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Ben loves sports so much but prefers watching other people do it. He prefers not to share what teams he's supporting but he is willing to admit that Lebron James is, in fact, the king.

Mavericks’ Starting Center Dwight Powell Suffers Achilles Injury

Dallas Mavericks received some potentially devastating news after 110-107 loss to Los Angeles Clippers on Tuesday night. The team's starting center Dwight Powell was injured in the first quarter of the game, and it appears that he might miss the rest of the season. According to several reports, Powell tore his right Achilles tendon and will require to...

Red Sox’s Price For All-Star Mookie Betts Revealed

Boston Red Sox would probably like to keep All-Star right fielder Mookie Betts for years to come, but the decision might be out of their hands. Betts still hasn't agreed to an extension, showing intention to enter the free agency following the 2020 MLB season, which forced Red Sox to start thinking about trading the 27-year-old. In...

Erling Haaland Scores Hat-Trick in Magical Borussia Dortmund Debut

After paying the release clause of nearly $25 million to acquire his services earlier this month, Erling Haaland made his long-awaited Borussia Dortmund debut on Saturday. He didn't disappoint. https://twitter.com/BlackYellow/status/1218577824883335168 Haaland, the prolific striker who scored 24 goals in 20 games for Red Bull Salzburg during the...

49ers’ QB Jimmy Garoppolo Says His Torn ACL in 2018 Was a “Blessing in Disguise”

San Francisco 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo has a new look on the ACL injury that limited him to just three games in 2018. According to Garoppolo, his injury was "blessing in disguise" as it enabled 49ers to get Pro Bowl pass rusher Nick Bosa. The 2018 season supposed to be Garropolo's first as a full-time starter, but...

Panthers Pro Bowl LB Luke Kuechly Retires at Age 28

Carolina Panthers' linebacker Luke Kuechly surprised the NFL world on Tuesday night, announcing that he is retiring from NFL at the age of 28. Kuechly, who was NFL Defensive Player of the Year in 2013, wrapped up his eighth season as a pro in 2019. Kuechly announced his decision via a video posted on social media, saying...

Knicks Waive Forward Ivan Rabb, Will Sign Kenny Wooten to a Two-Way Deal

New York Knicks decided to do a bit of frontcourt shuffling on Monday, waiving forward Ivan Rabb and signing Kenny Wooten to a two-way contract instead. Rabb joined the Knicks in the offseason but failed to make a single appearance for the first team. Wooten, on the other hand, has been great for New York's...

Former Man City Wilfried Bony Says He Has Offers From MLS Teams

Ivory Coast striker Wilfried Bony could swap Premier League for Major League Soccer in 2020. Bony, who previously played with several PL teams including Manchester City, recently told The Athletic that several MLS teams are currently in the run for his services. Bony spent the past season in Qatar, playing with Al-Ahli on loan...

Pats’ QB Tom Brady Says He Still Has “More to Prove”

Don't expect New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady to make a retirement announcement anytime soon. Brady, who turned 42 in August, intends to play in NFL in 2020 as he still has "more to prove." Following the Pats' wild-card loss against Tennessee Titans this past weekend, rumors surfaced that Brady could step away from football. However, the iconic QB...

Former Eagles RB Jay Ajayi Joins MLS E-Sports Team

The veteran running back Jay Ajayi, who last played with Philadelphia Eagles, is changing sports. While waiting for a job in NFL, Ajayi decided to join the Philadelphia Union's MLS e-sports team. Union announced on Tuesday that they had signed Ajayi to represent the team as a professional FIFA player.  https://twitter.com/PhilaUnion/status/1214711410447540226

Former Celtics’ Manager Ronny Deila Named NYCFC’s New Head Coach

NYCFC concluded their head coaching search on Monday when they announced that Norwegian manager Ronny Deila will take over the team for the 2020 MLS season.  Deila, who previously coached Scottish powerhouse Celtic, will replace Domenec Torrent as New York's boss. Torrent left NYCFC in November, despite finishing at the top of Eastern...

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