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Each NBA team’s most important player

13-10-2017 11:46 PM | yardbarker | 6 similar news

The mother of all NBA seasons is nearing. So as you finalize your League Pass subscriptions, complete your fantasy drafts, and prepare the guacamole for your watch parties, take some time to ponder the true meaning of the season — specifically, the benevolent stars who make such a joyous holiday possible with their prodigious athletic talents. (read more)


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Sports Illustrated may be the big winner in the 2017 World Series matchup, as they have an applicable cover for each representative: the Houston Astros and Los Angeles Dodgers. The SI jinx will apply to one team, while their cover will prove prescient for the other. (read more)

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Six teams on upset alert in NFL Week 7

21-10-2017 7:44 PM | yardbarker | similar news

Surprises and upsets lurk around every corner in this league, and we’re sure to be in for more than a few eyebrow-raising treats in NFL Week 7.Which Baltimore Ravens team will show up when it’s time to take on the Minnesota Vikings? Will Leonard Fournette’s ankle injury be a problem as the Jacksonville Jaguars clash with their divisional rivals? What about Big Blue? Can Eli Manning and Co. (read more)

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You’d think that the No. 1 pick of the NBA draft, a guard no less, could shoot free throws. (read more)

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The Houston Astros entered Game 7 of the ALCS with a big advantage over the New York Yankees, not for any players they have though.The Astros had wrestling personality Ric Flair to pump them up before the game. (read more)

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Erik Spoelstra doesn’t think it’s too coincidental that the NBA is seeing more injuries to start the year right as they shortened the length of the preseason.Speaking before Saturday’s game against the Indiana Pacers, the Miami Heat head coach said the decision to trim the preseason but keep training camp on the same schedule may contributing to the increase in injuries leaguewide. (read more)

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Stephen Curry could be facing a suspension after he was ejected from Saturday night’s game for throwing his mouthpiece at an official, and the two-time NBA MVP is not trying to justify his actions.Following the Golden State Warriors’ 111-101 loss to the Memphis Grizzlies, Curry admitted that he deserved to be thrown out for the way he acted. (read more)

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