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Kevin Durant jetted to Saint-Tropez days before doubling down on Nets trade request
Nets star Kevin Durant enjoyed a trip to Saint-Tropez just days before he doubled down on his trade request earlier this month in a meeting with team owner Joe Tsai.
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BMW Championship outright winner odds and predictions: Golf picks to win
Collin Morikawa is in prime position to make a run at outright winner of the BMW Championship. 
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Dennis Eckersley torches ‘pathetic’ Pirates during Red Sox broadcast
The Hall of Fame reliever torched the Pirates "pathetic" roster during Boston's 5-3 win on Tuesday night.
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Yankees’ Clay Holmes could be headed to IL with tight back
Yankees closer Clay Holmes has recently been dealing with a tight back, he revealed Tuesday night, and could be headed for the injured list.
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It’s time for Jacob deGrom and Max Scherzer to carry Mets
Max and Jake. Jake and Max. It’s a hell of an insurance policy the Mets bought to protect against the pain.
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Brian Daboll: Tyrod Taylor ‘might’ get reps with Giants’ starters
Daboll said getting Taylor some reps with the first team could happen again.
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Yankees’ slide continues with loss to Rays even as scoreless streak ends
The Yankees’ scoreless streak is over. Their losing skid is not.
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LeBron James shoots down Bronny college commitment rumors
Bronny James is one of the most heavily recruited high schoolers on the planet — and his dad wants everyone to know he hasn't decided where he'll play college ball.
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Packers’ Aaron Rodgers rips young WRs for continually dropping passes
Aaron Rodgers is getting tired of his receivers dropping passes as the NFL regular season fast approaches.
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Taijuan Walker exits Mets game early after showing discomfort
The Mets saw their starting pitcher leave early for a second straight night.
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Jets rookie Sauce Gardner impressing coaches with ‘unique confidence’
It’s safe to say the Jets think very highly of their fourth-overall pick from this year’s draft.
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Kenny Golladay’s frustration beginning to show at Giants camp
Based on his contract, Golladay is not going anywhere for this season, so the Giants have to figure out a way to make it work.
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Joe Flacco dominates, Denzel Mims provides highlight reel TD at Jets camp
Observations from Jets camp on Tuesday.
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Aaron Rodgers ‘doesn’t know’ who sent him Nicolas Cage bust after ‘Con Air’ arrival
Aaron Rodgers' 18th NFL season is off to an interesting start.
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Dana White’s Contenders Series odds, picks, and predictions today
Dana White's Tuesday night Contenders Series returns again this week. See how to bet on these amateur fighters hoping to score big in the UFC.
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Darin Ruf’s unlikely relief gem a rare bright spot on forgettable Mets night
Darin Ruf’s résumé included an inning pitched in relief for the Giants last year, so it didn’t come as a surprise he got the call Monday night with the game out of hand.
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Mets demolished by Braves after Carlos Carrasco suffers injury in loss
Any “luck” the Mets might have previously received against the Braves disappeared Monday night.
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Aaron Hicks’ Yankees woes sink to new low: ‘Extremely embarrassing’
In the top of the fourth inning, Hicks’ night went from disappointing to distressing.
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Yankees not rushing injured Giancarlo Stanton, DJ LeMahieu back as offense struggles
In the midst of a rough stretch both offensively and overall, the Yankees rolled out another lineup Monday without two of their most important bats — without any assurance that either player’s injury will be fully cured in the short term. DJ LeMahieu missed his second straight game with what imaging on Monday revealed as...
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Rookie tight end Daniel Bellinger could be unexpected Giants starter
Daniel Bellinger is paying attention to his defender’s hips. He wants to see them open up, the body giving up what direction the defender is going, so he can find space the other way.
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Yankees’ dormant offense blanked again in concerning loss to Rays
Not even the friendly confines of Yankee Stadium could awake the Yankees from their recent slumber. 
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Garrett Wilson already has perfect demeanor Jets: ‘Ultimate competitor’
The Jets head coach watched 22-year-old receiver Garrett Wilson, one of the team’s three first-round draft picks, and immediately loved what he saw.
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Mike White looking to reward Jets’ faith as role grows after Zach Wilson injury
Mike White couldn’t help but jump on the Cincinnati Bengals’ bandwagon during their surprise run to the Super Bowl.
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Jets making Sauce Gardner earn his nickname: ‘Ahmad it is’
“He’s Ahmad until the season starts and he makes a play,” said on Jets veteran.
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Ben Simmons, 76ers settle grievance over withheld salary
Ben Simmons and the 76ers can finally leave their relationship in the past.
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Giants defenders feast on QBs’ training camp interceptions
The Giants’ quarterbacks combined for three interceptions, one from Daniel Jones.
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Writer tells all in new book about WWE and boss Vince McMahon: ‘Learn to eat a s–t sandwich’
A new book goes inside the wrestling world and the hardball management style of an embattled former CEO known for strange foibles such as despising sneezing and giraffes.
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Why the Mets didn’t call up Brett Baty after Luis Guillorme’s injury
Brett Baty isn't getting a Mets call-up -- yet.
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Carl Lawson addresses growing chippiness at Jets camp: ‘Protect the team’
After a second straight chippy practice that included a scuffle ignited by OT Grant Hermanns, Carl Lawson addressed the team.
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Luis Guillorme out about a month as Mets get bad injury break
Luis Guillorme, who had an MRI exam on Monday, will miss time with a moderate groin strain, Mets manager Buck Showalter told reporters prior to the team's game against the Braves in Atlanta.
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