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August

15
Lakers finally have NBA Championship depth – Darvin Ham

Los Angeles Lakers head coach Darvin Ham told ESPN that the Lakers finally have the depth to earn another NBA Championship, admitting their roster was a touch shallow during their 2022-23 season. The Lakers got last season off to a horrific start, going 0-5 and 2-10 in their first 12 games. However, Ham, who replaced Frank Vogel ahead of the campaign, oversaw a turnaround in fortunes as they scraped into the playoffs, and then beat the Memphis Grizzlies and Golden State Warriors on the way to a 4-0 Western Conference loss to the Denver Nuggets. They have moved proactively ahead of the new campaign, retaining key […]

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August

02
Bengals RB Trayveon Williams carted off with ankle injury

Trayveon Williams, one of the contenders to be the Cincinnati Bengals’ top backup running back, left Tuesday’s practice on a cart after suffering a right ankle injury. Following the departure of Samaje Perine in free agency, Williams was in the mix to become the team’s top reserve option behind starter Joe Mixon. After Tuesday’s practice, Bengals coach Zac Taylor stated he didn’t have any immediate updates on Williams’ status and that the team would continue to gather more information. However, Taylor praised Williams’ growth since the team drafted him in the sixth round of the 2019 NFL draft. “He’s always been a guy that’s […]

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July

07
Giannis Antetokounmpo has knee surgery, expected to be ready for training camp

Milwaukee Bucks superstar Giannis Antetokounmpo recently underwent a cleanup procedure in his left knee, though the team says he should be ready for training camp in September. After feeling lingering knee discomfort since the start of the offseason, Antetokounmpo and the Bucks decided surgery was necessary. “He had a routine surgery on his left knee, and it went great,” Milwaukee coach Adrian Griffin told reporters on Wednesday. “Everything went as planned, and we expect him back and ready to go in training camp.” Looking for the best online betting site and Live betting? Visit Heritage Sports! Antetokounmpo’s status for the FIBA World Cup […]

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June

30
Yankees pitcher Domingo Germán throws 1st perfect game since 2012. It’s the 24th in MLB history

Since arriving in the big leagues six years ago, Domingo Germán has been anything but perfect. Until now. The New York Yankees right-hander pitched the 24th perfect game in major league history Wednesday night, retiring every Oakland batter in an 11-0 triumph over the Athletics. It was the first perfect game since Seattle Mariners ace Félix Hernández threw one versus the Tampa Bay Rays on Aug. 15, 2012. There were three that season — but none since until Germán finished off the first no-hitter in the majors this year. He joined Don Larsen (1956), David Wells (1998) and David Cone (1999) as Yankees to pitch perfect […]

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June

20
Draymond Green declines player option, to become free agent

Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green is declining his $27.6 million player option and will enter unrestricted free agency, Klutch Sports CEO Rich Paul told ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski on Monday. “We will continue to talk to Golden State and explore all options,” Paul told ESPN. It was expected Green would opt out; now he can talk with the Warriors as well as explore sign-and-trades and free agency. The Warriors, though, have been motivated to sign Green to a new deal, sources said. The four-time All-Star has been a pillar of the Warriors’ dynasty over the past decade after being drafted with the 35th […]

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June

15
Golden Knights blast Panthers 9-3 in Game 5 to capture first Stanley Cup title

Golden Knights games have always been as flashy as any show on the Las Vegas Strip, the sword-fighting mascot taking the ice before what seems like a legion of players marching out through the mirrored entrance into the roar of the crowd. If this team was ever going to attain the Stanley Cup, it was going to do it with Vegas flash. The Knights delivered just that from dazzling passes to Mark Stone’s hat trick to all-out goal celebrations, capturing the young organization’s first title with a 9-3 romp over the beaten up and exhausted Florida Panthers on Tuesday night. Coach Bruce Cassidy, […]

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June

09
Jokic, Murray each post triple-doubles amid historic night in Nuggets’ G3 win

During the two days before Game 3, coach Michael Malone could sense the Denver Nuggets’ Game 2 loss weighing heavily on Jamal Murray. On Wednesday, Murray and Nikola Jokic rebounded from their first NBA Finals loss by making history. In their best and most important match as teammates, Jokic and Murray became the first duo to record 30-point triple-doubles, helping Denver rout the Miami Heat 109-94 to take a 2-1 lead in the NBA Finals. Murray set the tone before finishing with 34 points, 10 assists and 10 rebounds. Jokic delivered a stat line never seen before in NBA Finals history with 32 points, 21 rebounds […]

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June

07
Adrian Griffin officially announced as new Bucks coach

Adrian Griffin is getting his first head coaching job at the same place where he started out as an assistant. The Milwaukee Bucks officially announced Monday they have hired Griffin to replace Mike Budenholzer, who was fired last month after a first-round playoff loss to the Miami Heat. Reports surfaced on April 29 that the Bucks were finalizing an agreement to make Griffin their next coach. Griffin has spent the last five seasons as a Toronto Raptors assistant on a staff headed by Nick Nurse, who was fired after the season and has since been hired as the Philadelphia 76ers’ head coach. Griffin’s coaching career started […]

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May

25
Heat shake off Game 4 loss, citing season done ‘the hard way’

As Jimmy Butler walked to the podium following the Miami Heat’s 116-99 loss to the Boston Celtics in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference finals Tuesday night, he was singing. It was Alicia Keys’ 2007 song “No One.” But the specific verse he closed with was, “Everything’s gonna be alright.” While Butler and the 8-seed Heat lamented that they couldn’t close out the Celtics and earn their second trip to the NBA Finals in four seasons, there remained an air of confidence within the group that it could go back to Boston for Thursday night’s Game 5 and find a way to win one more. “If anything, […]

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May

17
76ers fire coach Doc Rivers after three seasons

The Philadelphia 76ers dismissed coach Doc Rivers on Tuesday, the team revealed. The Sixers were eliminated in the Eastern Conference semifinals for a third consecutive season, losing 112-88 in Game 7 to the Boston Celtics on Sunday. The search for a new coach is expected to include Mike Budenholzer, Sam Cassell, Mike D’Antoni, Nick Nurse, Frank Vogel and Monty Williams, sources told ESPN. Rivers delivered a 154-82 (.653) record in his three seasons, including 54 victories in 2022-23 — the franchise’s most since 2000-01. The Sixers were one of three teams in the top 10 in both offensive and defensive efficiency, according to ESPN Stats […]

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