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Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was stuck between a rock and a hard place when his teammates began announcing that they wouldn’t celebrate their Super Bowl LI win with President Donald Trump at the White House. On one hand, Brady is the team’s leader on offense, and has always stood by his teammates, first and foremost. On the other hand, Brady is a friend of Trump, and he’s a pretty important person right now in this country
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Tom Brady doesn’t see an issue with teammates skipping White House visit
Reigning MVP Stephen Curry has not shied away from airing his political opinions over the years. And, just like many other NBA’ers, he’s not a fan of Donald Trump.
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Stephen Curry zings Donald Trump, calls him an ‘ass’
John Legend may be more of a quiet guy as far as his speech delivery goes, but he does a great job of getting his point across in an intelligent manner. And when he speaks up and is passionate about something, he brings the heat.
After starting the season 6-0, the Cavaliers dropped their first game of the season on Tuesday night, falling to the Atlanta Hawks 110-106. The game truly was a game of runs. The Cavaliers trailed by as many as 18 points in the game, but came raging back in the second half
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Cavaliers drop first game of the season with loss to Hawks
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Two years ago, future Hall of Famer Derek Jeter was making his final appearances at MLB stadiums across the nation. Fans far and wide were lining up at the gates of each American League ballpark and a handful of National League stadiums to see the career-long Yankee shortstop play in that particular city one final time. Fast forward two years later, and beloved Red Sox designated hitter David Ortiz is making his very own farewell trip across Major League Baseball.
MLB Farewell Tour: David Ortiz vs Derek Jeter
Even before the Cavaliers’ chartered jet departed San Francisco Monday, the morning after that franchise’s first NBA title, a massive parade was planned for downtown Cleveland, mock-ups of their championship rings were all over the internet, and their mandatory White House visit was being hastily arranged.
CLEARWATER, Fla. – Andy MacPhail, further than ever from baseball, stood atop what his tour guide described as the greatest graveyard in the world. The third generation of a family with two generations of Hall of Fame executives, he had craved a new perspective