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  • Bryant says he took large enough discount for Lakers to contend

    Pro Basketball Talk "Kobe Bryant wants the Lakers to contend for championships. Yes, even after he signed a two-year, $48.5 million contract extension that makes him the NBA’s highest-paid player, though a deal below his potential max salary. There are a few arguments here, and while they’re related, they’re..." November 23

  • Eric Bledsoe on flagrant foul he took from Nerlens Noel: ‘They did it on purpose’

    CSN Philly "Eric Bledsoe knew the Sixers were coming after him. “They were telling me before if I came into the paint they were going to do something dirty,” Bledsoe said. “I did it on purpose.” Thirty seconds into Friday’s game between the Sixers and Suns, Bledsoe drove into the paint, where he was met..." November 23

  • Pacers coach Frank Vogel: ‘very unlikely’ that Paul George plays this year

    Indianapolis Star "Indiana Pacers All-Star forward Paul George expects to hit a huge milestone in the coming weeks – he will be cleared to run on a basketball court with the speed of a middle-aged man. Though George has recently posted teasers to a documentary about his comeback from a severe broken leg injury,..." November 23

  • Dwight Howard has knee procedure

    ESPN.com "There is no timetable for Houston Rockets center Dwight Howard's return after he underwent platelet-rich plasma therapy to treat his strained right knee, coach Kevin McHale said before Saturday's game against the Dallas Mavericks. This will be the second consecutive game missed by Howard, who..." November 23

  • NBA corrects scoring error from Raptors’ win over Bucks

    Pro Basketball Talk "Earlier this season, LeBron James had a triple-double rescinded in a way, after the NBA found that both a rebound and an assist from his stat line was credited to him incorrectly by the scorekeeper in Cleveland. The league said at the time that it reviews every game for mistakes like these,..." November 23

  • Eric Decker admits it’s tough to see Emmanuel Sanders’s success

    New York Daily News "Eric Decker wouldn’t be human if he didn’t wonder what life would be like if he were preparing for another Super Bowl run with arguably the best quarterback in NFL history. He’d be lying if he said the thought didn’t cross his mind: What if I still played for the Denver Broncos? One year after..." November 23

  • Redskins coach Jay Gruden: 'Clock is ticking' for Robert Griffin III

    CBS Sports Fantasy News "Redskins coach Jay Gruden told Albert Breer of the NFL Network that the "clock is ticking" for quarterback Robert Griffin III and that he has "auditioned long enough." Gruden also added that the team needs to "find a way to utilize him where we can get productive drives and stay away from negative..." November 23

  • Jerry Hughes fined $22,050 for abusive language to an official

    Pro Football Talk "Bills defensive end Jerry Hughes said something naughty to an official on Thursday night, and he’ll pay for it. The NFL has fined Hughes $22,050 for unsportsmanlike conduct. Specifically, according to the NFL, Hughes “directed abusive language towards an official.” We don’t know exactly what..." November 23

  • Drew Brees trying to become third QB ever to beat all 32 teams

    CBSSports.com "Back in September, Peyton Manning became only the second quarterback in NFL history to beat all 32 teams when his Broncos knocked off the Colts 31-24 in Week 1. This week, Drew Brees will attempt to join the highly exclusive club when the Saints play the Ravens on Monday night. Baltimore is the..." November 23

  • Emmanuel Sanders: Was a legal hit

    ESPN.com "Denver Broncos wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders said Friday he's ready to play Sunday against the Miami Dolphins and that St. Louis Rams safety Rodney McLeod made "a legal hit'' on the tackle that resulted in Sanders' concussion. Sanders did add, however, he believed McLeod could have made more..." November 23

  • Astros interested in Robertson

    New York Post "A year ago, a Yankees homegrown All-Star bolted for a lousy American League West team. Could David Robertson follow the trail blazed by Robinson Cano? The Astros have communicated with Robertson’s agent Scott Leventhal to express their interest in the Yankees’ closer, an industry source..." November 23

  • Pablo Sandoval leaning toward Red Sox — Padres have highest offer, SF Giants still in hunt

    San Francisco Gate "I hear Pablo Sandoval has received his highest contract offer from the Padres but is leaning toward accepting an offer from the Red Sox, though events could change in a hurry. Giants assistant GM Bobby Evans, who spoke with agent Gustavo Vasquez on Thursday morning, had suggested the third..." November 23

  • Curt Schilling’s son accidentally causes bomb squad to respond at Logan Airport

    WEEI Boston "It was an unusual Saturday morning for the Schilling family. While going through security at Logan Airport Saturday morning, Curt Schilling‘s son said he left a “fake grenade” in his bag. Moments later TSA agents called the bomb squad, but after they arrived and realized the situation, order..." November 23

  • Padres, Braves eyeing Tomas

    MLB.com "The Padres could be primed to make a big splash during the Hot Stove season moving forward. General manager A.J. Preller met with the agent for free-agent third baseman Pablo Sandoval on Friday in Miami and is expected to fly to the Dominican Republic on Saturday to meet with the agent for..." November 23

  • No recent contact between Blue Jays, Sandoval

    Sportsnet.ca "Toronto GM Alex Anthopoulos showed interest in Pablo Sandoval earlier in the off-season, but as bidding for the free agent third baseman intensifies, the Blue Jays are remaining on the sidelines. There’s been no contact between the Blue Jays and Sandoval’s agent, Gustavo Vasquez, in the last 48..." November 23

  • Trades pick up after GMs meet, but may slow down again

    Arizona Republic "NHL general managers descended on Toronto last Tuesday for a state-of-the-league summit, and with all 30 bosses in one room, trade chatter was bound to happen. Perhaps the get-together can be credited for opening the lines of communication as the final two opponents on the Coyotes' three-game..." November 23

  • Bruins’ Milan Lucic talks revenge for punch by Dalton Prout

    Columbus Dispatch "The Boston Bruins are irate at the altercation between forward Milan Lucic and Blue Jackets defenseman Dalton Prout at the end of overtime on Friday and are vowing revenge when the teams meet on Dec. 27 at Nationwide Arena. Lucic told the Boston Herald that he let Prout know he wasn’t going to..." November 23

  • Rangers’ Nash on pace for first career 50-goal season

    New York Post "Rick Nash scored his 13th goal of the season in the Rangers’ 2-0 victory over the Flyers on Wednesday, giving him half as many as he scored all of last season. His current torrid pace through 19 games would allow him surpass 50 goals for the first time and easily become his career high. “It..." November 23

  • Bourque 'excited' for shot with Ducks

    Orange County Register "Upon arriving in the Ducks’ dressing room, Rene Bourque couldn’t help but take notice at where his new stall was located. A spot once occupied for years by Teemu Selanne now belonged to Bourque – right next to Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry. “Nobody to my right,” Bourque said Saturday. “Sit..." November 23

  • NHL files motion to dismiss concussion suit

    ESPN.com "The NHL has responded to a class action concussion lawsuit alleging that the league did not provide the proper protection and information to its players regarding traumatic head injuries. The league filed a motion to dismiss the suit with the Minnesota district court earlier this week, one..." November 23

  • Oklahoma's Samaje Perine sets new FBS rushing record with 427 yards

    CBSSports.com "Melvin Gordon's new FBS single-game rushing record lasted all of seven days. Only a week after Gordon broke LaDainian Tomlinson's 15-year-old mark with 408 rushing yards against Nebraska, Oklahoma freshman Samaje Perine rushed for 427 yards against Kansas, setting the new FBS record. Perine..." November 23

  • Jim Hackett to decide on Brady Hoke

    ESPN.com "It's not yet clear when a decision will come on Brady Hoke's future as Michigan's football coach, but interim athletic director Jim Hackett said Saturday that he would be the one making the decision. Hackett stepped in as a temporary leader of the university's athletic department on Oct. 31,..." November 23

  • ECU WR Justin Hardy breaks FBS career receiving record

    CBSSports.com "ECU wide receiver Justin Hardy became the NCAA's all-time leading pass catcher on Saturday, breaking the record set by former Oklahoma wide receiver Ryan Broyles in the first half against Tulane. The senior from Vanceboro, N.C., broke Broyles' record (349 career receptions) on an 8-yard play in..." November 23

  • Florida State to honor shooting victims with ribbon helmet decals

    Fox Sports - College Football "Florida State will wear special ribbon decals on their helmets this Saturday to honors the victims of a shooting at the university library. A gunman on Thursday injured three people before officers fatally shot him. The school posted an image of the ribbon on Twitter with the hashtag..." November 22

  • Mississippi State DB Justin Cox suspended indefinitely after arrest

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAF - Dr. Saturday "Mississippi State DB Justin Cox has been suspended indefinitely after a reported alleged burglary and domestic violence incident. Mississippi State coach Dan Mullen announced the suspension in a statement on Friday morning." November 22

  • Duke freshman Okafor already proving he's top of the class

    Fox Sports Carolinas "Mike Krzyzewski's Duke teams rarely lack for overall talent. His current roster boasts nine McDonald's All-Americans, tied with top-ranked Kentucky for the country's greatest collection of individual talent, and he's brought in 11 five-star recruits this decade. Perhaps more importantly, relative..." November 22

  • NCAA clears Texas A&M's Trocha-Morelos

    CBSSports.com "The NCAA has cleared Texas A&M's Tonny Trocha-Morelos, sources told CBSSports.com on Friday night. The Aggies also received a waiver Friday rendering Houston transfer Danuel House immediately eligible to play this season." November 22

  • No major fracture but possible ligament damage for Cullen Neal, out indefinitely

    Albuquerque Journal "University of New Mexico sophomore guard Cullen Neal, the Lobos leading scorer, will likely be out for an extended period after injuring his left ankle in the second half of Thursday’s loss to Boston College in the opening round of the Puerto Rico Tip-Off. Craig Neal told the Journal on Friday..." November 22

  • KU point guard Devonte' Graham sprains shoulder but expected back soon

    The Topeka Capital-Journal "Kansas point guard Devonte' Graham suffered a sprained right shoulder in Tuesday's Kentucky game, but he is not expected to miss significant time, KU coach Bill Self said Friday. Graham played 14 minutes against UK before leaving the game to get the shoulder checked. " November 22

  • NCAA clears Danuel House to play for Aggies this season

    Houston Chronicle "Transfer Danuel House has been cleared by the NCAA to play basketball this season for Texas A&M, according to House via a since deleted Twitter post. House, who transferred from Houston, averaged 13 points and five rebounds per game over the past two years for the Cougars. The 6-foot-7 guard, a..." November 21

  • Ander Herrera set for Man Utd exit as Van Gaal accepts Bayern's Shaqiri swap deal

    The Express "MANCHESTER UNITED look set to sanction the exit of summer signing Ander Herrera this January in order to land Liverpool and Arsenal target Xherdan Shaqiri. Reports earlier in the week claimed that Bayern Munich are desperate to sign the Spaniard after he failed to impress Louis Van Gaal at Old..." November 23

  • Seamus Coleman is Chelsea target as Jose Mourinho plots £20m summer move for Everton defender

    Daily Mail "Chelsea are preparing a £20million summer move for Everton full back Seamus Coleman. The Republic of Ireland defender has forged a reputation as one of the best right backs in the Premier League and Jose Mourinho is a confirmed admirer. Everton are wary of interest in Coleman, signed for..." November 23

  • Liverpool preparing £10m move for Norwich's Nathan Redmond to RESCUE season

    Daily Star "They believe Redmond, 20, could make a similar impact to Raheem Sterling with his pace and skill. Kop boss Brendan Rodgers, who takes his faltering side to Crystal Palace today, now has his scouts assessing Redmond ahead of a £10million bid in January. The wideman has played alongside..." November 23

  • Could Liverpool striker Rickie Lambert make a sensational return to Southampton?

    The Express "RICKIE LAMBERT could be making a sensational move back to Southampton in January despite Brendan Rodgers turning to the striker to solve his goal-scoring problems. Lambert made his £4million move to Anfield in the summer returning to his boyhood club, but the striker is keen to secure more..." November 23

  • Atletico Madrid AGREE to sell Miranda to Manchester United for £20m

    Daily Star "ATLETICO MADRID will accept a £20m bid from Manchester United for defender Miranda in January, reports in Spain claim. United are in the market for a defender and have also been linked with Borussia Dortmund's Mats Hummels, Athletic Bilbao starlet Aymeric Laporte and West Ham's Winston..." November 23