• Spieth's caddie an ex-math teacher who has a way with words
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    Spieth's caddie an ex-math teacher who has a way with words

    A former sixth-grade math teacher, Michael Greller is strong in numbers. Jordan Spieth leaned more on his caddie's words at the British Open. "This is as much mine as it is his," Spieth said as he clutched the silver claret jug. And then he turned to look over at Greller and said, "You deserve all the credit in the world for this major championship." Greller still had to work out some new math at the most critical juncture of the final round at Royal Birkdale. Spieth was hitting his third shot from the driving range and couldn't see any part of the par-4 13th hole. He thought he was about 270 yards away and was planning to hit 3-wood. Greller estimated the yardage closer than that and told him

  • Hayward: No one thing led him to Celtics, 'just a gut feeling'
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    Hayward: No one thing led him to Celtics, 'just a gut feeling'

    In the end, what was it that led this summer's most coveted free agent, Gordon Hayward, to finally choose the Celtics? "I don't know if there was one thing," Hayward told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski on "The Woj Podcast" released Monday. "I think if I would've stayed in Utah, we would've been really good. It would've been a great situation for me. My family would have been happy. We loved it there. "It was a different feeling in Boston that we had. It was like a gut feeling. When we broke it down, the city, the coaching staff, the players. The feeling of putting on a Boston Celtics uniform and competing for a title outweighed everything." MORE CELTICS Report: Celtics inquire about a potential Kyrie

  • Police: Lucky Whitehead cleared after misidentification; still cut by Cowboys
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    Police: Lucky Whitehead cleared after misidentification; still cut by Cowboys

    After an offseason dotted with suspensions and arrests and ongoing investigations, the Dallas Cowboys finally put their foot down. In a remarkably ironic twist, the Prince William County (Va.) Police Department rescinded a warrant for the arrest of Cowboys wideout Lucky Whitehead late Monday night –