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Sports | New York Post
Sports | New York Post
Gordon Hayward’s turkey is a Thanksgiving disaster
Gordon Hayward’s free agency went much better than cooking his turkey on Thanksgiving. The new Hornets star, who landed a four-year, $120 million contract from Charlotte last weekend, might need to put some of that money toward a cooking class after his Thanksgiving turkey came out looking worse for wear. “Is this how it’s supposed...
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Giants fans can be thankful for these reasons to believe again
As the Giants fan drops back and scans the field and looks to complete the socially distanced 6-foot gravy pass at the Thanksgiving table, there is more to be thankful for on this day than the fact he or she is not a Jets fan. This isn’t 2017, when your Ben McAdoo-Steve Spagnuolo Giants were...
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Obi Toppin’s coexistence with Julius Randle a cause for Knicks concern
The only drawback in drafting 6-foot-9 Obi Toppin last week is that the Knicks’ best player, Julius Randle, plays the same position — power forward. Toppin’s explosive game, decent 3-point shooting touch and Brooklyn heritage has given Knicks fans something to get excited about for the future. In the present, how Toppin and Randle, who...
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Ravens discipline coach for conduct during COVID outbreak
The Baltimore Ravens disciplined a strength and conditioning coach on Wednesday for not reporting symptoms and not consistently wearing a mask or tracking device, according to NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero. This came in the wake of the postponement of Thursday night’s primetime Ravens-Steelers game because of Baltimore’s rash of COVID-19 cases. “The Baltimore Ravens have...
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This will be very strange St. John’s basketball season
St. John’s made it to the opening tip as scheduled. There were no positive COVID-19 tests. No 14-day pauses. That, in itself, was a reason for celebration as the college basketball season begins amid a global pandemic. “We’ve kind of created a semi-bubble,” second-year coach Mike Anderson told The Post in a phone interview. That’s...
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Texas State University football player shot dead in drug deal gone bad
A football player at Texas State University was shot dead in a drug deal gone bad, police said Wednesday. Khambrail Winters, a 20-year-old defensive back for the Texas State Bobcats, was found with a gunshot wound to the chest at an apartment complex in San Marcos Tuesday at around 9:15 p.m., police said in a...
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Don’t close door on Yankees reuniting with Didi Gregorius
With the Phillies tightening their financial belt, there is a strong possibility they won’t be able to bring back shortstop Didi Gregorius and catcher J.T. Realmuto via free agency. With the Yankees possibly shifting Gleyber Torres from short to second, could that lead to a reunion with Didi Gregorius? A year ago, Gregorius finished a...
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Sam Darnold’s big Jets step doesn’t quell Adam Gase’s fears
Sam Darnold returned to practice Wednesday on a limited basis for the first time in more than three weeks, but the Jets weren’t ready to make any declarations on his status for Sunday’s game against the Dolphins. “We’re going in there thinking he’s going to be able to do quite a bit [in practice],” head...
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Women’s soccer goalie could make college football history at Vanderbilt
With several special teams players sidelined due to COVID-19, the Vanderbilt football team could make history and turn to a female soccer player to be their kicker. The Vanderbilt Hustler reported that Sarah Fuller, the starting goalkeeper for the Commodores women’s soccer team, practiced with the football team as a kicker on Tuesday. While she...
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Soccer legend Diego Maradona dead at 60
Diego Maradona, one of the greatest soccer players of all time, has died at the age of 60, according to multiple reports on Wednesday. The Argentinian legend, who led his country to a World Cup victory in 1986, underwent brain surgery to remove a blood clot earlier in November. He was still involved in the...
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Yankees would vanish Rays gap with Blake Snell blockbuster
Even the most obnoxious Yankees supporter would have to admit the Rays have replaced the Red Sox as the Yankees’ biggest hurdle getting back to the top of the AL East. The Red Sox took the first step back up the ladder by rehiring Alex Cora as their manager, but the Rays remain the defending...
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Mike Anderson’s second season brings new St. John’s expectations
Entering his first season in Queens, Mike Anderson didn’t know what to expect. He was at a new school, in a new conference, in a different part of the country. His roster had just two returning contributors. A year later — after surpassing low expectations in his first season — much of the mystery is...
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Jets’ GM-coach structure maddening — but not uncommon
When a team is as bad as the Jets are, and have been, every aspect of the team gets the microscope treatment. The way it call plays, the placement of players on IR and the running back rotation have all sparked speculation and conspiracy theories lately. That is life when you are 0-10 and have...
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