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Chris Paul's trade to Miami hung on picks moving with him

<p class = "canvas-atom canvas-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = " Chris Paul ] & nbsp; makes a stopover in Oklahoma City. The rockets sent him there for Russell Westbrook but the competitive 34-year-old bullet does not want to be part of a long remodel project. Want to trade again …

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Jay Inslee promises secretary of state job to Megan Rapinoe, making himself into a joke

Speaking at the left-wing Netroots Nation last weekend, 2020 Democratic presidential aspirant Jay Inslee, the governor of Washington state, turned into a joke candidate. Asked about how it would repair alliances that have been frayed by the Trump administration (a legitimate discussion point), Inslee said that if elected, would ask Megan Rapinoe to be his secretary of state. Yes, that …

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Trade deadline buyer: which teams must make a move

With just over a week to go before the trading deadline for MLB, medium-sized teams have to decide to decide whether to go for it all in 2019. MLB eliminated the excepted trade deadline, so roster at 4:00 ET on 1 August is the roster that law will have until the end of the year. We have already seen some …

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Kendrick Perkins warns Zion Williamson to avoid New Orleans food

One of the concerns surrounding Zion Williamson now that his NBA career has begun is his weight, and Kendrick Perkins thinks the former Duke star will have to work extra hard to avoid culinary temptations in New Orleans. [19659003] Perkins, who spent a season with the Pelicans, said there are going to be people in New Orleans offering William good …

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LeBron James Jr. is 14. He already draws curious crowds.

Although James did not participate in the tournament, two of his close friends did; Chris Paul and James former comrade Mike Miller looked at Bronny's game. At one game, Paul was sitting next to James's wife Savannah and the couple's young daughter in a corner of the gym that was close to a driveway and well secured by security guards. …

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Tim Benz: NFL contract problem is not just for Steelers anymore

An hour ago I was recently in Ireland. In a pub. Shocker, right? I went up to get a beer. An Irish guy talked to two Americans about sports. One of the Americans seemed to be talking about the differences between American sports with and without pay hatch, as opposed to transferring rules for European football. Here's the last thing …

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