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Wichita State's Ron Baker gets a hug from teammate Evan Wessel after Wichita State lost to Louisville 72-68 in a semi-final game in the NCAA Men's Basketball Championship at Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Georgia, Saturday, April 6, 2013.
  • Valentina Shevchenko stuns Holly Holm at UFC Chicago

    A traumatic start at Valentina Shevchenko's training camp didn't deter her from pulling off another shocking upset in the UFC women's bantamweight division. Shevchenko, from Kyrgyzstan, stunned Holly Holm on Saturday night at UFC Chicago, unanimously outpointing the former UFC champion. Less than two months ago, Shevchenko was at a chicken restaurant in Lima, Peru, when it was raided by armed robbers.

    Associated Press
  • Josh Norman steers clear of trash talk war with Odell Beckham

    Josh Norman showed remarkable restraint. You’d figure that after New York Giants receiver Odell Beckham told GQ that Norman was only relevant because of him, Norman would to respond in kind. Norman is not afraid of mixing it up.

    Shutdown Corner
  • Walden University - Master's and Doctoral Degrees

    Walden University - Master's and Doctoral Degrees

    Learn more about earning your degree from Walden University. Study online and further your career. Classes start soon. Request free information!

    Walden University
  • deGrom battered in Mets loss to Marlins, presented by W.B. Mason

    Jacob deGrom lasted just 3 2/3 innings and a less-than-dominant Jose Fernandez was still plenty good enough to lead the Marlins past the Mets, 7-2, on Saturday night at Marlins Park.

    Comcast SportsNet New York
  • Kyle Busch sweeps poles at Indy

    Kyle Busch wins the pole at Indy after qualifying rounds despite usually having trouble at this track. The win earns him the first starting spot in the Brickyard 400.

    NBC Sports
  • Pulisic says Klinsmann links to England made sense

    England has its new head coach locked into a deal but one American believes the rumors surrounding his current national team manager made perfect sense. Sam Allardyce officially took over the Three Lions on Friday but rising U.S. Men’s National Team attacker Christian Pulisic told Goal that he wouldn’t have been surprised if Jurgen Klinsmann made the jump to England. “They’ve seen how much he’s turned our country around and of course England would like to do the same,” Pulisic told Goal. Klinsmann’s success during his playing days was undoubted, and all of it was even headlined by the 1990 World Cup title. While his track record as a coach has raised skepticism, the German is said to be highly

    ProSoccerTalk
  • Finally—The Resort-Style Lifestyle You’ve Earned

    Finally—The Resort-Style Lifestyle You’ve Earned

    New homes - Charleston Club at Magnolia Green - Maintenance-free, one-level living with a golf course and private pool. Grand Opening! 7/23 at 11am

    Ryan Homes
  • Hope Solo shows everyone how she plans to beat the Zika virus in Brazil

    Hope Solo’s priorities for the Summer Games in Brazil can be characterized as the following: 1) bring home a fourth straight Olympic gold medal for the United States women’s national team and 2) do everything possible not to come home with the Zika virus. The chances of Solo and her American teammates achieving the former are pretty favorable, considering the U.S. won the Women’s World Cup last year and head coach Jill Ellis has been proactive in keeping the squad energized by incorporating exciting, young talent like Mallory Pugh. Because the goalkeeper tweeted a picture on Thursday night showing off quite the arsenal of insect repellent to keep any Zika-carrying mosquitoes away.

    FC Yahoo
  • Report: Juve buys Higuain for $103m, tipped as precursor to Pogba sale

    It’s a move that screams its own headlines, yet is being tipped as a precursor to a larger one. According to Sky Sports, Juventus has purchased Gonzalo Higuain from Napoli for an incredible $103 million, equaling the second-highest transfer fee in football history (Cristiano Ronaldo).

    NBC Sports
  • Which NHL goal scorers were luckiest this season? (Trending Topics)

    A shot from Alex Ovechkin from x location in a high-danger area has a greater chance of going in than one from Zac Rinaldo or even Lee Stempniak. With this in mind, we can reasonably extrapolate that guys like Patrick Kane, who led the league in points and finished second in goals only behind Ovechkin are generally going to appear to be more “lucky” than the average NHLer when their stats are viewed without context. What that basically means is that Kane had a shooting percentage of 16 percent in all situations last year, nearly doubling the NHL average of 8.5 percent.

    Puck Daddy
  • Your Dream Home Just Got Better

    Your Dream Home Just Got Better

    Parkside at Westphalia townhomes have an Upper Marlboro address near 495, a spa, sauna, game room, theater, pool, tennis courts and more. Low $300s.

    CalAtlantic Homes
  • Report: Flyers, Schenn disagree on money, term with arbitration looming

    It sounds like the Philadelphia Flyers have some work to do if they hope to avoid an arbitration hearing with Brayden Schenn. While the differences in opinion aren’t outright enormous, the Flyers still need to clean up their cap situation, so every $1 million counts.

    NBC Sports
  • How sparring with Manny Pacquiao gave Viktor Postol newfound confidence

    Can Viktor Postol overcome the odds against Terence Crawford on Saturday? LAS VEGAS – Viktor Postol’s introduction to Freddie Roach wasn’t quite as random as Manny Pacquiao’s, but Postol is hopeful that aligning with the seven-time Trainer of the Year can have a fraction of the positive impact upon him that it had on the Filipino superstar. Roach turned Pacquiao from a good but unknown fighter with plenty of flaws into a world champion in a record eight weight divisions.

    Kevin Iole
  • Derrick Rose somehow thinks the Knicks are a known superteam

    Derrick Rose speaks during a news conference at Madison Square Garden in June. Kevin Durant’s decision to join the Golden State Warriors served as the latest shot in the ongoing battle to form the NBA’s strongest superteam. Not every team can be the Warriors, Cleveland Cavaliers, or San Antonio Spurs.

    Ball Don't Lie
  • Checkout the New Prius, Sleek Look Low Price

    Checkout the New Prius, Sleek Look Low Price

    Your local Toyota dealer has unbelievable savings for you on a new Toyota Prius. Learn more today!

    Your Local Toyota Dealer
  • Why does Texas support Houston in the Big 12? Ranking 4 conspiracy theories

    Thursday, Texas leadership did a grandiose gesture that left everyone confused. The conventional wisdom has long been that Texas schools would not want to add Houston to the Big 12, as that would give yet another in-state recruiting rival Power 5 status. Big 12 expansion is a non-starter unless it includes University of Houston.

    SB Nation
  • NFL to review domestic violence allegations against Elliott

    The NFL says it is reviewing domestic violence allegations against Dallas Cowboys rookie Ezekiel Elliott. A police report says Elliott denied allegations that he assaulted his girlfriend early Friday in Columbus, Ohio, causing bruises and abrasions. Three witnesses told police they didn't see Elliott assault the 20-year-old woman.

    The Associated Press
  • Oops! Jeff Gordon’s uniform has quite a mistake on it

    Jeff Gordon‘s return to racing didn’t go quite smoothly Friday at Indianapolis Motor Speedway — that was before he got into his car. No, Gordon, who is subbing for Dale Earnhardt Jr., didn’t try to climb into the No. 24 car. Instead, Gordon’s driver’s uniform had quite a mistake. It listed the incorrect dates of his four Sprint Cup championships. Gordon’s public relations manager posted a photo of Gordon’s uniform that lists Gordon’s four Sprint Cup championships as 2006, ’07, ’08 and ’09 — all years teammate Jimmie Johnson won the crown. Gordon’s championships came in 1995, ’97, ;98 and 2001. It remains to be seen if another uniform will be sent to Gordon in time for Sunday’s Brickyard 400 on

    NASCAR Talk
  • Best Reviewed Mattress

    Best Reviewed Mattress

    4.9/5 Rating from 10,663+ Reviews. Back-Pain Friendly – American Made.

    Saatva Mattress
  • Teen arrested in deadly Southwest Philadelphia shooting over basketball game

    Philadelphia police say they have one person in custody and are seeking another for the murder of a 15-year-old boy as he left a basketball game.

    WPVI – Philadelphia
  • Matt Adams ends 16-inning marathon with homer, ferocious bat flip

    As soon as Matt Adams connected, the remaining fans at Busch Stadium erupted. The St. Louis Cardinals slugger blasted a majestic walkoff home run in the 16th inning on Friday to give St. Louis a much-needed 4-3 victory over the wild card-leading Los Angeles Dodgers. Adams’ big fly came against Bud Norris, a starting pitcher who was needed in emergency extra-inning duty, and it traveled an estimated 444 feet.

    Big League Stew
  • Rangers win big on Chris Kreider contract, at the buzzer

    This is what the New York Rangers and Chris Kreider do. After a controversial trade earlier in the week, this one is a slam-dunk for GM Jeff Gorton and the Rangers. Instead, the Rangers get him at $4.625 million, which is under Kreider’s submitted ask of $4.75 million for arbitration and well under the $5.25 million he was asking for in a long-term deal that ate up unrestricted free agent years, according to Larry Brooks of the NY Post.

    Puck Daddy
  • Jaw-Dropping Fortunes Of America's Richest Pastors

    Jaw-Dropping Fortunes Of America's Richest Pastors

    If you’ve ever flipped through your local channels on a Sunday morning, you’ve probably stumbled upon a religious service or two…

    ViralWorld
  • Rosberg edges out Verstappen to lead final Hungary practice

    Nico Rosberg gave Mercedes a clean sweep of practice sessions in Hungary by topping FP3 on Saturday morning, edging out Red Bull’s Max Verstappen by two-thousandths of a second. A fastest lap of 1:20.261 on the super-soft tire gave Rosberg P1 at the checkered flag, but his advantage was far less comfortable than he would have liked. Red Bull arrived in Hungary expected to run Mercedes close, but failed to match the German marque for pace on Friday.

    NBC Sports
  • VIDEO: Joel Embiid Looks Healthy, Ready to Dunk on Fools

    A reliance on grainy bursts of practice footage has turned Joel Embiid into half-hooper, half-Bigfoot for Sixers fans. Until he plays his first game in a Sixers uniform, short clips will have to do. It helps when they look like this: That's NBA skills coach Drew Hanlen working with Embiid, and I don't know if I can put together a string of words to properly summarize what's taking place. The dunk is a display of the brute force Embiid can throw at opponents, but the finesse showed on the up-and-under finish is exquisite. When he has an opportunity to show off his talent, you can see why Sam Hinkie gambled on his ability to stay healthy. Embiid's Philadelphia debut can't come soon enough. JOJO

    Liberty Ballers
  • Sabres, NHL respond to Evander Kane’s situation

    It seems like both the NHL and Buffalo Sabres are taking a wait-and-see approach when it comes to Evander Kane facing charges related to a June incident at a bar. Unlike Sabres GM Tim Murray expressing frustration with Kane shortly following the alleged incident, Buffalo’s release didn’t really share much emotion. Again, the NHL seems comfortable with following a simple path. The Buffalo News’ Mike Harrington points out that the league often waits until situations go through legal processes before deciding to do anything in-house.

    ProHockeyTalk
  • Why Small, Luxury Cruises Are Ideal for Explorers

    Why Small, Luxury Cruises Are Ideal for Explorers

    Silversea’s small luxury ships are designed for those who delight in the thrill of discovery with richly personnalised service and ocean-view suites.

    Silversea® Cruises
  • Red Sox analyst Remy struck by monitor as wind causes havoc

    BOSTON — Red Sox TV analyst Jerry Remy was hit in the head by a falling TV monitor as swirling winds caused havoc during the first inning at Fenway Park. Remy was sent home from Boston’s game Saturday night against the Minnesota Twins but is expected back Sunday. Former player Steve Lyons, also an analyst during some games, came in for Remy.

    NBC Sports
  • Former Vikings and Cardinals coach Dennis Green dies at age 67

    Dennis Green, who led the Minnesota Vikings to 97 wins in his 10 seasons as their head coach, died of cardiac arrest at age 67. The news of Green’s death was reported by multiple outlets including NFL.com. Green coached 13 NFL seasons, from 1992-2001

    Shutdown Corner
  • Derrick Rose on Knicks: “They’re saying us and Golden State are the super teams”

    Derrick Rose has never lacked confidence. At times it’s an irrational confidence — which is why New Yorkers will relate to him. You’re going to need that belief in yourself to be a little guard (officially 6’3″) weaving your way through the trees of the NBA in the paint to become an MVP. You’re going to need that to bounce back from multiple knee injuries and still be an impactful NBA player. Optimism about yourself and the future can lead to great things. Then there’s the other edge of the sword. The Knicks had an interesting off-season adding Rose, Joakim Noah, Courtney Lee, Brandon Jennings and coach Jeff Hornacek to Carmelo Anthony and Kristaps Porzingis. Lang Whitaker of NBA.com asked Rose

    ProBasketballTalk
  • Negative TripAdvisor Reviews: The Proper Approach

    Negative TripAdvisor Reviews: The Proper Approach

    9 out of 10 travelers say reviews are influential when choosing their stay. Find out our rules to responding to negative reviews on TripAdvisor.

    Travel Media Group
  • Horrigan: Correa's 46-month 'Hackgate' sentence is ridiculous

    Mark Appel, a 6-foot, 5-inch right-handed pitcher whom the Houston Astros made the first player selected in Major League Baseball’s 2013 amateur draft, currently is laboring for the Lehigh Valley IronPigs. His record is 3-3 with a 4.46 earned run average. I bring this up because (a) I want an IronPigs cap and (b) because the Astros’ 2013 draft plans were hacked by Chris Correa, then the director of scouting for the St. Louis Cardinals. Last week Correa was sentenced by a federal judge in Houston to 46 months in prison for breaking into the Astros’ player analysis database. As an Astros fan, I suppose I should be gratified by this hefty sentence. The heftiness is based in part on the fact that

    St. Louis Post-Dispatch
  • The time is right - England boss Allardyce

    England manager Sam Allardyce believes the job has come at the right time for him and wants to pass on his experiences to the rest of the squad.

    Omnisport Video