• Jim Harbaugh thinks Donald Trump should 'check the constitution' after anthem remarks
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    Jim Harbaugh thinks Donald Trump should 'check the constitution' after anthem remarks

    Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh walks off the field after an NCAA college football game against Air Force in Ann Arbor, Mich., Saturday, Sept. 16, 2017. Michigan won 29-13. (AP Photo/Tony Ding) Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh doesn’t agree with President

  • Raiders' Marquette King goes to White House to show support for Steph Curry
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    Raiders' Marquette King goes to White House to show support for Steph Curry

    Raiders punter Marquette King responded to the comments President Donald Trump made about Warriors star Steph Curry and the comments the president made about NFL players who protest the national anthem by standing in front of the White House with a handwritten sign. The sign says, “Looks like this ‘son of a (expletive)’ revoked my invitation too! @StephenCurry30” A post shared by Marquette King (@marquetteking) on Sep 23, 2017 at 2:31pm PDT On the same day that King posted that on Instagram, Trump tweeted that he was withdrawing Curry’s invitation to the White House (since Curry won the NBA championship with the Warriors last season and traditionally teams visit the White House) after Curry had

  • NBA adds 'Harden Rule' and 'Zaza Rule' for players' safety
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    NBA adds 'Harden Rule' and 'Zaza Rule' for players' safety

    NBA referees will be able to call flagrant or technical fouls on defenders who dangerously close on jump shooters without allowing them space to land, as Zaza Pachulia did on the play that injured Spurs star Kawhi Leonard in last season's playoffs. Officials will also make sure jump shooters are in their upward shooting motion when determining if a perimeter foul is worthy of free throws, which could cut down on James Harden's attempts after he swings his arms into contact. The new rules interpretations are being unofficially called the "Harden Rule" and the "Zaza Rule". The Washington Wizards accused the Celtics' Al Horford of a dangerous closeout on Markieff Morris that injured Morris and knocked him out of Game 1 of their playoff series two weeks before the Pachulia-Leonard play.