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Colts sign vet OT Austin Howard

The Indianapolis Colts had a clear goal in the 2018 NFL Draft: get better up front. On the offensive side of the ball, the team used two of its first three picks — and two of the first 37 picks in the entire draft — to bolster the interior of its offensive line, selecting All-American guards Quenton Nelson and Braden…
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Warriors eliminate Pelicans, move to Western Conference Finals

The Golden State Warriors have advanced to the Western Conference Finals for the fourth consecutive year after eliminating the Pelicans with a 113-104 home victory in Game 5 on Tuesday night. The Dubs never trailed by more than two points and led for the vast majority of the first half before putting forth a third…
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Hornets to hire James Borrego as Head Coach

The Charlotte Hornets are finalizing a deal to hire San Antonio Spurs assistant James Borrego as head coach, league sources told ESPN on Tuesday. Borrego met with Charlotte owner Michael Jordan over the weekend, after advancing to the final group of interviews along with Boston Celtics assistant Jay Larranaga. Borrego is one of the most well-regarded assistants in the league; his…
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Rockets lead series 3-1 against Utah Jazz

The Houston Rockets have emphasized dunks and 3-pointers in becoming one of the NBA’s most efficient offenses but Paul’s in-between jumpers proved to be the difference when the long-range shots weren’t falling. "I wasn’t joking about that," Paul said of his layup comment. "If (Rudy) Gobert’s going to back, that’s what I’m going to shoot." Paul had…
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Cliff Avril released by Seahawks after failing Physical

The veteran defensive end has been released from Seattle with a failed physical designation, the team announced Friday. "Thank you 12s for making the last 5 years in Seattle so amazing!" Avril wrote on Instagram, in part. "THANK YOU to the entire Seahawk organization as well as my teammates. You all made me a Pro Bowler and a…
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Mets’ Jacob deGrom with no structural damage in elbow

It seemed as if the Mets' season hung in the balance for roughly 12 hours after Jacob deGrom suffered a hyperextended elbowWednesday night. Elbow injuries are never a good development for pitchers, and there's always the fear that an MRI may reveal a ligament injury that could require surgery. Thursday morning, deGrom and the entire organization finally could breathe…
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