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Wednesday, November 26, 2014

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Mallory Edens helps Bucks get No. 2 pick at NBA Draft lottery

Amid all the excitement that comes with the NBA Draft lottery, who would have thought that an owner’s daughter could steal the show? Mallory Edens, the daughter of Milwaukee Bucks co-owner Wesley Edens, was on stage watching anxiously as her dad’s team learned its fate. Prior to the ping pong balls being selected, Mallory told…Read More

Alex Ovechkin suffers right leg injury in IIHF game (Video)

Alex Ovechkin suffered a right leg injury during an IIHF World Championships game between Russia and Germany on Sunday. Russia won the preliminary game 3-0, but Ovechkin got hurt on a hip check from Marcus Kink in the third period. Ovechkin was helped off the ice and taken to a hospital. The Capitals put out…Read More

California Chrome wins Preakness Stakes (Video)

Your browser does not support iframes. California Chrome won the 139th Preakness Stakes on Saturday to give himself a shot at the Triple Crown. California Chrome, which was a 1:2 favorite at post time, finished with an unofficial time of 1:54:84. He got out to a great start and was challenged by Ride on Curlin…Read More

Nick Saban on Pat White Corvette allegation: ‘Kiss my ass’

Nick Saban was not the coach at Alabama at the time former West Virginia quarterback Pat White was coming out of high school, but that doesn’t mean he’s not annoyed by White’s accusations. On Thursday evening, Mike Organ of The Tennesseean asked Saban about White’s claim that he was offered a Corvette to sign with…Read More

Aaron Hernandez indicted for 2012 double murder in Boston

Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez was indicted on two counts of first degree murder on Wednesday stemming fromĀ a shooting that took place in Boston’s South End back in July 2012. The news was first reported by FOX 25’s Ted Daniel. Hernandez has already been sued by the families of the two men,…Read More

Steve Kerr chooses Warriors over Knicks job

How’s this for a shocker: Steve Kerr is choosing the Golden State Warriors coaching job over the New York Knicks one. TNT’s David Aldridge reported Wednesday evening that Kerr, who has never before coached, will be taking the Warriors coaching job. Adrian Wojnarowski reports that the deal is for 5 years and around $25 million….Read More

Michael Sam gets reality show on Oprah Winfrey Network

Michael Sam’s journey to make it as the first openly gay player in the NFL will be documented in a series on Oprah Winfrey Network, the network announced Wednesday. Sam, the former Missouri linebacker and SEC Defensive Player of the Year, will essentially have his own reality TV crew following him around for the show….Read More

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