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John Wall: Appreciation contract with the Los Angeles Clippers

Before he missed the entire 2021-22 season for reasons unrelated to his abilities or health, the last time we saw John Wall in an NBA game was on April 23, 2021, losing five points to clippers. In 40 minutes against a title contender, he finished the game with 27 points and 13 assists, 8 for …

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Rudy Gobert trade: Jazz-Timberwolves rating deal

Jazz is up to something. Utah replaced All-Star man Rudy Gobert away from the Timberwolves on Friday, according to multiple reports. In return, Jazz owner Paisley, Patrick Beverly, Walker Kessler, Jared Vanderbilt, and four first-round picks will receive. Utah is said to have unprotected firsts in 2023, 25 and 27, as well as a swap …

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What’s next for Browns QB Deshaun Watson after 20 settlements

Tuesday was the most significant day on Deshaun Watson’s front since he traded from Texas to Brown in March. Late in the morning, Texas attorney Tony Busby, representing the 24 plaintiffs who have sued Watson over the past 15 months alleging sexual harassment and assault, announced that settlements had been reached in 20 of 24 …

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Free NBA Ranking: Knicks Sign Jalen Brunson for $104 Million Deal

Before this season began, the Mavericks had a chance to extend Jalen Bronson’s four-year contract worth $55 million. They chose not to, which makes sense. He was coming off a bad playoff streak against the Clippers, scoring 18 points in his last four games. Brunson’s lock opportunity came again several months later, when the Mavs …

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Jordan Bivok: Union Berlin’s move affected the USA team in the World Cup

After a season in which he led the Swiss Premier League in scoring, Jordan Bivok is headed to the Bundesliga – and with it he is adding a new layer to a seemingly endless hunt to name a top striker for the US men’s national team. With the World Cup just a few months away, …

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USC, UCLA, and Big Ten win, but at what cost to college football?

What one college track catcher started last July, another accelerated this week. The entire institution is now rushing towards complete demolition and rebuilding in the coming years. More than ever, we are entering the long-awaited era, which was widely theorized for two giant conferences, the Southeast and the Big Ten. They’ve always been the richest, …

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Lukaku and Pogba take out Chelsea signs and failed Man United strategies

Perhaps the biggest predicament for contract players is that the club doesn’t quite know what they are. Yes, he can analyze data, perform various medical examinations, and watch video after video, but who are they really? Will they adjust to the new life in a new city? Will they communicate with their teammates and technical …

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Real Madrid and Barcelona meet in Las Vegas in the Football Champions Tour

Barcelona and Real Madrid are renewing the USA part of their rivalry this summer in Las Vegas, with the Spanish giants playing a friendly match on July 23 at Reader’s Allegiant Stadium. The duo met five years ago in Miami. was 3–2 Barcelona’s win with over 66,000 attendance was part of the International Champions Cup, …

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Why College Football needs the Champions League model

While the UEFA Champions League has expanded over the years to its current form, its core ethos until the mid-1990s was simple: the champions of each European country played their way into prestigious club competition after winning domestic leagues of varying strength. With the 2021-22 Finals looming on Saturday, college football’s original “one champion, one …

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How the first USWNT in 1985 paved the way for women’s soccer

The ninth title has radically changed the sports landscape, but not all at once and not without resistance. In the law’s early years, “Forgotten Heroes” challenged prejudice and championed equality—and the impact is still being felt today. Read more about the pioneers of Title IX to remember here. On the Alitalia flight 747 from Milan …

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