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Restricting transfers clearly demonstrates players’ status as indentured servants.
The Cavaliers are surging in just about every category, not just their signature defense. Virginia Tech Coach Buzz Williams put it simply: “They’re doing more than they’ve done in the past.”
The retired Werth has no idea where his former Nationals teammate will sign, but he said he'll "be in the woods or something" when it happens.
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His departure from Washington was awkward, to be sure. But Trotz’s return with the Islanders was full of warmth and love from an appreciative crowd.

The user has a point, though.

The move is to replace Ben Kotwica, who took the same position with the Atlanta Falcons.

Serena Williams has dropped a total of nine games through three matches at the Australian Open so far and now will take on No. 1 Simona Halep.

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Washington’s former coach receives a video tribute in the first period before New York scores twice in the third, handing Caps their fourth straight loss.

No. 19 Terrapins stifle the reeling Buckeyes, 75-61, to improve to 7-1 in the Big Ten.

The No. 11 Bears improved to 14-2 in a key IAC game.

The senior guard scored 15 points in the fourth quarter to help the Yellowjackets avenge an ugly loss from last season.

Central defender left the NCAA champions one year early to sign a homegrown contract.

The NBA trade deadline is shaping up to be quieter than usual, as many contenders have already played their cards and numerous stars could be eyeing high-profile moves this summer.

On the "majestic" course at Seminole Golf Club in Juno Beach, Fla., Fitzgerald tallies another highlight-reel moment.

ESPN's Ariel Helwani called UFC "tone-deaf" for keeping Hardy on the same card as alleged domestic assault victim Rachael Ostovich.

Anisimova upset two seeded players and is the youngest American woman in the tournament's fourth round since Jennifer Capriati in 1993.

The Patriots' glaring vulnerability during the dominant run of Coach Bill Belichick and quarterback Tom Brady is their 3-4 record in road postseason games entering Sunday’s AFC title game at Kansas City.

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“At this stage of my career, doing something that feels different is healthy,” said the coach of the defending national champion, which has its least experienced roster in recent years.

Bradley Beal knows how to finish strong, even after three poor quarters. He ranks within the top 10 of all NBA players in fourth-quarter scoring.

"The national champions deserved better," Jackson told the Greenville News.

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