafor will join the Sixers’ G League affiliate in hopes of returning to the NBA. Okafor was among three players at Sixers camp to be informed they would be waived this weekend. On Saturday, the 35-year-old big man agreed to play for the Delaware 87ers, according to ESPN’s Ian Begley. Emeka Okafor will play for Sixers' G league team with hopes of signing with an NBA team over the next few months, league sources told ESPN. — Ian Begley

2017-10-14 22:59:53
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Report: All four teams with managerial openings interested in Alex Cora  

It certainly sounds likely that, before the month of November is out, Houston Astros bench coach Alex Cora will be a big-league manager. The 14-year MLB veteran is reportedly of interest to all four teams who currently have a managerial vacancy, with the Boston Red Sox, Detroit Tigers, New York Mets, and Philadelphia Phillies all interested in interviewing Cora, according to Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports. Cora, who played for both the Mets and Red Sox during his playing days, has interviewed for

2017-10-14 22:29:50
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Todd Frazier gets ball stuck in fence on bizarre ground-rule double (Video)  

The New York Yankees tied Game 2 of the ALCS in rather strange fashion on Saturday. With a runner at second and two out, Yankee third baseman Todd Frazier hit a fly ball to deep left center field. Somehow, the ball managed to wedge itself between the fencing and one of the padded barriers on the left field wall at Minute Maid Park — sparking some confusion, and a befuddled George Springer unsuccessfully attempting to dislodge it. Todd Frazier for president. #Yankees pic.twitter.com/QQ63R

2017-10-14 22:03:30
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Report: Cavs almost traded Richard Jefferson in 2016 for leaking title rings on Snapchat  

A lapse of judgment on Snapchat apparently almost led to Richard Jefferson’s departure from the Cleveland Cavaliers a year early. Dave McMenamin of ESPN reported Saturday that the veteran forward was almost traded by the Cavs the summer after their 2016 NBA title for leaking their championship rings on Snapchat and angering then-GM David Griffin. Per McMenamin: [Jefferson] was nearly traded the summer after the championship because he revealed what the Cavs’ rings looked like on his

2017-10-14 18:46:44
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Corey Seager not on NLCS roster due to back injury  

A back injury will keep Dodgers shortstop Corey Seager off of the team’s roster for the National League Championship Series. Seager injured his back during Game 3 of the NLDS between the Dodgers and Diamondbacks while sliding into second base. He subsequently missed team workouts on Thursday and Friday. On Saturday, the Dodgers announced their All-Star would be left of the NLCS roster. Corey Seager (back) NOT on #Dodgers NLCS roster. Charlie Culberson is. — Bill Shaikin (@BillShaik

2017-10-14 18:36:23
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Mike Leach rips ‘pathetic’ Washington State after upset loss to Cal  

Washington State’s College Football Playoff hopes were all but dashed Friday with an upset loss to Cal, and head coach Mike Leach was none too forgiving. After the blowout 37-3 defeat, Leach ripped his team as “pathetic frontrunners” and said there was “no bright spot,” per the Seattle Times. Mike Leach: "There is no bright spot. We were pathetic. We were a bunch of pathetic front runners" #WSUvsCAL pic.twitter.com/2HwgFGo6KC — Seattle Times Sports (@SeaTime

2017-10-14 18:28:34
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CJ McCollum suspended for season opener  

C.J. McCollum has been suspended for the first game of 2017-2018 season as a result of his actions during a preseason game. During a game between the Blazers and Suns, McCollum left the bench during an altercation, which carries a one-game suspension. Below is the statement from the NBA. C.J. McCollum has been suspended one game, the NBA announced: pic.twitter.com/lY87yzxDmw — Alex Kennedy (@AlexKennedyNBA) October 14, 2017 McCollum won the NBA’s Most Improved Player Award in 2016

2017-10-14 18:08:33
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Report: Kevin Anderson out at Maryland after seeking Cal AD job  

Kevin Anderson is out as athletic director at the University of Maryland after holding the position for seven years. According to Bobby Blanco of MASN Sports, Anderson was removed on October 1 as a result of school president Wallace Loh being upset Anderson sought the athletic director position at University of California-Berkeley. BREAKING: Kevin Anderson is out as athletic director at Maryland, per sources. #Terps — Bobby Blanco (@Bobby_Blanco) October 14, 2017 Wallace Loh removed hi

2017-10-14 17:50:28
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Kevin McHale responds to James Harden calling him a ‘clown’  

There is no love lost between James Harden and former Houston Rockets head coach Kevin McHale, and the two men have had no problem reminding us of that over the past week. The war of words began last week when McHale said Chris Paul is going to bring a level of leadership to the Rockets that Harden is not capable of providing. When asked by reporters about McHale’s remarks, Harden said his former coach is a “clown.” It was McHale’s turn again during an appearance on TNT

2017-10-14 17:21:53
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Report: NaVorro Bowman expected to sign with new team quickly  

The San Francisco 49ers announced on Friday that they are releasing NaVorro Bowman, and the veteran linebacker is not expected to be out of work very long. Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports that Bowman is expected to sign with a new team no later than Monday. Based on the interest, ex-#49ers LB NaVorro Bowman is expected to sign no later than Monday, source says. Release will be official today. — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) October 14, 2017 Bowman, whose season was cut short by a torn Ac

2017-10-14 16:11:45
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Rex and Rob Ryan avoid charges in Margaritaville fight  

Rex Ryan and his twin brother Rob were involved in a physical altercation at a Margaritaville restaurant several months ago, and the man on the other end of the scuffle wanted the former NFL coaches to be charged with assault. That is reportedly not going to happen. A Nashville police spokesperson told TMZ that the district attorney has decided to close the case rather than moving forward with assault charges. It was unclear exactly why the June altercation began, but a video appeared to show t

2017-10-14 15:12:23
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Alex Rodriguez says he is a ‘jackass’ who may not make Hall of Fame  

Alex Rodriguez has a reputation for being an egotistical cheat, but we saw a much different side of the former New York Yankees slugger in a reflective interview this week. While speaking with Joe Buck on the Audience Network show “Undeniable,” Rodriguez expressed regret over his decision to use performance-enhancing drugs. He also acknowledged that his ties to PEDs could cost him a spot in the Hall of Fame. “Yeah, I mean there’s so many frustrating things when you look

2017-10-14 14:31:36
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Astros top Yankees 2-1, take 1-0 ALCS lead  

The Houston Astros jumped out to a 1-0 series lead over the New York Yankees with a 2-1 win in the series opener in Houston Friday night. It was a pitchers’ duel early on, with New York's Masahiro Tanaka and Houston's Dallas Keuchel both stymying batters. Keuchel amassed six strikeouts in his first four innings of work, and Tanaka had a no-hitter through three. In the fourth inning, Houston’s offense showed signs of life and the Astros got on the board. Carlos Correa drove home ...

2017-10-14 03:29:56
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Syracuse upsets Clemson, ending longest win streak in NCAA Football  

The No. 2 Clemson Tigers suffered a massive upset Friday night at the hands of the Syracuse Orange. Syracuse won, 27-24, claiming the victory at home. The Orange fans stormed the field after the upset. The longest win streak in FBS has been snapped. pic.twitter.com/QEIuU2PPUN — SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) October 14, 2017 Syracuse stuns second-ranked Clemson: pic.twitter.com/JXYWOxVUpl — Deadspin (@Deadspin) October 14, 2017 Clemson struggled mightily.

2017-10-14 02:51:59
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Kawhi Leonard will miss start of season with thigh injury  

Spurs swingman Kawhi Leonard has missed the team’s training camp and preseason with a left thigh injury. It isn’t clear yet when he will be fully recovered, but we do now know that Leonard will miss some regular season time. Spurs coach Gregg Popovich told reporters Friday that Leonard will not play in the team’s regular season game against Minnesota Wednesday in San Antonio. "He won't be available," Popovich said. Popovich didn’t have a timetable for Leonard’...

2017-10-14 02:24:39
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Marwin Gonzalez guns runner out at plate to keep Astros ahead  

The Astros and Yankees are currently battling in Game One of the American League Championship Series. In the fourth inning, Carlos Correa and Yuli Gurriel gave the Astros a 2-0 lead. In the following frame, however, the Yankees threatened to get right back into it. With a man in scoring position, Aaron Judge drilled a sharp line drive to left field. Greg Bird charged toward home. Houston leftfielder Marwin Gonzalez came up huge, though, and gunned Bird out at the plate. What a throw by Marwi

2017-10-14 02:11:22
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Clemson QB Kelly Bryant leaves game with concussion  

Clemson junior quarterback Kelly Bryant, the heir apparent to Deshaun Watson, left the Tigers’ game against Syracuse in the first half Friday. Bryant had to be helped off the field after taking a brutal hit from Syracuse lineman Chris Slayton. Slayton slammed Bryant, who was scrambling, to the turf. At the half, Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney told ESPN Bryant suffered a concussion. Clemson qb Kelly Bryant appears to be knocked out pic.twitter.com/4zg8FKzWDG — Skye Underwood (@Skye

2017-10-14 01:48:50
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Correa, Gurriel give Astros first lead of ALCS in pitchers’ duel  

The American League Championship Series was a pitcher’s duel early on. In the first three innings, New York’s Masahiro Tanaka didn’t allow a hit, and Houston’s Dallas Keuchel amassed five strikeouts. In the fourth, however, the Astros became the first team to get on the board in the series. Jose Altuve singled, then stole second base, narrowly beating the throw. Then, with the speedy Altuve in scoring position, Carlos Correa singled on a line drive to left field. Correa

2017-10-14 01:39:46
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Drake wears ‘Kentucky Dad’ hoodie, addresses crowd at Big Blue Madness  

Sorry, Ashley Judd — Drake is the most famous Kentucky basketball fan on the planet. The Wildcats super fan is a fixture at the basketball program’s biggest events. Friday, the program had its Big Blue Madness event, and of course, Drake was there. He even spoke to the crowd and gave a hug to his friend, head coach John Calipari. He also wore a hoodie that read “Kentucky Dad.” Drake is in the building! #BBM17 pic.twitter.com/hgORLt6Hfu — SEC Network (@SECNetwork)

2017-10-14 01:20:22
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NFL longsnapper Jon Dorenbos shares story of his emergency open heart surgery  

The talented NFL longsnapper and musician Jon Dorenbos had a serious health scare last month. After the Eagles traded him to the Saints, Dorenbos had a physical with his new team. Doctors discovered the 37-year-old had an aortic aneurysm. Thursday, Dorenbos shared details of his emergency open heart surgery. One month ago today I underwent emergency open heart surgery. My wife never left my side. She held my hand every step of the way. Life is crazy. One min I was a professional athlete,

2017-10-14 01:05:40
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Klay Thompson and Roger Federer plan epic ping-pong match  

Roger Federer is one of the greatest tennis competitors of all-time. Klay Thompson is one of the greatest shooters in the history of basketball. So, any athletic competition between these two would be a treat. It appears there is potential for a legendary ping-pong match between the two. It started with Warriors coach Steve Kerr relaying a conversation between the athletes that happened last week in Shanghai. Steve Kerr relayed a convo between Roger Federer and Klay Thompson. Klay: How's y

2017-10-14 00:56:43
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Former Lions LB testifies that team tried to silence him from speaking out about CTE  

DeAndre Levy played eight seasons for the Detroit Lions before being released in March. Now the former linebacker is speaking out against CTE, and he claims the Lions tried to stop him from doing so when he was a player. He testified as much in front of a congressional subcommittee on brain injuries in football. "The moment I said anything about it, I had two calls telling me I shouldn't talk about it," Levy said, via MLive.com. "I don't know if it was because it was CTE, or if it was...

2017-10-14 00:47:19
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J.R. Smith reveals his truly insane coffee order  

The future of the Road Trippin’ podcast, featuring NBA veterans Richard Jefferson and Channing Frye, may be in doubt. Jefferson was traded to the Hawks Friday. Before the trade, however, the veteran duo put out their 50th episode, featuring sharpshooter J.R. Smith. In that conversation, Smith said he was “hurt” by being benched in favor of Dwyane Wade. He also shared a fascinating anecdote: he has a truly crazy coffee order. During the podcast, it was revealed that the Cavs&#

2017-10-14 00:10:55
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Report: 49ers shopping NaVorro Bowman  

Longtime San Francisco 49ers linebacker NaVorro Bowman could be about to move on. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the 49ers are shopping the veteran linebacker, with rookie Reuben Foster ready to lay claim to the position. 49ers shopping LB NaVorro Bowman, and there are teams interested, sources tell ESPN. His time in SF soon could come to an end. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) October 13, 2017 NaVorro Bowman has spent 8 seasons in SF, since being 49ers' 3rd-round pick. But...

2017-10-13 19:14:49
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Report: ‘Every indication’ Derek Carr will start for Raiders in Week 6  

The Oakland Raiders are reportedly expecting Derek Carr back under center on Sunday. CBS Sports’s Jason La Canfora reported that, while the Raiders quarterback may be officially listed as questionable, all indications are that he will start in Week 6 despite a lower back injury. Wouldn't be surprised to see Derek Carr listed as questionable but continue to get every indication he'll be starting on Sunday — Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) October 13, 2017 Carr missed the

2017-10-13 18:22:07
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Dwyane Wade weighs in on Kyrie Irving’s shade against Cleveland  

Dwyane Wade has left a city where he won a championship before, so he is uniquely positioned to weigh in on Kyrie Irving’s apparent shade against Cleveland. After Irving called Boston “a really major city” with many different cultures, different from his previous home — which many took as a knock against Cleveland — Wade said he was giving the former Cavaliers point guard the benefit of the doubt. “I’ve always tried not to be too, me personally, oversen

2017-10-13 18:12:08
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Panthers say they have identified fan who threw punch, informed police  

The Carolina Panthers were able to use video footage to identify the fan who ruthlessly punched another fan in the face during Thursday night’s game, and they have passed the assailant’s information along to the local authorities. In a statement released on Friday, the Panthers said Charlotte police are going to pursue charges against the individual. “We have reviewed video tape of the incident and have identified the perpetrator,” the statement read, via ESPN’s Da

2017-10-13 18:01:32
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Victor Cruz puzzled over Giants not calling him after WR injuries  

The New York Giants are in desperate need of help at the wide receiver position, and one player who is quite familiar with their system is stunned his phone has yet to ring. Victor Cruz, who spent six seasons with the Giants and is currently a free agent, said on his podcast this week that he is “one thousand percent” sure he could be of help to his former team. "I've been literally thinking to myself of reasons why they wouldn't and I can't think of any,” Cruz said, v...

2017-10-13 17:17:42
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Jerry Jones calls Ezekiel Elliott suspension a ‘setback’  

Ezekiel Elliott's suspension was reinstated Thursday after a federal court of appeals lifted an injunction that blocked the six-game ban, but the Dallas Cowboys are not prepared to give up their fight just yet. In an appearance on 105.3 The Fan Friday, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said Elliott’s case is not over and called Thursday’s decision a “setback.” Jerry on Zeke: "This was a setback yesterday. There's still more to come." — 105.3 The FAN (@1053thefan) Oc...

2017-10-13 16:38:14
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Lance Kendricks explains how Donald Trump forced him to protest anthem  

Green Bay Packers tight end Lance Kendricks comes from a military family and has never thought twice about standing for the national anthem. That is, until Donald Trump finally forced his hand. Kendricks, whose grandfather served in World War II and uncles fought in Vietnam, decided to take a seat during the national anthem in Week 5. Before Trump made his recent remarks encouraging NFL owners to fire “any son of a b—” who protests during “The Star-Spangled Banner,”

2017-10-13 15:35:59
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NCAA lets North Carolina off the hook in academic fraud scandal  

The NCAA has finally concluded an investigation into alleged academic fraud at North Carolina that lasted several years, and the university has essentially gotten off scot-free. On Friday, the NCAA revealed that its Committee on Infractions could not conclude that the University of North Carolina violated NCAA academic rules by making phony classes available to students. The overall takeaway is that the “paper courses” were offered to all students, not just student-athletes. “

2017-10-13 14:37:05
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NFL in contact with Panthers regarding fan sucker-punching older fan  

A Carolina Panthers fan punched another fan in the face multiple times during Thursday night’s game against the Philadelphia Eagles, and the NFL says it is looking into the incident. A video that was shared on Instagram shows a fan decking a much older man and leaving him bloodied after an argument. The user who shared the clip provided some background information, explaining that the man who threw the punch and his girlfriend were standing the entire game and disturbing people around the

2017-10-13 14:01:25
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Rick Pitino selling Louisville home amid latest scandal  

Rick Pitino is on the verge of losing his job at Louisville, and it appears the longtime coach has already begun the process of skipping town. According to the Courier-Jounral, Pitino has put his East Louisville home on the market. The 5,100-square-foot house does not have a price attached to it for the public to see, but it was assessed at just over $1 million for tax purposes four years ago. The home is located in the Mockingbird Gardens Estates neighborhood, which is one of the most exclusiv

2017-10-13 12:32:24
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15 takeaways from the MLB Division Series  

All four division series of the 2017 MLB playoffs are in the books, and now the chase for the pennant is upon us. The Cleveland Indians, Boston Red Sox, Arizona Diamondbacks and Washington Nationals are home with their seasons over. The New York Yankees, Houston Astros, Los Angeles Dodgers and Chicago Cubs have advanced and will have a chance at reaching the World Series. The four division series taught us a lot about the teams involved. Some of the teams headed home have work to do this offsea

2017-10-13 04:45:40
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Cubs benefit from blown call on strikeout in Game 5  

The Chicago Cubs turned around Game 5 of the NLDS on Thursday night against the Washington Nationals with a four-run inning in the fifth that was aided by a blown call. Max Scherzer came in to pitch the top of the fifth for Washington with his team leading 4-3. He got two outs and then allowed an infield single, single, and then a 2-run double to give Chicago a 5-4 lead. After falling behind Jason Heyward, Scherzer intentionally walked him to bring up Javy Baez with runners on first and second

2017-10-13 04:22:54
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Tony Romo toys with viewers over his ‘last pass’  

Tony Romo had a little fun with NFL fans on Thursday while calling the action in the Carolina Panthers-Philadelphia Eagles game. Romo went into broadcasting after a back injury combined with Dak Prescott’s strong play caused him to lose the starting quarterback job for the Dallas Cowboys last season. Romo played in one game last season, going 3 of 4 with a touchdown pass in a Week 17 loss to the Eagles. CBS decided to air video of that pass while televising the Eagles-Panthers game. Pay

2017-10-13 02:54:15
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Luke Kuechly suffers third concussion in last three years  

Luke Kuechly left Thursday night’s game against the Philadelphia Eagles after sustaining a concussion, his third in the last three years. Kuechly collided with an Eagles lineman late in the first half on a LeGarrette Blount running play inside the 10. He ended up being hit on his left side. The Carolina Panthers linebacker left the game with what was initially an undisclosed injury. Then during the third quarter of the game, CBS’ Tracy Wolfson said Kuechly was being evaluated for a

2017-10-13 02:26:45
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John Hayden drops Marcus Foligno with unreal knockout punch  

John Hayden might want to consider a career in the boxing ring after seeing the knockout punch he delivered during a fight with Marcus Foligno. The Chicago Blackhawks center got into a fight with the Minnesota Wild’s Foligno during the second period of their game on Thursday and sure made a statement. Here’s the final punch of their fight: Slo-mo of the final right hook John Hayden landed on Marcus Foligno at the end of their fight pic.twitter.com/jbr3kHbyar — Brady Tretten

2017-10-13 02:17:19
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Michael A. Taylor hits 3-run home run in Game 5  

Michael A. Taylor did it again! Taylor clubbed a 3-run home run in the second inning of Game 5 on Thursday to break a 1-1 tie between his Nationals and the Chicago Cubs. Taylor was up with runners on first and second and swatted at a pitch up and out of the zone, and he delivered it into the bullpen in left field at Nationals Park. Michael A Taylor (Tater) is the new Mayor of D.C. The Nationals lead 4-1. pic.twitter.com/AHfmUXZZnR — The Game Haus Sports (@TGHSports) October 13, 2017 Her

2017-10-13 01:05:55
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Javy Baez cuts down run in Game 5 with great play  

Javy Baez’s shining defense came into play once again for the Chicago Cubs. Baez cut down a run during Game 5 of the NLDS on Thursday with a nice fielding play at second. Bryce Harper was up with one out and Trea Turner on third in a 1-0 game. Harper grounded the ball to Baez, who fielded the ball and threw home perfectly to get Turner: Javier Baez throws out Trea Turner at the plate, #Cubs still lead 1-0 after one inning. pic.twitter.com/hU75EnvskN — Aldo Soto (@AldoSoto21) Octobe

2017-10-13 00:55:53
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Each NBA team’s most important player  

The mother of all NBA seasons is almost here. So as you finalize your League Pass subscriptions, complete your fantasy drafts, and prepare the guacamole for your watch parties, take some time to ponder the true meaning of the season — specifically, the benevolent stars who make such a joyous holiday possible with their prodigious athletic talents. Here I present, each NBA team’s most important player heading into 2017-18: Atlanta Hawks — Dennis Schroder, PG “All my frien

2017-10-13 00:13:10
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Jaguars CB AJ Bouye tired of people downplaying team’s success  

A.J. Bouye thinks it’s high time that the Jacksonville Jaguars start getting some darn respect around these parts. Speaking with reporters on Wednesday, the Jaguars cornerback went off on the excuses that people have been making for their opponents. “They always make excuses for everybody,” said Bouye, per John Oehser of the team’s website. “They play good until they play us, then the excuses come. “We just use it as motivation,” he continued. “Pe

2017-10-12 22:39:11
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Ezekiel Elliott’s lawyers ‘exploring all’ legal options  

Ezekiel Elliott’s six-game suspension for a violation of the NFL’s Personal Conduct Policy was reinstated on Thursday after a 5th circuit district court lifted an injunction that was blocking the suspension. Just because the suspension is back on does not mean that the lawyers for the Dallas Cowboys running back are done fighting. Elliott’s lawyer Frank Salzano said in a statement Thursday that the legal team is exploring all of their legal options. In the wake of the 5th cir

2017-10-12 22:12:32
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Ezekiel Elliott suspension reinstated by court of appeals  

Ezekiel Elliott’s six-game suspension was reinstated Thursday after a federal court of appeals lifted an injunction that blocked the suspension. A federal judge in Texas had previously blocked the suspension, which was allowing Elliott to play while the matter was under appeal. A panel of three judges from the 5th circuit voted 2-1 to reinstate the suspension. In their full decision (which can be read here), the judges made it clear they feel there was a procedural issue with the way the

2017-10-12 21:55:04
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Report: Cardinals plan to pursue Greg Holland  

Greg Holland may soon find himself back in the state of Missouri. According to Bob Nightengale of USA TODAY Sports on Thursday, the St. Louis Cardinals are planning to pursue the Colorado Rockies closer, who was reported earlier in the day to be declining his player option for next season. Once #Rockies closer Greg Holland formally declines his player option, the #STLCards plan to pounce as they search for closer — Bob Nightengale (@BNightengale) October 12, 2017 The 31-year-old Holland

2017-10-12 21:46:24
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Tony Allen has emotional reaction to news Grizzlies will be retiring his jersey  

Tony Allen may be wearing a New Orleans Pelicans uniform these days, but his heart will always be in Memphis. The Grizzlies announced Thursday that Allen, who played with them for seven years and was a crucial part of their identity, will be getting his jersey retired. "We are proud that @aa000G9's #9 jersey will hang in the rafters of @FedExForum alongside Zach's one day."pic.twitter.com/zc2UuIOcgL — Memphis Grizzlies (@memgrizz) October 12, 2017 Speakin...

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