Point guard John Wall had 21 points and 13 assists as the Washington Wizards took advantage of LeBron James resting to record a 113-99 home win over the Cleveland Cavaliers Sunday. This team has more California cool than anger. James has seen it before. Oklahoma City won for just the second time in six games in its first contest since Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry lit them up for 12 3-pointers, including a 38-footer with six-tenths of a second left in overtime to beat the ...
BGI analyst Bryan Driskell: Shumate showed himself at the Combine to be the same player he was on film. The outburst was triggered by the overwhelming comparisons of Bosa to Houston's MVP-caliber defensive end J.J. Bears coordinator Vic Fangio will make sure he does. The NFL game is changing and three-down linebackers, who can also cover, are becoming a hot commodity.
Michael Stuart (Rochester, Minn.); equipment managers Bert Godin (Lewiston, Maine/St. Louis Blues) and Derek Settlemyre (High Point, N.C./Philadelphia Flyers); and massage therapist Chris Pikosky (Estero, Fla). General manager Miroslav Satan has until June 1 to fill out his roster. The tournament, returning this year after a 12-year hiatus, will also include two teams that are not representing one country in particular.
The White House highlighted "his courageous actions" and "selfless service" during the December 2012 operation. Senior Chief Special Warfare Operator Edward Byers Jr.is the first living, active duty member of the Navy to receive the Medal of Honor in four decades.
Sanders is looking to shore up support among unions and blue collar workers, and says he's not opposed to trade deals, but how they've been negotiated by Republican and Democratic administrations. "I don't think there's any one candidate that can fix this", she said. When Democratic voters were asked which of four issues - health care, economy/jobs, terrorism or income inequality - was the most important facing the country, about 4 in 10 chose the economy and 3 in 10 said income inequality.
The Broncos don't think he's worth a salary that large, at this time. Despite what Osweiler's camp wants, and what we're hearing from sources, the Broncos are convinced he won't receive such high-dollar offers next week.