Kanye took to Twitter to take aim at his labels and fellow rappers, Drake and J. Cole.
The monthlong postponement, or was it a pause, of Big Ten football is over. Conference games are scheduled to begin the weekend of Oct. 24. A byeless, eight-game regular season will be followed by "Champions Week" — or the league championship game and a slew of interdivisional Big Ten matchups.
Paul George was making some interesting decisions during the game, too, which led to an exchange with Montrezl Harrell, reports Chris Haynes of Yahoo Sports. Early in the second quarter, a struggling George had committed two careless turnovers in less than a minute. The second mishap was a half-court pass to Harrell, who was near the paint but surrounded by Murray and Michael Porter Jr. Murray picked off the pass… Harrell approached his teammate about the risky pass, with George not taking responsibility and arguing the pass could have been caught had Harrell made the right play, sources said… Harrell responded with something along the lines of, “You're always right.
Jordan Spieth already is facing an uphill battle after only two holes at the U.S. Open. Tiger Woods, Justin Thomas and Collin Morikawa were waiting on the second tee when Spieth in the group ahead arrived in a golf cart. Spieth has not won in three years.
Gordon had a solid Week 1 outing with his new team, but faces a daunting task in Pittsburgh that held Saquon Barkley to just six rushing yards in Week 1. And with LeVeon Bell out in New York, Gore seems a safe play, right? Wrong.
Andy Murray thinks the Australian Open should consider removing Margaret Court's name from the arena at Melbourne Park as he says the multiple Grand Slam champion's values are at odds with what tennis stands for. The 78-year-old Court, who holds the all-time record of 24 major singles titles, has been heavily criticised for voicing her religious-based opposition to same-sex marriage and transgender athletes. "When you get to the Australian Open you want to concentrate on the tennis.
Klay's dad disagrees with Magic's bold claim on Adebayo block originally appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea Bam Adebayo delivered a jaw-dropping, sensational, "you-had-to-see-to-believe" block in the closing seconds of the Miami Heat's win over the Boston Celtics on Tuesday. And shortly after the Heat held on to capture Game 1 of the Eastern Conference finals, NBA legend Magic Johnson issued a bold statement on Twitter. Klay Thompson's father, Mychal, offered his perspective Tuesday night.
Nine months before the Nuggets ended the Clippers' season, they were sending their visitors from Los Angeles to their sixth loss in 13 games on a crisp January night. After voicing his frustration over two decisions by the officials, the Clippers' coach was whistled for two technical fouls, ejected and led off Pepsi Center's court with just over a minute remaining. The loss capped a stretch featuring some of championship contender's most head-scratching play of its highly anticipated season, including a 26-point loss on Jan. 4 that led backup center Montrezl Harrell to deduce that “we're not a great team.”
Two former U.S. Open champions are tinkering with their equipment in hopes of winning a second title this week at Winged Foot Golf Club. Dustin Johnson, the winner of the 2016 U.S. Open at Oakmont and the 2020 FedEx Cup champion, took his TaylorMade SIM Max 7-wood out of the bag and replaced it with a new SIM DHy 2-iron that is fitted with a Project X HZRDUS Smoke Black 100X shaft. Johnson, who is currently ranked No. 1 on the Official World Golf Ranking, not only won at East Lake two weeks ago with the 7-wood in his bag, he also used that club when he shot a second-round 60 and won the Northern Trust at TPC Boston.
Tiger Woods' quest to catch Jack Nicklaus' record of 18 career major championships continues this week at the 120th U.S. Open at Winged Foot Golf Club in Mamaroneck, New York. The last time the U.S. Open was held at Winged Foot in 2006, Woods missed the cut at a major for the first time in his career after a pair of 76s. The 15-time major champion enters the event after a two-week break following his FedEx Cup exit with a T-51 at the BMW Championship in August.
Evaluating talent is a full-time-all-the-time endeavor in the NFL. Even if the Cowboys hadn't seen injuries take Blake Jarwin, Leighton Vander Esch, and Cam Erving off the field in Sunday night's opener, the team would still be expected to at least kick the tires on some new names this week. Given the season-ending ACL tear to starting tight end Blake Jarwin, it's not surprising to see a couple more on the club's tryout list.
The par-3 third hole at Winged Foot this week is a perfect example of such concept. At 243 yards, it isn't even the longest par 3 that PGA Tour players have seen in the last month – that would be the 251-yard eighth at Olympia Fields (BMW Championship) – but No. 3 on the West Course has history as a “half par.” During the 1959 U.S. Open, Billy Casper laid up at the third hole all four rounds and won the event thanks in no small part to four consecutive pars at No. 3.
The 49ers reached out to the Browns and worked out a plan that will allow the running back to be tested for Covid-19 at their facility in nearby Berea, Ohio. The hospital Devon Mostert is scheduled to give birth at is 20 miles from the Browns' facility. The 49ers are scheduled to practice in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia between the games so Mostert can easily be able to fly to Cleveland for his son's birth.
Odell Beckham Jr.'s very blunt analysis of Browns' loss to Ravens originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington Once again the Cleveland Browns didn't live up to the season opening hype Sunday against the Baltimore Ravens, losing by 32 points. In said loss, quarterback Baker Mayfield and star receiver Odell Beckham Jr. could never quite get on the same page -- OBJ finished with just three receptions for 22 yards. "It's not feasible for me to be thinking about what he [Mayfield] may be going through back there, or if there's pressure, I know there's a lot on his plate," Beckham said.
After the Pittsburgh Steelers 26-16 win over the New York Giants last week, the media has started to perk up about Pittsburgh's potential this season. One guy in particular who seems to be looking for a spot on the bandwagon is CBS Sports NFL analyst Adam Schein. Schein was glowing about the Steelers after their win talking about the Steelers being a dangerous team week in and week out.
Higashioka slugged a career-high three home runs, DJ LeMahieu connected twice and resurgent New York hit a season-best seven homers in another Bronx air show, thumping the Toronto Blue Jays 13-2 on Wednesday night. Luke Voit lofted a three-run drive for his major league-leading 19th homer and Clint Frazier added a solo shot as the Yankees won their seventh straight game following a 5-15 slide. New York moved 1 1/2 games ahead of Toronto for second place in the AL East, with the top two teams ensured spots in the expanded postseason that begins in less than two weeks.
Damian Lillard was secretly predicting Paul George and Kawhi Leonard's 4Q performance originally appeared on NBC Sports Northwest Did you know that Damian Lillard is a magician? More on that in a moment. Listen, payback is a b****.
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Kevyn Adams didn't have to do too much homework on center Eric Staal in completing his first trade as Buffalo Sabres general manager. A former NHL player, Adams had plenty of firsthand insight on the 17-year veteran going back to their days as teammates with the 2006 Stanley Cup champion Carolina Hurricanes. ''Eric Staal has had a world-class career,'' Adams said Wednesday, shortly after acquiring Staal in a trade that sent forward Marcus Johannson to the Minnesota Wild.
Close to two weeks ago, Dylan McCaffrey stood outside of Michigan Stadium and explained why he was at a parent-led protest of the Big Ten's decision to postpone fall sports. Big Ten football will return the weekend of Oct. 24 — but McCaffrey won't be in Ann Arbor to see it happen. The redshirt junior quarterback plans to opt out and transfer, according to reports from The Athletic's Bruce Feldman and ESPN's Tom VanHaaren.
Derrick Henry (Titans) vs. Jaguars 2020 rushing stats: 31 attempts, 116 yards, 0 TDs 2020 receiving stats: 3 catches, 15 yards, 0 TDs The only running back with more than 30 carries in Week 1, Derrick Henry has more opportunities to produce each game than most rushers can even dream of receiving. Jacksonville's defense fared well against a Colts offense that lost Marlon Mack for the season after just four carries, but Henry should prove to be a much more difficult challenge in Week 2.