Thursday, July 18, 2019
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As European golf writer James Corrigan noted on Thursday morning, a paunchy and curly-haired 16-year-old Rory McIlroy missed a five-foot birdie putt on the first hole at Royal Portrush before blazing to...
Dan Connolly Who remembers
This week, we’re celebrating some of our favorite random plays and obscure moments in NFL history — those that WE will never forget, even if others have. Welcome to “Who Remembers?” Week...
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The Major League Baseball trade deadline is approaching, and this year figures to be even more hectic than usual. There is only one trade deadline now, on July 31, thanks to rule...
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With Russell Westbrook now traded, the most important chapter in the Oklahoma City Thunder’s history is officially closed. Westbrook was the last piece standing from the young, upstart team that took the...
Dalton the Red Rider Who remembers
This week, we’re celebrating some of our favorite random plays and obscure moments in NFL history — those that WE will never forget, even if others have. Welcome to “Who Remembers?” Week...
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Congratulations to the Memphis Summer Grizzlies for winning Las Vegas Summer League! It doesn’t matter. Here’s some evidence, if you need it. But Brandon Clarke’s emergence in Summer League as the event’s best...
larry allen who remembers
This week, we’re celebrating some of our favorite random plays and obscure moments in NFL history — those that WE will never forget, even if others have. Welcome to “Who Remembers?” Week...
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Welcome to The W Is It, a weekly column about all the stuff that freakin’ rules in the WNBA. Have any tips of topics to cover? Find me @mellentuck on Twitter. Las Vegas...
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I couldn’t even tell you the first time I watched Barry Sanders run the football. In fact, my first memory of Sanders is thinking he was a bit short for the NFL....
This week, we’re celebrating some of our favorite random plays and obscure moments in NFL history — those that WE will never forget, even if others have. Welcome to “Who Remembers?” Week...