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  • Andre Iguodala feeling better just in time for tough assignment

    CBS Sports "Sweeping the San Antonio Spurs and earning 10 days of rest in between the West finals and the NBA Finals is paying off for the Golden State Warriors and particularly Andre Iguodala, who battled through injury in the conference finals and is now getting added rest in preparation of the..." May 29

  • John Wall Says Bench Was Wizards' 'Downfall,' Wishes Kelly Oubre Played More

    Bleacher Report "Washington Wizards point guard John Wall is stuck at home with the NBA Finals on the horizon, and he pointed the finger of blame at his bench on Sunday. "We need to help our bench," per CSN's Chase Hughes (h/t Dan Feldman of NBC Sports). "Just to be honest, that was our downfall in each series..." May 28

  • LeBron explains why the Warriors might not be the greatest team he’s faced

    Fox Sports "Many believe this year’s Golden State Warriors squad will be the ultimate test of LeBron James’ illustrious career. A year after winning an NBA record 73 regular-season games, the Warriors added Kevin Durant in the offseason to create one of the most formidable teams in NBA history. So where..." May 28

  • Former Lakers Coach Says Team Will Make Move for Paul George Sooner Than Expected

    12 Up "​The NBA offseason hasn't officially started, but rumors are starting to heat up. Indiana Pacers forward Paul George has been a subject in many recent trade rumors and joining the Los Angeles Lakers could be a very real possibility. As it stands right now, George is under contract with the..." May 28

  • Chris Cohan Vetoed Warriors' Kevin Garnett Trade In 2007 For Financial Reasons

    Real GM Basketball "The Golden State Warriors were close to trading for Kevin Garnett in 2007 before the Minnesota Timberwolves eventually dealt him to the Boston Celtics. The Warriors were coming off a first round upset of the Dallas Mavericks and were one of the NBA's most compelling teams. "After the playoff..." May 28

  • Until all Seahawks put Super Bowl 49 behind them, winning another likely out of reach

    Tacoma News Tribune "he most intriguing story of the NFL’s offseason figured to hinge on the aftermath of a catastrophic Super Bowl defeat. How would the losers regroup? For that matter, could they regroup? The Lombardi Trophy was there for the taking, attainable with common-sense play calling. The Atlanta..." May 29

  • NFLPA’s advice at the Rookie Premiere? Be like Gronk

    Boston Globe "The NFL Players Association convened 40 of the league’s most recognizable rookies to deliver an important message before sending them out into the world as professional athletes: Be like Gronk. No, they don’t have to be beer-swilling, hip-shaking frat boys like Rob Gronkowski in order to..." May 29

  • Only 67 unsigned draft picks remain

    Pro Football Talk "A month ago today, the draft ended. As of three days ago, more than 70 percent of all draft picks had agreed to terms. Per a source with knowledge of the situation, 176 of 253 selections had submitted signed contracts to the NFL through Friday morning. Coupled with the news that six Raiders..." May 29

  • Roberto Aguayo in danger of losing kicker job with Bucs

    Larry Brown Sports "Roberto Aguayo could be in danger of losing his job as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ placekicker a year after the team moved up in the draft to select the kicker in the second round. Not only did the Bucs sign Nick Folk for $750,000 guaranteed to bring some competition at the position, but The..." May 29

  • Martellus Bennett making it a priority to get to know Aaron Rodgers

    Wisconsin State Journal "Martellus Bennett clearly is one smart dude. This is obvious not because he was able to rattle off a list of must-reads from his library — a list that includes, but is not limited to, Douglas Adams’ “The Hitchhikers’ Guide to the Galaxy” and “The Restaurant at the End of the Universe,” Paulo..." May 29

  • Kris Bryant: Cubs have 'no reason to worry' over 25-24 start

    ESPN "Cubs manager Joe Maddon is keeping calm while fans in Chicago might be "freaking out" over the team's 25-24 record as the calendar hits Memorial Day. After a weekend sweep at the hands of the Los Angeles Dodgers, Maddon was asked what to tell a nervous fan base. "Please, go ahead and freak..." May 29

  • This is David Price’s shot at a fresh start

    Boston Herald "The dark blue suit clearly had come straight from the dry cleaner. David Price peeled away its protective plastic, put on a French-cuffed white shirt, and tucked the last two items into his duffle bag. Even with today’s early first pitch, Price had not flown ahead of his teammates. He..." May 29

  • Angels' Mike Trout could land on the disabled list for the first time in his career

    CBS Sports "The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim entered Sunday with a 26-26 record, good for second place in the AL West. Alas, no Halos fan is feeling too happy about things right now. That's in part because the Angels dropped Sunday's game against the Miami Marlins by a 9-2 final, giving them six losses in..." May 29

  • Nolan Reimold retires

    Hardball Talk "Former Orioles outfielder Nolan Reimold has retired, Michael Pfaff — president of the Long Island Ducks — announced on Twitter on Sunday. Reimold, 33, was hitting .238/.359/.397 in 78 plate appearances with the Ducks. He was coming off of a disappointing 2016 campaign as a reserve outfielder..." May 29

  • Tommy Lasorda released from hospital following heart surgery

    SI "Hall of Fame Los Angeles Dodgers manager Tommy Lasorda was released from the hospital and is at home resting comfortably after undergoing surgery on Thursday to replace the pacemaker in his heart, the team announced. The Dodgers made the procedure public on Friday morning. Lasorda, 89, had..." May 29

  • Pens GM tired of opponents targeting Crosby

    TSN "Jim Rutherford has had enough of opponents going after Sidney Crosby with cheap shots and he plans to add some toughness to his roster next season to end the trend. The Pittsburgh Penguins general manager said Sunday the league must make changes to protect to star players from getting..." May 29

  • Should NHL teams adopt the NBA’s practice of resting players?

    Boston Globe "It is with extreme luck, elite conditioning, and perhaps some good medicine that Filip Forsberg and Mattias Ekholm survived 82 regular-season games and 16 playoff appearances. Both of the Swedes also dressed for seven World Cup of Hockey matches. All told, that is 105 games worth of matches that..." May 29

  • Otters goalie apologizes for stick throw after Memorial Cup loss

    Sportsnet "The Erie Otters goaltender who threw his stick and appeared to hit a camera operator following a loss in the Mastercard Memorial Cup final has apologized for his actions. Troy Timpano took to Twitter shortly after the incident, which followed a 4-3 defeat to the Windsor Spitfires in the CHL..." May 29

  • Ron Hainsey grateful to get a shot at the Stanley Cup

    Pittsburgh Post-Gazette "Ron Hainsey spent past Memorial Day weekends golfing and playing with his kids. That isn’t the case this year. The 36-year-old Penguins defenseman made his playoff debut in April after playing 907 regular season games without a postseason appearance, which was the longest streak in the..." May 29

  • The NHL is thinking about hosting an outdoor game in Nashville

    The Comeback "The Nashville Predators may soon be rewarded by the NHL with an outdoor game for their incredible season and loud, passionate fans. Gary Bettman recently stated that the league is considering a future outdoor game in Nashville due to previously successful events and the big impression Predators..." May 29

  • Report: Notre Dame QB transfer Malik Zaire has chosen Florida

    Saturday Down South "It’s been talked about for nearly all off-season, but it appears that Notre Dame graduate transfer QB Malik Zaire has chosen the Gators over the Longhorns. Alex Wilcox, of WNDU-TV in South Bend, is reporting that Zaire has been telling people he’s chosen Florida, but that he’s just waiting on..." May 28

  • Marquise Williams: If I ever see McCants I'll probably square up with him

    Hero Sports "As I mentioned last week, former North Carolina basketball star Rashad McCants isn't mincing his words when it comes to his feelings surrounding the current NCAA allegations against his alma mater. In 2014, McCants -- who was a starter on the the 2004-05 national title team -- came out..." May 28

  • Brandon Jacobs vows to get Jim Harbaugh fired

    Pro Football Talk "Former NFL running back Brandon Jacobs recently reopened his five-year-old feud with Jim Harbaugh, telling CBS Sports Radio that the former 49ers coach “didn’t know what he was doing.” Harbaugh took the high road in response, advising Jacobs via Twitter to “[l]et all bitterness & wrath & anger &..." May 28

  • Jim Harbaugh responds to Brandon Jacobs' criticism with 'biblical advice'

    SEC Country "Jim Harbaugh appears to be taking the high road when it comes to comments made by one of his former players. Former Auburn running back Brandon Jacobs called out Harbaugh in a radio interview was critical of the Michigan head coach’s schemes, saying “That guy knew nothing.” Harbaugh choose..." May 28

  • Jalen Robinette faces “non-criminal disciplinary proceeding” at Air Force Academy

    Denver Post "For nearly a year, Jalen Robinette envisioned being both an Air Force grad in ready reserve and a drafted NFL rookie at this point. But he is neither and there’s a chance he may never be either. Robinette, who was one of nine senior cadets removed from Thursday’s graduation lineup, has not..." May 27

  • LaMelo Ball's Game is Getting Roasted After 'Highlight' Tape Emerges

    Complex "LaMelo Ball made headlines when he dropped 92 points in a high school game, and the younger brother of Lonzo Ball already has a UCLA scholarship lined up. But with the shadow of his father's Big Baller Brand looming over him, the youngest Ball son is a target any time he steps on the..." May 29

  • Wearing 'Stay in Yo Lane' shirt, LaVar Ball chews out AAU team during blowout loss

    Sporting News "Another day brings yet another video of LaVar Ball saying outlandish things. Saturday's loud rant came at the expense of Ball's AAU basketball team, the Big Ballers, thanks to video courtesy of USA Today. Ball chewed his team out at halftime of a 109-57 loss in Orange, Calif., while wearing..." May 28

  • Authorities identify seven people who threatened ref after Kentucky’s loss to UNC

    CBS Sports "Seven people who threatened referee John Higgins after some controversial calls during Kentucky's 75-73 loss to North Carolina in the 2017 NCAA Tournament have been identified and could be eventually charged by authorities in their jurisdictions or the FBI, Sarpy County Nebraska Attorney Lee..." May 27

  • UNC Wilmington transfer C.J. Bryce following Keatts to NC State

    Raleigh News & Observer "After two months of exits and additions, N.C. State’s basketball roster for the upcoming season is for the most part set. New Wolfpack coach Kevin Keatts could get a head start on the 2018-19 season on Saturday. UNCW guard C.J. Bryce, the leading scorer for Keatts’ CAA champions last season, is..." May 27

  • South Carolina's Keita to transfer

    SEC Country "South Carolina basketball forward Sedee Keita is transferring, he announced on his Twitter on Friday afternoon. Keita averaged 1.1 points and 2.0 rebounds per game in his freshman season at South Carolina. A 4-star prospect in the 247Sports composite rankings, Keita played 29 games as a..." May 27