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Tuesday, October 21, 2014

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NFL didn’t feel appreciated at Radio City Music Hall

The NFL is looking to break tradition and move the draft out of Radio City Music Hall next year. According to reports, the NFL is looking at Los Angeles, Chicago and New York City as possible host cities for the annual event. Dallas, Houston, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Boston and other cities are also vying for a…Read More

Rashad McCants: I made Dean’s List at UNC without going to class

Former North Carolina basketball star Rashad McCants helped the Tar Heels win a national championship in 2005. Had he actually been required to go to class and not been allowed to take bogus courses, he may not have even been academically eligible that year. McCants, who has been playing in the NBA D-League since 2009,…Read More

Timberwolves reportedly were disappointed with Kevin Love

The Minnesota Timberwolves are preparing to lose Kevin Love at some point over the next year. It’s pretty clear that Love will leave the team as a free agent next offseason if they don’t trade him first. While the T-Wolves no doubt would like to have him back, they probably recognize that their best course…Read More

Don Mattingly on Dodgers: ‘Basically, we’re sh***y’

The Los Angeles Dodgers have picked a terrible time to start losing games. They have lost six of their last eight and are falling further behind the red-hot San Francisco Giants by the day. The Dodgers lost two out of three at home against the Chicago White Sox in their most recent series, scoring just…Read More

Andrew Bynum would like to play for Lakers again

Unfortunately your browser does not support IFrames. Andrew Bynum will be looking for a job this summer, and we highly doubt more than a handful of teams will be interested in his services. Bynum is 26 and has chronic knee problems that have limited him to just 26 games in the past two seasons. He…Read More

Donald Sterling to drop lawsuit against NBA, approve sale of Clippers

Banned former Clippers owner Donald Sterling has approved the sale of the team to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer and plans to drop his lawsuit against the NBA, his attorney said Wednesday. Sterling had plans to sue the league for $1 billion over his harsh punishment which included a lifetime ban from the league, but…Read More

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