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There’s no quick bounce back from World Cup elimination.
After so many playoff disappointments, bringing home a Stanley Cup would be a big surprise.
Washington has strong pitching and healthy starters, but Chicago is red hot.
Players stick together in the face of President Trump’s criticism.
The story for his first book came from his son’s experience with a travel basketball team.
Tom Brady had a rough start, and Colin Kaepernick is waiting to start.
The quarterback is solid, but the defense is iffy, especially with the team’s tough schedule.
Follow in the footsteps of Serena Williams and Michael Phelps by keeping a diary.
Injuries haven’t hurt as much because solid players are ready to do their part.