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Should Cavs Blow It Up Without LeBron James or Stay Competitive in Weak East?

Should Cavs Blow It Up Without LeBron James or Stay Competitive in Weak East?

Tony Dejak/Associated Press With LeBron James leaving yet again, the Cleveland Cavaliers are in a far better place than they were eight years ago. That 2010-11 team had no other All-Stars named that year, little young talent to build around and no picks from the June draft. Now, Cleveland still has 29-year-old Kevin Love, potential building […]

World Cup Scores, Highlights: Russia Upsets Spain, Croatia Beats Denmark In Penalty Shootouts

World Cup Scores, Highlights: Russia Upsets Spain, Croatia Beats Denmark In Penalty Shootouts

Photo via PA Images/Sipa USA via USA TODAY Sports Sunday’s 2018 FIFA World Cup action features two games: Spain vs. Russia and Croatia vs. Denmark in the Round of 16. Check below for game reports, highlights and other key facts. 4:45 p.m.: For the first time since 1986, two games on a single World Cup […]

NBA Free Agency 2018: June 30 roundup

NBA Free Agency 2018: June 30 roundup

NBA free agency doesn’t officially begin until 12:01 a.m. on July 1. However, the buzz of free agency has been going full force for a few days now. As we close in on Day 1 of NBA free agency, keep up on all the latest news and reports below … * * * Reports: Barton, […]

Mets' one-time vital cog is now just a forgotten man

Mets' one-time vital cog is now just a forgotten man

MIAMI — This is crystal clear. These Mets are no longer Yo’s team. The Mets came to Marlins Park on Friday and Yoenis Cespedes, who is rehabbing two hours north up Interstate 95 in Port St. Lucie, was not a visitor. “He is not going to join us here in Miami, we thought it would […]

Tiger Woods score: Round 2 scores, updates from Quicken Loans National

Tiger Woods score: Round 2 scores, updates from Quicken Loans National

Tiger Woods return to the Quicken Loans National was an even mix of up and down moments in Round 1 on Thursday. Woods finished the day at an even 70, sitting tied for 52nd place. TPC Potomac at Avenel Farm featured a tough front nine and back nine that saw a healthy dose of birdies […]

World Cup Scores, Highlights: Belgium Wins Vs. England, Tops Group G

World Cup Scores, Highlights: Belgium Wins Vs. England, Tops Group G

Photo via Mark J. Rebilas/USA TODAY Sports Images Thursday’s 2018 FIFA World Cup action features four games: Senegal vs. Colombia and Japan vs. Poland in the final Group H games and Panama vs. Tunisia and England vs. Belgium in the Group G finales. Check below for game reports, highlights and other key facts from World […]

Mets manage to lose another in the most brutal way possible

Mets manage to lose another in the most brutal way possible

It was as Sandy Alderson always imagined. And then, it was exactly as he left it. With Zack Wheeler set to pick up his first win since April 29 — extending his recent string of strong performances with seven shutout innings — the Mets bullpen blew up in classic fashion, coughing up four ninth-inning runs […]

Harvey has another strong start as Reds beat Braves, 5-3

Harvey has another strong start as Reds beat Braves, 5-3

ATLANTA (AP) Matt Harvey is starting to discover his old winning form in his new home with the Cincinnati Reds. Harvey pitched six-hit ball into the seventh inning, earning back-to-back wins for the first time this season and leading Cincinnati to a 5-3 victory over the Atlanta Braves on Tuesday night. ”A start like today […]

LIVE: Paolo Guerrero Scores as Peru Doubles Lead Against Australia

LIVE: Paolo Guerrero Scores as Peru Doubles Lead Against Australia

Australia still maintains hope of reaching the World Cup knockout stage, but it will take a win in its Group C finale and some help to get there. Australia faces Peru in Sochi, Russia, on Tuesday needing a win and a Denmark loss to France in their group finale in order to reach the round […]

Lance Stephenson's Contract Option Declined by Pacers

Lance Stephenson's Contract Option Declined by Pacers

Chuck Burton/Associated Press The Indiana Pacers announced they have declined their team option on Lance Stephenson‘s contract. The guard would have made $4.36 million in the upcoming season, but he will instead enter free agency. Shams Charania of Yahoo Sports first reported the move.  “’Since a young’n I always believed in myself,” Stephenson said in an Instagram […]