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John McEnroe Says He’s Seeking ‘Inner Peace’

In the late 1970s and early 1980s, tennis great John McEnroe triumphed three times at Wimbledon and four times at the U.S. During his tennis career, McEnroe became known for outbursts on the court when he thought umpires had missed a call. On calling Serena Williams the best female tennis …

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Fiers wins 4th straight decision

The Houston Astros have found success stringing together hits, even just base hits. Carlos Correa homered, Mike Fiers struck out five over six innings to win his fourth straight decision, and the majors-best Astros won for the ninth straight time in Oakland, beating the Athletics 5-1. George Springer #4 of …

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Gilbert reportedly suspended one year by NFL

The former Browns and Steelers cornerback has been suspended for an entire year by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, NFL Media reported. Gilbert was given a four-game suspension in May for violating the NFL’s substance abuse policy. Gilbert has struggled to make an impact in the NFL since the Browns selected …

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Assistant coach for NBA’s Boston Celtics

Scott Morrison, who previously coached for the NBA development league and for Lakehead University in Thunder Bay, Ont., has been named one of the assistant coaches for the NBA’s Boston Celtics. After spending time in the lower leagues of basketball, Morrison is excited to be in the NBA. “It will …

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Andy Murray says that he is ready to quit Tennis

Andy Murray, who is currently the World number one tennis player has hinted at retirement as he revealed today that he will only play for a few more years before taking a bow. Revealed in an interview with BBC that although he still enjoys playing tennis, he is already thinking …

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U.S. Open leaderboard breakdown

Throughout Saturday’s third round at Erin Hills, players took aim at reachable greens to set up eagle opportunities. His round followed another big move from Patrick Reed on the back of a 65, and by the end of the day, nearly a dozen players would shoot 68 or better to …

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Red Sox will get lucky, miss Astros’ aces

The teams close the regular season against each with four games at Fenway, and would anyone really be shocked if they met again soon after? So, the Red Sox, facing an actual major league team after four with the Phillies, will face Mike Fiers (4-2 with a 4.29 RBI and …

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Falling in draft ‘doesn’t motivate me’

Dalvin Cook: Falling in draft ‘doesn’t motivate me’ Vikings rookie Dalvin Cook came to the NFL after rewriting almost every significant rushing record at Florida State set by retired legend Warrick Dunn. “I just have to come in and be the rookie that I am, come in, work my tail …

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LeBron James Is At His Best

WKSU commentator Terry Pluto explains how James is at his best despite defeat: Terry Pluto talks about LeBron’s best postseason ever “For an athlete in this time and place, this was an exceptional postseason for LeBron because he did so many things right on so many fronts,” Pluto says. And, …

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