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FaviconReport: Heat forward LeBron James to opt out of deal, become free agent 24 Jun 2014, 10:04 am

Get ready for the Decision, Part II. LeBron James is opting out of his contract with the Heat, and will become a free agent.

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FaviconUruguay eliminates Italy; Did Suarez bite again? 24 Jun 2014, 9:44 am

Uruguay is moving on. Italy is out of the World Cup after a 1-0 loss. Meanwhile, Luis Suarez apparently bit an opponent again.

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FaviconO's Davis walks off White Sox with pinch-hit HR 23 Jun 2014, 11:56 pm

Chris Davis had been scuffling, and with lefty Chris Sale on the mound, it was a perfect night for the Orioles first baseman to ride the pine. He didn’t get the entire night off, however. Manager Buck Showalter called his number in the bottom of the ninth, and Davis delivered a walk-off three-run homer.

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11/01/2014 12:13 AM
Arizona Fall League players warm up in Halloween costumes

Halloween fever was everywhere on Friday. Even Salt River Field, where the Scottsdale Scorpions and Salt River Rafters were preparing to square off in an Arizona Fall League game.

Hours before the game's first pitch, cameras caught several players taking the field in costume, not uniform, for their warm up routine. It turned the usually well-coordinated, yet mundane practice into something all together bizarre, yet infinitely more enjoyable for the players.

All of your favorite superheroes were represented. Superman, Batman, whose glove work is second to none, and even Robin. There was also a banana, a cowboy, a farmer, and, of course, an overgrown baby. Any team in costume has to have one of those.

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Perhaps the best costume was a Roger Federer inspired getup. Not just for originality, but for creative use of props as his tennis racket became a substitute for his throwing arm while practicing his double play turns.

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That's embracing the spirit of Halloween and living the gimmick full force. 

Eventually, the players all changed into their usual work attire for a game that was broadcast on MLB Network. Salt River won the game 8-6 despite the struggles of Houston Astros 2013 No. 1 overall pick Mark Appel. In four innings, Appel allowed six runs (five earned) on five hits and three walks. 

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10/31/2014 07:04 PM
Bill Belichick not a fan of meteorologists: 'They're wrong a lot'
(AP)Hurricane Bill certainly whipped up some gusts with a torrential downpour on Friday morning, targeting all meteorologists.
With a forecast for rain on Saturday and the possibility of more wet (and cold) conditions on Sunday, the weather was a natural talking point for the media during New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick's Friday morning press conference . Would the meticulously prepared Patriots head coach factor the possible slick and brisk conditions into his game plan for Sunday's game against the Denver Broncos? It was a thoughtful question, or so one would think.
Instead, there was a bad moon rising as the 'Hooded One' almost couldn't contain his disgust, with earthquakes and lightning on the way.

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“When you play in New England, you have to be ready for everything. I’d say based on the forecasts we’ve gotten so far this year, none of them have been even very close to what game conditions were. There was 100 percent chance of rain last week and the only water I saw was on the Gatorade table,” Belichick said.
“You know, it is what it is. You know as well as I do, it could start one way and change during the game. we have to be ready for whatever it is, but my experience of going with the forecast in this area two days before the game, I mean I’d bet a lot that they’re wrong, just based on history because they’re almost always wrong. An hour before the game, maybe. You might have something to work with there. I think [if] you start game planning for what the weather is going to be and you game plan wrong, you’ve wasted a lot of time.”
Moments later, he called forecasts “a bunch of air,” a clever turn of the phrase as his own personal storm clouds continued to pelt meteorologists with a hail of abuse.
“Look, I’m not saying I could do it better than them, I’m just saying they’re wrong a lot,” Belichick said.
“That’s a fact. They’re wrong a lot. We all make mistakes. I’m not being critical of them, I’m just saying I don’t think you can go based on that.”
When his rant was done Belichick outlined his routine, which is to go out to the field roughly 90 minutes before the game to take in the conditions. Any changes to their game plan that are related to the weather generally are made during that time period an hour-and-a-half before the game when warmups start.

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10/31/2014 04:00 PM
The 10-man rotation, starring the Oklahoma City Thunder's fight for survival

Russell Westbrook hears the wolves at the door. (Noah Graham/NBAE/Getty Images)A look around the league and the Web that covers it. It's also important to note that the rotation order and starting nods aren't always listed in order of importance. That's for you, dear reader, to figure out.

C: Sports Illustrated. The great Rob Mahoney looks at the schedule and tries to get a handle on the terrifying new world in which the Oklahoma City Thunder woke up Friday: "Beginning today, the Thunder's priority is survival […] a mound of early losses could conceivably push OKC out of a competitive playoff race altogether."

PF: GQ. If The Russell Westbrook Era indeed lasted only one game, at least we learned something from it, writes Bethlehem Shoals: "After opening night, it became apparent that Westbrook isn't out of control — he's gambling. […] Westbrook played the way he has because he could, not because he couldn't help himself."

SF: ESPN Insider ($). Just how bad could things get in Oklahoma City while both Westbrook and Kevin Durant are out? Kevin Pelton's numbers are grim: "[…] my SCHOENE projection system forecasts an Oklahoma City lineup with neither Durant nor Westbrook to rate 29th in the NBA offensively, ahead of only the Philadelphia 76ers."

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SG: Bleacher Report. Howard Beck on why the Chicago Bulls should thank their lucky stars that Carmelo Anthony chose to stay in New York.

PG: BloombergView. Kavitha A. Davidson offers some additional context on this week's Financial Times report that Steve Ballmer could recoup as much as $1 billion of the $2 billion he spent on the Los Angeles Clippers via tax deductions: "[…] rather than serving as an example of how the U.S. government singles out sports for special subsidies, the goodwill treatment described by FT simply demonstrates a benefit enjoyed by most corporations." (Perspectives on that "enjoyment" in general, of course, may vary.)

6th: The Triangle. Jason "netw3rk" Concepcion on NBA signature moves, which features this enjoyable line about James Harden's knack for drawing fouls on drives through the middle: "It’s like a tax shelter in the Cayman Islands; it’s legal, it’s effective, and it’s, essentially, money."

7th: National Post. Eric Koreen on how Amir Johnson has become "the heart and soul" of the Toronto Raptors, a perfect leader and standard-bearer for a team that, as I wrote this summer, has doubled down on the value of continuity, cohesion and chemistry.

8th: Vantage Sports. A stats-and-eyes argument that Dwight Howard's not as good an interior and pick-and-roll defender as his reputation suggests.

9th: ESPN.com and Pattern of Basketball. Ethan Sherwood Strauss makes the case for the Golden State Warriors winning the 2014-15 NBA championship (offense! defense! depth! improved rotations!). Jonathan Tjarks offers the dissenting opinion (David Lee!).

10th: SB Nation. Mike Prada breaks down Chris Bosh's sensational opener against the Washington Wizards, which showcased his full offensive arsenal and how Erik Spoelstra intends to deploy it now that Bosh is the Miami Heat's No. 1 option.

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11/01/2014 12:25 AM
NHL Three Stars: Perry annoys Dallas (again); Johnny Gaudreau, have mercy; Detroit lights up LA
DETROIT, MI - OCTOBER 31: Gustav Nyquist #14 of the Detroit Red Wings celebrates his first period goal with teammates Pavel Datsyuk #13 and Justin Abdelkader #8 during a NHL game against the Los Angeles Kings on October 31, 2014 at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit, Michigan. (Dave Reginek/NHLI via Getty Images)

No. 1 Star: Gustav Nyquist, Detroit Red Wings

Detroit put up four goals on Los Angeles in the first period. Nyquist had two of the goals, both on the power play, and one assist for a three point night. Pavel Datsyuk also had three points.

No. 2 Star: Johnny Gaudreau, Calgary Flames

On Halloween, it's more than appropriate to say, "Heeeere's Johnny", after the evening the kid had. First he shows off his insane puck handling skills. Then he goes on to score the game winning goal on a helluva play.

No. 3 Star: Corey Perry, Anaheim Ducks

Dallas, amongst other cities, really don't care for Corey Perry. This won't help. Perry ">provided the key assist on the Anaheim overtime winner scored by Nate Thompson, but the thing that really pissed Dallas off was the goal Perry scored earlier and the 'shhh' hand gesture he made afterwards.

Honorable Mention: If you didn't see it earlier, fans at The Joe gave Gordie Howe a 'get well soon' tribute ... Alec Martinez scored one of the two goals for LA in a 5-2 losing effort in Detroit, but at least he looked cool flying through the air ...

... Daniel Winnik (playing in his 500th NHL game), Phil Kessel, and Nazem Kadri all stepped up for the Leafs in the wake of the Joffrey Lupul broken hand announcement, and had three points each in Toronto's 4-1 win over a depleted Columbus squad ... One thing going right for the Blue Jackets is Ryan Johansen. The forward has played in 10 games this season and has a point in all 10 of them. QUICK! Someone put him in a protective bubble ... James Neal scored two goals in the Predators 4-3 loss to the Flames ... Antoine Roussel tied the game for Dallas with just under 5:30 to go in the third. Anaheim would win 2-1 in OT ...

Did You Know? A pane of glass came dislodged with 1:52 left in the first period of the Kings/Detroit game. Instead of waiting for it to be fixed, the teams went to the locker room for intermission. The remainder of the period was played at the beginning of the second period, and then a full 20 minutes was put up to play the second. Got all that? It was weird.

Dishonorable Mention: Calgary's Michael Ferland had to leave his first ever NHL game with an 'upper-body injury' after taking this whack to the face from Nashville's Anton Volchenkov. No penalty on the play; however, it looks somewhat similar to the hit that just earned Alexandre Burrows a two game suspension ...

... Columbus's Curtis McElhinney stopped 23 of 27 Toronto shots; he'll be filling in while regular netminder Sergei Bobrovsky is out of the lineup ... Another questionable hit came from the Kings and Red Wings game. Jordan Nolan lined-up Darren Helm and sent him into the glass with his head whipping violently sideways. Helm was okay, but a small riot insued on the ice afterwards ...

 

 

 

 

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11/01/2014 12:25 AM
NHL Three Stars: Perry annoys Dallas (again); Johnny Gaudreau, have mercy; Detroit lights up LA
DETROIT, MI - OCTOBER 31: Gustav Nyquist #14 of the Detroit Red Wings celebrates his first period goal with teammates Pavel Datsyuk #13 and Justin Abdelkader #8 during a NHL game against the Los Angeles Kings on October 31, 2014 at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit, Michigan. (Dave Reginek/NHLI via Getty Images)

No. 1 Star: Gustav Nyquist, Detroit Red Wings

Detroit put up four goals on Los Angeles in the first period. Nyquist had two of the goals, both on the power play, and one assist for a three point night. Pavel Datsyuk also had three points.

No. 2 Star: Johnny Gaudreau, Calgary Flames

On Halloween, it's more than appropriate to say, "Heeeere's Johnny", after the evening the kid had. First he shows off his insane puck handling skills. Then he goes on to score the game winning goal on a helluva play.

No. 3 Star: Corey Perry, Anaheim Ducks

Dallas, amongst other cities, really don't care for Corey Perry. This won't help. Perry ">provided the key assist on the Anaheim overtime winner scored by Nate Thompson, but the thing that really pissed Dallas off was the goal Perry scored earlier and the 'shhh' hand gesture he made afterwards.

Honorable Mention: If you didn't see it earlier, fans at The Joe gave Gordie Howe a 'get well soon' tribute ... Alec Martinez scored one of the two goals for LA in a 5-2 losing effort in Detroit, but at least he looked cool flying through the air ...

... Daniel Winnik (playing in his 500th NHL game), Phil Kessel, and Nazem Kadri all stepped up for the Leafs in the wake of the Joffrey Lupul broken hand announcement, and had three points each in Toronto's 4-1 win over a depleted Columbus squad ... One thing going right for the Blue Jackets is Ryan Johansen. The forward has played in 10 games this season and has a point in all 10 of them. QUICK! Someone put him in a protective bubble ... James Neal scored two goals in the Predators 4-3 loss to the Flames ... Antoine Roussel tied the game for Dallas with just under 5:30 to go in the third. Anaheim would win 2-1 in OT ...

Did You Know? A pane of glass came dislodged with 1:52 left in the first period of the Kings/Detroit game. Instead of waiting for it to be fixed, the teams went to the locker room for intermission. The remainder of the period was played at the beginning of the second period, and then a full 20 minutes was put up to play the second. Got all that? It was weird.

Dishonorable Mention: Calgary's Michael Ferland had to leave his first ever NHL game with an 'upper-body injury' after taking this whack to the face from Nashville's Anton Volchenkov. No penalty on the play; however, it looks somewhat similar to the hit that just earned Alexandre Burrows a two game suspension ...

... Columbus's Curtis McElhinney stopped 23 of 27 Toronto shots; he'll be filling in while regular netminder Sergei Bobrovsky is out of the lineup ... Another questionable hit came from the Kings and Red Wings game. Jordan Nolan lined-up Darren Helm and sent him into the glass with his head whipping violently sideways. Helm was okay, but a small riot insued on the ice afterwards ...

 

 

 

 

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