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LeBron James Has Strong Message for LaVar Ball

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UCLA superstar Lonzo Ball has been one of the most talked about players all season as he leads his team to the Sweet 16 this weekend.  Ball has some impressive talent that has caught the eye of some current NBA players and analysts who expect him to be one of the top three picks in this year’s draft.  He has …

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Yankees Lose Their Shortstop

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The 2017 World Baseball Classic is fully underway, but the Netherlands national team will be without one of their key players. Yankees shortstop Didi Gregorius will be off the field for a few weeks after an MRI done on Monday revealed a hematoma in the 27-year-old’s shoulder. Following Saturday’s exhibition game at Chase Field against the Diamondbacks, Gregorius was experiencing some …

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March Madness Weekend One Recap

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The tournament might have gotten off to a slow start on Thursday, however, by Saturday it was safe to say that everyone’s bracket got busted.  Villanova, Louisville, and Duke all saw their seasons end abruptly.  All of the teams have been cut from 64 down to the Sweet 16.  Here is a look at some of the biggest moments from …

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Seahawks Find New Beastmode

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When Marshawn Lynch announced his retirement from the NFL we all realized that the Seahawks offense would not be the same, however, they were definitely underestimating Lynch’s impact.  Without Lynch in the backfield the Seahawks struggled to run the ball.  Top team rusher Christine Michael only had 469 yards for the year.  As a unit, the team only had 1,591 rushing …

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Will Villanova Go Back to Back?

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Villanova’s title run last year was nothing short of amazing. The last second shot by Kris Jenkins to win the game was one of the most memorable sports moments in recent history.  It was a long time coming for Jay Wright and his team after early exits the previous two seasons.  Many wondered if Nova would be able to find the …

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NHL Review Hurts Rangers

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Going into the third period against the Hurricanes in Raleigh on Thursday night with a 3-2 lead, the New York Rangers were getting ready to play hard, keep driving to the net, and finish out strong. Well, the tide turned as an awful call was made and it cost New York, and they were handed a 4-3 loss. The Hurricanes …

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NFL Free Agency Starts Off with a BOOM!

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Teams were incredibly busy today as free agency began in the National Football League.  Once 4:00 PM EST hit, it seemed like almost every team was signing and dealing, trying to put together their dream team. Some teams made substantial trades, trying to find their difference maker, others made some head scratching moves, and others made moves that had all …

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Teams are Making Noise at NHL Trade Deadline

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The trade deadline for the National Hockey League is this Wednesday at 3:00 PM EST, but a number of teams have already made some moves. A few teams shocked the hockey community while others made small, but significant progress for their teams heading towards a postseason push. On Sunday afternoon, Tampa Bay Lightning general manager Steve Yzerman stunned everyone by trading …

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Hudson River Rivalry Renewed

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Coming off a 2-1 shootout victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs, the New York Rangers were set to have a back-to-back set and wanted to start it off with a bang. Their first opponent? Their Hudson River rivals in the New Jersey Devils at the Prudential Center on Saturday afternoon. Antti Raanta started in net for the blueshirts while Henrik …