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76ers’ Brett Brown to Coach Australia at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics

Philadelphia 76ers' head coach Brett Brown is making a return to Australia national basketball team. According to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, Brown is finalizing a deal to coach the team at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Brown has a long history with Australia's national team, as he previously served as head coach between 2009 and 2012. His biggest success was...

Former Pats’ TE Rob Gronkowski: “I Wouldn’t Say ‘Never Coming Back'”

It appears that Rob Gronkowski's retirement from NFL might not be for good as he hinted earlier. During his recent chat with ESPN, Gronkowski admitted that there is still a chance he will play football again.  Gronkowski told the magazine that he might return at some point, but that he is definitely sitting out 2019.

Browns Will Receive Third-Rounder From Texans For RB Duke Johnson

Cleveland Browns finally received some good news. The team found out on Sunday that they will be getting a third-round draft pick from Houston Texans as part of the trade that involved running back Duke Johnson. Browns traded Johnson to Texans in August in exchange for a fourth-round pick. However, the pick was to turn into...

West Ham’s Midfielder Jack Wilshere is Reportedly Considering MLS Move

At one point, West Ham's midfielderJack Wilshere was considered one of the brightest talents in England. His career unfortunately never took off the right way due to injuries, and he is now spending most of his time sitting on the bench. For this reason, Wilshere is reportedly considering a move to MLS. Seeing numerous European players get their...

Browns Release WR Antonio Callaway

Cleveland Browns have lost patience with the talented, but troublesome wide receiver Antonio Callaway. Browns announced on Thursday that they have waived Callaway while activating offensive lineman Drew Forbes from injured reserve in a corresponding move. Callaway's departure comes after he was late for Sunday's game against Buffalo Bills, which resulted in him being...

Roger Federer Beats Novak Djokovic For the First Time Since 2015

Roger Federer finally got the best of Novak Djokovic. The two tennis greats met in the group stage of ATP Finals tournament on Thursday, with Federer coming out with a 6-4, 6-3 win. This was the first time since 2015 that Federer managed to beat Djokovic. The Swiss legend lost the previous five matchups against the Serbian,...

Zlatan Ibrahimovic Leaving LA Galaxy After 2 Seasons

We won't be witnessing Zlatan Ibrahimovic's magic on MLS games anymore. LA Galaxy confirmed on Wednesday that Ibrahimovic will be leaving the club after spending two years with the organization.  It looked like Ibrahimovic and Galaxy would manage to work out a contract extension during the past several days, but the two sides ended up...

Bengals Move on From Veteran LB Preston Brown

Cincinnati Bengals have started to clean the house after losing nine straight games to start the 2019 NFL decision. In a surprise move on Tuesday, the team announced that they have released veteran linebacker, Preston Brown. Brown was ever-present for Bengals this season, starting eight out of their nine games. He also had solid numbers, recording 52...

Warriors’ Draymond Green Gets Ejected in His Return From Finger Injury

It didn't take long for Golden State Warriors' forward Draymond Green to earn his first ejection in the new NBA season. After missing five games due to a finger injury, Green returned to court on Monday night in Warriors' 122-108 loss to the Utah Jazz. However, the 29-year-old wasn't there to witness the end of the...

Raptors’ Kyle Lowry and Serge Ibaka Suffer Injuries

Toronto Raptors will be missing their two key starters for the upcoming stretch of games. The team announced over the weekend that All-Star point guard Kyle Lowry and forward Serge Ibaka are out with injuries. Lowry and Ibaka both went down in the second quarter of Friday's 122-104 win over the New Orleans Pelicans.

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