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8/28/2014
Brazilian guard Leandro Barbosa will sign with the Golden State Warriors for the upcoming season after reaching an agreement on Wednesday.
8/28/2014
After staying out of racing for three weeks following the death of Kevin Ward Jr., NASCAR driver Tony Stewart announced Thursday afternoon that he will return to the Sprint Cup competition on Sunday.
8/28/2014
Philadelphia Phillies president David Montgomery will be taking a leave of absence and the club’s former general manager, Pat Gillick, will assume the responsibilities while he is out.
8/28/2014
With college football only just starting for the season, USC is already in turmoil as former senior running back Anthony Brown said he quit the team last week because coach Steve Sarkisian is a racist
8/28/2014
What plausible explanation can the NFL have for suspending a player for a longer period of time for “substance abuse” as opposed to “violence?” The answer is none and the league is finally recognizing
8/28/2014
For the St. Louis Rams, their worst nightmare became a reality as franchise QB Sam Bradford was lost for the season with a torn ACL yet again.
8/28/2014
After being suspended indefinitely for his admission that he lied about how he sprained his ankles, USC coach Steve Sarkisian said that Josh Shaw could be reinstated with the Trojans.
8/28/2014
Parents might be apprehensive to let their kids play real football, so the National Football League has come up with an ingenious alternative: teaching them how to play fantasy football.
8/28/2014
The Golden State Warriors and guard Leandro Barbosa have agreed to a one-year deal.
8/28/2014
An already depleted Dallas Cowboys defense took another loss when safety Jakar Hamilton was suspended for the first four games of the NFL season for violating the league's substance abuse program.
8/27/2014
University of Southern California senior cornerback Josh Shaw admitted to the university on Wednesday that he lied about how he injured his ankles.
8/27/2014
The Los Angeles Clippers and Doc Rivers have agreed to a contract extension that will keep the head coach and president of basketball operations in town for five more years.

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