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NBA Investigating Jokic’s Brothers For Throwing A Punch At A Fan After Nugget’ Win

After the Denver Nuggets’ Game 2 comeback victory over the Los Angeles Lakers last Monday, a video of former league MVP Nikola Jokic’s brother throwing a punch at a fan in the stands surfaced in the media. Later…

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Red Sox Reliever Kenley Jansen Upset With Slick Baseballs

Kenley Jansen, a relieving pitcher for the Boston Red Sox, recently stated that he is upset with the poor quality of baseballs in the MLB this season. After a 5-4 win over Los Angeles Angeles,…

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Knicks Locked in Two Seed; Sixers to Host Heat In Play-In

After their 107-86 win over the Brooklyn Nets on Sunday afternoon, the Philadelphia 76ers basketball team had to wait until Sunday night to find out who would be their playoff matchup based on the result…

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Niners Receiver Brandon Aiyuk On Future In The NFL: ‘I’m Trying To Get What I Deserve’

Brandon Aiyuk, the San Fransisco 49ers’ star receiver, discussed his future in the league this week in an appearance on The Nightcap podcast with former NFL wide receivers Shannon Sharpe and Chad Ochocinco. “I’m trying…

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Kings Coach Mike Brown Uses Laptop To Vent Frustration Over ‘Inconsistent’ Refereeing

After an understandably frustrating 143-142 overtime loss to the Milwaukee Bucks on Sunday night, Sacramento Kings head coach Mike Brown brought out a laptop in the postgame press conference to highlight refereeing decisions, which he…

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Mets Hire Scott Haven As President Of Operations

The New York Mets announced Monday that Scott Havens has been hired as president of business operations. Havens was most recently the Chief Executive Officer of Bloomberg Media and will run the baseball team’s business…

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After Firing Of GM Al Avila, What’s Next For Detroit Tigers?

The Detroit Tigers have won four World Series titles. Ever. Their last win came in 1984, but they have been to the championship in the last 10 years before they lost to the San Francisco…

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Titans’ Buster Skrines To Retire From NFL

Titans cornerback and Former Jets defensive back Buster Skrine is set to retire. Announced by Titans head coach Mike Vrabel. the 11-year veteran has called it quits on a long career. “I really respect Buster…

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Minor Leaguers Send Letter To Congress Asking For More Protections

In a letter to the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee, executive director of Advocates from Minor Leaguers Harry Marino expressed his dissatisfaction with the MLB’s antitrust exemption and the lack of protection given to minor leave…

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John Wall To Join Los Angeles Clippers After Clearing Waivers

The rich just got richer in the NBA. It is reported that Houston Rockets guard John Wall will join the Los Angles Clippers after clearing waivers. Earlier this week, Wall decided to opt-in to the…

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YouTube TV’s New Distribution Deal Restores ESPN, ABC To Platform

For 39 hours, sports fans who rely on YouTube TV to watch games were outraged at the timing of a Walt Disney-owned channel blackout. The blackout went into effect at 11:59 p.m. EST on Friday,…

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Marcus Stroman Signs A Three-Year Deal With The Chicago Cubs

On Wednesday evening, Marcus Stroman broke the news himself via Twitter that he signed a three-year, $71 million deal with the Chicago Cubs. Stroman, 30, will make $25 million in 2022, $25 million in 2023…

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Baylor Freshman Langston Love Is Out For The Season After Tearing His ACL

Four-star recruit Langston Love has torn his ACL just two weeks before No. 8 Baylor starts their regular season on November 12. Love will be out for the remainder of the season. Baylor is the…

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Questions Looming Over Kyrie Irving’s Resistance To Vaccination

The Kyrie Irving vaccination saga has persisted despite the start of the 2021-22 NBA season being less than two weeks away. The seven-time All-Star’s resistance to getting vaccinated has been an ongoing headache for the Brooklyn Nets…

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Ukrainian Hockey League Player Jalen Smereck Target Of Racist Gesture

Jalen Smereck is taking an indefinite leave of absence from the Ukrainian Hockey League (UHL) after being the target of a racist gesture during a stoppage in play. The 24-year-old Detroit native is a defenseman…

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Timberwolves President Of Basketball Operation Gersson Rosas Fired Unexpectedly

Within weeks of the first game of the NBA season, the Minnesota Timberwolves are caught in the middle of a humiliating situation. Minnesota’s president of basketball operations Gersson Rosas was fired unexpectedly during a crucial…

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David Beckham’s Son, Romeo Beckham, Makes Professional Soccer Debut

Romeo Beckham, son of England legend David Beckham, made his highly anticipated professional soccer debut on Sunday with Fort Lauderdale CF, the reserve team of Inter Miami, which is co-owned by his father. Beckham played…

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Canelo Alvarez & Caleb Plant Exchange Punches At Press Conference

Canelo Alvarez (56-1-2, 38 KOs) and Caleb Plant (21-0, 12 KOs) got into a bit of a scuffle at a press conference to promote their November 6 fight at the MGM Grand Garden in Las Vegas. Plant…

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Steph Curry Starts Fund For Women’s Sports At Davidson

Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry and his wife, Ayesha, are collaborating with Davidson College to launch the Curry Family Women’s Athletics Initiative, a scholarship endowment focused on elevating women’s athletics at the two-time NBA…

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NFL Updates COVID Policy

The NFL is updating its COVID-19 policy as the virus surges and case clusters sideline prominent players and coaches. The league’s new goal is to test vaccinated players once every seven days instead of once…

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Rare Kobe Bryant NFTs Being Auctioned by Cryptograph

Cryptograph, a digital collectibles company, recently auctioned a series of eight never-before-seen images of Kobe Bryant that will be sold as non-fungible tokens, popularly known as NFTs. The photos were taken by photographer Davis Factor…

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