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5 reasons to watch WWE Elimination Chamber 2018

Another historic first? Wait, two historic firsts, in one pay-per-view? WWE sure loves the word “historic.” This Sunday at 8 p.m. ET, WWE will bring us the Elimination Chamber match, twice, at its eponymous pay-per-view. Titular pay-per-view?...Show More Summary

NBA scores 2018: The Warriors dominated the Thunder, and 5 other things from Saturday night

Golden State’s 32-point win over Oklahoma City wasn’t the only thing that happened last night. Thirty-two points. That’s how much the Golden State Warriors drubbed the Oklahoma City Thunder by on Saturday night. The game was close up until the second-half. Show More Summary

Rory McIlroy almost topples backwards into a water hazard during rough day at Honda Classic

Rory teeters on the brink as he moves down the leaderboard with a 3-over 73 on moving day at PGA National. While you were placing your bets on Tiger Woods to win the Masters as he moved up and down and back up the leaderboard on Saturday...Show More Summary

Tiger gets paired with a kid who was born the year he turned pro

Tiger has a late tee time on Sunday of a final round of an actual, real PGA Tour event. This could get fun. We haven’t had this feeling on a Sunday on the PGA Tour in awhile. Tiger Woods has a late tee time in the final round of an official PGA Tour event and, depending on how liberal you want to get, he’s in contention. Show More Summary

FAQ: What are the feds actually alleging about college hoops?

Let’s talk about the actual crimes the government’s alleging. The U.S. Department of Justice revealed in September that it was pursuing criminal cases against nearly a dozen college basketball power brokers, including coaches at major programs and executives at multinational shoe companies. Show More Summary

How to watch the Winter Olympics closing ceremony

The 2018 Winter Olympics ends on Sunday in Pyeongchang, with the final event from South Korea the closing ceremonies on Sunday night (Sunday morning in the U.S.). The ceremonies will be streamed live by NBC Olympics at 6 a.m. ET, but...Show More Summary

Olympic Athletes from Russia wins men’s hockey gold medal

A thriller in Pyeongchang ends with the Russians atop the podium. The Olympic Athletes from Russia lived up to their billing as favorites in Pyeongchang with an exciting 4-3 overtime win over Germany in the gold medal game Saturday night. Show More Summary

Did Zaza Pachulia intentionally fall on Russell Westbrook’s knee?

Pachulia has a history of dirty plays, and many believe he targeted Westbrook’s knee against the Thunder. Russell Westbrook and Zaza Pachulia have different opinions on whether Pachulia intentionally fell directly on Westbrook’s knee...Show More Summary

Jessie Diggins will be busy on Sunday at the Olympics

Busy day for American skier Jessie Diggins After a fun fortnight in Pyeongchang it’s time to close up shop at the 2018 Winter Olympics. On Sunday (Monday in South Korea) we are left with one more medal event then the closing ceremonies,...Show More Summary

Phillies pitcher Pat Neshek got lit up by his small child then roasted on Twitter

Not a great day, Pat. Pat Neshek is a professional baseball player. His child is just a child. However, that fact did not stop his son from BLASTING one of Pat’s pitches in the backyard. Sound up, getting lit up by my 3 year old More Summary

Warriors dusted the Thunder with a 3rd-quarter blitz

Golden State went on a 14-0 run to end the third quarter, then continued the beatdown in the fourth. It was a tit-for-tat game in the first half. The Thunder hung with the defending champion Warriors despite an awful shooting percentage in the first two quarters. Show More Summary

Virginia’s defense held Pitt to 7 first half points. Tony Bennett didn’t think it was good enough

Only a shutout will appease the defensive-minded Cavaliers coach. The most lopsided major conference battle of Saturday matched Virginia (26-2, 15-1) against Pittsburgh (8-22, 0-17). Not only was this a “clash” of the ACC’s best and worst teams, but it was also a “showdown” between the country’s top defense and a Pitt offense that has... Show More Summary

George Mason can’t stop winning games with buzzer-beaters

The Patriots are the most exciting 14-15 team in the history of college basketball. On the surface, George Mason seems like a relatively average Division-I team. Saturday, the Patriots improved to 14-15 overall on the season and 8-8 in the Atlantic 10 with a thrilling 78-76 win over Massachusetts. Show More Summary

Why did the Jaguars choose to extend Blake Bortles through 2020?

The Jaguars added years to Blake Bortles’ contract, but he still has a lot to prove if he hopes to stay in Jacksonville. Blake Bortles hasn’t been the best NFL quarterback in his four years in the NFL. Far from it. But he did enoughShow More Summary

Jimmy Butler will undergo surgery on torn meniscus, reportedly out 4-6 weeks

It’s not quite as bad as it looked, but it’s still not good. Jimmy Butler has suffered a torn meniscus in his right knee and will undergo surgery that will sideline him for four-to-six weeks, according to The Vertical’s Shams Charania. Butler is telling friends he will return by the playoffs, according to K.C. Show More Summary

How to watch Russia vs. Germany gold medal game

The Germans look to pull off one last massive upset in Pyeongchang. Germany and Olympic Athletes from Russia will face off in the men’s hockey gold medal game at the 2018 Winter Olympics at 11:10 p.m. ET Saturday night. The matchup will...Show More Summary

Kansas locks up record 14th straight Big 12 title

The Jayhawks locked up their record-setting 14th straight Big 12 title with an impressive road win over No. 6 Texas Tech. Despite being forced to navigate through a number of unforeseen obstacles — not the least of which being an even...Show More Summary

Jimmy Butler out indefinitely with torn meniscus in right knee, per report

It’s as bad as it looked. Jimmy Butler has suffered a torn meniscus in his right knee and is out an indefinite period of time, according to TNT’s David Aldridge. The severity of his tear in immediately unclear, but Butler is reportedly...Show More Summary

Austin Dillon, Richard Childress Racing out to prove Daytona 500 win was no fluke

Austin Dillon may have won the season-opening Daytona 500, but Richard Childress Racing still must prove that it can be contender on a consistent basis. “Leaner but meaner” became Richard Childress Racing’s mantra this offseason amid a downsizing from fielding three fulltime Cup Series teams to two. Show More Summary

Jimmy Butler out indefinitely with non-contact meniscus injury, per report

We hope this isn’t as bad as it looked. Jimmy Butler suffered a meniscus injury in his right knee and is out an indefinite period of time, according to TNT’s David Aldridge. Butler left Friday’s game against the Houston Rockets with an apparent non-contact right knee injury, and will not return to the game. Show More Summary

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