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Stan Van Gundy: Athletes protesting against racism during the anthem are ‘role models of American patriotism’ (read more)


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Despite the potentially serious nature of the crime, LaVar Ball downplayed the arrest of his son, LiAngelo Ball, and two other UCLA players, Cody Riley and Jalen Hill, after they were detained on suspicion of shoplifting in China — a crime that could have carried a rather extensive prison sentence.On Friday, Ball continued his dismissive nature, implying that President Donald Trump had little to d (read more)

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The Germany international played a key role as Arsenal beat Tottenham 2-0 in a one-sided north London derby and he was delighted with the display (read more)

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The Timberwolves were down 12 points at halftime against the Mavericks, and coach Tom Thibodeau let his players know he wasn't happy (read more)

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Michigan quarterback Brandon Peters was injured in Saturday’s game against Wisconsin, and there was some controversy about the way he was hurt.Peters had to be carted off the field late in the third quarter after he was driven into the turf on a hit by Wisconsin linebacker Andrew Van Ginkel. (read more)

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Unionville senior Joe Zubilliga was selected as the Ches-Mont League American Division football player of the year (read more)

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President Donald Trump received the public gratitude he sought from LiAngelo Ball and two other UCLA players (read more)

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Earlier in the week, President Donald Trump wanted a ‘thank you’ from LiAngelo Ball and two other UCLA basketball players who were arrested for shoplifting in China. Why is that, exactly? Well, because he helped them out. (read more)

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NEW YORK (AP) - Malcolm Young, the rhythm guitarist and guiding force behind the bawdy hard rock band AC/DC who helped create such head-banging anthems as "Highway to Hell," ''Hells Bells" and "Back in Black," has died. He was 64. (read more)

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