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The Indiana Pacers may actually get Victor Oladipo back for the resumed NBA season in Orlando.

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  • League, players association continue dialogue on virus-related protocols as training camps near

    ESPN "Officials from the NFL and the NFLPA are scheduled to talk again Tuesday after a Monday call failed to resolve some of the major outstanding issues regarding reopening protocols, sources close to the situation told ESPN on Monday night. With training camp for most teams scheduled to..." July 13

  • What will NFL disclose about players who test positive?

    Pro Football Talk "As the NFL and NFL Players Association attempt to hammer out all remaining details regarding protocols for pro football in a pandemic, one lingering question relates to the degree of transparency that will apply when players test positive. The MLB and NHL plan to be discreet, with..." July 13

  • Lamar Jackson comments on Patrick Mahomes’ ‘crazy’ contract

    Larry Brown Sports "Even Lamar Jackson was blown away by Patrick Mahomes’ contract. Mahomes signed a massive 10-year contract extension with the Kansas City Chiefs last week that could be worth as much as $503 million. That is the most amount ever for a professional athlete, and it definitely..." July 13

  • Bruce Smith: Washington Name Change 'Long Overdue, We're Not In 1960'

    TMZ "NFL Hall of Famer Bruce Smith -- who played 4 seasons in Washington -- says a name change is "long overdue" ... and feels the team is finally on the right side of history. OH, AND WE ALSO ASKED BRUCE ABOUT THAT "PENIS" INCIDENT ON "FAMILY..." July 13

  • Dallas Has 'All But Given Up Hope' for Randy Gregory Reinstatement

    Bleacher Report "The Dallas Cowboys have "all but given up hope of defensive end Randy Gregory being reinstated from indefinite suspension," according to Clarence E. Hill Jr. of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.   Gregory was suspended..." July 13

  • MLB, MLBPA Reach Deal On Vesting Options, Roster Bonuses

    MLB Trade Rumors "Major League Baseball and the MLBPA have finally come to a deal for 2020 centering on key contract issues such as vesting options and roster bonuses, Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic tweets. As MLBTR’s Steve Adams recently explored, this agreement will impact..." July 13

  • Tony Kemp says black MLB players will make Opening Day statement of unity

    Larry Brown Sports "Oakland Athletics second baseman Tony Kemp said Monday that Major League Baseball’s black players will join other sports in staging some sort of show of unity on Opening Day. Kemp said the details were still up in the air, but there will be some sort of “statement of..." July 13

  • Gleyber Torres mission is simple: 'Win everything'

    MLB.com "Somewhere between the pin-drop silent visiting clubhouse of Houston’s Minute Maid Park and the boisterous first day that pitchers and catchers arrived at George M. Steinbrenner Field, the sting of playoff elimination transformed into hunger for Yankees shortstop Gleyber Torres, who..." July 13

  • Charlie Blackmon Rejoins Rockies

    CBS Sports "Blackmon (illness) arrived at the Rockies' camp Monday, Nick Groke of The Athletic reports. Blackmon was quarantined in Georgia... " July 13

  • Is MLB's 60-Game Season Good or Bad for Baseball?

    Bleacher Report "MLB is about to embark on an unprecedented experiment: a 60-game season. It's the result of the COVID-19 pandemic and the contentious negotiations over pay and safety between owners and players that followed. There will (almost certainly) be baseball. Fans of the game..." July 13

  • Pending UFA Alex Pietrangelo: 'Goal is to get something done' with Blues

    The Score "St. Louis Blues captain and marquee pending unrestricted free agent Alex Pietrangelohopes he and the club can work out a new contract that keeps him in the Gateway City. "The goal is to get something done. That's been the goal since the beginning. We'll see..." July 13

  • License to Ilya: Islanders finally get Ilya Sorokin signed

    Lighthouse Hockey "What year is it? You’d be forgiven if you have to think about it. Time has been blending and warping and crawling for so long that it can be hard to remember when something happened or what day it is or how long an event has taken to happen. Goaltender Ilya Sorokin was selected..." July 13

  • Mikhail Grigorenko signs one-year, $1.2 million deal with Blue Jackets

    Sportsnet "The deal has long been in the works, but forward Mikhail Grigorenko was finally able to sign a one-year, $1.2 million deal with the Columbus Blue Jackets on Monday. Both parties initially agreed to the deal back in April, but the contract was voidedbecause it did not..." July 13

  • Canucks not exploring Brock Boeser trade

    TSN "Vancouver Canucks general manager Jim Benning vehemently denied that there was any truth to the rumours that he exploring a trade for Brock Boeser. Benning made that clear to reporters in a conference call on Monday after speculation on Vancouver's TSN Radio 1040 last..." July 13

  • Mike Kitchen Opts Out Of Return To Play

    Pro Hockey Rumors "The Florida Panthers will be without assistant coach Mike Kitchen for the return to play program, announcing today that he has opted out. Kitchen released a short statement on his decision:   " July 13

  • QB Shedeur Sanders, son of Deion Sanders, commits to Florida Atlantic

    ESPN "Florida Atlantic added a big name to its 2021 recruiting class Monday when ESPN 300 quarterback Shedeur Sanders announced his commitment to the Owls. Sanders, the son of NFL Hall of Famer Deion Sanders, is the No. 8-ranked pocket-passer QB and the No. 41-ranked prospect..." July 13

  • SEC says decision on college football season could come later in July

    Larry Brown Sports "SEC athletic directors met in person on Monday to discuss how they would proceed with fall sports, and they said further decisions could be made later in the month. SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey shared comments on the situation and said that they believe late July will be a time to..." July 13

  • Iowa State AD estimates $40 million revenue loss with no fall sports

    ESPN "Iowa State athletic director Jamie Pollard said the athletic department stands to lose $40 million in the next six months if sports cannot be played this fall. In an open letter to the Iowa State community released Monday, Pollard also added that the university itself stands to..." July 13

  • ACC indefinitely postpones its virtual media days that were set for July 21-23

    247 Sports "The Atlantic Coast Conference has delayed its virtual media day indefinitely. The ACC Kickoff event was scheduled to be held virtually from July 21-23. The annual event is usually held in-person and provides various media outlets to meet with select players and coaches from each ACC..." July 13

  • JT Daniels granted immediate eligibility at Georgia for 2020 season

    Eleven Warriors "Jake Fromm's departure left Georgia with very few viable options at the quarterback position. But now, after two successful additions from the transfer portal, Georgia suddenly has a quarterback controversy. The Bulldogs first landed Wake Forest quarterback Jamie Newman, one..." July 13

  • Penny Hardaway's Coaching Led to an Attempted Murder Charge

    Sports Casting "Since he stepped away from the NBA more than a decade ago, Penny Hardaway has gotten into another realm with basketball. Hardaway has dipped into the coaching side of things, which has led to him becoming the head coach of the University of Memphis‘ basketball team. That..." July 13

  • Celtics' Kara Lawson Named Duke Women's Basketball Head Coach

    Bleacher Report "Boston Celtics assistant coach Kara Lawson was named Duke women's basketball head coach after agreeing to contract terms Saturday, per Steve Wiseman of the News and Observer. Gary Washburn of the Boston Globe first reported the news Friday, noting..." July 11

  • Michigan basketball gets commitment from Grand Rapids Christian 4-star Kobe Bufkin for 2021

    Detroit Free Press "Michigan basketball just added another recruit to the 2021 class. Grand Rapids Christian guard Kobe Bufkin, a four-star prospect, announced his commitment to the Wolverines on Friday, becoming the second prospect to pick U-M this week after three-star forward Will..." July 11

  • NCAA VP confident March Madness will return in 2021

    The Score "NCAA senior executive vice president of basketball Dan Gavitt is optimistic that next year's March Madness tournament will run as scheduled. "We have great confidence that - while things may be different with this season and with the tournament - we're going to be able to..." July 10

  • Makur Maker chose Howard over blueblood programs, so now comes the big question: Will others soon follow?

    CBS Sports "When five-star 2020 prospect Makur Maker announced his commitment to Howard on July 3, it amounted to a thunderclap in college basketball recruiting.  The news cracked the top of the daily headline cycle in the sports world, going so far as to prompt LeBron James to..." July 10