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18 hours ago

MLB Yankees - Diamondbacks Talking Jacoby Ellsbury Trade

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| By Southpaw - 18 hours ago

Outfielder Jacoby Ellsbury, who has considerably underperformed to the Yankees’ standards for the last few seasons, has become a financial burden for a club aiming to shed payroll. At the moment, his future role with New York remains ambiguous.

With a full no-trade clause added to $68 million owed to him over the next three years, Ellsbury’s contract is by no means friendly. But that hasn’t necessarily stopped Yankees’ general manager Brian Cashman from attempting to move the 34-year-old veteran this winter.

According to a source that spoke with’s Brendan Kuty on Thursday, the Yankees and Arizona Diamondbacks have reportedly discussed Ellsbury in recent trade talks, although the source notes that Arizona isn’t thrilled with the sum of money attached to Ellsbury’s name.

On Monday, FanRag Sports’ insider Jon Heyman reported that the Yankees would be willing to eat half of the money remaining on Ellsbury’s contract if another team is interested in a trade. But, with Ellsbury having that full no-trade clause, he ultimately controls the situation.

Two days later, Ellsbury’s big shot agent, Scott Boras, told reporters at baseball’s winter meetings that Ellsbury is “pretty excited” to still be a Yankee, as the recent addition of reigning National League MVP Giancarlo Stanton has solidified New York as a legitimate World Series contender in 2018. However, Ellsbury will have to compete for a starting job during spring training, according to Cashman, and in the meantime, he’s looked upon as a fifth outfielder and bench player.

Whether or not a deal for Ellsbury transpires, the Yankees and Diamondbacks still have a chance to do business. Joel Sherman of the New York Post first reported on Wednesday that New York has expressed interested in Arizona’s southpaw starter Patrick Corbin, as well as infielder Brandon Drury.

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19 hours ago

NFL Todd Todd Todd Mcshay first mock.

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| By all3rd - 19 hours ago

visit this link .. fl-draft-order

1. Cleveland Browns

Sam Darnold, QB, USC*

2. New York Giants

Josh Rosen, QB, UCLA*

3. Indianapolis Colts

Bradley Chubb, DE, NC State

4. San Francisco 49ers

Minkah Fitzpatrick, S, Alabama*

5. Denver Broncos

Josh Allen, QB, Wyoming*

6. Cleveland Browns (from Texans)

Saquon Barkley, RB, Penn State*

7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Clelin Ferrell, DE, Clemson*

8. Chicago Bears

Calvin Ridley, WR, Alabama

9. New York Jets

Arden Key, DE, LSU*

10. Cincinnati Bengals

Connor Williams, OT, Texas*

11. Arizona Cardinals

Mike McGlinchey, OT, Notre Dame

12. Oakland Raiders

Denzel Ward, CB, Ohio State*

13. Washington Redskins

Derwin James, S, Florida State*

14. Miami Dolphins

Quenton Nelson, G, Notre Dame*

15. Buffalo Bills

Roquan Smith, LB, Georgia*

16. Dallas Cowboys

Christian Wilkins, DT, Clemson*

17. Green Bay Packers

Harold Landry, OLB, Boston College

18. Detroit Lions

Tremaine Edmunds, DE/OLB, Virginia Tech*

19. Los Angeles Chargers

Baker Mayfield, QB, Oklahoma

20. Tennessee Titans

Josh Jackson, CB, Iowa*

21. Buffalo Bills (from Chiefs)

Vita Vea, DT, Washington*

22. Baltimore Ravens

Christian Kirk, WR, Texas A&M*

23. Atlanta Falcons

Ronnie Harrison, S, Alabama

24. Seattle Seahawks

Derrius Guice, RB, LSU*

25. Carolina Panthers

Orlando Brown, OT, Oklahoma*

26. Los Angeles Rams

Billy Price, G/C, Ohio State

27. Jacksonville Jaguars

Courtland Sutton, WR, SMU*

28. New Orleans Saints

Mo Hurst, DT, Michigan

29. Minnesota Vikings

Martinas Rankin, OT, Mississippi State

30. New England Patriots

Ben Banogu, DE/OLB, TCU

31. Pittsburgh Steelers

Dallas Goedert, TE, South Dakota State*

32. Philadelphia Eagles

Rashaan Evans, LB, Alabama

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19 hours ago

NBA LeBron James Covered His Mouth While Talking To Lonzo Ball After The Game "Lets Talk"

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20 hours ago

NFL Cardinals placing RB Adrian Peterson on IR

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| By smoothhooper - 20 hours ago

I don't think i have ever seen chuck run that fast, even in his prime

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21 hours ago

OT ESPN: The Worldwide Leader In Letting Deez Hoes Know What's Up.

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| By Doc Logical - 21 hours ago

A report published today by the Boston Globe details sexual harassment and gender discrimination at ESPN.

One story came from Adrienne Lawrence, who filed a complaint with the Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities earlier this year. From the Globe:


Lawrence accused John Buccigross, a longtime SportsCenter anchor who she viewed as a mentor, of sending unsolicited shirtless photographs of himself and calling her “dollface,” “#dreamgirl,” and “#longlegs” in messages from 2016 reviewed by the Globe. Lawrence said she tried to remain cordial in the e-mails but at one point responded: “You need to wear clothes, sir.”
Hi, It's Doc. Just to interrupt and so we're clear cause I'm sure you're curious this is what she looks like.

@editorialportraits FTW!! 📷💯ðŸ‘*

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This is John Buccigross.

(I'm gonna do this be ready for that. )

Another incident involved Jenn Sterger, who—while she was being considered for a job at the network in 2006—was shown “a copy of a Playboy magazine that she had modeled for” by a network executive and was “taken to a strip club, by Matthew Berry, who was interviewing as a contributor for The Fantasy Show.” The Globe wrote:


The strip club outing was not a formal ESPN activity, but it followed a dinner with company employees and involved several male job candidates. Sterger said she initially did not realize where they were going and she was teased about being uncomfortable once there.

Sterger and Berry say they were both admonished for the strip club outing, but Sterger did not get a job at ESPN while Berry did. ESPN said it chose another woman who had more experience, though an e-mail from the network at the time also said Sterger could have improved her chances by showing “more professional behavior.” Berry is now ESPN’s senior fantasy analyst and one of the most influential personalities in fantasy sports.
(Yeah, it's me again. This is Jenn Sterger)

This is Matthew Berry.

The report said the problem of sexual harassment persists:


Current and former employees say the network still faces problems when it comes to older men preying on younger women, particularly production assistants just out of college.

“It’s like cutting your arm in an ocean full of sharks,” said one current employee, who said she has received unwanted physical contact from one colleague and listened to another rate women on a score of one to ten. “The second new blood is in the water, they start circling.”

and then sh*t got real.

The Globe’s story also addresses how women are forced to conceal their pregnancies, or—in Sara Walsh’s wrenching case—complications associated with pregnancy. During a live broadcast in Alabama, she had a miscarriage on air, which she wrote about on Instagram:

My mother bought them these onesies because she thought they were funny. For us, they're especially poignant. Finding a good egg didn't come easy for me, and I suspect there are many people out there facing the same struggle. The road down a dark path began while hosting Sportscenter on the road from Alabama. I arrived in Tuscaloosa almost three months pregnant. I wouldn't return the same way. The juxtaposition of college kids going nuts behind our set, while I was losing a baby on it, was surreal. I was scared, nobody knew I was pregnant, so I did the show while having a miscarriage. On television. My husband had to watch this unfold from more than a thousand miles away, texting me hospital options during commercial breaks. It would get worse. Two more failed pregnancies. More than once, I'd have surgery one day and be on SportsCenter the next so as not to draw attention to my situation. We then went down the IVF road of endless shots and procedures. After several rounds, we could only salvage two eggs. I refused to even use them for a long time, because I couldn't bear the idea of all hope being gone. I blew off pregnancy tests, scared to know if it worked. It had. Times two. It was exciting news, but we knew better than to celebrate. So I spent a third straight football season pregnant, strategically picking out clothes and standing at certain angles, using scripts to hide my stomach. There would be no baby announcement, no shower, we didn't buy a single thing in preparation for the babies, because I wasn't sure they'd show up. We told very few people we were pregnant, and almost no one there were two. For those that thought I was weirdly quiet about my pregnancy, now you know why. For as long as I can remember I hosted Sportscenter on Mother's Day, and the last couple years doing that have been personally brutal. An hours-long reminder of everything that had gone wrong. I wasn't on tv today, and I'm not sure when I will be again, but instead I got to hang with these two good eggs. My ONLY good eggs. And I know how lucky I really am. #twins #ivf #2goodeggs

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The Globe report says Walsh emailed her boss “from the hospital about the miscarriage, and she was soon sent back to the same Alabama set where she had miscarried,” and that she was fired not long after she complained to human resources about what happened during her miscarriage.


After Walsh raised concerns about her treatment, she was told the matter had been investigated and was handled properly even though she was never interviewed, according to the former employees. Shortly after, Walsh was assigned to fewer shows, a move that she viewed as retaliation for speaking up, according to the employees.

Walsh eventually conceived again and talked to human resources before she went on maternity leave to get assurances her position was safe. But days before she planned to return from maternity leave this past April, ESPN notified her that she was part of the layoffs.

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21 hours ago

NBA Lakers @ Cavs on TNT [12-14-17]

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21 hours ago

NBA JR Smith has a supreme shooting sleeve

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| By 504 - 21 hours ago

JR Smith has a Supreme shooting sleeve on. 🔥🔥🔥

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22 hours ago

NBA CJ with the rare one hand dunk

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22 hours ago

NBA How refs think when players are arguing with them

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22 hours ago

NBA Gary Harris 36 Pts & Jamal Murray 28 Pts Full Highlights vs Celtics (2017.12.13)

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| By G.W. - 22 hours ago

Murray: 28, 10, 4, 3
Harris: 37, 3, 6, 2

Jamal Murray gonna be an animal only 20

He put up 28 last night too

He doesn't get talked about enough imo

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22 hours ago


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| By smoothhooper - 22 hours ago

isn't that the ari gold "I just met etc..." dude?

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22 hours ago

NBA Which is the closest to this picture of MJ & Kobe?

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22 hours ago

NBA One of the best in game dunks ever....

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22 hours ago

NBA Bruh... White Boy's Got The Most Bounce In the Nation.... Ridiculous

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| By mixtapelive - 22 hours ago

a reverse windmill like that and then doing it again but with an alley-oop? WTF

another angle on that oop.. looks fu*king crazy

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22 hours ago

NBA Antoine Walker looks like Shaq's doppelgänger now :mjwow:

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| By 3BossK - 22 hours ago

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22 hours ago

NFL Jimmy G-Spot is the best passer under pressure

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22 hours ago

NBA Most undeserved MVP in recent memory? Was Westbrook your 16-17 MVP?

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| By Illuminati - 22 hours ago

Just out of curiosity. Who did you think deserved it? Poll is up.

In the moment fans usually get swept up by media driven campaigns. BX is notorious for sourcing their basketball info from First Take and the like so I'm sure SAS played a huge role in helping you form your opinion on who the MVP was.

Half a year removed, have your thoughts changed or do you still maintain Westbrook was the MVP?

42.5 usage rate (eclipsed Kobes 06 season)
47 wins (6th seed) - shy of 50 wins, not even a top 4 team.
Blatant and observable stat padding
HAD a supporting cast.

Don't cite Steve Nash because that tells me you didn't watch much basketball during that decade. The suns were horrible when Nash went down. Dysfunctional even.

Everything started with Steve Nash, that man is responsible for gifting NBA players some of the richest contracts the league has seen since the TV deals. The Suns revolutionized the NBA in the 2000s similar to how the Warriors did a couple years ago.

You can't be angry Nash won it is my point. Houston and Spur fans should have a legitimate gripe with Westbrook winning it. It wasn't an either or race.

Westbrook was def in consideration, but what he did was a perversion of basketball. It's no wonder the Thunder are where they are in the season given who their franchise player is.

^ Official count

Westbrook essentially won the offensive player of the year award. Lets call it that, because that's more fitting. And even that's a stretch, LBJ+Kawhi+Harden all had more efficient seasons with comparable stats.

Averaging a triple double means nothing to me personally. Arbitrary records do not move me...
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22 hours ago

NFL Zeke the Freak bets a peasant that he will run for 200 against the sorry ass Seahawks

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| By Papi - 22 hours ago

the NFC teams don't even stand a chance

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22 hours ago

NBA LeBron assures kid he'll dunk on Lonzo Ball tonight

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