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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.

Nets Reportedly Ready to Give Up Young Talent to Acquire Third Star

With Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant both out for this NBA season, Brooklyn Nets are reportedly already making plans for the 2020/21. Reportedly, this includes trying to land a third star player by giving up some of their young talent. The 2019/20 NBA season saw championship-contending teams abandoning the "Big Three" concept and reverting to having superstar duos...

Capitals’ Alex Ovechkin Would Skip to Playoffs When NHL Resumes

NHL season is currently suspended due to coronavirus and there is no indication of when and how it could be resumed. Washington Capitals' captain Alex Ovechkin recently decided to offer his view on the matter, saying it would be best to skip the rest of the regular season. Ovechkin recently had a chat...

MLB Agrees to Pay $170 Million to Players in Salary Advance

Major League Baseball has made a significant step in the attempt to resolve several issues that arose from the possibility of having a canceled or shorter 2020 season due to ongoing coronavirus pandemic. According to ESPN's Jeff Passan, the league came to an agreement with MLB Players Association on several key points regarding this situation while committing to pay $170 million in...

Ndamukong Suh Returns to Bucs on a 1-Year, $8 Million Deal

Veteran defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh is staying put. According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the 33-year-old free agent opted to resign with Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Suh reportedly had several big offers from a number of NFL teams, including San Francisco 49ers and Baltimore Ravens, but Bucs managed to keep him in Tampa. The five-times Pro Bowler inked a...

CB Janoris Jenkins Gets a 2-Year, $16.75 Million Extensions From the Saints

New Orleans Saints have decided to keep corner Janoris Jenkins around for several more years. Two sides reportedly agreed on a two-year extension, worth $16.75 million. Jenkins is now under contract through 2022. He had one year left on his five-year, $62.5 million deal he signed back in 2016 with New York Giants.

All-Star Slugger Giancarlo Stanton “Ready to Go” According to Yankees’ Manager

New York Yankees outfielder Giancarlo Stanton is recovering from his calf injury as planned. According to Yankees' manager Aaron Boone, Stanton would be ready for spring training games if they were to start today.  Stanton was diagnosed with right calf strain last month and was initially doubtful for spring training. However, according to Boone, the All-Star slugger has...

XFL QB P.J. Walker Makes the Jump, Signing With NFL’s Panthers

The Carolina Panthers, who recently inked former Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater to be their starter for the 2020 season, have now added a backup at the position that comes from an unexpected place. https://twitter.com/SportsCenter/status/1242105425731911680?s=20 P.J. Walker, who spent the first months of 2020 playing for the XFL's Houston Roughnecks. Before...

Patriots Bring in QB Brian Hoyer in the Aftermath of Tom Brady’s Departure

New England Patriots have signed a quarterback in the aftermath of Tom Brady's departure, but it's not the name that will make Pats' fans excited about the future. According to The Boston Globe, Pats brought in veteran Brian Hoyer on a one-year deal, worth $1.05 million. Hoyer became a free agent just recently, with Indianapolis Colts deciding to...

Eagles Acquire Pro Bowl CB Darius Slay in Trade With Lions

The Philadelphia Eagles have acquired a long-sought target, trading for cornerback Darius Slay in a blockbuster deal with the Detroit Lions on Thursday. https://twitter.com/NFL/status/1240626580982030336?s=20 Slay, who had been looking for a new contract in Detroit, will instead join the Eagles, with whom he immediately agreed to a three-year, $50 million...

MLS Extends Season Suspension to May 10th

Major League Soccer won't return at least until May 10th. This was the decision made by the league on Thursday as part of the measures to cope with the current coronavirus outbreak. MLS was forced to suspend the season after just two games due to coronavirus. The plan was initially to pause all activities until March 30th, but...

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