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May

24
DE Crosby gets $7.2M raise from Raiders in reworked contract

The Las Vegas Raiders are giving three-time Pro Bowl defensive end Maxx Crosby a $6 million raise for the upcoming season without adding any years to his current contract, league sources told ESPN’s Adam Schefter on Thursday. The Raiders are also moving an additional $1.2 million into the 2025 season, according to the sources. Crosby, a fourth-round draft pick of the Raiders in 2019 out of Eastern Michigan, has become the face of the franchise since signing a four-year extension with $95 million in new money and more than $53 million guaranteed on March 11, 2022. Looking for the best online betting site and Live betting? […]

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May

09
Jalen Brunson returns from injury, sparks Knicks to 2-0 lead

New York Knicks center Isaiah Hartenstein stated he heard the roar from the locker room. Jalen Brunson, who had exited with a right foot injury late in the first quarter of Wednesday night’s Game 2 versus the Indiana Pacers, had returned to the Madison Square Garden floor during halftime to see if he could push through the pain. The moment he walked through the tunnel, the crowd erupted. It was a noise so loud that Hartenstein and his teammates said they heard it from their lockers, and so intense that Brunson pleaded fans to tone things down so he could find the mental clarity […]

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April

26
Joel Embiid scores 50 to get 76ers first win of series vs. Knicks

Joel Embiid scored 50 points, making all four 3-point attempts and scoring 18 in a potential series-shifting third quarter, to lead the Philadelphia 76ers to a 125-114 victory over the New York Knicks on Thursday night in Game 3 of their Eastern Conference first-round series. Embiid boldly stated “we’re going to win this series” after the 76ers dropped Game 2. With one of the finest postseason efforts of his career, Embiid became the third player to ever score 50 points versus the Knicks in the postseason and kept the hope of a Philadelphia series comeback very much alive. The Knicks lead the series 2-1. Game […]

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April

10
Bucks’ Giannis Antetokounmpo helped off court with calf injury

Two-time MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo exited the Milwaukee Bucks’ 104-91 victory over the Boston Celtics in the third quarter Tuesday night due to an injury to his left calf. Antetokounmpo was heading up the court following a made 3-pointer from Celtics guard Derrick White when the Bucks star crumbed to floor without contact while grabbing at his left leg. He stayed on the floor as the Bucks called a timeout, and his teammates helped carry him off the court and toward the locker room. Antetokounmpo was officially ruled out of the game in the fourth quarter with what the team called a left soleus strain. The soleus is a […]

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March

21
Celtics open big lead, hold on to beat Bucks without Giannis, 122-119

Jayson Tatum scored 31 points on Wednesday night to help the Boston Celtics collect their seventh game in a row, taking advantage of the absence of two-time MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo to defeat the Milwaukee Bucks 122-119. Payton Pritchard added 19 points and six rebounds off the bench for Boston, scoring 10 points in the second quarter — as many as Milwaukee had as a team. He also grabbed four rebounds in the second, including an offensive board he took away from Brook Lopez, a player a full foot taller. Derrick White had 23 points and eight assists, while Jaylen Brown concluded with 21 points and eight boards for Boston. Damian Lillard scored 32, including […]

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February

09
Adolis García, Rangers agree to 2-year deal, avoid arbitration

Adolis García and the Texas Rangers agreed Thursday to a two-year deal, the team revealed. The deal, according to multiple reports, is worth $14 million and avoids a salary arbitration hearing for the American League Championship Series MVP and the World Series champions. The deal through 2025 is pending a physical. García was the only Rangers player eligible for salary arbitration who didn’t reach a deal before last month’s deadline. An arbitration hearing had been arranged for Thursday before the agreement was reached. The two-time All-Star slugger, who set an MLB postseason record with 22 RBIs last fall, had requested $6.9 million and […]

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November

02
Rangers take out D-backs for franchise’s 1st World Series title

The Texas Rangers spent seven months of this season terrorizing adversaries with a menacing offense that feasted on home runs and hardly ever let up. The first night of November showcased the other aspects that make them dominant — gritty starting pitching, sound defense and a lineup versatile enough to manufacture runs when needed. It sealed them a title. The Rangers defeated the upstart, underdog Arizona Diamondbacks in front of a soldout Chase Field crowd, 5-0, in Game 5 of the World Series on Wednesday, clinching the first championship in the 63-year history of their franchise.  Nathan Eovaldi continually weaved out of trouble, somehow matching […]

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October

24
Giannis Antetokounmpo secures 3-year, $186M extension

Milwaukee Bucks star Giannis Antetokounmpo has agreed on a three-year, $186 million contract extension, his agent, Alex Saratsis, revealed Monday. The deal — which includes a player option for the 2027-2028 season — commits Antetokounmpo, a two-time NBA Most Valuable Player, to the franchise through the duration of guard Damian Lillard’s contract and ends the chance of him entering free agency in 2025. The extension, which Antetokounmpo first announced on social media, is yet one more commitment from the superstar to the franchise that drafted him out of Greece in 2013 with the 15th overall pick and nurtured his development into one of the […]

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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

26
Yankees slugger Aaron Judge has torn ligament in toe

New York Yankees slugger Aaron Judge said Saturday he has a torn ligament in his right big toe and is experiencing pain when he walks. When the Yankees placed Judge on the injured list June 6, the team said he was dealing with a contusion and a sprained ligament in his right big toe. There remains no timetable for the return of the reigning American League MVP. “I’ve got to knock out the rehab stuff,” Judge said. “I’ve had different injuries over the years where it’s going to take a while. It’s not going to be perfect here in a couple of weeks. […]

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