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Brewing chemistry is the dark art of professional sports, after all ...
It's not just Draymond, KD and the Warriors whose chemistry is under scrutiny. While Toronto and Milwaukee are looking like a seamless blend, teams like Minnesota, Houston and Washington seem to have the wrong ingredients. We take a look at who's acing and who needs private lessons with Professor Snape. Read More
It could have been worse. He could have declared a thumb war ...
The English Football Association has suspended a referee for 21 days after he left his coin in the dressing room and had to improvise using rock/paper/scissors (!) to decide the kickoff of a recent Women's Super League match. Hmmm ... did no one else around have any spare change? Read More
Chiefs and Rams fans are really bummed out right now ...
The NFL's decision to move the Monday Night Football game from Mexico City cost both teams and their fans. Especially these Hispanic fans in California, who spent months excited about the prospect of such a fun game in such a special place. Read More
Remember that movie about two crazed wrestling fans who go on a road trip to help their favorite wrestler return to glory?
Well, it's real now. It's been 18 years since actor David Arquette filmed "Ready to Rumble," and became an unlikely pro wrestling world champion (and easy target). Now, he's returned to the ring to prove he's anything but a joke. Read More
File under: Things keeping us up at night ...
Wait, so if Alabama, Clemson and Notre Dame win out, but Washington State loses to Washington, Northwestern wins the Big Ten, and the Big 12 champ finishes with two or more losses ... Does your brain hurt yet? Here, we did the work for you on the 10 teams left with a chance at the College Football Playoff. Read More
Things to watch
After the drama of Draymond vs. KD -- what happens now?
A one-game suspension vs. the Hawks? Meaningless. But Stephen A. Smith questions the long-term ramifications of the tension within the Warriors. Watch
More like SaQUADS Barkley.
We can't stop talking about this pregame workout. He clearly never skips leg day. Read More
Remember When?
On Nov. 14, 1998, NBA star Dennis Rodman and actress Carmen Electra, who had been dating for nine months, got married after a reported late-night bender in Las Vegas. The marriage was annulled less than two weeks later.
“I don't think I'm a bad teammate, but people get whatever they want to say out. I think I'm an incredible human being, teammate, and I will show that to the guys here.”
Jimmy Butler, on recent reports of a poor relationship with Timberwolves teammates Karl-Anthony Towns and Andrew Wiggins. Read More
Cop or drop?
Gucci gang, Gucci gang, Gucci gang ... Baseball gear got a high fashion makeover with this collaboration, marking the first time MLB has partnered with a luxury fashion brand. *Adds to holiday wish list despite $4,000 price tag.* Read More
What's on tonight?
Cy Young Award announcements (6 p.m. ET, MLB Network) --
Tonight's the night when a pitcher's wins officially become a meaningless stat! Jacob deGrom had only 10 of them in 2018, and will probably take home the NL hardware on Wednesday regardless.
Your probable combatants in the MAC title game will be featured in Wednesday's prime-time window, as Buffalo (9-1, 6-0) travels to Ohio U. (7:00 p.m. ET, ESPN2) and Northern Illinois (7-3, 6-0) hosts Miami (Ohio) (8:00 p.m. ET, ESPNU). Do keep your thumb on that "last channel" button, would you?
Blazers at Lakers (10:30 p.m. ET, ESPN) --
The Blazers (10-3) have won four in a row and lead the Northwest Division. The Lakers (7-6) also seem to be figuring things out. Which team is more for real? Don't worry about our shaky grammar, just watch this game.
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