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Nice's Mario Balotelli alleged he was the victim of racist abuse during a game at Dijon. The referee who booked Mario Balotelli after the Nice striker alleged he had been the victim of racist abuse has insisted he did not hear the insults. (read more)


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Astros pitching prospect Forrest Whitley has been suspended for fifty games, according to Buster Olney of ESPN.com (Twitter link). (read more)

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NBA planning preseason game in Seattle

22-2-2018 2:02 AM | yardbarker | similar news

The NBA will return to Seattle next preseason with a familiar face for Pacific Northwest fans, according to Ailene Voisin of The Sacramento Bee.Kevin Durant, who spent his rookie season with the SuperSonics before the franchise moved to Oklahoma City, will lead the Warriors against the Kings on October 6 at Key Arena, Voisin writes. (read more)

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Tiger Woods is playing back-to-back weeks for the first time in almost a year as he tries to get his game in shape before the Masters. Follow his first round at PGA National with SN's live updates. (read more)

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Spring training is a time for baseball players to get their games in order, maybe drop some pounds, and learn new things about the eating habits of your teammates. That last one is more about Minnesota Twins pitcher Phil Hughes. (read more)

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Twenty-six games remain in the Clippers’ regular season and coach Doc Rivers has already calculated how many he thinks his team needs to win in order to make the playoffs in the Western Conference. “Yeah, I think we’ve got to win 25 of them,” Rivers said, smiling. (read more)

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The Minnesota Vikings sent some interesting thank you gifts to Philadelphia Eagles fans who donated to the Vikings Foundation.According to a report, the Vikings mailed Super Bowl game confetti to approximately 24 Eagles fans following the donations. (read more)

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Based on what Gregg Popovich said on Wednesday, it’s going to take a minor miracle for the San Antonio Spurs to see Kawhi Leonard play this season. Leonard missed the start of the season with a quad injury, and he’s appeared in just nine games since then. (read more)

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The 2018 NFL Scouting Combine is the place to be for NFL coaches and front office folks, who are all keenly looking for game-changing players.This year’s combine features 336 players looking to make their mark. (read more)

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The official start to the new league year is less than a month away, which means all 32 NFL teams are gearing up for their annual free agency frenzy.In preparation for said frenzy, each team is currently deep in evaluation mode, looking not just at the crop of impending free agents, but also their own impending free agents and what remains of their roster. (read more)

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Miami Marlins CEO and co-owner Derek Jeter’s desire to remove the home-run sculpture that sits in the outfield of Marlins Park could be thwarted by Red Grooms, the artist who designed it.According to a Miami Herald report, a Miami-Dade county official has indicated the artist who designed the $2. (read more)

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Ex-Rocket Bobby Brown headed to Greece

21-2-2018 10:15 PM | yardbarker | similar news

Bobby Brown, who was waived by the Rockets last week, has reached an agreement to play for the Greek team Olympiacos, according to Eurohoops (hat tip to Sportando).Brown, who appeared in 20 games this season, had hoped to re-sign with Houston for the rest of the year, but became expendable when the Rockets reached agreements with Joe Johnson and Brandan Wright following buyouts. (read more)

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Major League Baseball on Wednesday tweeted out an image of the caps all 30 teams will wear in memory of the 17 students and faculty slain last week during the massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. Major League Baseball announced earlier this week that every team will honor the victims by wearing Stoneman Douglas caps on Friday before spring training games, along with t (read more)

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The massacre at Stoneman Douglas High School last week in which 17 students and faculty lost their lives hit extremely close to home for Anthony Rizzo, and the Chicago Cubs first baseman is 100 percent in support of Major League Baseball’s efforts to honor the victims. MLB announced this week that teams will honor those slain by wearing Stoneman Douglas caps on Friday before spring training games (read more)

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