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The Cavaliers player committed one of the most notorious blunders in recent memory, but he said it helped that his team "stood behind me 100 percent."
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Jameis Winston is back from his three-game suspension, but Ryan Fitzpatrick has played well in his place, so Tampa Bay has an important decision to make this week.
Kempny was hit high by Blues defenseman Robert Bortuzzo during the third period.
The "Monday Night Football" analyst was commenting on a rule change that has been controversial for the NFL, but his phrasing may have inadvertently renewed a debate about his employer.
Officer James Frascatore had alleged in the lawsuit that Blake had defamed him “as a racist and a goon.”
Woodson finds themselves in the top spot after overcoming a major injury. Severna creeps back into the top 10, following three convincing wins.
The club's second-leading scorer missed four consecutive recent matches with an ankle injury.
It's only been three games, Andy.
Westfield spiked Flint Hill's 44-game win streak, following a gritty five-set match.
Aviva Kempner plans to release her documentary about Berg, who served in the OSS following his playing career, in the spring.
Broadcasting veterans will call 11 Thursday night games.
Like most of New England, Chris Gronkowski eagerly awaits the return of Julian Edelman.