Monthly Archives: November 2017

Dragic and James Johnson were both 3 for 8.

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell is in a bitter battle few saw coming, led by Jerry Jones, the league’s most opinionated and powerful owner. Nobody knows how this will end. Jones has threatened legal action against the league should the extension … Continue reading

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Seahawks’ margin for error proves dangerously thin in loss to Redskins

Most NFL teams, if not all, have little to no margin for error in any given game. The Seahawkssay it louder than most. “A lot’s been made about me not caring or whatever. … Nothing further from the truth,” Roethlisberger … Continue reading

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Why fantasy owners should be concerned about Leonard Fournette vs. Browns

In news that is making fantasy football owners shudder, Jaguars running back Leonard Fournette sat out Friday’s practice. There’s no word yet that Fournette will not be able to play Sunday against the Browns, but he practiced this week on … Continue reading

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If he ever felt shy about showing his personality in Toronto few probably noticed.

Cameras caught him and Marner entering Air Canada Centre last winter in a peacoat-fedora combo that made them look like baby-faced mobsters. And while Babcock conferred with officials during a game against Vancouver last November, the pair passed the time … Continue reading

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Lakers blow 17-point lead as Raptors spoil Ball’s birthday game

Lonzo Ball wanted to be serenaded by his rookie teammates to Stevie Wonder’s “Happy Birthday” and get a win over DeMar DeRozan and the Raptors for his 20th birthday. Redick’s relationship with the Sixers may only last one (lucrative) season. … Continue reading

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Ten Things I Think I Think: An All-Time Quarterback Debate; Week 8 Notes

I think I’ve got one more thing for your to-do list this fall: Get “Football’s Greatest,” the revised and updated version of this 2012 book by Sports Illustrated editors. I’ll give you a good argument starter: How about the top … Continue reading

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John Harbaugh hopeful Joe Flacco will return from concussion protocol by Sunday

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco has a “good chance” of playing Sunday against the Tennessee Titans after suffering a concussion last week, coach John Harbaugh said Monday. Flacco is not experiencing any concussion-related symptoms right now and has been at … Continue reading

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World Champion Warriors Get Their Rings

And, with that, the stage was officially set for tip-off against James Harden and the Rockets. Draymond Green went out in the second half with a knee injury and was missed in a big way. On a positive note, newcomer … Continue reading

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Bryant doesn’t have regret over the situation but wished he hadn’t been a distraction to his teammates.

“No one thought that, especially with the kind of guys we have and how we work,” Carr said of the losing record, per the team’s official website. “Where do we go from here? We do the same thing that we … Continue reading

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Odell Beckham Jr. will have surgery this week to repair fracture to his ankle.

“After careful thought, I understand that my word choice was extremely degrading, and disrespectful to women. To be honest, that was not my intention. If you are a person who took offense to what I said, I sincerely apologize to … Continue reading

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