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Blake Griffin looking to improve his 3-point shooting

September 30, 2016 Blake Griffin is known for his incredible athleticism and dunking ability, but it’s his range from roughly 24 feet that the Los Angeles Clippers star is aiming to improve this offseason. Griffin, a career 27-percent shooter from ...

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Report: JJ Watt out for season after back surgery

J.J. Watt reportedly is out for the season after undergoing back surgery on Thursday. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported that Watt underwent his surgery and is expected to be out for the rest of the season. NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport says ...

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O's, Canada! Birds tied atop AL Wild Card

The Blue Jays and Orioles finished the day with a 1 1/2-game lead over the Tigers — whose game vs. the Indians on Thursday afternoon was postponed until Monday, if needed, because of rain — and two games over the ...

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NASCAR America: Xfinity’s Elliott Sadler surprised by relief from Kentucky win

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Elliott Sadler won the first Xfinity Chase race at Kentucky Speedway for his third win of the year. Yardbarker: NASCAR

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3 things Europe can to do to force Game 3

After Game 1 of the World Cup final yielded a tighter result than expected, Europe, despite losing, can view its effort as a foundation to potentially slow down the mighty Canadians. The Europeans undoubtedly face an uphill climb, and it ...

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Lloyd: Rapinoe kneeling is a distraction, but I support her

United States women’s national team star Carli Lloyd says she supports Megan Rapinoe’s decision to kneel during the American national anthem, but claims the midfielder’s actions have been a distraction for the team. Rapinoe, in solidarity with NFL quarterback Colin ...

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Miami experience gives Fizdale instant respect

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — Grizzlies forward Zach Randolph has known his new coach since he was 19 and brand new in the NBA. Veteran guard and defensive whiz Tony Allen is excited at the prospect of being included in some ...

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Dez Bryant diagnosed with hairline fracture in knee

The Dallas Cowboys once again find themselves in a prickly position when it comes to their superstar wide receiver Dez Bryant and a lower body injury. According to coach Jason Garrett, an MRI revealed Bryant has a slight hairline fracture ...

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Sox win East, but Yanks' slam is talk of the crown

“So crazy,” said Red Sox designated hitter David Ortiz. “I wanted to celebrate on that field so bad, but it is what it is. We end up being the first-place team in the American League [East] and we’re going to ...

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Christie: Martin Truex Jr. Proving Why You Should Never Give Up on Dreams

By Toby Christie, NASCAR Editor Are you currently at a cross roads in life? Are you fighting an uphill battle to achieve your dreams? Are you a true fighter? If you answered yes to all three of these questions, there ...

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