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Meet all the key people that got Ajax to the Europa League final

From coaches to executives, academy products, bargain signings, and Johan Cruyff. Ajax is one of the world’s great footballing institutions, but as the sport became a huge global business, the Dutch giants were left behind. By the late...Show More Summary

Why Siri's turning a Michael Jordan question into a vicious Ohio State burn

Siri is trolling you, Buckeye fans, whether on purpose or not. 1. Ohio State lost to Clemson in the Fiesta Bowl Semifinal of the College Football Playoff last year. It was a rout and a shutout, 31-0 in Clemson’s favor. 2. Ohio State had a starting offensive lineman named Michael Jordan. Show More Summary

Premier League player learns he’s not returning to Hull City from team’s own Twitter account

Hull City defender Alex Bruce heard he was leaving his team the hard way. On Twitter. Directly from them. Broadcast to the world. On Wednesday the official Hull City account tweeted the news. | Alex Bruce heads a list of players whoShow More Summary

NBA playoff scores 2017: Cavaliers got the wake-up call they needed

Cleveland leads Boston 3-1 in the Eastern Conference Finals. The Cleveland Cavaliers were cruising through the Eastern Conference before Game 3. They were even cruising to victory in the first half of Game 3, up 21 on a Boston Celtics team missing Isaiah Thomas. Show More Summary

Texans’ only chance at greatness is Deshaun Watson becoming a franchise QB

The Brock Osweiler experiment was a disaster, and once again a promising Texans team was torpedoed by poor QB play. Will Deshaun Watson reverse the trend? The Houston Texans have been essentially the same team for a few years now: an elite defense, a strong running game, intriguing weapons on offense, and unspeakably bad quarterback play. Show More Summary

The Celtics really blew that one

Good morning. We have that and more in Wednesday’s NBA newsletter. Rarely do you get a chance to face the Cavaliers without LeBron James for any meaningful time in the NBA playoffs. The dude plays an insane number of minutes (barring garbage time), never gets injured, and hasn't been called for a foul since 2009... ... Show More Summary

Dodgers defeat Cardinals in wild 13-inning game

The collision brought a hush to Dodger Stadium, a ballpark still reeling from a ninth-inning hiccup that spoiled Clayton Kershaw’s bid for his first shutout of 2017. An inning later, three innings before Logan Forsythe hit a walkoff RBI double to usher in a 2-1 victory over St. Louis, the left...

New Mexico athletic administration used public money for a $64K golf trip

Must be nice. Earlier this month, KRQE in Albuquerque, NM, reported that the New Mexico athletic department footed the bill for a 2015 golf vacation for a couple of members of the Lobos administration — totaling just over $39,000. On...Show More Summary

Charles Barkley told Shaq he rode ‘on Kobe’s coattails’ in insult exchange on TNT

Were they just having fun? The Chuck vs. @SHAQ saga continues on #InsidetheNBA... — NBA on TNT (@NBAonTNT) May 24, 2017 Shaq and Charles Barkley are always talking trash to each other on TNT. Most of the times, it’s playful and harmless. Show More Summary

Tyronn Lue jokes with reporter whom LeBron James called out after Game 3

Everything’s a bit more fun after a win. Some NBA reporters show up for every game of the regular season and playoffs. Others pick and choose which games they want to show face for. Either way, you’re not fooling LeBron James, who called...Show More Summary

Kyrie Irving’s fake behind-the-back pass was the icing on the cake for Game 4

Irving set a career playoff-high with a dirty fake behind-the-back that shifted Jae Crowder out of his sneakers. After he scored 21 points on 90 percent shooting in the third quarter alone, and after he scored 40 points to put the dagger...Show More Summary

Senators force Game 7 with 2-1 win over Penguins

Ottawa held serve at home to force a Game 7 against the defending champions. The Ottawa Senators may not have sold out Game 6 against the Pittsburgh Penguins on Tuesday night, but it didn’t stop them from getting their business done....Show More Summary

Kyrie Irving played hero when LeBron James needed him most

Irving scored a career playoff-high 42 points to silence the Celtics in Game 4. If anything became clear after the heavily favored Cavaliers dropped Game 3 against the Boston Celtics on Sunday, it was LeBron James needs help if Cleveland...Show More Summary

LeBron James left Jaylen Brown frozen on his way to thunderous dunk in Game 4

Rookie, meet veteran. If LeBron James felt he hadn’t gotten back at Jaylen Brown for saying that he was “just a regular guy,” that might have changed in Game 4. LeBron had Brown on the wing, and hit him with a fake that left him frozen. Show More Summary

NASCAR’s 2018 Cup Series schedule has plenty of positives

The addition of a road course and a second short track to the playoffs are among the highlights of next year’s Cup Series schedule. Changes were needed — that much had been apparent for some time. The Monster Energy Cup Series schedule...Show More Summary

Joe Ross is back with a vengeance in Nationals’ win over the Mariners

Ross returns from Class AAA with his best start of the season, and Washington uses an eight-run fourth inning to cruise past Seattle.

LeBron James ruined the best Kevin Love pass ever

Close but no cigar. LeBron James and Kevin Love have teamed up on full-court passes to tomahawk dunk sequences more times than most can count. So this signature, fading overhead pass to a streaking James should have been the most iconic...Show More Summary

'Unique Brissett II' used social media accounts to catfish the college football recruiting world

The mystery takes us across social media platforms and fake highlight tapes. Just when you think recruiting can’t get any weirder, it does. A prospect by the name of Unique Brissett II apparently took many people for a ride, including...Show More Summary

Logan Forsythe returns to Dodgers from the disabled list

Logan Forsythe returned to the Dodgers lineup Tuesday for the first time since April 18, when a wayward fastball from Colorado pitcher Kyle Freeland broke Forsythe’s right big toe. The infielder’s rehabilitation was slowed by hamstring tightness, which Forsythe indicated began the day before his...

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