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  • Report: ‘At least three’ Bulls starters ripped Tom Thibodeau during exit interview

    Players supposedly said they'd avoid team facility this summer if Thibodeau remained the head coach.

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  • WWE asks an impossible question, gets an interesting answer (so far)

    And gets an interesting answer, at least for the time being.

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  • Dez Bryant shows up at Cowboys OTAs, Tim Tebow struggles with Eagles

    Despite not having a contract, Dez Bryant showed up at Dallas Cowboys organized team activities on Thursday. From Denver Broncos offensive tackle Ryan Clady tearing his ACL to Philadelphia Eagles players defending Chip Kelly against racism accusations, Thursday was a busy day in the NFL. Bryant,…

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  • FIFA brothers scrambled to deposit cash hoard at U.S. banks, U.S. court documents show

    By Douwe Miedema WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Two brothers who pleaded guilty in the FIFA soccer bribery scandal deposited large sums of cash in a frenzied series of visits to U.S. banks, hoping to avoid detection by authorities, U.S. court documents released this week showed. Daryan and Daryll Warner,…

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  • The Benefits of Weightlifting Shoes

    Strength training is all about producing force. The more force you can produce in the weight room, the greater your chances of transferring that strength to the field of play.

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  • Could the Lakers trade for a new small forward? - Los Angeles

    With all due respect to Wesley Johnson, Xavier Henry and, maybe even, Nick Young, the Lakers are probably going to have a new small forward going into next season (and they need one, let’s be honest). Thankfully, it’s a position with a number of options, including grabbing a guy on the trade…

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  • The Time Barry Bonds Was Intentionally Walked With The Bases Loaded

    Seventeen years ago today—May 28, 1998—Diamondbacks manager Buck Showalter made the decision to intentionally walk Barry Bonds with the bases loaded. It’s the rarest of baseball strategies, but it didn’t feel nearly as wrong as it might have: Bonds was, after all, the most fearsome hitter of all…

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  • Massarotti: Ortiz needs a few days off? 'I smell a rat'

    John Farrell told WEEI on Thursday that David Ortiz will be out of the lineup for "a couple of days" to try and work some things out. The Red Sox open a four-game series in Texas on Thursday night. The Red Sox' 39-year-old designated hitter went 1-for-12 in a three-game sweep by the Twins, part of…

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  • Kickstand--Top Ten Truisms For Motorcyclists

    Every form of endeavor probably has its truisms and clichés.  Some are worth remembering; some not so much. But either way, here is RideApart’s anthology of selected motorcycle truisms, not necessarily ranked in any order or included based on any profound

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  • WWE posts update on Rusev injury - is this a good time for a temporary write-off for the character?

    News has been out since Tuesday night and the Smackdown tapings, including photos showing the former United States champion in a temporary cast being wheelchaired around the airport... Rusev is currently being evaluated for a lower leg injury, WWE.com has learned. The Bulgarian Brute suffered the…

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  • Ring of Honor announces deal with Destination America, will serve as TNA lead-in

    The battle to be the No. 2 professional wrestling promotion in North America just got a lot more interesting. On Wednesday, Destination America announced that it will be bringing Ring of Honor to the network beginning June 3. The weekly program will run at 8 p.m. ET on Wednesday and will serve as…

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    Kayaker Catches Monster 552-Pound Fish, Breaks Rod

    A Florida fisherman named Jon Black was casually kayaking with his fishing pole recently when he achieved the greatest catch of his young life. Black hooked a 552-pound fish, which was really more like an aquatic dinosaur. The fish was so big it actually broke his fishing pole. It didn’t help that…

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  • Putin condemns US over FIFA probe

    Russia switched the focus of its tensions with America from Ukraine to the football pitch Thursday with President Vladimir Putin lashing out over the US probe into FIFA. The Kremlin strongman condemned the arrest of seven top FIFA officials, accusing Washington of trying to oust football boss Sepp…

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  • And now, we wait: Cavs and Warriors get time to rest

    Golden State coach Steve Kerr was chatting with assistant Luke Walton a few minutes before what became the Warriors' clinching victory in the Western Conference Finals, and a realization popped into his head. ''You know what we do now?'' Kerr asked, somewhat rhetorically. The NBA Finals won't start…

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  • Bolt wins 200m, Powell takes 100 in rainy Ostrava

    Usain Bolt won the 200 metres in his season's best time of 20.13 seconds in rainy, cold conditions at the Ostrava Golden Spike meeting on Tuesday as he builds up for the world championships. Isiah Young of the United States finished second in both races, trailing home behind Bolt in 20.35 and…

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  • Chip Kelly is not crazy. This is his plan for the Eagles.

    Let’s explore the insane theory that maybe he’s not a genius or a madman, but rather just someone doing smart, sensible things.

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    Photos of the day - May 28, 2015 (28 photos)

    Serena Williams of the U.S. screams in the second round match of the French Open tennis tournament, the flag of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) flies in front of its headquarters in Vienna and classmates celebrate after receiving their degrees from the John F. Kennedy School of…

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  • The 7 Richest Athletic Departments in College Sports

    Success in college sports is loosely tied to how much money a university's athletic department makes. Here's a look at the 7 schools that do this the best.

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  • OPEN THREAD: What to make of the Redskins cuts

    For the first few months Redskins GM Scot McCloughan mostly showed his warm and fuzzy side, praising players and adding to the roster via the draft and free agency. Wednesday, that all changed, when McCloughan made the decision to cut two veteran players from the Redskins in guard Chris Chester and…

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