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  • Connor McDavid showcased incredible hands on game-winning goal that caused confusion

    January 19, 2017 1:35 PM 11

    The first of Connor McDavid's three points on Wednesday night in Edmonton gave him 100 for his career. The last gave his Oilers an overtime victory over the Panthers, though not without a bit of confusion first. McDavid got a breakaway chance in the final seconds of three-on-three overtime and put his absolutely ridiculous hands on display with a bevy of moves

  • Manchester City register Gabriel Jesus in time for Tottenham match

    January 19, 2017 9:34 AM 14

    Gabriel Jesus has been finally given clearance to play for Manchester City and will be eligible to play in Saturday's Premier League clash with Tottenham Hotspur. He arrived in Manchester on Jan. 3 but was not given permission to play while the Football Association completed its due diligence process. The Brazilian forward has been training with the first-team

  • Russell Westbrook on Zaza Pachulia's foul: 'I don't play that game'

    January 19, 2017 8:07 AM 13

    "He hit me kind of hard," Westbrook said. "But it's alright. I'm gonna get his ass back. Straight up." With time ticking down at the end of the second quarter, Pachulia knocked Westbrook down, appearing to push the ball into Westbrook's face. Westbrook remained down on the ground holding his face. Pachulia was handed a flagrant one foul for the play following

  • Teen with cerebral palsy has dream to play for basketball team come true

    January 19, 2017 5:21 AM 14

    For Morganton, North Carolina, teen Mitchell Greathouse, challenges are something he has faced since he was diagnosed with spastic quadriplegic cerebral palsy when he was 9 months old. According to his peers, Mitchell is the No. 1 fan of the Freedom High School basketball team. When head coach Casey Rogers challenged him to do 50 steps in his gait trainer

  • Sims, Palmer lead Chicago State to victory

    January 19, 2017 4:08 AM 13

    Fred Sims Jr. scored 28 points and Trayvon Palmer recorded his 10th double-double of the season with 27 points and 10 rebounds in leading Chicago State to a 77-57 victory over Roosevelt on Wednesday night. Palmer made six of the Cougars' 13 steals with Chicago State scoring 25 points off 23 Roosevelt turnovers. The Cougars (6-15) had a 41-33 rebounding

  • Pudge shrugs off slim first-ballot Hall margin, and reason

    January 19, 2017 3:35 AM 10

    ARLINGTON, Texas — Ivan Rodriguez said he barely slept for three days waiting to find out whether he would get enough votes for election to baseball’s Hall of Fame. Once Pudge was secure as just the second catcher behind Johnny Bench to get in on the first ballot, the 14-time AL All-Star said he wasn’t bothered by the slim margin. And Rodriguez shrugged

  • Watch: Pudge gets in a playful zinger, talks about his emotions during HOF news conference

    January 19, 2017 3:35 AM 11

    So who could blame Pudge, who signed with the Rangers at age 16, for having a little fun during his news conference announcing his election to Cooperstown. Evan Grant (at right in the photo above), The Dallas Morning News' Rangers beat writer who baseball knowledge is exceeded only by his love for barbecue and other food delights, asked the 13-time Gold Glove

  • Ivan Rodriguez, Tim Raines and Jeff Bagwell prove Hall of Fame does forgive

    January 19, 2017 3:35 AM 15

    These three perennial All-Stars played during two of the worst scandals in Major League Baseball. Two of them played during the steroid era and were suspected of using performance-enhancing drugs. One played during baseball’s cocaine era, testifying during the Pittsburgh drug trial that he used the drug during games, keeping a vial in his uniform back pocket

  • With Hall of Fame election, deep wounds closing for Jeff Bagwell

    January 19, 2017 3:35 AM 14

    As Jeff Bagwell exhales from the rigors of a seven-year wait and wraps his mind around his newfound Hall of Fame status, it's only natural for historians and fans to reflect upon the contributions that made him such a force in his prime. Bagwell's 449 home runs and .540 slugging percentage are testament to his value as a hitter. But he was also a superb

  • The Hall of Fame voters’ war on steroids is crumbling

    January 19, 2017 3:28 AM 14

    “Two of the three did steroids, so I don’t understand this process,” the former player said, referring to Jeff Bagwell and Ivan Rodriguez, whose use of performance-enhancing drugs is suspected by many, but not confirmed. I replied that it became more difficult to exclude such players after the election a year ago of another suspected user, Mike Piazza