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  • Westbrook accuses Pachulia of intentionally falling on him: 'He tried to hurt me'

    San Francisco Gate "After the Warriors’ 112-80 rout Saturday night over Oklahoma City, Thunder guard Russell Westbrook took issue with a third-quarter sequence in which Golden State center Zaza Pachulia fell on Westbrook’s leg. “Obviously it was intentional,” Westbrook told reporters. “Nobody touched him, and he..." February 25

  • Kevin Durant, Carmelo Anthony trade shoves during heated altercation

    The Sports Daily "Carmelo Anthony hasn’t been known to get into it with members of the opposing team, at least not during the last few seasons, but he and Kevin Durant found themselves in a heated altercation during Saturday’s game. The Warriors and Thunder have become rivals since Durant took his talents to the..." February 25

  • Troy Williams On How He Plans To Take Advantage of His Opportunity With Knicks

    Black Sports Online "Troy Williams knows that his time is limited and during tonight’s Knicks-Celtics game, he showed out with his 14 points. I got the chance to speak to him about his performance and what this 10-day contract means to him. Tonight’s Knicks-Celtics game was something different than expected. The..." February 25

  • Wolves' Jimmy Butler to undergo surgery on meniscus, will reportedly return in 4-6 weeks

    CBS Sports "The Minnesota Timberwolves had an unfortunate start to the second half of their season. In the third quarter of their first game back after the All-Star break, playing the Houston Rockets, All-Star forward Jimmy Butler went down with a knee injury. At first, the concern was that Butler tore his..." February 25

  • Steve Kerr supports the idea of sponsors paying NCAA players, abolishing amateurism

    Sporting News "It appears Steve Kerr is on board with abolishing amateurism and compensating college athletes. The Warriors head coach responded to a column by CBS Sports suggesting that very thing and it's hard to misinterpret what he was saying. "Yep, Bingo," he wrote on Twitter in response to an article..." February 24

  • Dave Gettleman won’t be making any final decisions at the combine

    Newsday "Dave Gettleman used to sit on the front porch of the apartment building where he grew up in Boston and just observe. For hours, he said, he would notice how folks walked, talked and behaved when they weren’t even aware anyone was looking. Certainly not some kid on the stoop. “I’m an inveterate..." February 25

  • 5 teams that should consider trading for Buffalo Bills QB Tyrod Taylor

    New York Upstate "The Buffalo Bills are reportedly trying to trade quarterback Tyrod Taylor, but is what team would take a chance on Taylor’s contract? For the second straight offseason, Taylor’s situation is a bit complicated. He is due a $6 million roster bonus on March 16. The Bills would save $10.4 million..." February 25

  • Yet more evidence suggesting Landry’s days in Miami are numbered

    Miami Herald "Hey sports fans: Does Jarvis Landry have a deal for you. For just 10 bucks, you can buy a Landry No. 14 T-shirt. A crisp Alexander Hamilton will nab you a snazzy Juice tank top, too. A gray Landry hat with aqua lettering? Marked down from $34.99 to $15. And the price for a two Landry..." February 25

  • Sean McVay: Players know exactly “what our standards are” for behavior

    Kansas City Star "In professional football, the name of the game is winning. So much so that one good season is enough to make you The Next Big Thing, the one who can do no wrong. Exhibit A for this is the Los Angeles Rams’ young coach, Sean McVay, who happened to be in Kansas City for a major event just one day..." February 25

  • Tony Gonzalez will never forget how he became a man in Kansas City

    Kansas City Star "As the airplane descended into Kansas City, just hours before the 47th annual 101 Awards, Tony Gonzalez allowed himself to reminisce, not only about his 41 years on this earth, but also about the 12 seasons he spent as a Chief. Gonzalez, the 13th overall pick in the 1997 NFL Draft and this..." February 25

  • Orioles, Alvarez agree to minor-league deal

    Baltimore Sun "For the third straight year, the Orioles have signed veteran lefty slugger Pedro Alvarez as a spring training addition. The Orioles have agreed to terms on a minor league deal with Alvarez that will include an invitation to big league camp, according to an industry source. Given the fact..." February 25

  • Ohtani to make 1st appearance at DH early next week

    ESPN "Shohei Ohtani's spring training pitching debut is one that he'll file under "learning curve.'' Ohtani took the mound with plenty of hype and a "B'' lineup in the field behind him in Saturday's game between the Los Angeles Angels and Milwaukee Brewers. He labored with his control and threw 31..." February 25

  • Bautista interested in playing for Rays

    Larry Brown Sports "Spring training is in full swing and Jose Bautista remains without a team. The former Toronto Blue Jays star is preparing for the season as if he will be playing, and the Tampa Bay Rays are being mentioned as a potential match for him. The Tampa Bay Times’ Marc Topkin reported on Saturday that..." February 25

  • Brewers describe Shohei Ohtani’s fastball as firm but flat

    Yardbarker "Shohei Ohtani made his highly anticipated spring training debut for the Los Angeles Angels on Saturday, and his reception was mixed. Ohtani went 1.1 innings, allowed two hits, two runs, a walk and struck out two. He allowed a home run to Milwaukee’s Keon Broxton. The Milwaukee Journal..." February 25

  • Red Sox sign Tommy Layne out of MLBPA free-agent camp

    Mass Live "The Red Sox signed left-hander Tommy Layne to a minor-league deal on Saturday. Layne, one of the several free agents who had been unsigned this offseason, spent the last two season with the Yankees organization. Layne pitched for the Red Sox from 2014-16, posting a 3.30 ERA over 128..." February 25

  • Bruins acquire Nash from Rangers for 2018 1st RD, Spooner, Belesky, and Lindgren

    Boston Herald "Help is coming for the Bruins. The Bruins agreed to a trade that will bring Rangers forward Rick Nash to Boston. In return the Bruins are sending prospect Ryan Lindgren, Ryan Spooner, Matt Beleskey and a first-round pick in June's draft and a seventh-round pick next year to New York. " February 25

  • Senators, Erik Karlsson working to make trade happen ahead of deadline

    Sportsnet "It wasn’t so long ago that the idea of the Ottawa Senators trading Erik Karlsson seemed nearly impossible. What a difference a few weeks can make. It goes without saying that every team wants a player like Karlsson. But which ones actually have a shot? Sportsnet insiders Elliotte Friedman,..." February 25

  • Kings pushing to acquire Canadiens’ Max Pacioretty in trade

    Sportsnet "If the Montreal Canadiens are going to move Max Pacioretty by Monday’s trade deadline, it would appear they have a heavy suitor on the West Coast. The Los Angeles Kings are taking a run at acquiring the Canadiens captain as they try to beef up their scoring in an effort to squeeze into one of..." February 25

  • Gallant favorite in Adams race for work with first-year Golden Knights

    NHL.com "Gerard Gallant's message was clear enough to resonate throughout what's been an inaugural season for the Vegas Golden Knights that's unparalleled in NHL history. From Day One, Gallant has encouraged his players to have fun no matter what happens. Fun has been a way of life in Vegas, where the..." February 25

  • Devils exercised 4th-year option on Hynes contract earlier this season

    Newark Star-Ledger "The Devils exercised the fourth-year team option on Devils coach John Hynes, adding one more year to Hynes' original three-year deal that he signed in 2015. Hynes is now under contract through the 2018-19 season. Co-owner Josh Harris told reporters on Saturday at the Prudential Center in..." February 25

  • Former Arizona State CB charged with making terrorist threats

    Sporting News - NCAAF "Former Arizona State cornerback Edward "Robbie" Robinson was arrested Friday after university police say he made threats of violence against members of the Sun Devils athletics community, Phoenix's 3TV reported Saturday. ASU police say the threats came in at around noon local time Friday,..." February 24

  • Scott Frost planning to use Tom Osborne as resource at Nebraska

    Larry Brown Sports "Scott Frost is looking to bring a new attitude to Nebraska, and he is hoping the man who presided over the most successful run in Cornhuskers football history can help him accomplish that goal. As he tries to erase the leftover stench from Nebraska’s 4-8 season last year, Frost says he plans to..." February 24

  • UConn Coach Randy Edsall Calls For Players To Be Paid, Says College Football Is A 'Farm System'

    Hartford Courant "On the same day that Yahoo Sports published an explosive story that details impermissible payments from agents to at least two dozen college athletes or relatives, UConn football head coach Randy Edsall took a stand on Twitter in favor of paying college athletes. Edsall, heading into his second..." February 23

  • Arizona QB Brandon Dawkins to transfer from Wildcats

    College Football Talk "An already crowded graduate transfer market has gained yet another entrant. On his personal Twitter account Thursday night, Brandon Dawkins announced that he has decided to transfer out of new head coach Kevin Sumlin‘s football program. While no specific reason was given for the quarterback’s..." February 23

  • Tim Drevno leaving Michigan football; Ed Warinner to join the staff

    Detroit Free Press "Tim Drevno's run as Michigan's offensive coordinator/offensive line has come to a close and Ed Warinner is expected to join the team's coaching staff, a source with direct knowledge of the situation tells the Free Press. The source requested anonymity because Michigan has not made these moves..." February 23

  • Kevin Knox on FBI investigation: 'I'm not here to talk about that'

    ESPN "After being cleared to play Saturday morning, Kentucky freshman Kevin Knox declined to answer questions about his relationship with Christian Dawkins, the central figure of the FBI's probe into college basketball recruiting. According to a Yahoo! Sports report on Friday morning, Knox was one of..." February 25

  • Attorney: Ayton committed to Arizona due to family ties, not money

    Sporting News "Deandre Ayton denied ESPN's report that said he received money from Arizona to play basketball with their program. Ayton's attorney issued a statement from the family Saturday stating they were "outraged and disgusted" by the report which detailed Arizona coach Sean Miller discussing payment..." February 25

  • Shareef O'Neal decommits from Arizona Wildcats; Brandon Williams may be next

    Tuscon "Shareef O'Neal decommitted from the Arizona Wildcats on Saturday, and Brandon Williams' father told the Star that his family will discuss tonight whether to do the same. If Williams also decommits, the Wildcats would have no recruits left in the class of 2018. O'Neal, the son of legendary..." February 24

  • Deandre Ayton will play when Arizona faces Oregon

    USA Today "Arizona on Saturday has a chance to wrap up at least a share of the Pac-12 regular-season crown, but for now that possibility has lost importance. The school announced Sean Miller would not coach the team after an ESPN story Friday reported Miller was caught on FBI wiretap discussing a $100,000..." February 24

  • Sean Miller will not coach against Oregon following ESPN report regarding DeAndre Ayton

    SEC Country "It seems the first repercussions from the multiple bomb-shell reports that dropped Friday are happening, as Arizona coach Sean Miller will not coach his team’s game on Saturday against Oregon, per Greg Hansen of the Arizona Daily Star. This comes a day after ESPN’s Mark Schlabach reported that..." February 24