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NBA ball in the fam ep 8

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| By notadoctor - 15 hours ago

give them an E! deal

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16 hours ago

NBA Sixers still babying Embiid, plan to start year restricting his minutes to under 20 per ga

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| By trill jackson - 16 hours ago

@1:20 coach brown talks about it

i get it we don't want dude getting hurt but this is bullsh*t. we're treating him like a lil bi*ch, its simple if you're healthy fu*kin play!

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16 hours ago

NFL American Patriot Wearing Stand For The Anthem Shirt Pictured Sitting On Flag At Jets Game

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| By droid3000 - 16 hours ago


Basically, me and my friend were walking around the stadium sometime during the 3rd quarter. There is a huge tv screen by the food carts right inside the stadium where people gather to watch. We went over there to check it out and we saw him spread the flag out and sit down.

I thought it was too ironic so I snagged a picture. He sat on it for a few minutes before leaving.

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16 hours ago

NBA NBA's realest coach or player fires back at Trump

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| By VanCity22 - 16 hours ago

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San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich, who has been vocal about President Trump's behavior, lashed out Monday, calling him a "soulless coward" for lying about former presidents not calling families of fallen soldiers.

Trump, while*defending*his slow response to the deaths of four U.S. soldiers in Niger earlier this*month, said that most of the presidents who came before him*never called the families of service members killed in action.
“If you look at President Obama, and other presidents, most of them didn’t make calls. A*lot of them didn’t make calls," Trump said Monday. "I like to call when it's appropriate, when I think I am able to do it."

Popovich on Monday told Dave Zirin, sports editor at The Nation,*that Trump was a "soulless coward" and wanted to make sure the comments were "on the record."

According to the story, Popovich said:

"I’ve been amazed and disappointed by so much of what this President had said, and his approach to running this country, which seems to be one of just a never ending divisiveness. But his comments today about those who have lost loved ones*in times of war and his lies that previous presidents Obama and Bush never contacted their families, is so beyond the pale, I almost don’t have the words.

"This man in the Oval Office is a soulless coward who thinks that he can only become large by belittling others. This has of course been a common practice of his, but to do it in this manner–and to lie about how previous Presidents responded to the deaths of soldiers–is as low as it gets. *We have a pathological liar in the White House: unfit intellectually, emotionally, and psychologically to hold this office and the whole world knows it, especially those around him every day. The people who work with this President should be ashamed because they know it better than anyone just how unfit he is, and yet they choose to do nothing about it. This is their shame most of all."

Popovich has been openly critical of Trump before. During the Spurs' media day, Popovich told reporters that the United States*is currently*"an embarrassment in the world."
"You've got a choice," Popovich said.*"We can continue to bounce our heads off the wall with his conduct, or we can decide that the institutions of our country are more important, that people are more important, that the decent America that we all thought we had and want is more important, and get down to business at the grassroots level and do what we have to do."

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20 hours ago

NFL ❄️ Shaun King hates RG3?

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| By all3rd - 20 hours ago

RGknee and Mr. King fanboys explain?

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NFL Teddy Bridgewater cleared to practice

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NBA Adam Silver Responds To Jordans Superteam Comments

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| By CROWN - 20 hours ago

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I chuckled a little because this notion that maybe the most competitive athlete in the history all of sports is frustrated because his team isn’t predicted to win the championship this year.

So I take it with a bit of grain of salt.

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20 hours ago

NFL Lions WR Golden Tate set to miss a few weeks with shoulder injury

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21 hours ago

NBA Memphis Grizzlies waive 1st rounder Wade Baldwin

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21 hours ago

NBA Kendrick Perkins to join Cavaliers' G League team

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| By Player2 - 21 hours ago


Free-agent center Kendrick Perkins, a 13-year NBA veteran, has agreed to a deal to join the Cleveland Cavaliers-affiliated Canton Charge of the NBA's G League, league sources tell ESPN.

The Cavaliers waived Perkins, 32, after he spent the preseason on the roster. Perkins remains determined that his ability to provide backup center minutes and his reputation as a strong locker room presence and veteran mentor can help him return to an NBA roster.

Perkins had the opportunity to start a coaching career with the Cavaliers, but is determined to return to the league as a player. In a text message on Monday, he told "I'm serious and I'm committed to this [opportunity]. I will sacrifice to show the NBA."
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21 hours ago

NFL NFL Highest Rated Weekend of Season / Up 7% Last Year

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| By CityofChampions - 21 hours ago

Americas team

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21 hours ago

NBA Spurs Extend LaMarcus Aldridge (3Yrs/$72 Million)

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21 hours ago

NFL Jags set all time attendance Low of Shad Khan's tenure

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| By st21 - 21 hours ago


At 3-2 before Sunday, the Jaguars entered their second true home game of the season with a winning record and a signature victory over the Steelers. Jacksonville’s home team also was alone in first place in the AFC South.

Given that the team has managed to sell plenty of tickets through plenty of struggles, they filled up EverBank Field for the game against the Rams, right?

That didn’t happen. In fact, it was the lowest showing at home since Shad Khan purchased the team. According to Phillip Hellman of the Florida Times-Union, only 56,232 showed up for the 27-17 loss.

The low turnout could be a product of disinterest, but the team is actually interesting this year — even though inconsistent. The win-one-lose-one formula suggested that a loss was looming in Week Six. Still, many expected the Jags to win the game, which would have moved them to 4-2 through six weeks of the season.

It’s also possible (and for the team and league more ominous) that people stayed away due to the anthem controversy. Via, a plane pulling a banner blaring “Be American, Boycott the Jags & the NFL” appeared on Sunday in Jacksonville. It was the team’s first game at home since 15 players took a knee during the national anthem in London.

NFL owners will be meeting on Tuesday, in the hopes of resolving the anthem controversy in a way that persuades players to choose to stand — which in turn would (should) put the issue to rest.
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21 hours ago

NBA LeBron James' first SportsCenter NBA highlight | ESPN Archives 🏀

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21 hours ago

NBA BX 2017-18 NBA Predictions thread

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| By Eazy123 - 21 hours ago

1. GSW
2. HOU
3. OKC
4. SAS
5. MIN
6. DEN
7. LAC
8. POR

1. BOS
2. CLE
3. WSH
4. MIL
5. TOR
6. CHA
7. PHI
8. BKN

MVP: Kyrie Irving

ROY: Lonzo Ball

COY: Mike Malone

DPOY: Draymond Green

MIP: D'Angelo Russell

6th Man: Rudy Gay

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21 hours ago

NFL bowman signs with the raiders lmao

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| By Chicken Nuggets - 21 hours ago

should have went somewhere else instead of these losers
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21 hours ago

NBA Players you never thought would be as good as they currently are

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| By tygamann1 - 21 hours ago

Was watching some highlights and thought damn you couldn't pay me to think these guys would be sh*t in the league let alone standing out in it

Derozen, Gallinari and Teague

Thought Derozen was gnna be Evan Turner before Evan Turner

Thought Gallinari was gnna be another Darko and thought Teague was hyped because of Wake Forests season that year and would be slow and ineffective in the league

Thought JJ Reddick would get chewed up in the league to something like Fredette

Oh yeah Patrick Patterson too

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23 hours ago

MMA Bisping trying to bully GSP backstage (clip)

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| By Gramz - 23 hours ago

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23 hours ago

NCAAF Sean Taylor Inducted Into Miami Football's Ring Of Honor

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| By madness - 23 hours ago

Before Sean Taylor patrolled the defensive backfield for the Washington Redskins with authority, the legendary pieced together one of the best careers by a University of Miami football players.

Taylor, who was selected in the first round by the Redskins in the 2004 NFL Draft, was a consensus All-American in 2003, a finalist for the Jim Thorpe Award and was named the 2003 BIG East Defensive Player of the Year. He ranks fifth at Miami in career interceptions (14) and second in interception return yards (306), won a national championship in 2001 and made two Pro Bowls with the Redskins before his tragic passing.

On Friday, Taylor was officially indicated into Miami football's Ring of Honor along with Michael Irvin, Ray Lewis, Ed Reed and Warren Sapp.

Taylor's daughter, Jackie, spoke on behalf of the former Redskins safety.

look just like her daddy

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NCAAB University of Louisville terminates Rick Pitino

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