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After a month of rumors and speculation, Jimmy Butler has finally been traded from the Minnesota Timberwolves. On Saturday afternoon, the Wolves finalized a deal with the Philadelphia 76ers to send Butler and Justin Patton to Philly in exchange for Dario Saric, Robert Covington and a second-round pick. There are plenty of questions about where the Read More →

Despite the longest active postseason drought in North American sports and a roster that appears good enough to push for a wild card spot in 2019, the Seattle Mariners are revamping their roster. GM Jerry Dipoto said they need to “re-imagine” their roster recently. Catcher Mike Zunino was sent to the Rays for outfielder Mallex Smith Read More →

The Jimmy Butler saga is finally over. Nearly a month into the regular season, with Butler sitting out multiple games a week and the Timberwolves struggling to a 4-9 start, they finally pulled the trigger on a trade. Butler is now off to the 76ers along with Justin Patton in exchange for Robert Covington, Dario Read More →

The Indianapolis Colts are alive. They have an outside chance at a playoff spot. Andrew Luck has an outside shot to creep into the MVP conversation.I continue to be impressed with this bunch. All season long they have hung around games and displayed considerable improvement under rookie coach Frank Reich. And finally, after suffering some Read More →

Week 11 didn’t see many shocking upsets, and there weren’t any College Football Playoff contenders suffering unexpected losses, but that doesn’t mean there weren’t big-time individual performances across the country. Pittsburgh’s Qadree Ollison may have had the biggest of all in his team’s 52-22 win over Virginia Tech, and it earned him the CBS Sports Read More →

The Chiefs are a high-octane offense with a bunch of fun-to-watch dudes flying all over the field. No one’s more entertaining than Tyreek Hill, the lethal deep threat, but his excitement doesn’t just happen on the field — he’s also a thrill in the stands, having celebrated by leaping in the stands and operating a Read More →

We told you it was almost inevitable that Bobby Petrino would get fired. Now that it’s happened, the next question: How good a job is Louisville? The program has cratered so quickly from Lamar Jackson that it’s hard to tell. The saving grace may be that aside from Clemson this season, there isn’t much depth Read More →

Brandon Wimbush’s return to the Notre Dame starting lineup looks to have been a short one. Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly said Sunday that Ian Book, who sat out the Irish’s 42-13 win over Florida State Saturday night with an injury, will return to the starting role for next week’s showdown with Syracuse at Yankee Read More →

UAB has broken through in the Coaches Poll, showing up at No. 25 in the new college football rankings for the first time in program history. It’s quite an accomplishment for a Blazers football program that was shuttered, then brought back to life with Bill Clark sticking by the program as the head coach throughout Read More →

Welcome to another NBA Sunday. There may be only six games lined up on the slate, but there’s a number of big-time matchups that should provide plenty of entertainment. The Hornets and Pistons will get things started in the afternoon, but things will really pick up in the evening. We’ll get a rematch between the Pacers Read More →