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  • Deshaun Watson Reportedly ‘Still Trying To Settle’ All 22 Cases Against Him

    Total Pro Sports "From non-stop trade talks to 22 women accusing Deshaun Watson of being a sexual deviant during massage sessions. On Friday, Harris County judges ruled that four of Deshaun Watson’s accusers must refile their lawsuits under their real names. Rusty Hardin and other attorneys for..." April 10

  • Bears Insider on Huge QB Draft Buzz: ‘The Smoke is Real’

    Heavy "The NFL Draft will kick off in less than three weeks, and the latest buzz around the Chicago Bears suggests it could be a huge one for them. Bears insider Jeff Hughes of DaBearsBlog, who has broken news about the Bears hiring offensive line coach Juan Castillo and the signing of..." April 10

  • Why Justin Fields’ historic test score is a big deal

    Sportsnaut "Ohio State quarterback Justin Fields has long been considered the No. 2 signal-caller behind Trevor Lawrence in the 2021 class, but ahead of the NFL Draft, his stock has dropped in a big way. It’s gotten to the point where Fields may be the fifth QB selected..." April 10

  • NFL now says Cody Ford block that drew big flag in playoff game was legal

    Yahoo! Sports "In overtime of a playoff loss in January of 2020, Bills lineman Cody Ford was hit with a huge penalty for an illegal blindside block that knocked Buffalo out of field goal range. At the time, rules experts said it was a bad call, but the NFL insisted it was the correct call,..." April 10

  • Every NFL Team’s Draft Pick That Mel Kiper Was Horribly Wrong About

    Total Pro Sports "At this point, it is accepted by pretty much everyone involved that no matter how much tape is watched, data is analyzed, and college coaches are consulted; the NFL Draft will NEVER become a perfect science. Especially not when Mel Kiper is picking! We’ll admit, the ESPN NFL..." April 10

  • Tempting 2021 Draft Prospects NBA's Worst Teams Should Avoid

    Bleacher Report "Drafting the best player available makes sense if that player can maximize his potential within his NBA team's roster and system. Certain prospects may need a specific role in order to take off. And some lineups should want to steer clear of a prospect whose weaknesses could..." April 10

  • Kevin Durant: Self-improvement, not titles, is career focus now

    The Score "After winning two NBA titles with the Golden State Warriors, Kevin Durant says improving his game has surpassed chasing championships as his No. 1 career priority. "I wasn't expecting to be a happy human being from a title," the Brooklyn Nets star..." April 10

  • Kendrick Perkins Calls Out Jason Whitlock For His Take On Paul Pierce Stripper Video & Firing

    Total Pro Sports "Kendrick Perkins did not like what Jason Whitlock had to say about Paul Pierce. On Monday, ESPN fired NBA analyst Paul Pierce after he published racy Instagram videos on Friday, showing him smoking what appeared to be marijuana and with strippers twerking in the..." April 10

  • Magic to sign Robert Franks from G League team to 10-day contract

    USA Today "On Saturday, it was reported by Shams Charania of The Athletic that the Orlando Magic will sign forward Robert Franks from their NBA G League affiliate to a 10-day contract. Franks, who went undrafted out of Washington State in 2019, averaged 12.1 points, 6.7 rebounds and 1.5 assists..." April 10

  • Bulls Trade Didn’t Take Nikola Vucevic By Surprise

    Hoops Rumors "Nikola Vucevic was aware that he could be dealt prior to the blockbuster than sent the All-Star center from Orlando to Chicago, he told Alex Kennedy of Basketball News in a Q&A session. “It wasn’t out of nowhere, we’d had discussions prior to it, so it..." April 10

  • Bryce Harper Yells Back At Fan Who Said He’d Never Be Better Than Ronald Acuna Jr.

    Total Pro Sports "You know fans are back in the stands when the heckling returns and the players are actually responding back to them. During a matchup between the Atlanta and Philadelphia on Friday night, one Braves fan decided to call out Phillies star right fielder Bryce..." April 10

  • Dodgers Claim Ashton Goudeau From Giants

    MLB.com "The Los Angeles Dodgers have claimed right-handed pitcher Ashton Goudeau off waivers from the San Francisco Giants. Goudeau, 28, made his Major League debut last season with the Colorado Rockies, going 0-0 with a 7.56 ERA (7 ER/8.1 IP) and two strikeouts in four games. " April 10

  • Ranking the Best Home Run Hitters Since 2000

    Bleacher Report "No matter how Major League Baseball evolves, home runs will remain one of the most entertaining parts of the game. Players can be signed and re-signed solely because of their long-ball power. There simply is no substitute for driving home yourself—and everyone else on..." April 10

  • Joe Musgrove throws first no-hitter in Padres history

    Yahoo! Sports "The most hyped season in San Diego Padres history has now produced the first no-hitter in San Diego Padres history. In his second start as a Padre, pitcher Joe Musgrove threw nine no-hit innings to blank the Texas Rangers on Friday and record the first no-no in club history. San Diego..." April 10

  • Blue Jays place Teoscar Hernandez on IL after exposure to positive COVID-19 case

    Sportsnet "The Toronto Blue Jays have placed Teoscar Hernandez on the injured list following an exposure to a positive COVID-19 case with a close contact outside of the team. MLB health-and-safety protocols state that a player who has been identified as having been in..." April 10

  • David Savard notified he's been traded to Lightning

    TSN "David Savard has been notified he's been traded to the Tampa Bay Lightning, TSN Senior Hockey Reporter Frank Seravalli reported. TSN Hockey Insider Darren Dreger reported earlier a trade between the Columbus Blue Jackets and Tampa Bay Lightning was likely, with TSN Hockey..." April 10

  • Panthers get Brandon Montour from Sabres for draft pick

    Pro Hockey Talk "With one of the NHL’s best records and a mountain of salary cap space at their disposal you have to figure that the Florida Panthers will be active before Monday’s NHL trade deadline. They made their first addition on Saturday afternoon when they acquired..." April 10

  • Penguins waive Juuso Riikola, Colton Sceviour

    Pittsburgh Post-Gazette "The Penguins placed defenseman Juuso Riikola and forward Colton Sceviour on waivers on Saturday morning. The moves could also be used to open up salary cap space ahead of Monday’s 3 p.m. trade deadline or simply to create roster flexibility to activate players off of injured..." April 10

  • Nikita Gusev Clears Unconditional Waivers

    Pro Hockey Rumors "As expected, Gusev has cleared waivers, reports Sportsnet’s Chris Johnston, paving the way for his deal to be terminated. " April 10

  • Blackhawks' Mattias Janmark scratched and more pre-deadline trade buzz

    Chicago Sun-Times "Mattias Janmark will be a healthy scratch for the Blackhawks’ game Saturday against the Blue Jackets. The Hawks are expected to trade Janmark, a pending free agent, before Monday’s 2 p.m. CT deadline and won’t play him in order to avoid injury and protect his..." April 10

  • UNC's Garrison Brooks enters transfer portal

    The Athletic "North Carolina center Garrison Brooks has entered the transfer portal, The Athletic confirmed Friday evening. Brooks (6-foot-10, 240 pounds), an All-ACC selection as a junior and the preseason player of the year in the conference in 2020-21, averaged 10.2 points, 6.9 rebounds and 1.4..." April 10

  • Cincinnati fires coach John Brannen after just two seasons after university review of basketball program

    CBS Sports "Cincinnati is firing men's basketball coach John Brannen less than a week after placing him on paid administrative leave amid a university review of the program, the school announced Friday. The school first announced its review of allegations involving the program late last..." April 09

  • Referee Bert Smith's fall in men's NCAA Tournament game didn't kill him. It saved his life.

    USA Today "Bert Smith hasn’t seen the moment that made him famous. His wife has seen it once, and she’ll never watch it again. If you saw it, you understand. Smith is the college basketball official who passed out during the men's NCAA Tournament regional final..." April 09

  • Texas Tech transfer Nimari Burnett chooses Alabama basketball

    Tuscaloosa News "Nimari Burnett, a five-star prospect in the Class of 2020, announced Thursday that he would transfer from Texas Tech, where he had an up-and-down freshman season, and join the Alabama basketball program.  Burnett, a McDonald’s All-American and five-star prospect from..." April 08

  • UCLA coach Mick Cronin signs two-year extension after Final Four run

    ESPN "After leading the Bruins to their first Final Four appearance since 2008, UCLA men's basketball coach Mick Cronin has signed a two-year extension worth $4 million per year, athletic director Martin Jarmond announced Thursday. Cronin, who is now signed through the 2026-27..." April 08