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Morning report: John McCarthy adds to Jon Jones over recent arrest: “He’s an unrestrained, just straight out f * ck up”

Over the weekend, Jon Jones was arrested for another vehicle incident, this time a DWI in Albuquerque. It’s just the latest in a long line of personal fights from the UFC’s light heavyweight, and at this point, some of MMA’s biggest fixtures are tired of Jones. One such person is MMA judge, commentator and analyst “Big” John McCarthy who, in …

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Mel Kiper plays 2020 NFL Draft Dominoes

When I went through my 2020 NFL Mock Draft 3.0 last week, I had a hard time finding a place for Utah State Jordan Love, my fourth-ranked quarterback. Can he go in the top 10? How about the top 20? Since I can’t project business for the quarterback in need, I couldn’t find the perfect fit and eventually linked him …

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Belarus leaders buy coronavirus ‘psychosis’, playing hockey

MOSCOW – While Montreal-to-Moscow officials have placed populations under some form of lockdown to curb the spread of coronavirus, one man continues to hold on to the notion that the rest of the world has lost its mind: Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko. “It is better to die on your feet than to live on your knees!” Lukashenko told a Belarusian …

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It happens! ESPN reportedly plans to release the “Last Dance” documents early

HOLY CRAP! HOLY CRAP! HOLY CRAP! According to the New York Post, ESPN will release the much-awaited 10-part Michael Jordan / Bulls documentary series “The Last Dance” in April! News: ESPN moves its long-awaited Michael Jordan documentary, The Post has learned.https: //t.co/OmzHmsbXO1 – Andrew Marchand (@AndrewMarchand) March 31, 2020 Originally set to air in June this year, NBA fans (and …

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U.S. open space to be converted into temporary hospital with 350 beds in the middle of COVID-19 | Bleacher Report

Julian Finney / Getty Images An indoor training area in the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, which hosts tennis U.S. open annually in Queens, New York, will house a temporary 350-bed facility in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Katie Honan off Wall Street Journal first reported the news. USTA spokesman Chris Widmaier confirmed the report to Julia Marsh and …

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