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Tuesday, June 26, 2018
What NBA award show told us about LeBron's future
What the NBA Awards show taught us about LeBron James' free agent future
LeBron James wasn't in Santa Monica for Monday night's NBA Awards show, but his looming free agent decision is all anyone wanted to talk about.
Tiger Woods wants to level the playing field in education one child at a time
Bill Russell gives Charles Barkley the middle finger during NBA Awards
Patriots' Tom Brady remains No. 1 in NFL Network's Top 100 rankings; Aaron Rodgers drops
New England Patriots QB Tom Brady was voted the No. 1 player in NFL Network's annual "Top 100" rankings for the second consecutive year, while Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers finished a surprising 10th.
Glen Davis continues to play in BIG3 despite assault and drug charges
Ice Cube, the BIG3's co-founder, defends former NBA forward Glen Davis and says he will play in the league unless he is found guilty on assault and drug charges.
Football kills. No other conclusion after autopsy finds CTE in college player
Washington State quarterback Tyler Hilinski, who committed suicide in January, had early stages of CTE at age 21.
Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher wasn't a fan of Kevin Sumlin's office: 'Like a damn nightclub'
Texas A&M football coach Jimbo Fisher continues to separate himself from predecessor Kevin Sumlin, saying in an interview that Sumlin's old office looked "like a damn nightclub."
Even at 55, Jerry Rice is convinced he could still play in the NFL
Hall of Fame wide receiver Jerry Rice tells ESPN that, even at age 55, he believes he could still play football, catch 80-plus passes and "really be productive on the field."
Parents of former Washington State QB Tyler Hilinski say he had CTE when he committed suicide
The parents of former Washington State quarterback Tyler Hilinski said an autopsy revealed that their son had chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) at the time of his suicide.
Why Lionel Messi hates playing for Argentina in World Cup
Lionel Messi doesn’t much like playing for Argentina in the World Cup because it causes him nothing except pain.
The Day In Sports Gallery
Portuguese player Adrien, right, and Iranian player Saeid Ezatolahi vie for the ball in Group B play during the FIFA World Cup 2018 at Mordovia Arena in Saransk, Russia.
'Pawn Stars' Richard Harrison, known as 'The Old Man,' has died at 77
Stunning NASA photo shows blue sand dune on Mars, the Red Planet
Heather Locklear arrested and charged with battery against first responders for second time
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