Accountability does not mean infallibility.

“There’s a standard that we have here with the Dallas Cowboys — behavior on and off the field and how we’re going to handle those things,” Garrett said. “We’re going to hold those players accountable to what those standards are, regardless of what the circumstances were that were involved. “Accountability does not mean infallibility.” Either […]

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Lance Stephenson can’t even begin to answer the Pacers’ problems

If they think Lance Stephenson is the answer, the Pacers simply aren’t asking the right questions. The veteran guard is going back to Indiana, back to where his career started (word to the late, great Michael Jackson) after inking a three-year contract worth $12 million, according to ESPN’s Chris Haynes. In the East, the Cavaliers’ […]

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Dennis Schroder steps up to help Hawks beat Raptors

Dennis Schroder probably isn’t on very many people’s shortlist as best point guards in the NBA. But the Hawks’ leader is quietly becoming one of the most underrated stars in the league. Schroder scored a team-high 26 points with six rebounds and five assists Friday to lead the Hawks past the Raptors 105-99 at home. […]

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LaMarcus Aldridge on return from heart scare: ‘It felt good to be back out there’

LaMarcus Aldridge was disappointed the Spurs lost Wednesday in his first game back from heart problems, but in the larger scheme of things? “It felt good to be back out there,” Aldridge said (via ESPN.com). Aldridge, 31, had been out since March 9 because of what the team described as “a mild heart arrhythmia.” So […]

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Doc Rivers says NBA needs to ‘protect its product’ and reduce back-to-back games

The NBA wasn’t happy that the Cavaliers rested their “Big Three” players in Saturday night’s 108-78 loss to the Clippers, but Clippers coach Doc Rivers doesn’t blame the Cavs for their move. He blames the NBA, and says the league needs to reduce the number of grueling back-to-back games in certain situations. “We have to […]

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Stanton and Judge are the ones who really put on a show Wednesday.

Royals third baseman Mike Moustakas smacked a two-run homer in the first inning of Kansas City’s game in Seattle. But Stanton and Judge are the ones who really put on a show Wednesday. Judge hit his MLB-leading 29th home run against the Blue Jays. Judge hit a two-run homer in the fourth inning of Wednesday’s […]

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Sporting News’ 2017 MLB All-Star roster

MLB All-Star voting ended Thursday night and the teams will be announced on MLB Network on Sunday evening. Today, though, we’re offering up the SN Midseason All-Stars. Instead of splitting into NL and AL squads, we’re picking one MLB team, the best of the best at each position this season. Some choices were easy (hi, […]

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Richard Sherman spares ESPN’s Ed Werder in his war with the media

Richard Sherman’s spat with Seattle media continues as the Seahawks cornerback declined interview requests this week. Sherman told local reporters he will only speak with ESPN’s Ed Werder while offering opinions on social media. Sherman’s boycott of local media comes two weeks after an incident with a Seattle radio host, ending with Sherman threatening to […]

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Freiburg have confirmed the signing of Philipp Lienhart from Real Madrid

Why he’s here: This was basically a coin flip between Sale and Max Scherzer, two of the best pitchers in baseball having Cy Young-worthy seasons. Sale has double-digit strikeouts in 10 of his 16 starts this season (and nine in three others), and think about this: The lefty has 155 strikeouts this season, while only […]

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People need to know that’s a part of me, giving back to others

Before all that, however, McCoil is going back to LA, as in his hometown of Lutcher, La. McCoil will run the “Grind for What You Want” football camp on July 15 at Lutcher High School. “People need to know that’s a part of me, giving back to others,” he MLB Cheap Jerseys said. “That’s something […]

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