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3 hours ago

OT When you get a mild concussion and hit the game winning 3 cuz ball is life :mjlol:

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4 hours ago

NFL Throwback duel between GOATS (Peyton/Favre duel)

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That arm strength/accuracy of prime Peyton


Favre was that dude too



Gotta watch the clip on YT because the NFL be on that bi*ch sh*t but it's worth it.

 
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4 hours ago

NBA Starting a team from scratch. Who do you take? Arenas or Butler?

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| By Trotty Glizzy - 4 hours ago

Not including injuries. Just off who was more impactful at their best.




What pieces would you need around each player to contend?

 
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4 hours ago

NFL Cleveland Weatherman Refuses to Shave Until the Browns Win, Makes Terrible Mistake

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| By Kevin Spacey - 4 hours ago



You've almost certainly heard of a playoff beard, a staple of offensive linemen and hockey players the world over. Consider this the polar opposite — a tanking beard, perhaps.

Browns fan and FOX8 Cleveland meteorologist Scott Sabol made a commitment in the early part of the 2016 NFL season: He wouldn't shave his beard until the Browns won a game.

They're currently 0-12.


By Week 8, when Cleveland nearly knocked off the New York Jets, Sabol looked to be regretting his decision:


Now, though, with no relief in sight, Sabol looks like a veritable mountain man:


The more pedantic among us might point out that Sabol clearly trimmed his beard from time to time, but that's literally splitting hairs. The man has a job to do and a (semi-)professional appearance to maintain, after all. If anything, his bosses deserve kudos for going along with the shtick.

Seriously, look at that bearded face one more time:



Fortunately for Sabol, he's committed to this bit only until the season mercifully ends (assuming the Browns don't get a win before that, anyway). We asked our photo department to come up with an interpretation of what Sabol might look like if he were to grow his beard until Cleveland won its next game, regardless of the season, and this is what it came up with:



Truly, though, this is making a sacrifice for your team:


Beards aren't the only way Browns fans are "celebrating" their team's perfectly imperfect record; some Cleveland-area supporters are planning a parade should the Browns join the 2008 Detroit Lions as the only teams to finish 0-16.

For now, the big question is whether Sabol will be able to find relief before the final seconds tick off the clock of the Browns' Week 17 game in Pittsburgh on Jan. 1. Sabol's beard-based nightmare will continue for at least one more week since Cleveland is on a bye. The Browns then face the Bengals in Week 14, before traveling to Buffalo in Week 15, hosting the Chargers the following Saturday on Christmas Eve, and taking on the Steelers in that aforementioned season-ending game.

Good luck, sir. You're going to need it.

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5 hours ago

NFL PFF: Top 25 OL

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| By ahonui06 - 5 hours ago

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1. Trent Williams, LT, Redskins
2. Matt Paradis, C, Broncos
3. Kelechi Osemele, LG, Raiders
4. Marshal Yanda, G, Ravens
5. Andrew Whitworth, LT, Bengals
6. David Bakhtiari, LT, Packers
7. Donald Penn, LT, Raiders
8. Alex Mack, C, Falcons
9. Travis Frederick, C, Cowboys
10. Justin Pugh, LG, Giants

11. Joe Thomas, LT, Browns
12. Zack Martin, RG, Cowboys
13. Tyron Smith, LT, Cowboys
14. Jack Conklin, RT, Titans
15. Rodney Hudson, C, Raiders
16. Brandon Linder, C, Jaguars
17. Taylor Lewan, LT, Titans
18. Zach Strief, RT, Saints
19. Bryan Bulaga, RT, Packers
20. David DeCastro, RG, Steelers

21. Josh Sitton, LG, Bears
22. T.J. Lang, RG, Packers
23. Kevin Zeitler, RG, Bengals
24. Ramon Foster, LG, Steelers
25. Brandon Brooks, RG, Eagles

 
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5 hours ago

NFL Giants JPP out for the season after having sports hernia surgery

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5 hours ago

NBA Phil Jackson: Carmelo Anthony Can Play Jordan/Kobe Role In Triangle If He Doesn't Hog Ball

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| By Dee Grande - 5 hours ago


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Phil Jackson said Carmelo Anthony can play the "role that Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant played" in their teams' triangle offenses, but he believes that Anthony sometimes breaks a team rule by holding on to the ball for too long.

"Carmelo a lot of times wants to hold the ball longer than -- we have a rule: If you hold a pass two seconds, you benefit the defense. So he has a little bit of a tendency to hold it for three, four, five seconds, and then everybody comes to a stop," Jackson said in an interview with CBS Sports Network that aired Tuesday. "That is one of the things we work with. But he's adjusted to [the triangle], he knows what he can do and he's willing to see its success."

Jackson's comments were prompted by a question about whether Anthony can fit in the triangle offense. Jackson made it clear he believes Anthony can.

"He can play that role that Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant played," Jackson said. "It's a perfect spot for him to be in that isolated position on the weak side, because it's an overload offense and there's a weakside man that always has an advantage if the ball is swung."

 
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5 hours ago

MMA El Cucuy willing to fight soon, possibly Aldo at 145lbs

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| By SeanFiero - 5 hours ago




After Conor McGregor won the title at UFC 205, he announced the impending birth of his first child and it's expected that he won't return to action until next summer. Furthermore, there's speculation that McGregor will jump up to welterweight to challenge for his third title instead of immediately defending his lightweight belt. With this in mind, number one ranked lightweight contender Khabib Nurmagomedov has been vocal in suggesting he and Ferguson fight for an interim title in the spring while the division waits on McGregor. Ferguson is looking for something sooner though.

"I'm looking towards the next fight. I worked on healing already. I had something signed up in January already but the opponent needed some more time to heal apparently. I'm ready to go. Less talk, more walk.

"They wanted something to happen in Anaheim and I was pretty down for it. Khabib's name came up and management talked about it and they came back at me that he needed more time. So whatever. It would have been awesome to fight in my hometown. It would have been bad ass."

Lightweight isn't the only belt he can fight for though. Ferguson said he wants to win multiple belts to cement himself as the pound-for-pound best and he's just as happy starting in another division if that's what it takes, including dropping down to challenge newly reinstated featherweight champion Jose Aldo.

"Maybe Aldo. Jump down to 145, see what's up down there. 155's pretty fun. Maybe bump up to 170. Just thinking about my weight right now, my wife got me this juice cleanse because I was getting kind of heavy. I should step on the scale right now — 185 [pounds]."

Cutting 40 pounds to make the featherweight limit would be no small feat and would instantly make Ferguson one of if not the biggest fighters in the division. Conor McGregor's time at featherweight was marked by enormous weight cuts that had him looking skeletal on the scale and McGregor was only cutting from somewhere around 170 pounds. And while cutting fifteen more pounds than McGregor did may not seem realistic, Ferguson is confident he can make the weight and welcomes the challenge.

"I can do it. I'm a wrestler. I've been doing this a long time. I'm really focused. 145 would be really fun to test myself mentally, too. A lot of people, they like to climb these peaks and they like to do all these other things. I like to push my body to just extremity to get past the mental toughness barriers. So fighting at 145, that would be great. If Kenny Florian can do it, I can do it."

And of course if he could manage it, Ferguson like's his chances down there as well.

"I think I would pose a big threat at 145."

 
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5 hours ago

NFL Browns plan to start QB RGIII on Sunday vs Bengals

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6 hours ago

NBA Detroit Pistons Projected to Finish 3rd or 4th in East

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| By Hovi Bryant - 6 hours ago



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So far, no opponent has scored more than 100 points in the Palace.

Detroit has the third best bench in the NBA in terms of +/-
Detroit was sitting at .500 before Reggie Jackson returned
Reggie starting, with Ish off the bench?
KCP having a career year. He's trying to earn that contract.
Morris and Harris giving niggas fits.

Pistons continue to blow teams out of the water. I learned the Bulls aren't real last night. Can't play against Detroit if ya bench is weak.

SVG turned this team around quick as fu*k.

 
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6 hours ago

NBA this ad is too much

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| By Blazeyy - 6 hours ago



saw on this my yahoo sports sidebar


i'm kinda glad boxden didn't go mainstream with

 
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6 hours ago

NCAAF Oregon Ducks Hire Willie Taggart as New Head Coach

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Good hire. Dude was the RB coach under Harbaugh at Stanford.


Young. Enthusiastic. Wouldn't mind seeing him at Michigan one day if Oregon works out.

Brought USF out of the gutter to a very respectable 10-2 record.


The Washington-Oregon rivalry about to be lit in the Pac12 North



 
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18 hours ago

NBA John Wall Career High 52 Points Full Highlights

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Previous career high 47 in 2013


 
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23 hours ago

NBA Crazy last minute of BOS @ HOU

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23 hours ago

NCAAB Lonzo Ball's Youngest Brother Got That Steph Curry Range

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| By mixtapelive - 23 hours ago


Kid has an awkward looking shot but he's been playing on the biggest HS basketball stage as a freshman (last year) and sophomore now and holding his own against the best.

 
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23 hours ago

NBA JR Smith injury

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23 hours ago

NBA KLAW to Klay? Almost...

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| By jsilerio - 23 hours ago

What might have been: The Spurs tried to trade up and draft Warriors' Klay Thompson in 2011

In the wake of Klay Thompson's 60-points-in-29-minutes performance on Monday night, everyone is left to wonder what might have happened had Thompson not found himself specifically on the Warriors. The Warriors no doubt unlock Thompson's full potential, just as Thompson unlocks what the Warriors are capable of with his scoring, defense, and gravity.

It's easy to forget that Thompson was drafted all the way at No.11 in 2011. Furthermore, Yahoo Sports reports that several other teams, most notably the San Antonio Spurs, had eyes on him in that draft:

Five and half years ago, a call had come into Myers inside the Warriors' facility. Within 48 hours of the 2011 draft, the San Antonio Spurs had flown in Thompson for a clandestine workout and meeting with Gregg Popovich and R.C. Buford.

Myers had known the Spurs were aggressively pushing for a trade into the Toronto Raptors' fifth spot to draft Lithuanian center Jonas Valanciunas, a move the Warriors wanted to make themselves. Short of that deal, Myers had a sneaking suspicion that the Spurs were moving toward a Plan B: cutting a deal to bound over the Warriors' 11th overall pick and take Thompson.

Golden State believed this, too: At No. 10, the Milwaukee Bucks wanted to draft Thompson as well.

"Consensus was hard with our group," Myers once told me, "but we had it with drafting Klay."

Source: Klay Thompson's 60-point night a reminder of Warriors' belief in him.

So on top of how interesting it is that the Spurs were looking to acquire Jonas Valanciunas, the Thompson fit is fascinating. Thompson is quiet and enjoys Harry Potter books, he would fit in well with the Spurs' culture. He wouldn't be this kind of dominant, explosive force, but he would have become much of the same kind of all-round player and likely would have emerged as their building point post-Duncan, just as Kawhi Leonard, who they later traded up to draft has.

In fact, as great as Leonard is -- and he's an MVP candidate -- you wonder how much having a scorer who can take over the game the way Thompson can would have changed and helped the Spurs. Leonard's defense was crucial to their 2014 NBA title, and Leonard is a two-time Defensive Player of the Year which Thompson is unlikely to have become.

And yet Leonard, even with his brilliant efficiency and an offensive repertoire that is constantly evolving, doesn't have quite the same scoring ability that Thompson does, and that alone can flip games on its own. Maybe the best way to put it is that Leonard is a player that helps the Spurs immensely possession by possession, where as Thompson's high points would have helped them game by game.

It's a no-lose for the Spurs in retrospect, but still interesting to wonder what would have happened, not only with the Spurs, but the Warriors, had Thompson not fell in their lap.

In related news, the Sacramento Kings traded up in that draft.

They took Jimmer Fredette, who is currently having a phenomenal season ...

... In China.



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23 hours ago

NBA Wade scores his age in points: 34 pts, 4 assists, and 2 blocks

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Wade scores his age in points: 34 pts, 4 assists, and 2 blocks in Loss against the Portland Trailblazers.


 
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23 hours ago

NBA LeBron James reportedly says no Trump hotels

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Published on Dec 6, 2016
LeBron James and a few of his teammates on the Cleveland Cavaliers have reportedly been excused from staying at the Trump SoHo Hotel in Manhattan. CBSN's Meg Oliver has the details.

 
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23 hours ago

NFL Colts LB D'Qwell Jackson suspended final 4 games for PEDs

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