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Around The World Of Sports: NBA, NFL, MLB, College Football, MLS, Tour de France, Diamond League

Sports That Matters July 20th, 2019 Welcome back, have a great weekend! 1. On this day in sports. 1976 Hank Aaron hits 755th and last home run off Angels Dick Drago 1991 Mike Tyson is accused of raping a Miss Black America contestant 1994 O.J. Simpson offers $500,000 reward for evidence of ex-wife’s klller 2008 16th ESPY Awards: Tiger Woods, Candace Parker win […]

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NBA WEEKEND DOESN’T DISAPPOINT, SPRING TRAINING, NHL NEWS

NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION Photo: Getty Image As usual, the NBA trade deadline provided all kinds of entertainment for both casual and die-hard fans of the league. There was plenty of actual player movement in addition to the (still ongoing) Anthony Davis saga and teams like the Philadelphia 76ers, Toronto Raptors and Milwaukee Bucks strengthened their rosters with […]

NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE

TRUMP, JONES, BLANK ON NATIONAL ANTHEM, DEZ BRYANT, ROB GRONKOWSKI, MORE NFL NEWS & NOTES

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones remains adamant that players on his team will stand for the national anthem, but said that President Trump’s “interest in what we’re doing is problematic.” That, however, didn’t stop Trump from saluting Jones. Continue Reading, by Cindy Boren and J. Freedom du Lac Atlanta Falcons owner Arthur Blank called the NFL’s national-anthem dilemma […]

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MICHAEL BARI SHOW DAILY JULY 26, 2018

THE MICHAEL BARI SHOW CLICK THE BAR BELOW   The NBA’s oldest player — free-agent forward Vince Carter — has agreed to a one-year, $2.4 million deal with the Atlanta Hawks, league sources told ESPN. Carter, 41, will be starting his 21st season in an NBA career during which he has scored 24,868 points. Atlanta general manager Travis […]

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NEWS AROUND THE NATIONAL BASKETBALL LEAGUE

The Los Angeles Lakers were unquestionably the winners of free agency. How could they not be after signing LeBron James, the best player on the planet? But the margin of their victory in this subjective game has been lessened by some of their follow-up moves, which included signing JaVale McGee, Lance Stephenson and Rajon Rondo. Neither of those three are bad players, necessarily — […]