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May

16
Klay Thompson has ‘special’ Game 6 performance to lead Golden State Warriors back to Western Conference finals

Kevon Looney reached over Steve Adams to snag the long rebound off Stephen Curry’s missed 3-point attempt. He tossed the ball a few feet to his right to Klay Thompson. In one fluid motion, Thompson caught and shot the ball, good for a 28-foot 3-pointer. That was the shot that brought the Warriors to their 110-96 Game 6 victory over the Grizzlies, sending them back to the Western Conference finals for the first time since 2019. “It’s special,” Thompson said. “I mean, everything we’ve been through the last few years, it’s really an incredible opportunity.” Thompson has a special relationship with Game 6s […]

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April

11
Aaron Judge ‘disappointed’ after failing to reach extension with New York Yankees ahead of Opening Day deadline

Yankees right fielder Aaron Judge, speaking to reporters Friday, expressed frustration at not concluding a long-term contract extension with the club with which he wants to spend the rest of his major league career. “I’m just disappointed because I have been vocal about wanting to be a Yankee for life,” Judge stated after the Yankees’ 6-5 extra-innings win over the Boston Red Sox on Opening Day. “I want to bring a championship back to New York. I want to do it for the fans here. This is home for me. And I’m not getting that done right now. It stinks, but I got a job to […]

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March

07
New MLBPA proposal includes $5M reduction in pre-arbitration pool

The MLB Players Association gave a written collective bargaining agreement proposal to Major League Baseball on Sunday. It included a $5 million reduction to the union’s last offer in a pre-arbitration bonus pool, but it did not include any changes to its competitive balance tax proposal, according to sources familiar with the situation. The meeting in New York lasted 95 minutes with the union suggesting afterward that the two sides meet again Monday. Deputy commissioner Dan Halem and union chief negotiator Bruce Meyer met after Sunday’s meeting, but the league stated it will get back to the players about meeting […]

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February

04
Tennis player Dominic Thiem delays return from wrist injury until March

Dominic Thiem, the 2020 US Open champion, has delayed his return because of a hurt hand and now plans to make his return at Indian Wells in March. Thiem hasn’t played in a tournament since June because of a wrist injury and was unable to defend his title at Flushing Meadows last year. He had been planning to play at the Cordoba Open this week but was forced to pull out after feeling pain in the knuckles on his right hand. Looking for the best online betting site and Live betting? Visit Heritage Sports! Thiem revealed Thursday that he has […]

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January

25
New York Mets GM says his team had an understanding with the New York Yankees on hiring of Eric Chavez as hitting coach

Mets general manager Billy Eppler stated he spoke to Yankees general manager Brian Cashman well before hiring away Eric Chávez as the team’s hitting coach and that both sides had an understanding that Chávez might end up in Queens. Chávez, 44, was hired by the Yankees in November as one of two assistants to new hitting coach Dillon Lawson — and projected to take on a role beyond his title. A few weeks later, the Mets hired the 17-year big leaguer to be their primary hitting coach. Eppler said Monday that he was in contact with Cashman before the Yankees hired Chávez, and […]

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December

27
Andrey Rublev the latest to test positive for COVID after Abu Dhabi exhibition

World No. 5 Andrey Rublev is the fifth player to test positive for COVID-19 after playing at an exhibition event in Abu Dhabi this month. Spaniard Rafael Nadal, Canadian Denis Shapovalov, Switzerland’s Olympic champion Belinda Bencic and Tunisian Ons Jabeur all tested positive after taking part in the event. Looking for the best online betting site and Live betting? Visit Heritage Sports! US Open champion Emma Raducanu tested positive in Abu Dhabi before the event and withdrew, while Nadal’s coach Carlos Moya also contracted the novel coronavirus. The 24-year-old Rublev, who beat Andy Murray in the World Tennis Championship final on Dec. 18, confirmed on Twitter he was isolating with minimal symptoms. “I am currently […]

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December

01
Miami Marlins acquire Joey Wendle, send Kameron Misner to Tampa Bay Rays

The Miami Marlins obtained All-Star third baseman Joey Wendle as part of a deal with the Tampa Bay Rays on Tuesday. In return, the Rays got back Kameron Misner, a 23-year-old outfield/third base prospect. Wendle spent the past four seasons with Tampa Bay. He had a career-high 11 home runs to go with 54 RBIs and 73 runs scored in 136 games this past season for the AL East champion Rays. Misner, the 35th overall selection in the 2019 draft, split time between Single-A and Double-A in 2021, hitting .253 with 12 home runs, 59 RBIs and 70 runs scored between the two. Looking for the […]

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August

05
Victor Oladipo agrees to stay with Miami Heat on 1-year deal

Free agent Victor Oladipo agreed to a one-year, minimum deal to stay with the Miami Heat, a source told ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski on Wednesday. He will continue to rehab his quadriceps tendon injury through the start of the campaign, a source told ESPN. Oladipo, 29, emerged as an All-NBA player with the Indiana Pacers in a breakout 2017-18 season but has struggled with consistency in his comeback from a devastating knee injury he suffered in 2019. After being obtained by the Heat, Oladipo injured his knee in April and didn’t play the rest of the season after he opted to have season-ending surgery on his […]

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April

26
MRI on Milwaukee Brewers star Christian Yelich’s back shows no major issues

The Milwaukee Brewers are moving along with their plan for Christian Yelich after an MRI on the slugger’s strained lower back showed no major issues. Yelich hasn’t played since April 11. He was eligible to come off the injured list this weekend, but the 2018 NL MVP was sent back to Milwaukee because manager Craig Counsell stated Yelich had hit a “plateau” in his recovery. “We basically just ruled out anything significant structurally that would show up on the MRI,” Counsell said before Sunday’s series finale versus the Cubs. “We still need to make progress to get him back on the field and so […]

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December

03
How to use you poker skills to have better results in all games

Poker is one of the most played card games in the world, and players from all over the globe enjoy accessing online casinos that feature the best poker games. Luckily, there are ways to enhance your game and have better probabilities of winning. Here, we take a peek at what skills can benefit any player that is looking to play online poker or any other games for that matter. With the right skills and techniques, you can even be playing poker for a living and enjoy amazing results. So today, instead of concentrating on actual strategy, let’s cover soft skills that can […]

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