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  • Report: James Harden, Ashanti are ‘100% in a relationship’

    Sportress of Blogitude "Speculation surrounding a rumored romance between Houston Rockets star James Harden and R&B singer Ashanti has taken another step forward with a report alleging the latest goings-on involving the would-be super-couple. A source purportedly close to Harden told gossip site Terez Owens that..." April 26

  • Rumor: Bulls expected to wait until 2019 for free-agency splash

    Pro Basketball Talk "The Bulls tanked so hard this year, the NBA warned them to cut it out. It was a rare instance of the league responding to actual tanking measures rather than just talk of preferring to lose. Bulls executive John Paxson, via Vincent Goodwill of NBC Sports Chicago: “We did this year what we..." April 26

  • L2M: LeBron goaltended on Oladipo late in Cavs' Game 5 win

    Sporting News "LeBron James had another chasedown block in the playoffs Wednesday — well, officially, at least. Maybe his rejection of Victor Oladipo's layup attempt in the closing seconds of Pacers-Cavaliers Game 5 was instead goaltending that officials missed. That's Oladipo's impression, anyway. "Hit..." April 26

  • Jazz rookie Donovan Mitchell tells OKC crowd that the series won't go 7

    CBS Sports "The Utah Jazz seemed set to close out the Oklahoma City Thunder, and to do it in emphatic fashion. Up by 25 points in the third quarter of Game 5, the Jazz were embarrassing the Thunder on their own floor. Only, they didn't quite finish the job. Early in the third quarter, Rudy Gobert got into..." April 26

  • NBA Rumors: Miami Heat may need to trade Hassan Whiteside for ‘pennies on the dollar’

    Clutch Points "The Miami Heat faces multiple questions surrounding its roster heading into next season. Only a year removed from doling out long-term contracts to Dion Waiters, James Johnson, and Rodney McGruder, the Heat will now have to evaluate Hassan Whiteside’s future with the organization. According to..." April 26

  • Report: Browns see ‘no comparison’ between Baker Mayfield and Johnny Manziel

    Larry Brown Sports "Whether fair or unfair, Baker Mayfield has draw plenty of comparisons to Johnny Manziel heading into the NFL Draft. Many of the people who feel the two players are similar wonder why the Cleveland Browns would ever take the risk again, but the team apparently is not concerned at all. With..." April 26

  • Report: Browns GM decided on top pick 6 weeks ago

    The Score "Cleveland Browns general manager John Dorsey has known which player he'll draft first overall for about six weeks, ESPN's Chris Mortensen reported Thursday, according to Will Brinson of CBS Sports. Dorsey reportedly informed Browns ownership of the decision approximately a month ago but kept..." April 26

  • Josh Allen: “That is not me. I apologize for what I did”

    Pro Football Talk "The Josh Allen image reclamation tour is in full gear, hours before the start of the 2018 NFL Draft. After tweets from his account when he was in high school emerged late last night, Allen’s trying to convince the teams he’s hoping will draft him that he’s not the same person that sent the..." April 26

  • Jets Coaches Making Push For Josh Allen

    Pro Football Rumors "Jets coaches are making a late push for the team to draft quarterback Josh Allen, Matt Miller of Bleacher Report (on Twitter) hears. Thus far, there hasn’t been a lot of talk connecting the Jets to the Wyoming product, so this would represent a change of thinking in Jets headquarters. Sitting..." April 26

  • Report: Giants are looking to trade down from the No. 2 pick

    247 Sports "The New York Giants may not end up keeping the No. 2 overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft after all of the countless hours of debate. According to a source inside the Giants organization who has reportedly shared this information with ESPN's Dianna Russini, the Giants are looking to trade down in..." April 26

  • Jung Ho Kang Receives Visa, Set To Rejoin Pirates

    MLB Trade Rumors "Pirates infielder Jung Ho Kang has received a work visa and is expected to resume his career with the team, according to a report from Rob Biertempfel of The Athletic (via Twitter). Kang had not been able to secure a visa for quite some time after being convicted of a DUI in his native Korea. " April 26

  • Cubs are still without Kris Bryant, but insist there's no need to worry

    NBC Sports Chicago "The Cubs will play a second straight game without Kris Bryant, but that doesn't mean fans should start panicking. Bryant hasn't played since getting hit in the head in the top of the first inning in Sunday's game with a 96 mph fastball. Bryant has been cleared by doctors in Colorado and..." April 26

  • Joe Kelly has 6-game suspension upheld after losing appeal

    The Score "The Boston Red Sox will be without a key piece of their bullpen for the next week. Joe Kelly's appeal was denied and he will begin serving his six-game suspension Thursday for his role in a benches-clearing brawl with the New York Yankees on April 11. The right-hander was initially suspended..." April 26

  • No plans for Mets to skip Steven Matz in rotation

    Newsday "Steven Matz and Mickey Callaway had a “good talk” Thursday morning, the manager said, and the Mets have no plans to skip Matz in his next start, which is scheduled for Tuesday at home against the Braves. Matz struggled Wednesday against the Cardinals, allowing seven runs (three earned) in 3 1/3..." April 26

  • Wayne Gretzky buys back mansion he sold to Lenny Dysktra for $5 million less than he sold it for

    Los Angeles Times "NHL Hall of Famer Wayne Gretzky has reclaimed his former estate in Thousand Oaks, paying $13.5 million for the sprawling compound, The Times has confirmed. The 6.5-acre property has had quite the journey since Gretzky sold it to ex-New York Mets star Lenny Dykstra in 2007 for $18.5 million...." April 26

  • Devils' Hischier played all season with chronic hand injury

    Newark Star-Ledger "Devils forwards Nico Hischier and Pavel Zacha will not play for their respective countries in the upcoming IIHF World Championships due to injuries. Neither player will need surgery, but both will have to rest for several weeks to recover. Hischier played the entire season with a chronic..." April 26

  • Young talent carries Bruins into next round

    Boston Herald "In terms of the regular season, the 2017-18 Bruins will be remembered as the team that arrived a year earlier than anybody would have expected. But now that they really have arrived — as in 112 regular-season points — the expectations have changed. And so when the Bruins finally, finally,..." April 26

  • The Rangers don't really have a timeline for their new coach

    SNY TV "Elliotte Friedman writes at Sportsnet that he doesn't think the Rangers or Dallas Stars are in any hurry to name a new coach. 4/13/18 | Jeff Gorton was asked multiple times on Tuesday whether there was a timeline to have a coach by a certain point and said that they weren't putting dates on..." April 26

  • Flyers' Hextall: Plan is to not buy out Lehtera

    TSN "The Philadelphia Flyers do not plan currently to buy out centre Jori Lehtera this offseason, general manager Ron Hextall said Thursday. Lehtera, who is scheduled to carry a $4.7 million next season in the final year of his contract, struggled in his first season with the Flyers, scoring just..." April 26

  • Former Five-Star QB Blake Barnett Leaving Arizona State as Grad Transfer, Visiting USF

    SI "Former Alabama quarterback Blake Barnett is leaving Arizona State as a grad transfer and is taking an official visit to USF this weekend, a source told SI. The former five-star recruit has two seasons of eligibility left. Barnett, who committed to Notre Dame and Oregon in high school before..." April 26

  • Ex-ND DL Jay Hayes will transfer to Georgia

    ESPN "Months after knocking Oklahoma out of the College Football Playoff, Georgia has stolen one of the Sooners' would-be defensive linemen. Notre Dame graduate transfer Jay Hayes announced Wednesday that he will be headed to Georgia, less than two weeks after first committing to Oklahoma. As a grad..." April 26

  • UMass grad transfer OL Jack Driscoll commits to Auburn

    Alabama "Auburn found the help it wanted along the offensive line. The Tigers landed a commitment Wednesday morning from UMass grad transfer offensive tackle Jack Driscoll, who chose Auburn over USC and UCLA. He becomes the 25th member of Auburn's 2018 signing class. "I want to thank The University..." April 26

  • Ohio State lands first 2020 commit

    247 Sports "In the 2018 class, Ohio State landed one of the rare prototypical offensive tackles in the country in Max Wray. Now the Buckeyes have landed one of the elite offensive tackles in the 2020 class in Max’s brother Jake Wray. Jake, with more than 25 offers from around the country, decided to end the..." April 24

  • Brandon Wimbush maintains lead in Notre Dame’s quarterback competition

    Chicago Tribune "Brandon Wimbush began spring camp working with Notre Dame’s first unit. The quarterback ended it in similar fashion. While coach Brian Kelly didn’t announce a winner in the competition between Wimbush and Ian Book after Saturday’s Blue-Gold game, he did note where the race stands. “It’s..." April 23

  • Commission on College Basketball calls for sweeping reforms by NCAA

    ESPN "Facebook Twitter Facebook Messenger Pinterest Email print comment The Commission on College Basketball recommended an end to the one-and-done rule, potential lifetime bans for rule-breakers and changes to the relationship between the NCAA and apparel companies. "We need to put the..." April 25

  • UCLA's Cody Riley joins Kris Wilkes, Jaylen Hands in declaring for the NBA draft

    Los Angeles Times "Cody Riley could give new meaning to being one and done. The UCLA freshman forward who played in one exhibition game before a shoplifting scandal led to a season-long suspension was on a list of 236 players who filed as early entry candidates for the NBA draft. The 6-foot-10 Riley is not..." April 25

  • Kyle Guy says Virginia received death threats after UMBC upset

    Sportsnaut "Sports have a way of bringing out the worst emotions in angry fans. Kyle Guy and the Virginia basketball team experienced that scary side after losing in the first round of the 2018 NCAA tournament. In a post on Facebook, Guy said the Cavaliers needed a police escort and went into the team’s..." April 25

  • Report: Rick Pitino contacted by Detroit Mercy about head coaching job

    Larry Brown Sports "Rick Pitino may be getting an opportunity to land back on his feet in the Horizon League. Tony Paul of the Detroit News reported on Monday that the former Louisville coach has been contacted by the University of Detroit Mercy about their head coaching vacancy. Paul does add though that the..." April 24

  • South Carolina parts ways with point guard Rakym Felder

    SEC Country "South Carolina is parting ways with reserve guard Rakym Felder, coach Frank Martin said in a statement Monday morning. The decision ends a rocky relationship that has spanned the last two years. Felder was suspended indefinitely from the program last summer after a couple incidents, including..." April 23