What’s Next for All-NBA Winners and Losers?

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What’s Next for All-NBA Winners and Losers?

Bleacher Report
LOS ANGELES – Thursday’s All-NBA announcement had far-reaching implications beyond bragging rights, thanks to the new designated veteran-player extension rule that rewards those who are named MVP, Defensive Player of the Year or to any of the …

The Boston Celtics have the No. 1 pick — and an Isaiah Thomas problem

They have the No. 1 seed in the Eastern Conference, the No. 1 pick in the 2017 NBA Draft, the Brooklyn Nets’ unprotected 2018 first-rounder, and one of the best basketball players on the planet in their two-time All-Star point guard.

Paul George, Gordon Hayward denied shot at signing $200M deals

Paul George did not make the All-NBA teams announced Thursday, which means the Indiana Pacers will likely be unable to sign the All-Star to a contract extension this summer.

Jays’ Darrell Ceciliani injures shoulder, expected to go on DL

Blue Jays center fielder Darrell Ceciliani, recalled from Triple-A Buffalo on Tuesday, had a run-scoring double in the first inning and a two-run homer in the third before leaving Toronto’s 9-0 win over Atlanta with a left shoulder injury on Thursday.

Recap: Perry’s OT Goal Caps Off Incredible Victory in Game 4

NASHVILLE — Resilient. Confident. Poised. Unbreakable. The list goes on when it comes to describing this Ducks team, but one thing is certain.

Wenger: Future announcement after final

Arsene Wenger admits that Arsenal finishing in the top four is more important than his future. LONDON — Arsene Wenger has said an announcement about his future will be made in the days after an Arsenal board meeting following the FA Cup final.

Reds lose 9-5, get swept by Cubs

CHICAGO (AP) – Javier Baez hit a grand slam, Kris Bryant homered and the Chicago Cubs beat the Cincinnati Reds 9-5 Thursday to complete a three-game sweep.

Always Dreaming has plenty in the tank

BALTIMORE — A little more than 60 hours prior to the Preakness Stakes on Saturday, Kentucky Derby winner Always Dreaming stepped onto the Pimlico track at 5:33 a.m.

Yankees rookie Jordan Montgomery angry at himself after worst outing

KANSAS CITY — There was no deer in the headlights stare coming from Yankees pitcher Jordan Montgomery during his short post-game interview Thursday night.

Steelers cut Ladarius Green

Tight end Ladarius Green signed a four-year contract with the Steelers last March, but he won’t be seeing the final three years of it.

Premier League Final Weekend Preview: Race for Top Four Takes Precedence

Bleacher Report
The Premier League is not supposed to meander. Yet here we are. A 25th edition of the “best and most competitive” league in the world arrives at its final stop on Sunday in a manner more befitting of a quaint steam train than one of the bullet variety

Marc-Andre Fleury or Matt Murray? Sullivan keeps quiet on goalie situation

Sports Illustrated
OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) Mike Sullivan isn’t any hurry to announce who will start in goal for the Pittsburgh Penguins in Friday’s critical Game 4 of the Eastern Conference finals against Ottawa.

Prized hoops recruit explains why he picked Texas over Kentucky, other blue bloods

The 2017-2018 college basketball season is still a ways away, but the landscape has been drastically altered by the commitments of some of the nation’s top high school players over the past week.

Opening of Inglewood stadium delayed until 2020

The opening of the new joint Rams and Chargers stadium in Inglewood, Calif., has been delayed until 2020. Both clubs confirmed the one-year push back on Thursday, releasing statements that cited an unexpected amount of rainfall for a delay in …

In Being Honest, Gisele Reveals the Fantasy of Tom Brady’s Never-Ending Career

Bleacher Report
If there was one thing that Gisele Bundchen did—maybe accidentally, maybe not—this week, it was showing the fallacy of Tom Brady playing in the NFL for another five years.

White Sox road losing streak reaches 7 games after 5-4 walk-off loss to Mariners

Chicago Tribune
Third baseman Todd Frazier and starting pitcher Dylan Covey react after the White Sox’s walk-off 5-4 loss to the Mariners on Thursday, May 18, 2017.

U20 WC groups – All you need to know

The FIFA Under-20 World Cup gets under way in South Korea on Saturday, with African representatives Senegal, South Africa, Zambia and Guinea looking to shine on the global stage.

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