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Double Threat Ohtani Joins Powerful Angels Roster

Many claim Mike Trout to be the best player in baseball, but the Los Angeles Angels have a bigger sensation joining the roster. Japanese 23-year-old Shohei Ohtani started training with the Angels Tuesday to kick off spring training. He is a double threat as a strong righty pitcher and a …

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Ariza and Green suspended, Clippers players unpunished

The Houston Rockets’ forward Trevor Ariza and guard Gerald Green are suspended for two games each in the aftermath of Monday night’s altercation. Although the NBA has settled its investigation, this has brought further controversy in regards to the lack of punishment for any Clippers players. James Harden, Trevor Ariza and Chris Paul …

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FEATURE: Rhamat Alhassan Leaving Her Mark on Gator Volleyball

Seven years ago you could have told those close to Rhamat Alhassan that she would be one of the best college volleyball players and very little would have believed you. That’s because the Glenarden, Maryland native did not pick up volleyball until her sophomore year in high school. In fact, she …

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World Series Shifts Back to LA for Game 6

Following a wild Game 5 of the World Series, the Houston Astros now hold a 3-2 series lead over the Los Angeles Dodgers, after winning 13-12 in 10 innings on Sunday night. Tonight the World Series shifts back to the Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles for Game 6. The Dodgers …

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Ball is Life: Lonzo’s Journey

Few NBA players have carried the same amount of attention into their rookie season as 19-year-old Lonzo Ball. There’s a good reason for that, because most NBA players aren’t plagued with the constant shadow of their overbearing father. Other high school superstars like 16-year-old Zion Williamson have gone viral with …

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Astros will face the Dodgers at the World Series

The Houston Astros are now only four games from their first ever World Series championship. The Dodgers led the series with 104 victories but the Astros weren’t far behind with their 101 wins. The Dodgers have not won a World Series since 1988 and the Astros have never won in …

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Miami Dolphins ready to start the season

Finally, the Miami Dolphins are starting their NFL season after Hurricane Irma cancelled their first match up. The eight months of waiting and an extra seven days of anticipation is finally over. On Sunday, the Miami Dolphins will take on the Los Angeles Chargers in Carson, California. Starting their 16-week …

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Andrew Luck Will Miss Season Opener Due to Shoulder Injury

The Indianapolis Colts will have to start the 2017 Season Opener against the Los Angeles Rams without their franchise quarterback, Andrew Luck. He will not start this game due to a shoulder injury. A Not So Lucky Luck This is not the first time that Luck has gotten injured in …

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End of an Era for the LA Clippers

Earlier today, sources told ESPN that the Los Angeles Clippers came to an agreement to trade All-Star point guard Chris Paul to the Houston Rockets. Chris Paul's trade to the Rockets has everyone talking. https://t.co/DiuiUCZeeL — ESPN (@espn) June 28, 2017 Chris Paul came to the Clippers back in 2011 after playing for …

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