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7 winners and 4 losers of the Anthony Davis trade to the Lakers
The biggest winner may not be Davis himself. Finally, Anthony Davis is a Los Angeles Laker. The months-long saga that ruined multiple teams’ seasons and featured countless leaks ended as everyone wanted, with Anthony Davis in L.A. and the New Orleans Pelicans securing most of what was once the Lakers’ bright future. The trade sent Davis to Los Ang
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That was quick
We have that and more in a special Sunday NBA newsletter. Ah, the NBA Finals ended three days early due to the Toronto Raptors winning in six. A week off until the 2019 NBA Draft (where there’s basically no drama for the first three picks anyway) and more than two weeks until free agency kicks off. Time for some cold beverages and a little time of
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Anthony Davis turns the Lakers back into the NBA’s premier free agent destination
There was no certainty the Lakers would land a star free agent. Trading for Davis absolutely changes that. The Lakers pulled off the deal everyone saw coming. They sent Lonzo Ball, Brandon Ingram, Josh Hart and three first-round picks — including the No. 4-overall pick in this year’s NBA Draft — to the New Orleans Pelicans in exchange for Anthony
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After all that, Anthony Davis was traded to the Lakers anyway
A five-month drama played out just to end how we thought it would. LeBron James and Anthony Davis are really going to play on the same team in the 2019-20 season. It’s really happening. After five months of nonstop negotiating and drama through the media, the Los Angeles Lakers agreed to trade Lonzo Ball, Brandon Ingram, Josh Hart, and three first
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A former college basketball player is leading the U.S. Open. Seriously.
If you’re at least a casual golf fan, you know Gary Woodland. What you might not know? His winding path to leading the U.S. Open involves deep three-point range, Dana Altman, and an exhibition game at Kansas. Brooks Koepka might get all the buzz for his athleticism and honest desire that he’d play baseball over golf, but it’s actually a different
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LIVEBLOG! It’s moving day at Pebble Beach for the U.S. Open
Can Tiger pull into contention? Is this Phil’s last meaningful round at the U.S. Open ever? Will Brooks position himself for a threepeat? Or could Gary Woodland create separation? It’s one of the more fun days of the year in professional golf: moving day at the U.S. Open. Later this afternoon, Rory McIlroy, Brooks Koepka, Justin Rose, and the rest
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It’s the weekend at a west coast U.S. Open. TIME FOR NIGHT GOLF.
Normally watching golf on TV involves surrendering entire weekend afternoons and calls from concerned family. Not this week. Rejoice, primetime golf is back. If you’re a devoted fan of watching golf on TV, there’s few things better than a west coast U.S. Open. On normal PGA Tour weeks — or really just any other event of the year, truly following a
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The Music City Miracle needs a deep rewind
We remember the return, but what about everything that led us to that point? Couple of fun facts for the next party you attend (if it’s not in Buffalo) Kevin Dyson had never returned a kick of any sort in the NFL before the Music City Miracle Dyson was on the field because Derrick Mason had been banged up earlier in the game, and Mason’s backup An
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The most exciting potential College World Series title matchups
Eight teams are in Omaha. Here are the most compelling championship matchups. The college baseball season always feels like it will last forever, but the 2019 edition is heading toward a dramatic climax at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha, Neb Eight teams remain vying for the College World Series trophy: Arkansas, Auburn, Florida State, Louisville, Mic
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Everything you need to know about the 2019 College World Series
Here is the bracket and schedule for all the action in Omaha. The 2019 college baseball season began with 297 Division I teams vying for the national championship and now just eight teams will battle for the College World Series title at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha, Neb. The regional and super regional rounds have narrowed down the tournament fiel
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Jordan Spieth chastising his caddie provokes support for Michael Greller at U.S. Open
The crowds following Tiger Woods and Jordan Spieth got behind Michael Greller, which is exactly what he probably did not want. Whether he wants to be or not, Michael Greller has become a bit of a celebrity at the 119th U.S. Open. It’s a safe bet that Greller would prefer no one know his name, what he looks like, and who he is, but that anonymity i
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The Twins’ MLB-leading offense is powered by 4 key offseason acquisitions
Minnesota leads baseball in runs, home runs, and winning percentage. The Minnesota Twins have the best record in baseball and own the largest divisional lead in the sport, thanks largely in part to an offense that leads the world in runs scored and home runs, along with several other categories. The core of the burgeoning offense is young. Byron B
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I’ve come to praise Kyle Lowry, not to slander him
Kyle Lowry is now vindicated. [Editor’s note: No, don’t pay attention to the meter, nerds.] Friends, NBA fans, and those from The Six. I’ve come to praise Kyle Lowry, not to slander him. A title is seen to validate a player; Their careers are often trashed without one. So, let it be with Lowry. My own brother told you that Lowry was trash: If Lowr
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Were the Eagles right to let Nick Foles leave?
This week, retired NFL lineman Geoff Schwartz weighs in on the risk of locking down Carson Wentz, as well as the Trent Williams situation in Washington. It’s our weekly NFL mailbag time! Now that the NBA season is over, the countdown to football is real. Before we know it, training camps will open up, the Hall of Fame Game will be played, and we a
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The USWNT just beat my team 13-0, what do I do now?
In this week’s advice column: How to recover from public humiliation, even when it’s REALLY bad. Welcome to Couldn’t Be Me, a weekly advice column where I solicit your personal dilemmas and help out as best as I can. Have something I can help you with? Find me @_Zeets. This week we talk about humiliating losses. We’ve all gone through them, instan
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The 7 best moments from ‘Hard Knocks’ we hope the Raiders can live up to
The Raiders were a perfect choice for “Hard Knocks” and give us the best chance at another signature moment in the show. The Oakland/soon-to-be Las Vegas Raiders were announced as the subjects of HBO’s Hard Knocks, much to the delight of NFL fans everywhere. The Raiders have always been one of the more newsworthy organizations in NFL history, whet
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Anything from 4-8 to 11-1 is on the table for USC this year. Have fun with that, Clay Helton
Helton is overseeing tons of changes after USC’s first losing season in 18 years, and the schedule has nothing but tricky test after tricky test. Yikes. Bill C’s annual preview series of every FBS team in college football continues. Catch up here! In last year’s USC preview, I wrote about how a coach’s third year in charge of the Trojans tends to
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How Trevor Lawrence can be even more dangerous in year 2
That playoff run could’ve been just a tease. As ridiculous as it now sounds, the Fighting Irish initially appeared to be a really tough draw for the ACC champions. Notre Dame’s defense was spearheaded by first round defensive tackle Jerry Tillery, experienced linebackers Te’Von Coney and Drue Tranquill, and free safety Alohi Gilman, who had 94 tac
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What the Raptors’ NBA championship means for Drake
That OVO and that XO ... the Toronto Raptors at his next show? The Toronto Raptors secured their first NBA championship on Thursday night in Oracle Arena’s farewell, beating the Warriors in a fitting six games. Drake, who has been known to cheer for every team that has ever existed, finally had his hometown team win a title in his lifetime. Drake’
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Who was the biggest steal of the 2016 NFL Draft?
From Dak Prescott to Michael Thomas to Xavien Howard, there were some huge names that weren’t drafted in the first round. The 2016 NFL Draft, at least three years out, has produced some incredible players at the top end. Six of the first seven players drafted have already made the Pro Bowl, and both of the top quarterbacks — Jared Goff and Carson
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The Golden State Warriors changed the NBA forever
They are still the greatest dynasty since the 90s Bulls. They have no reason to be ashamed. We don’t know what’s next for the Golden State Warriors. They lost their chance at a three-peat on Thursday, as the Toronto Raptors closed out the 2019 NBA Finals and won the franchise’s first championship. Kevin Durant ruptured his Achilles trying to come
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Sam Kerr and Australia really need ‘suck on that one’ to carry them through the World Cup
The Matildas have issues, but also a new rallying cry. Australia is having a disappointing World Cup, and looks nothing like the dark horse contender everyone thought it was coming into the tournament. The Matildas followed up their opening defeat to Italy with a wacky 3-2 win over Brazil on Thursday, taking advantage of some fortunate bounces and
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The Toronto Raptors are NBA champions because they refused to wait their turn
They are proof that bold moves pay off. OAKLAND -- The Toronto Raptors are NBA champions. Take a minute and let that thought marinate. The franchise that brought us the purple dinosaur and Zan Tabak is the best basketball team on the planet. They did it by beating the two-time defending champion Golden State Warriors in six games, winning all thre
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