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What if the line at the pizza concession was too long?

I have done a lot of dumb things without thinking. Scrambled to catch a chef’s knife that was knocked off the counter. Pulled out into traffic when I shouldn’t have. Taken a sip of coffee that was way too hot. But these aren’t things that I deliberated on. I didn’t think, “I am going to

28 Apr 2017
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Playing overseas is common for WNBA players looking to add on to their limited WNBA salary

On top of playing all the way through to the championship, more and more WNBA players are choosing to play overseas during their offseason. Players like Breanna Stewart, who was drafted in mid-April of last year by the Storm after winning the NCAA championship with UConn, played in every game of the regular season. Stewart

22 Apr 2017
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This MLS play is a beautiful disaster in three acts

Friday’s match between the San Jose Earthquakes and FC Dallas ended in a 1-1 draw with both goals being scored in the second half. There was an opportunity for FC Dallas to score in the first half, but instead it ended in a lowlight for Cristian Colman: Kamara, once the nation’s No. 1 running back

20 Apr 2017
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Which hitters will go yard more often?

Baseball Info Solutions (BIS) has written on the topic of power breakout candidates many times before, but that endeavor has never been as challenging as it is this year. Last season, power in baseball wasn’t just up, it was historically up. Players hit 5,610 home runs last season, the second most in a season in

18 Apr 2017
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The Celtics, who were up handily, could have double or triple-teamed the Suns guard to stop him from scoring.

Instead, they let him run up his stat sheet to become just the sixth player in NBA history to score at least 70 points. Phoenix neglected to show the same history-breaking courtesy it was extended less than a month ago. In doing so, the Suns robbed their fans, who cheered Westbrook on and chanted M-V-P

10 Apr 2017
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that’s exactly what a player like McDowell provides.

Sunday served as a great appetizer for baseball fans around the world. After a long offseason that was, admittedly, made better by an exciting World Baseball Classic last month, baseball was finally back. Six teams competed in three games scattered across the day. It was a nice taste of that sweet, sweet baseball we’ve been

07 Apr 2017
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Trent Richardson isn’t frustrated with Colts production

On Monday, Richardson told Stephen Holder of the Indianapolis Star that he thinks he’s been playing well, despite what the stats say: “I’m not frustrated at all because I think I’ve been playing good,” Richardson said. “If you turn on the film, I don’t have any missed assignments. I haven’t had any missed reads. I’ve

05 Apr 2017
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Bobby Rainey busts out to earn NFC honors

Bobby Rainey earned NFC Offensive Players of the Week honors after rushing for 163 yards and notching three touchdowns during the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ win over the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday. The Bucs are down their top two running backs — Doug Martin and Mike James — because of injury. The once-unknown Rainey stepped up

03 Apr 2017
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Jay Cutler is still working to recover from a high ankle sprain he suffered in a Week 10 loss.

The Chicago Bears earned a win without starting quarterback Jay Cutler on Sunday and will attempt to do so again in Week 12, as head coach Marc Trestman ruled out Cutler for the team’s upcoming road matchup with the St. Louis Rams, according to ESPN’s Mike Wright. Cutler, 30, is dealing with a high ankle

01 Apr 2017
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Dwayne Bowe arrested for possession of marijuana, according to police

Denver Broncos week is already off to a horrible start. According to reports, Kansas City Chiefs WR Dwayne Bowe was arrested north of Kansas City on Sunday night for possession of marijuana and speeding. This coming before the biggest Chiefs game in years…. Fox 4 in Kansas City has the story, along with other media

30 Mar 2017
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