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Bucks star Giannis Antetokounmpo chases down LeBron James for a block that you can add to his highlight reel

LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers got the best of Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Milwaukee Bucks in a game that featured stars on and off the court Friday night at Fiserv Forum. But Antetokounmpo did get the best of James on a block that you can add to the collection of must-see plays on YouTube from the Bucks' two-time MVP. ...
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Cavs News: Twin towers, trade target, December preview

The NBA spent a decade shifting smaller, spurred on by the Miami Heat and Golden State Warriors finding such success without traditional hulking centers in their best lineups. The Cleveland Cavaliers have bucked that trend, picking two virtual seven-footers to both start in the frontcourt. ESPN’s Tim McMahon went in...
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The latest projections: Where will Kentucky go bowling?

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- With the college football conference championships set to kick off, the 2022 bowl picture is beginning to come into focus – at least, that's what the experts think. For the University of Kentucky, a consensus about possible postseason destinations is growing, though league championship games...

Can Cedi Osman become a Cleveland Cavaliers all-time great?

Cedi Osman surpassed Danny Ferry on the Cleveland Cavalier’s three-point list. Can Cedi Osman become a franchise legend? It seems odd to say, as he’s one of the most up-and-down players of the modern era. He’s had a very mediocre, dare I say at times, bad stretch of games over the last half-dozen or so, but he’s also shown to be very impressive at times as well. He’s a quagmire (Giggity).

Making Monsters: Can Jack Sanborn be a future Bears building block?

Taylor Doll and Dylan Ryan focus on one young Chicago Bears player on their Making Monsters podcast nearly every week, and this show was all about UDFA linebacker Jack Sanborn. They got to talk with some people who know Sanborn’s game pretty well; his high school coach Luke Mertens, who had Sanborn his senior year at Lake Zurich, and Derrik Klassen, who writes for Football Outsiders and is an NFL Draft analyst for Bleacher Report.

Jerry Jones compliments LeBron James

Two days after LeBron James criticized reporters for not pressing Jerry Jones about attending a 1957 protest against desegregation, the Cowboys owner praised the Lakers star. "I don’t know of anybody I respect any more. I don’t know of anybody that has taken every opportunity he’s had and maximized it," Jones said on 105.3 The Fan, as shared by Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk. "He not only is an absolute great ambassador for sport. He has taken sports, he’s taken his venues and used those platforms."

Bears Could Receive ‘Massive Trade Haul’ From Familiar Face in 2023

Heading into Week 13, the Chicago Bears sit at 3-9 and are set to have the No. 2 overall pick in the 2023 NFL draft. What general manager Ryan Poles and company do with that pick remains a mystery, but one scenario that keeps coming up is the trade down — and that could be a very good thing for Chicago.

Proposal Sees Packers Trade Rodgers to AFC East For Draft Haul

The Green Bay Packers have suffered through a brutally tough season but are fast approaching an offseason full of possibilities. That’s the rosy perspective of the situation facing the organization come mid-February and beyond. Another way to look at it is as a period of tough decisions that will impact the future of the franchise for the next 5-10 years. No matter how you choose to frame it, Aaron Rodgers is going to be at the center of everything the Packers do and will inevitably be the first domino to fall as they execute their offseason plans.

“I like trolling” – Israel Adesanya is a troll when it comes to facing the media

Israel Adesanya has been one of the most charismatic fighters on the planet. The Last Stylebender has proved to be entertaining both inside and outside of the Octagon. The former Middleweight champion recently admitted in an interview that he occasionally behaves differently for the camera in an effort to confuse the media.