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The Ball brothers now have no plans to play college basketball, as their father LaVar said his priority is to get them on the same team (read more)


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LaVar Ball has said that his sons LiAngelo and LaMelo plan to play professional basketball overseas, and it appears the Ball brothers are on the verge of signing with a team.Adrian Wojnarowski and Jonathan Givony of ESPN reported on Monday that LiAngelo and LaMelo are in “serious discussions” to sign with Lithuanian club Prienu Vytautas. (read more)

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After the stunning news that LaVar Ball had pulled LiAngelo Ball out of UCLA, it’s been widely reported he’d be looking to have both LiAngelo and LaMelo Ball playing overseas. Now it appears the Ball brothers could soon be professional basketball players. (read more)

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LaMelo and LiAngelo Ball may be headed to a place very different from Chino Hills, but their new coach may remind them of someone very familiar.On Monday, LaMelo and LiAngelo agreed to contracts to join Lithuanian team Vytautas Prienai next month. (read more)

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Washington Redskins safety Su’a Cravens left the team back in September under some unusual circumstances and was eventually ruled ineligible to play for the remainder of the season, but he is planning to continue his playing career in 2018.On Tuesday, Cravens’ agent released a statement revealing that the 22-year-old has received medical clearance and is looking forward to making a return. (read more)

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Neshek pitched for the Phillies at the start of the 2017 season (read more)

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Brandon Morrow last handled ninth-inning duties with regularity close to a decade ago, when he earned 16 saves between the 2008 and 2009 seasons in Seattle (read more)

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The Washington Nationals have made the playoffs in four of the past six seasons, but they have not been able to advance beyond the NLDS. Perhaps if they put together one of the greatest starting rotations in MLB history, the results will be better going forward. (read more)

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Su'a Cravens contemplated walking away from the NFL after an extensive injury history (read more)

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After so much waiting, followed by a handful of smaller moves and then more waiting for the offseason to get started in earnest, the hammer finally dropped over the past few days (which means yours truly was travelling without his laptop because that's inevitably how these things work). With Shohei Ohtani signing with the Angels on Friday, we already had our first surprise of the offseason, as the (read more)

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