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Cavs: We could see Collin Sexton used more this way in Year 4

Collin Sexton showed more progression as a significant contributor for the Cleveland Cavaliers in his third campaign with them in 2020-21. Sexton again Cleveland in scoring with 24.3 points per game, and despite the squad’s inconsistencies/barrage of injuries, he did so pretty efficiently with a true shooting rate of 57.3 percent.
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Miami Dolphins 2021 breakout player from each offensive position

2021 should be an exciting year for the Miami Dolphins as they look to get back to the postseason and these players should breakout this season. For many young players, a year is all they need to find their niche’ in the NFL. Others tend to take a little longer and some never find their path and are gone in the first few years. The Dolphins have done an extensive rebuild to their roster and now, they need to start seeing players step up.
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Jimmy Garoppolo: How many games does 49ers QB start in 2021?

The 49ers have all but guaranteed Jimmy Garoppolo will start in 2021, but it’s an open-ended question of exactly how many starts he’ll see. For now, until proven otherwise, the San Francisco 49ers have their two top quarterbacks in the following order on the depth chart heading into 2021:. The...
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Aqeel Glass wins Deacon Jones Trophy for 2021 spring season

Aqeel Glass of Alabama A&M was rewarded for being one of the top HBCU Football players in the country by winning the Deacon Jones award. The Black College Football Hall of Fame named Alabama A&M quarterback Aqeel Glass the Black College Football Player of the Year being awarded the Deacon Jones Trophy as a result. The award is presented by the Black College Football Hall of Fame and is named after Jackson State University alumni, inaugural Black College Football Hall of Fame inductee and Pro Football Hall of Famer Deacon Jones.
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NASCAR: Who is the ‘best of the rest’ behind Hendrick?

The last time Hendrick Motorsports didn’t win a NASCAR Cup Series race was six weeks ago now. But who has been the “best of the rest”?. Usually when the subject of the “best of the rest” is discussed in motorsport, it has to do with who finished behind the Mercedes and the Red Bulls in Formula 1. But over the past month and a half or so, it has do with the NASCAR Cup Series.
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Breaking down Michigan Football’s latest commitments

Michigan football added two recruits to its 2022 class on Saturday and here’s a look at how they fit with the Wolverines. Michigan football entered “Victors Weekend” with seven commitments in its 2022 class. With other schools around the country picking up commitments, it may have seemed like the Wolverines were in a drought with its last commit coming in April.
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Toronto Blue Jays: News from the Nest – Sunday, June 20

Previous segments looking at the Blue Jays farm system:. A fourth-round pick in 2017, Kevin Smith is starting to hit the ball well in AAA after a slow start to the season. Since June 8th, the infielder has been slashing around .270 and currently owns a .287/.396/.589 line with nine home runs and 30 RBI on the season.
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Behold these 20 amazing The Wheel of Time tattoos

The Wheel of Time turns and Ages come and pass, leaving memories that become legends…as well as legendary tattoos. Here are 20 amazing ones!. The Wheel of Time book series may have ended in 2013 with the release of A Memory of Light, but the epic fantasy story that introduced readers to heroes like Rand al’Thor and Egwene al’Vere is still as impactful today as ever. For close to three decades now, Robert Jordan’s immense and imaginative tale has been transporting readers to a world of magic and adventure. Given the sheer size, scope, and beauty of this series — 15 books, averaging out to around 700 pages each — it’s no surprise that it’s inspired some serious love among fans. Reading The Wheel of Time feels like you really are entering this other world, and living alongside its characters for a while. Which, if you think about it, kind of makes sense — many readers spends literal years with these characters over the course of reading the entire series.
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New Orleans Pelicans: New front office, same mistakes

The New Orleans Pelicans’ tumultuous 2020-21 season has continued into the offseason. Countless reports of key players being unhappy, as well as the departure of Stan Van Gundy after just a year in charge, has highlighted a season in which the lofty expectations were never met. Gayle Benson revamped the...
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Tennessee Titans may have already found their backup in DeShone Kizer

Though we’re always reminded that ‘it’s just minicamp’ and that we should never take too much from guys running around without pads on for three days or so, Tennessee Titans fans shouldn’t ignore everything that they see either. Whenever we get to this point of the calendar year and our favorite teams have begun their Summertime breaks before gearing up for another training camp, we’re normally locked into conversations about what we’ve just seen.
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Pittsburgh Pirates: When Should We Expect Nick Gonzales In The Major Leagues?

Pittsburgh Pirates’ second base prospect Nick Gonzales is one of the best prospects in all of baseball, but when could we expect his major league arrival?. The Pittsburgh Pirates selected middle infielder Nick Gonzales from New Mexico State with the 7th overall pick in the draft last year. Gonzales was considered the top pure hitting prospect in the entire draft, and the Bucs were able to take an arguable top 5 pick a few picks down the line.
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Which cities are winning the war against dog poop?

There is currently a war on dog poop in the United States. With many dog owners not picking up after their pooches, some cities are stepping up their game when it comes to keeping their streets and sidewalks clean. Of course, it is also about picking up at the park too!
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Reds: Archie Bradley and Raisel Iglesias wouldn’t have helped the bullpen

Looking at some of the moves the Cincinnati Reds front office made this offseason, it’s easy to be critical. But, don’t pretend that having Raisel Iglesias and Archie Bradley in the bullpen would have helped. In no way am I suggesting that Cincinnati’s front office made the correct call in not addressing the bullpen, but those two relievers are not the answer.
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X-Men: Daisy Ridley suits up as Rogue in stunning image

Fans are eager to see the X-Men join the Marvel Cinematic Universe and this image of Daisy Ridley in the role of Rogue has us eager to see her join the MCU. With the rights to the characters back in Marvel’s hands, it’s only a matter of time before the X-Men make their way to the Marvel Cinematic Universe — after all, you don’t acquire some of the most beloved characters in comic book history only to let them sit on the sidelines.
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Is Sweet Tooth season 2 coming in 2021?

The Netflix original series based on the beloved DC comic Sweet Tooth has been occupying a place within Netflix’s Top Ten since it first arrived on June 4, 2021, and shows minor signs of slowing down. It leaves the anticipation for Sweet Tooth season 2 among subscribers, especially regarding if...
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MLB: 3 managers that should be on the hot seat

With two and a half months in the books, MLB teams are starting to realize who they are. The playoff contenders and the bottom dwellers are starting to consider putting out the ‘For Sale’ signs. Teams in the middle will be looking at the next few weeks as they determine their direction for the rest of the year.
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Raiders: 5 former first-round picks that must reach their potential in 2021

The Las Vegas Raiders have plenty of first-round picks on the roster in 2021, and these five must reach their potential this upcoming season. The 2021 season is one where plenty of players, coaches, and personnel will be on the hot seat if the Las Vegas Raiders fail to make the playoffs once again. This offseason, Las Vegas has brought in a bunch of new faces, including some former top picks, but for this to work, first-round selections must reach their potential.