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Willis isn't Cam, but should've had better Auburn A-Day

Willis isn't Cam, but should've had better Auburn A-Day

Buy Photo Auburn quarterback Malik Willis (14) throws a pass during the Auburn A-Day game on Saturday, April 7, 2018, in Auburn, Ala.(Photo: Albert Cesare / Advertiser)Buy Photo AUBURN — Perspective. Those who have it won’t take what Gus Malzahn said after Saturday’s A-Day game and suggest he’s projecting Malik Willis will be the next quarterback formerly known […]

Jimmy Butler shines in return as Timberwolves win, stay in playoff hunt

Jimmy Butler shines in return as Timberwolves win, stay in playoff hunt

LOS ANGELES — Clinging to the eighth spot in the Western Conference with Jimmy Butler back in the fold, Tom Thibodeau likes where the Minnesota Timberwolves are with two home games remaining in the season. After missing the last 17 games following surgery to repair the meniscus in his right knee, Butler scored 18 points […]

FP1: Ricciardo puts Mercedes, Ferrari in the shade

None of the top three teams opted to run the quickest, supersoft tyres, but on the soft rubber, it was Ricciardo from Valtteri Bottas from Kimi Raikkonen at the end of 90 minutes, the two Finns 0.3s and 0.4s respectively off the leading pace. Sebastian Vettel was also firmly in the mix in fourth, as […]

Phillies fans boo Gabe Kapler before home opener

Phillies fans boo Gabe Kapler before home opener

Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about Phillies fans boo Gabe Kapler before home opener Just a week into the new season, Gabe Kapler has faced a great deal of scrutiny from the media – and Phillies fans showed their displeasure. Post to Facebook Sent! A link […]

Warriors' Quinn Cook: Nearing contract extension with Warriors

Warriors' Quinn Cook: Nearing contract extension with Warriors

Cook is nearing a two-year contract extension with the Warriors, Chris Haynes and Marc J. Spears of ESPN report. Cook has played the entire season thus far on a two-way contract, but that specific contract makes him ineligible for postseason play. As a result, the Warriors are expected to upgrade him to a regular contract […]

Angels tag Tomlin for eight runs in 13-2 rout of Indians

Angels tag Tomlin for eight runs in 13-2 rout of Indians

ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — Shohei Ohtani hit his first major league home run in his first Angel Stadium at-bat to help the Los Angeles Angels beat the Cleveland Indians 13-2 on Tuesday night. Ohtani capped a six-run first inning by lifting a ball out to center on a 2-2 count against Josh Tomlin. The Japanese […]

2018 NFL Mock Draft: Latest Predictions for 1st-Round Prospects

2018 NFL Mock Draft: Latest Predictions for 1st-Round Prospects

Margaret Bowles/Associated Press The 2018 NFL draft hasn’t hit a fever pitch yet.  But it’s close—the New York Jets didn’t wait around when executing the trade with the Indianapolis Colts to move up to No. 3, a trade that typically would have gone down during the draft itself. Fear of being jumped or something else encouraged the […]

Michigan State's Jaren Jackson Jr. to enter NBA draft

Michigan State's Jaren Jackson Jr. to enter NBA draft

Michigan State freshman Jaren Jackson Jr. announced Monday that he will enter the NBA draft. Jackson — a 6-foot-11, shot-blocking forward — is projected by many to be a top-five pick in June. Jackson, who has signed an agent, was named the top freshman and the top overall defender in the Big Ten during his […]

QB Geno Smith agrees to one-year deal with Chargers, source says

QB Geno Smith agrees to one-year deal with Chargers, source says

Former New York Jets and New York Giants quarterback Geno Smith has reached an agreement on a one-year deal with the Los Angeles Chargers, a source tells ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Smith signed a one-year deal with the Giants before last season that netted him less than $2 million to serve as the backup to Eli […]

Syndergaard-deGrom combo gives Mets a winning hand

Syndergaard-deGrom combo gives Mets a winning hand

The two-headed pitching beast of Ace 1 and Ace 2 in Noah Syndergaard and Jacob deGrom gave the Mets and Mickey Callaway exactly what they needed right out of the starting gate. Two wins to start the season and to keep pace with the Nationals’ two stud starters, Max Scherzer and Stephen Strasburg. That is […]