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Josh Rosen answers NFL critic – UCLA quarterback at Tom Brady, NCAA

This story is displayed in ESPN Magazine April 23, NEXT Issue. Subscribe today! "It's just not me," Josh Rosen says about the designer articles offered for his latest photography for this story. Nah, the ex-UCLA signal caller and the projected first round pickup in the 2018 NFL draft are very good, thank you very much with their usual wardrobe of …

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The Boston Marathon pioneer has a ruling transition

Kathrine Switzer endure more than snowfall and low tempo during the Boston Marathon in 1967. Steely No. 261 struggled to stay on track while other runners drove her, angry that a woman dared to join the man-bred race. Five decades later, the first female marathon in Boston celebrates Sunday's breakthrough decision to accept open transgender women. "Here is the best: …

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2018 Stanley Cup Playoffs – Hype rankings

7:00 AM ET Greg Wyshynski ESPN After 82 regular season games that are basically rendered meaningless with an uneven postseason format, the first round of the Stanley Cup final play is canceled. There are known rivals. There are exciting matchups. There are … yes, many games. ESPN Barry Melrose joins Greg Wyshynski and Emily Kaplan on the show to respond …

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Spurs rally to beat Kings and clinch NBA playoff spot

AP Published at 11:06 pm. ET April 9, 2018 | Updated 1:04 AM ET April 10, 2018 Trackman Manu Ginobili reacts after a shot against the kings. SAN ANTONIO (AP) – Spursna seemed like a perfect free-time destination, as Rudy Gay was looking for a guaranteed playoff chamber after just a retrospective of 11 previous seasons. The assurance was endured …

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Dirty Work: Net front guys play an important role in NHL playoffs

PITTSBURGH (AP) There is a little masochist in Patric Hornqvist. Have to be. How else does the excitement of Pittsburgh Penguins explain by planting in front of an opposite network and daring anyone – whether it's a goaltender or defender who usually falls within a range – to move him out of the way in any way? For three periods …

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#PutYourSticksOut: Heartbreaking tribute to Humboldt crash victim goes viral

A memorial is near the scene of Saskatchewan by the crash involving Humboldt Broncos. In Canada and elsewhere in the world, victims of the catastrophic bus accident continued involving a junior hockey team against emotional tribute on Monday. People shared pictures of hockey sticks left outside their homes, only if the players lost in the accident may still need them. …

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Nuggets hit Trail Blazers 88-82 for the 6th straight win

DENVER – Denver Nuggets plays play-caliber basketball. One more profit and they will do it for real. Against elimination and a 11-point deficit halfway through the third quarter of Monday night, Nuggets traveled past Portland Trail Blazers 88-82 for their sixth consecutive victory. 19659002] "It was another playoff game. It was just tough, physical for 48 minutes," said Nugget coach …

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Lovullo deplores comments that triggered fights

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Arizona Diamondback's chief Torey Lovullo says he regrets his choice of words that put off St Louis prisoner Yadier Molina and triggered a bench clearing incident. Lovullo came out of the dugout to argue with plate judge Tim Timmons in St. Louis on Sunday, who blamed the judge for a called third strike, claimed he was influenced …

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Braves 'Foltynewicz aims at another victory over citizens' aces (April 10, 2018)

WASHINGTON – After striking one of Washington's starring stars last week, Atlantas Mike Foltynewicz will try to top the second Tuesday night. Foltynewicz, who put Max Scherzer in Braves 7-1 winner last Wednesday in Atlanta opposes Stephen Strasburg in the second game in a trespel series at Nationals Park. The Higher Hand snapped his eight-game winless streak when he allowed …

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