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Shaquille O'Neal Says He Regrets Leaving the Magic for the Lakers in 1996

When Shaquille O'Neal left the Magic in free agency back in the summer of 1996 to sign with the Lakers, he reportedly did so for a number of reasons. According to reports that were released at the time, Shaq wasn't happy with Orlando's head coaching situation. He also didn't have the greatest relationship with Penny Hardaway. And he thought that some of the media outlets in Orlando...
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Sharks' Mueller out indefinitely after blocking shot

Sharks defenseman Mirco Mueller will be out of action indefinitely after blocking a shot in Detroit on Thursday night. Mueller’s left hand/wrist area was significantly wrapped on Friday, as the Sharks prepare to face the Flyers on Saturday afternoon at Wells Fargo Center. Todd McLellan said: “He injured himself last night in Detroit. Didn’t return to the game. We finished...
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Report: UNLV freshman guard Rashad Vaughn to enter NBA draft; Vaughn denies it

To me, this is why the proposed changes to the NCAA rules on when players can announce for the draft — and letting some underclassman go to a combine where they can get honest feedback from teams, not agents/family/hangers-on — is so needed. UNLV freshman guard Rashad Vaughn may be entering the NBA draft. We say may be because it depends on who you ask. The very-well connected...
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Bank robbers purchase Atlanta Hawks suite after stealing $4 million

What do you do after you rob $4 million from a bank? Well, one option is purchasing a suite to go see the Hawks. According to the The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, four men from Atlanta stole more than $4 million from the Bank of New York Mellon. The people involved in the theft used the money to purchase personal vehicles, gold, trips, and, of course, a suite at Philips Arena for Hawks games.
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Filip Forsberg returns to Washington a budding star

In a moment of candor earlier this season, Washington Capitals general manager Brian MacLellan reflected on the April 3, 2013, trade that sent forward Filip Forsberg to the Nashville Predators. "I think he's played well," said MacLellan, who was Washington's assistant general manager at the time of the transaction. "Obviously he's one of the leading candidates for the Calder Trophy...
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Shane Victorino: ‘I Plan On Playing Every Day’ For Red Sox In 2015

Shane Victorino has no plans to waltz into manager John Farrell’s office and demand he play all 162 games this season for the Boston Red Sox. But the 34-year-old outfielder is preparing for a full slate. Victorino, who made waves at Red Sox spring training Thursday by firing back at his critics, indicated Friday he’s feeling strong physically with Opening Day less than two...
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Manchester United are not willing to sell Angel Di Maria - sources

Manchester United are determined to keep Angel Di Maria at Old Trafford, club sources have told ESPN FC, despite recent uncertainty over his future. Reports of United manager Louis van Gaal "berating" Di Maria, 27, in the dressing room following last week's 2-1 win at Liverpool have led to suggestions that he may move on this summer. Despite an initially encouraging start to his...
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Jets sending six to private workout for quarterback Marcus Mariota

The Jets are sending their army westward. General manager Mike Maccagnan and coach Todd Bowles will travel to Oregon with four other members of the organization to watch a private workout for quarterback prospect Marcus Mariota, according to the New York Daily News. "We're spending a lot of time on it," Bowles said this week at the annual league meetings in Phoenix about the organization...
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Michael Frazier declares for draft despite uncertain prospect status

Florida's Michael Frazier II has officially declared for the 2015 NBA Draft, and signed with Andy Miller's ASM Sports agency. This news was reported yesterday by CBSSports.com's Matt Norlander, but Frazier posted a note on Twitter to confirm the decision this afternoon. Frazier is currently the No. 70 prospect on my 2015 NBA Draft big board. So, basically that puts him well within...
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Mets now labeling Daniel Murphy DL candidate

After expressing optimism only a few days earlier, New York Mets officials now sound like Daniel Murphy is more likely to open the season on the disabled list. Murphy pulled his right hamstring eight days ago. "Look, any hamstring is typically a minimum of a couple of weeks," general manager Sandy Alderson said. "For him to come back sooner than roughly Opening Day would be a little...
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Zimmermann: “It’s not looking good” for deal before opener

When Jordan Zimmermann reported for spring training nearly six weeks ago and said he wouldn’t hold any contract negotiations during the regular season, the right-hander essentially created a deadline for any talks with the Nationals to take place. And as that deadline fast approaches, there doesn’t appear to be any reason to believe a deal will be struck before Opening Day....
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White Sox claim Kyle Drabek off waivers from Blue Jays

Dropped from the 40-man roster by the Blue Jays, former first-round draft pick Kyle Drabek has been claimed off waivers by the White Sox. Drabek was once a top prospect and the Blue Jays acquired him from the Phillies in the Roy Halladay trade.
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Chad Gaudin scratched from minors start, to have MRI

Chad Gaudin was scratched from his scheduled minor league appearance on Thursday afternoon after feeling tingling in the fingers of his right hand. The pitcher will have an MRI exam on Friday in Phoenix. "He's feeling the same thing he felt before, which is tingling in his fingers, which was enough to stop it," manager Don Mattingly said. "He said it felt like it hit your funny...
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Julio Teheran to start Opening Day for the Braves

As expected, Braves manager Fredi Gonzalez announced that pitcher Julio Teheran will be Atlanta's Opening Day starter on April 6 at Marlins Park, per the team's official website. The announcement came shortly after Teheran's spring outing against the Red Sox. The right-hander yielded two runs on five hits and four walks while striking out three over 5 2/3 innings of work.
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Alex Rodriguez's cousin pleads guilty in Biogenesis case

Alex Rodriguez's cousin, Yuri Sucart, has pleaded guilty in the federal investigation of performance-enhancing drugs that were illegally supplied to athletes through a Florida clinic, the Associated Press reported Friday. More than six years ago, the Yankees infielder confessed to doping and singled out his kin as his steroid mule. On Friday, U.S. District Judge Cecilia M. Altonaga...
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Mariners reliever David Rollins suspended 80 games for steroid use

Mariners lefty reliever David Rollins, a Rule 5 pick from Houston, received an 80-game suspension Friday from Major League Baseball after testing positive for a performance-enhancing drug. “This was when I got back from winter ball,” said Rollins, who had been making a strong push to win a roster spot. “I was sore, and I was just trying to speed up the recovery. And just made...
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Will the Clippers re-sign Little Nate?

The Clippers have yet to re-sign Nate Robinson, whose second 10 day contract expired on Thursday. The guard is currently injured, but the Clippers will probably re-sign him later for a lack of better options. The Los Angeles Clippers have a multi-dimensional problem concerning a one-dimensional NBA player, Nate Robinson, the 5'9 veteran who had started to play a bit better in his...
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Kyle O'Quinn's dwindling role with Orlando Magic

The likes of Dewayne Dedmon and Andrew Nicholson appear have overtaken O'Quinn in Orlando's rotation. In his first 16 appearances of the 2014/15 campaign--which included nine starts--Kyle O'Quinn averaged 9.2 points and 5.5 rebounds per game, shot 51.8 percent from the floor, and tallied three double-doubles. He went on to start eight more games for the Orlando Magic, contributing...
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Rockets to offer Sergio Llull $17 million deal, according to report

The Rockets appear ready to offer Spanish guard Sergio Llull $17 million, 3 year deal for next season. The Rockets are ready to offer Spanish guard Sergio Llull a contract for next season, reports Encestando.es and NBC Sports. Houston appears willing to offer a three-year deal worth $17 million. Llull was a drafted by the Denver Nuggets with the 34th pick in the 2009 NBA Draft...
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Investigation Into Arson Of Rolando McClain's Home Inactive

In December of 2014, Rolando McClain's home in Tuscaloosa, Alabama burned to the ground. Last month, Fire Marshall Ed Paulk declared that the fire was an arson. The home to that point had been listed for sale at a value of $1.5 million but was mysteriously set ablaze. After exhausting all options, Paulk's office has now stated that the case will remain open but at this point will...
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Jets Have Just Under $12 Million in Cap Space

The latest report from the National Football League Players' Association has the amount of salary cap space held by the New York Jets at $11,901,443. According to OverTheCap.com, the team will have to use a projected $6,046,013 to pay for their draft class.
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Randall Cobb is more than just a shifty, underneath wide receiver

few weeks ago, we examined why Randall Cobb is "just" a slot receiver. We acknowledged that though he is probably the best slot receiver in the game of football, that inherently limits the amount of an impact he can have on the football. With that analysis came the assumption that Cobb struggles to get separation on deep routes and instead forces the Packers' coaching staff to play...
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Ravens safety Kendrick Lewis offers stability in secondary

Kendrick Lewis just might be the missing link the Ravens secondary needed a year ago. Rotating safeties in and out left a lot desired when it came to continuity. Lewis offers the ability for the Ravens to play him and safety Will Hill at the same time. The sub packages can then be simpler and allow Dean Pees and his staff to disguise coverages more without tipping offenses up with...
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Steve Prohm agrees to an extension with Murray State

Murray State head coach Steve Prohm is one of the first names that pops up anytime a major job comes open. He’s been linked to the Alabama opening, where he is an alum, as well as the Tennessee job this month alone. But Prohm isn’t ready to leave Murray, as the school announced that he has signed an extension to remain head coach with the Racers.
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V. Stiviano Says She Never Had Sex With Donald Sterling

V. Stiviano is being sued by Donald Sterling’s wife for the $3.5 million in cash, gifts, cars and property Sterling gave her. Stiviano took the stand yesterday and in spite of his generosity said they never had sex. V. Stiviano testified Thursday in Los Angeles Superior Court in her effort to retain more than $3.5 million the billionaire’s wife says he lavished on Stiviano...
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