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LAS VEGAS, NV – JULY 9: Jose Aldo knees Frankie Edgar during the UFC 200 event at T-Mobile Arena on July 9, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Rey Del Rio/Getty Images) There is constant debate about the “official” UFC fighter rankings, which are based on voting from a panel of journalists.
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UFC Performance Based Fighter Rankings: Pound For Pound: Apr 24, 2017
Phil Jackson is spectacularly disastrous as a GM. I hope he remains in control of the Knicks for a decade.
The NBA’s Eastern Conference might have a major shakeup soon. The Toronto Raptors have been a major staple of the conference for years thanks to stars such as Kyle Lowry and DeMar DeRozan, a team capable of at least giving the Cleveland Cavaliers a run for their money over a seven-game series. But the overarching theme around the Raptors isn’t hard to see—their stars are terrible in the playoffs.
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Raptors Round 1 exit could mean huge changes
Alabama linebacker Reuben Foster’s urine sample at the NFL combine came back diluted, which, by NFL rules, means it is treated like a specimen that has tested positive for a banned substance, according to NFL.com . Foster says that a case of food poisoning is to blame for the diluted test. To get better before the combine, Foster was on IV fluids and claims he “drank and ate as much as I could without throwing up.” “I couldn’t eat much, but I had to drink water and Gatorade,” he said. “Then a few coaches said something about me being too light… so I drank and ate as much as I could without throwing up.
Apparently old habits die hard. The St.
File that under “headlines you never thought you’d read in 2017”. Along with a lot of the other headlines from world events you’ve seen this year, now you can add “Jay Bruce Saves The Day”.
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Jay Bruce Saves The Day, But Not From Ray Ramirez
MINNEAPOLIS, MN – APRIL 18: Phil Hughes #45 of the Minnesota Twins delivers a pitch against the Cleveland Indians during the first inning of the game on April 18, 2017 at Target Field in Minneapolis, Minnesota. (Photo by Hannah Foslien/Getty Images) The Moment – As you might be able to surmise by the way this game ended up, the biggest momentum turn was the first time that the Indians opened the lead. That happened in the third when Jose Ramirez dropped a two run homer over the fence to expand the lead to 5-2.
Indians 11, Twins 4 – The Twins are down to .500
Every morning, we compile the links of the day and dump them here… highlighting the big story line. Because there’s nothing quite as satisfying as a good morning dump. It was said here, too, that life would be different in the playoffs when teams focus their defense and there would be no series, first round included, in which the Celts would cruise.