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Saturday, November 28, 2015

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Fans rally in New York to support daily fantasy sports

A group of fans and employees rallied outside the office of New York attorney general Eric Schneiderman to protest his ruling that daily fantasy sports sites FanDuel and DraftKings constituted illegal gambling. Estimates on the crowd varied depending on the source, but roughly 250 to 300 people showed up, though according to reporters on the…Read More

Oscar De La Hoya rips ‘boring’ Floyd Mayweather

Oscar De La Hoya had some harsh words for Floyd Mayweather Jr. in a letter written to the now-retired boxing champion for Playboy Magazine. De La Hoya fought Mayweather in 2007, producing what at the time was the biggest pay-per-view draw in the sport’s history (Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao broke the mark earlier this year)….Read More

Pat Riley inadvertently helped the Spurs sign LaMarcus Aldridge

In making his pitch to free agent forward LaMarcus Aldridge, Heat president Pat Riley may have inadvertently driven Aldridge to the San Antonio Spurs. Yahoo Sports’s Adrian Wojnarowski profiled Aldridge’s free agency, including looks inside all of his meetings with potential suitors. It turns out his meeting with Miami helped him make up his mind…Read More

Mark Cuban takes shot at Chris Broussard

Mark Cuban revived an old beef on Wednesday when he fired a shot at ESPN reporter Chris Broussard. You may recall that during the Mavericks’ courtship of then-free agent DeAndre Jordan, Broussard had reported that Cuban was driving around Houston begging for Jordan’s address. Cuban called out Broussard for the report and challenged him to…Read More

Doctor says Andrew Luck’s injuries typical of a car crash

The injuries Andrew Luck is suffering from are unusual for an athlete and are more consistent with car crash victims, according to an Indianapolis doctor. Luck is expected to miss 2 to 6 weeks with a lacerated kidney and partially torn abdominal muscle, and Dr. Lewis Jacobson, chief of trauma at St. Vincent Trauma Center…Read More

Dallas Morning News prints cutout of DeAndre Jordan with devil horns

DeAndre Jordan and the Clippers are visiting Dallas on Wednesday night for the first time since Jordan’s ill-fated free agent flirtation with the Mavericks, and nobody is holding back. Clippers play-by-play man Ralph Lawler tweeted out a picture of Wednesday’s Dallas Morning News, which printed an image of Jordan’s head with devil horns. Just to…Read More

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