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Notre Dame Offers 2023 Illinois Athlete

Notre Dame is just getting started with the 2023 class, and the long list of offered players has grown with the Irish staff offering Arthur (Ill.) Lovington athlete Kaden Feagin. The 6-3, 220-pound young athlete plays both running back and linebacker in high school but projects to be a defensive...
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Dwight Howard Trying to Add New Element to His Game

The Sixers have multiple decisions to make this offseason regarding the roster. While their core is locked up long-term, multiple members of the supporting cast are free agents. Among the batch of free agents is veteran center Dwight Howard. It did not take long for Howard to leave his mark...
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Here’s why Aaron Rodgers probably won’t be hosting ‘Jeopardy!’ next year

Sporting retro sunglasses and a T-shirt paying homage to a problematic employee from a workplace sitcom, MVP quarterback Aaron Rodgers returned to work Tuesday. The Green Bay Packers quarterback reported to Wisconsin’s Lambeau Field Tuesday morning, signaling a potential end to speculation on whether the NFL’s 2020 Most Valuable Player would lead the Packers offense this year.
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Notre Dame Offers Athletic 2023 Quarterback

Notre Dame is still in search of its 2023 quarterback and right now the list of offers is quite small as the Irish staff zeroes in on its top targets. That list grew by one this evening when Notre Dame offered Maize (Kan.) High School athlete Avery Johnson. Johnson passed...
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Troy Weaver Does Not Guarantee Pistons Will Select Cade Cunningham

Don't believe everything you read. "It's all bunk," Detroit Pistons general manager Troy Weaver told reporters Tuesday in his pre-draft media session. That was the message in response to recent rumors that the Pistons are set on who their draft selection will be when it is their turn to hand in their card on Thursday evening at the NBA Draft.
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Report: Ben Simmons Trade Talks to Get Serious This Week

The NBA rumor mill continues to heat up as we get closer to Thursday's draft. Like they do every year, ESPN insiders Adrain Wojnarowski and Zach Lowe held a TV special to discuss all news around the league leading up to the event. Among the topics discussed was an update...
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Troy Aikman Calls Dak Prescott the ‘Best’ Leader in the NFL, Says He’s the ‘Perfect Guy’ to Handle the Pressures That Come With Being a Dallas Cowboys Quarterback

If there’s anyone who knows how to lead the Dallas Cowboys, it’s Troy Aikman. After all, the Hall of Fame quarterback led “America’s Team” to three Super Bowl victories in the 1990s and picked up a Super Bowl MVP trophy in the process. While Dak Prescott may never see all of that success, Aikman sees a lot of himself in the current Cowboys quarterback and even called him the best leader in the NFL today when he visited Dallas training camp on Sunday, where he also discussed the pressures of being the signal-caller in Big D and how he thinks Dak will perform coming back from his devastating ankle injury.
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Sixers Rumors: Raptors Showing Most Interest in Ben Simmons so far?

At this point in the NBA offseason, it's clear that Ben Simmons is on the Philadelphia 76ers' trade block. While the Sixers aren't in any rush to deal away the 25-year-old three-time All-Star, the chances of Simmons landing on a new team next season are higher than they've ever been since he joined the Sixers in 2016.
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The Reason Puerto Rico Has Its Own Olympic Team Essentially Boils Down to Bureaucracy

Understanding all of the bureaucracy surrounding the Summer Olympic Games can make your head spin. Whether you're trying to figure out why the games are banning athletes from competing for using THC in a state where it's legal to do so, or trying to understand why certain members of the gymnastics team are rocking different-colored leotards, there are a lot of questions surrounding the Olympics from viewers at home.

Runner's Olympic Dreams Were Nearly Killed Because Of His DACA Status

Runner Luis Grijalva just barely beat the race against time. The 22-year-old announced Tuesday that he was finally granted permission to go to Tokyo to compete in the Olympic Games despite complications that arose from his immigration status that put his return to the United States in jeopardy. “I’m going...
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Simone Biles Through the Years: From Junior Champ to Gymnastics GOAT

Simply the best! Simone Biles is small in stature — just 4-foot-8 — but her reputation looms large. The Texas-based athlete, now widely considered to be the greatest of all time in her sport, started taking gymnastics classes when she was 6 and earned an invitation to the junior national team camp when she was 14. Two years later, she made her debut at the World Artistic Gymnastics Championships, where she won a gold medal in the all-around and floor exercise competitions. She followed that up with two more all-around titles in Worlds ahead of her Olympics debut in Rio de Janeiro.
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NBA News: Spurs' DeMar DeRozan Prioritizing Winning in Free Agency

We are less than a week away from the start of NBA free agency. Rumors of All-Stars potentially requesting trades have overshadowed things, but there will be some enticing players hitting the open market. One of the big names hitting free agency is Spurs forward DeMar DeRozan. After spending the...
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Kentucky commit Skyy Clark expecting good news for the Wildcats

Could good recruiting news be on the way for Kentucky?. Montverde (Fla.) Academy 5-star point guard and Wildcats commit Skyy Clark seems to think so. Clark told Jason Jordan of Sports Illustrated he thinks UK has several commitments on the way. Get the latest UK news sent straight to your...