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Why LeBron James can't always play 'like that'
SB Nation
When LeBron James plays like a mere mortal, he draws criticism as a player overhyped, washed or lacking in a certain je ne sais quoi that the greatest players had. When LeBron plays like a god, as he did in Monday's Game 5, the complainants take a new ...

CBS Local
Orioles Beat Price, Red Sox 3-2
CBS Local
David Price #24 of the Boston Red Sox reacts after the final out of the eighth inning against the Baltimore Orioles. (Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images). 2. BOSTON — Manny Machado's two-run blast coupled with seven strong innings from Chris Tillman ...

Andrew Bogut (knee) travels with Warriors, awaiting MRI results
Injured center Andrew Bogut traveled with the Golden State Warriors to Cleveland on Tuesday afternoon in advance of Thursday night's Game 6 in the NBA Finals, according to league sources, but a firm status update on Bogut's health wasn't expected until ...

Washington Post
NHL reportedly expanding into Las Vegas
The stigma regarding major professional sports leagues doing business in Las Vegas has taken a major blow, thanks to multiple reports that the NHL has decided to place an expansion team in Sin City. With hockey crossing the baccarat bridge, it becomes ...

Washington Post
Pitt Boss: How retooled Penguins won second Stanley Cup since 2009
Sports Illustrated
Your teams. Your favorite writers. Wherever you want them. Personalize SI with our new App. Install on iOS (iOS or Android). Order SI's Pittsburgh Penguins Stanley Cup Championship package. This story appears in the June 20, 2016 issue of Sports ...

Washington Post
Astros lead Cards 5-2 after 8 innings
Houston broke the game open in seventh, thanks to a clutch two-out hit from pitcher Doug Fister. With one out, Colby Rasmus singled sharply to right and advanced when first baseman Matt Adams was unable to come up with a Carlos Gomez grounder.

Collins feeling better, back in uniform for banged-up Mets
NEW YORK (AP) — Mets manager Terry Collins was back in uniform and feeling better. Not so for some of his top players, though. Second baseman Neil Walker (lower back) and slumping left fielder Michael Conforto (left wrist) remained out of the starting ...

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Steelers notebook: Roethlisberger's preference? Go for two
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
“I think we should go for it every time,'' Roethlisberger said Tuesday. “Why not? If we do it every day and we're 50 percent, I mean if you don't make the first one but make the second one there's your 14 points, so why not give it a shot?” Mike Tomlin ...
Baylor: No vote on fired Art Briles' employment status (Jun 14, 2016)
WACO, Texas (AP) A Baylor spokeswoman says the school's governing board did not take a vote on the future of former football coach Art Briles amid reports some prominent donors wanted to bring him back. Briles was suspended ''with intent to terminate'' ...
Top 10 takeaways from Tuesday's NFL minicamps
2015 was a year of injuries and roster turnover in Baltimore. That's why the events of the last week had such a familiar feel. Ravens coach John Harbaugh announced Tuesday that offensive tackle Eugene Monroe, who missed 10 games last season, is being ...

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