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Washington Post SportsFeb 19, 2018
Taking stock of winners and losers from NBA All-Star Weekend
MVP LeBron James and Dunk Contest winner Donovan Mitchell join the NBA itself as winners of the weekend, while Fergie, Kevin Hart and hometown hero Paul George are among those who need improvement.

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Adam Silver on All-Star Game: 'Sounds Like We're Going to Have a Televised Draft Next Year' (Sports Illustrated Front Page)

Sports Illustrated Front PageFeb 19, 2018
NBA All-Star Weekend: The Best and Weirdest Business Convention in the World
NBA All-Star Weekend is essentially a business convention. The weekend provides a window into all the economies that make basketball more interesting than any other sport.

Sports Illustrated Front PageFeb 19, 2018
Monday's Olympic Digest: U.S. Women's Hockey Team Earns Finals Spot; Men Must Win or Go Home
The U.S. women's hockey team is on to the gold medal game, but the men's team finds itself in a do-or-die situation on Monday night.

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On Pro Basketball: Team Lebron vs. Team Steph Wasn't Bad. But How About U.S. vs. the World? (New York Times Sports)

ESPN SportsFeb 19, 2018
Destination LeBron: Where could King James land this summer?
LeBron James is set to be a free agent, and his decision on where to play next season could shake up the NBA once again. So where will the King find his throne? We look at the most likely options.

Reuters International SportsFeb 19, 2018
Ice hockey: Unified Korean team could be Beijing-bound
GANGNEUNG, South Korea (Reuters) - The prospect of seeing a unified Korean women's ice hockey team return to action at the 2022 Winter Olympics would be welcomed by International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF), who believe it would keep alive the message of peace and hope.

Washington Post SportsFeb 19, 2018
Olympics Day 11: U.S. women's hockey advances to final, while men face elimination
Here's the latest from the PyeongChang Games, plus a look at what's next.

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U.S.-Canada women's hockey showdown on tap (ESPN Sports)

Sports Illustrated Front PageFeb 19, 2018
Evaluating NBC's Olympics Coverage at the Halfway Mark in PyeongChang
NBC Sports Chairman Mark Lazarus addresses questions from viewers about NBC's coverage of the PyeongChang 2018 Olympics.

New York Times SportsFeb 19, 2018
German Olympians Drink a Lot of (Nonalcoholic) Beer, and Win a Lot of Gold Medals
The Bavarian brewery Krombacher has supplied about 1,000 gallons of nonalcoholic beer to the athletes' village. It's commonly consumed as a sports drink in Germany.

Sports Illustrated Front PageFeb 19, 2018
PyeongChang Olympics Medal Count: Unstoppable Norway Tops in Overall Medals, Golds
It's been a brilliant Games for Norway, which added two more medals to its tally Monday to widen its overall lead and grab first in golds.

Reuters International SportsFeb 19, 2018
Bobsleigh: Canada, Germany in golden dead-heat
PYEONGCHANG, South Korea (Reuters) - Canada's Justin Kripps and Germany's Francesco Friedrich won gold medals after a dramatic dead-heat in the men's Olympic two-man bobsleigh on Monday.

Washington Post SportsFeb 19, 2018
Yes, a Notre Dame lineman leads this year's Top 50 NFL draft prospects
Forget Sam Darnold. Pump the brakes on Saquon Barkley. The best prospect in the 2018 draft class is an offensive guard.

New York Times SportsFeb 19, 2018
Winter Olympics 2018 Results: Medals Table, Results and Schedule
The Winter Games are in progress in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Stay here for live updates, results and analysis.

Sports Illustrated Front PageFeb 19, 2018
Report: Jets Willing 'To Pay Whatever It Takes' For Kirk Cousins
The Jets may be aggressive for Kirk Cousins, if he does not get franchise tagged by the Redskins.

Major League Baseball NewsFeb 19, 2018
Sources: Tillman agrees to deal with Orioles
Free agent Chris Tillman is returning to the Orioles. The right-hander, who had been working out in Sarasota of late, has agreed to a Major League according to multiple MLB.com sources.

ESPN NFLFeb 19, 2018
Jets poised to reboot at QB, with Kirk Cousins their focal point
The Jets' offseason game plan for improving at quarterback is simple: Sign Kirk Cousins -- or else.

Washington Post SportsFeb 19, 2018
A difference of 0:00:00: Canada, Germany share two-man bobsled gold
It hasn't happened in an Olympics since 1998, but it's not as uncommon as one might think.

Washington Post SportsFeb 19, 2018
After wardrobe malfunction, Canadian and French rivals face off in ice dancing greatness
Gabriella Papadakis and Guillaume Cizeron will need to take full advantage of their languid, balletic style.

ESPN SportsFeb 19, 2018
Kiermaier 'very upset' with Rays' recent moves
Rays outfielder Kevin Kiermaier says he is "100 percent frustrated and very upset" by the team's decisions to part ways with Corey Dickerson and Jake Odorizzi.

New York Times SportsFeb 19, 2018
Two More Invitations to the U.S.-Canada Party
On the day the United States and Canada cruised into yet another Olympics final, international ice hockey officials announced they would expand the women's field in 2022.

Sports Illustrated NFLFeb 19, 2018
Rae Carruth Apologizes to Family of Woman He Conspired to Murder
Former NFL receiver Rae Carruth apologizes to the family of woman he was convicted of conspiring to murder

Washington Post SportsFeb 19, 2018
‘Women' or ‘ladies'? At the Winter Olympics, that depends on the sport.
Figure skating is among the sports using older terminology, and some believe it's time for an update.

Reuters International SportsFeb 19, 2018
Coleman can go faster, former world record holder Greene says
(Reuters) - Newly crowned 60 meters world record holder Christian Coleman can run even faster in both the indoor race and the outdoor 100 meters, former holder Maurice Greene believes.

Sports Illustrated Front PageFeb 19, 2018
French Ice Dancer Has Wardrobe Malfunction
French ice dancer Gabriella Papadakis had wardrobe malfunction during competition.

ESPN SportsFeb 19, 2018
MLB imposes rule limiting mound visits to 6
Major League Baseball is imposing stricter limits on mound visits in an effort to speed games but decided against 20-second pitch clocks for 2018.

Sports Illustrated Front PageFeb 19, 2018
Lucas Moura Insists Tottenham Have What it Takes to Win the Champions League


Sports Illustrated Front PageFeb 19, 2018
MLB Imposes Limits On Mound Visits
MLB passes rule limiting mound visits to six per nine-inning game.

ESPN SportsFeb 19, 2018
Confidential: NBA pros dish on the 2018 summer of LeBron, DeMarcus and OKC
We surveyed 48 NBA pros to get their free-agency takes on LeBron, DeMarcus and more.

Reuters International SportsFeb 19, 2018
Speed skating: Dutch set Olympic record in team pursuit qualifier
GANGNEUNG, South Korea (Reuters) - Defending champions the Netherlands set an Olympic record of 2 minutes and 55.61 seconds in the women's team pursuit quarter-finals on Monday to lead the standings ahead of Japan, Canada and the United States.

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Former Spurs Flop Paulinho Sets Incredible La Liga Record During Barcelona Resurrection (Sports Illustrated Front Page)

Sports Illustrated Front PageFeb 19, 2018
USC Women's Hoops Player Says Oregon State Fans Used Racial Slurs
USC women's basketball player accuses Oregon State fans of using racial slurs

ESPN SportsFeb 19, 2018
Silver happy with the ASG, says TV draft likely
NBA commissioner Adam Silver says he believes that next year's All-Star player draft will be televised.

Washington Post SportsFeb 19, 2018
Capitals trade third-round pick for Blackhawks defenseman Michal Kempny
The left-shot defenseman addresses one of Washington's needs ahead of the upcoming trade deadline.

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Caps acquire Kempny from Blackhawks for pick (ESPN NHL)

ESPN SportsFeb 19, 2018
Rizzo: Parkland visit was support, not politics
Cubs star Anthony Rizzo, a 2007 graduate of Stoneman Douglas High School, said he was in Parkland to support victims and their families, not to make a political statement.

Washington Post SportsFeb 19, 2018
Where does Fergie's national anthem rank? Right near the worst of the worst.
No one, probably not even Carl Lewis, could keep a straight face as she yodeled her way through the song at the NBA All-Star Game.

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Traina Thoughts: Roseanne Gets The Last Word On Fergie's Awful Anthem (Sports Illustrated Front Page)

Washington Post SportsFeb 19, 2018
'We all knew': Devin McCourty speaks, but Malcolm Butler's benching remains mysterious
The Patriots safety isn't offering up any more than that, doing nothing to put to rest the biggest puzzle since the theft of Tom Brady's jersey.

Sports Illustrated Front PageFeb 19, 2018
Report: Man United to Make Real Madrid's Toni Kroos Its Top Summer Target
Toni Kroos would add more steel to a midfield that is losing Michael Carrick and already features Paul Pogba and Nemanja Matic.

Golf Digest NewsFeb 19, 2018
Hot Take Conspiracy Theory of the Week: Fergie is a Russian Agent
How else to describe her bizarre interpretation of the National Anthem?

Sports Illustrated Front PageFeb 19, 2018
Bordeaux Boss Poyet Hints at Summer Exit for Arsenal, Tottenham Target Malcom
Arsenal and Tottenham are said to be battling it out for the young star's signature this summer.

Sports Illustrated Front PageFeb 19, 2018
Devin McCourty on Malcolm Butler's Super Bowl Benching: 'We All Knew He Wasn't Starting All Week'
Patriots safety Devin McCourty says the rumors around Malcolm Butler's benching are "the furthest thing from the truth."

ESPN SportsFeb 19, 2018
Barnwell: Could Gruden clean house? Offseason moves to improve AFC West teams
The Raiders could move on from Marshawn Lynch, Michael Crabtree and more expensive veterans. But should they? Let's pick out five offseason moves to improve each AFC West team.

New York Times SportsFeb 19, 2018
On Olympics: At Ice Dancing, Faulty Clasp Overshadows a Clash of Styles
Skating through a wardrobe malfunction, the French ice dancers Gabriella Papadakis and Guillaume Cizeron offered an ethereal challenge to the Canadian leaders.

Washington Post SportsFeb 19, 2018
J.J. Redick 'so sorry' for appearing to have uttered slur in video for Chinese NBA fans
"Clearly I was tongue tied, as the word I purportedly said is not in my vocabulary," Redick said before issuing a lengthy apology.

ESPN SportsFeb 19, 2018
Fergie's national anthem confuses, amuses
Fergie's slow, bluesy rendition of "The Star-Spangled Banner" on Sunday before the 67th edition of the NBA's annual showcase wasn't particularly well received at Staples Center or on social media.

Sports Illustrated Front PageFeb 19, 2018
As NFL Free Agency Turns 25, the Offseason Could Get Wild
For once, QB-hungry teams have plenty of options. A look ahead at the start of a wild offseason

Sports Illustrated Front PageFeb 19, 2018
USA vs. Canada History: All-Time Head-to-Head Results In Olympic Gold Medal Games
How does the U.S. women's hockey team stack up against Canada in Olympic gold medal games?

Golf Digest NewsFeb 18, 2018
Riviera brings out Bubba Watson's creative side—just when he feared it might have disappeared
Bubba Watson considered retirement after an illness kept him from playing golf the way he loves. But Riviera Country Club help him find his creative side again

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Winning the Genesis Open was maybe the least interesting thing Bubba Watson did all week, and we'll prove it (Golf Digest News)
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Major League Baseball NewsFeb 18, 2018
Padres' deal with Hosmer risky but defensible
Eric Hosmer has reportedly signed an eight-year deal with San Diego, and it comes with a fair share of risk and uncertainty. But for all the questions about Hosmer, the Padres did what any team should do. They went out, and added a player who makes them better.

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Eric Hosmer Deal Indicative of Insensible MLB Free Agent Market (Sports Illustrated Front Page)

Sports Illustrated NBAFeb 18, 2018
The 2018 Dunk Contest Participants' Overreliance on the Past Makes for an Uninspiring Night
The dunkers' tributes were on point but made the 2018 Dunk Contest feel more like a retread than an exciting new installment.

New York Times SportsFeb 18, 2018
Devante Smith-Pelly of Capitals Calls Racial Taunts in Chicago ‘Disgusting'
Smith-Pelly, who is black, was in the penalty box during a game against the Blackhawks on Saturday when some fans at United Center started chanting "basketball" at him.

NBA.com NewsFeb 18, 2018
Anthony Davis wears No. 0 to start All-Star Game in tribute to injured New Orleans Pelicans teammate DeMarcus Cousins
Anthony Davis is wearing DeMarcus Cousins' jersey in honor of his injured teammate in the All-Star Game.

New York Times SportsFeb 18, 2018
Eric Hosmer Joins the Padres, Jolting a Quiet Free-Agent Market
With many players still unsigned, and spring training underway, the Hosmer contract has the potential to lead to more deals soon.

ESPN NBAFeb 18, 2018
Redick apologizes for slur, was 'tongue-tied'
After being criticized for using a racial slur in a video for Chinese New Year, Sixers guard JJ Redick offered an explanation in a tweet Sunday evening, writing that his words "came out the wrong way" after he changed his greeting midsentence.

Sports Illustrated Front PageFeb 18, 2018
How to Watch the NBA All-Star Game: Live Stream, TV Channel, Time
How to watch the 67th NBA All-Star Game on Sunday.

Sports Illustrated Front PageFeb 18, 2018
West Ham Expected to Make Fulham Defender Ryan Fredericks First Summer Signing

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