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05/07/2015 01:38 AM
Hank the Ballpark Pup transitions to Miller Park security dog — kinda

(AP)Despite the wishes of millions all over the world, Hank the Ballpark Pup did not receive serious consideration to become the Milwaukee Brewers new manager this week. General manager Doug Melvin and owner Mark Attanasio instead opted to go the traditional route, hiring former major leaguer Craig Counsell.

We hope they know what they're doing. So far, Counsell had led to the Brewers to a 2-1 record against the Los Angeles Dodgers, including a win in a game started by Clayton Kershaw. But it won't always go that smoothly. 

With that in mind though, it appears Hank is at least "under consideration" for another promotion at Miller Park.

In the video included below — which is actually an ad for Hank's bobblehead night on May 10 — the Brewers are looking to transition our four-legged friend from official Ballpark pup and mascot to lead security dog in charge of keeping all who visit Miller Park safe.

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It's a bit of an uphill battle taking Hank's mind off his three favoritie pastimes — eating, sleeping, and, well, you can probably guess the other — to test his agility, speed and endurance. But once he was on board he attacked it with the same mix of ferociousness and cuteness that made him an immediate favorite last spring.

Unfortunately, he didn't bring the same ambition when tasked with running down the faux intruder. Perhaps if they'd put the "fan" in Cubs or Cardinals garb, there were would have been more urgency on Hank's end.

Probably not though. Honestly, Hank's biggest downfall is that he's a bigger fan of humans than most actual humans, especially those who work in the security field and deal with humans every day. It's a great disposition to have in life, but it'll make him a life long "work-in-progress" in security or managing a baseball team for that matter.

He's best suited being good ole Hank the Ballpark Pup. 

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05/06/2015 08:51 PM
Paternity test shows La'el Collins was not the father of Brittney Mills' child

According to a report, a paternity test showed that LSU offensive lineman La'el Collins was not the father of Brittney Mills' child. Mills was shot and killed on April 24, and Collins was questioned by investigators in Baton Rouge. Collins also passed a polygraph test.

ESPN's Josina Anderson reported that news, via Collins' representatives. NFL Network's Albert Breer, citing Baton Rouge Police Department, confirmed the results of the paternity test. 

Collins not being the father doesn't necessarily clear him of any wrongdoing, and the accuracy of polygraph tests have been debated for a while. The polygraph test was administered by an independent investigator in Mills' case, Anderson reported. But Collins, who has never been named a suspect in the case, continues to try to clear his name, which would mean NFL suitors would start officially lining up to sign the offensive tackle who was once considered a first-round lock.

Collins didn't get drafted at all. He left the draft in Chicago to answer questions by the authorities and submit to a paternity test, and NFL teams avoided avoided drafting him because of the uncertainty. Brenton Mills, the child that was born after Mills was killed, has died as well and the New Orleans Times-Picayune said the baby's death has also been ruled a homicide.

NFL teams have been proceeding slowly. There have been reports of interest from teams, rumors that NFL players have been trying to recruit Collins, and Buffalo Bills coach Rex Ryan said he had dinner with Collins. The Dallas Cowboys have a meeting planned with Collins, The Advocate in Baton Rouge said. The Advocate also said that "almost every" NFL team has contacted Collins.

Collins has already lost millions of dollars but he can sign with a team as an undrafted free agent, presumably after he is fully cleared by Baton Rouge authorities, albeit for a lot less money than he would have made as a first-round pick.

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05/07/2015 01:52 AM
Rockets ride FTs, strong 2nd half to Game 2 win, draw even with CP3-less Clippers

HOUSTON, TX - MAY 06: James Harden #13 of the Houston Rockets reacts to a play late in the second half against the Los Angeles Clippers during Game Two in the Western Conference Semifinals of the 2015 NBA Playoffs on May 6, 2015 at the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and/or using this photograph, user is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement. (Photo by Scott Halleran/Getty Images)The Houston Rockets have avoided an unmitigated disaster. Facing a nine-point halftime deficit and a potential 2-0 hole to the Los Angeles Clippers despite the absence of the injured Chris Paul, the Rockets finally started playing with a sense of urgency and worked their way to a 115-109 Game 2 win at the Toyota Center. Houston evened the series with a combination of their strengths — plenty of trips to the free-throw line and game-changing dribble penetration from MVP runner-up James Harden. It wasn't always pretty or fun to watch, but it was necessary to keep the series competitive.

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At the same time, the narrow result arguably represented a moral victory for the Clippers, who followed up their very surprising Game 1 win with another competitive performance on the road without their all-world point guard. Blake Griffin was masterful in the first half before losing steam and seeing better coverage in the second, and the Clippers appear in excellent position to take control of the series should CP3 be able to return for Friday's Game 3. The Rockets pulled out a necessary win on Wednesday, but the pressure is still on them to take a game at Staples Center and regain homecourt advantage.

During the first quarter, it looked as if the win would come a little more easily. Two days after failing to do much of anything well in a disappointing loss, Houston looked in control of the proceedings and ended the opening period with a 35-24 lead. Harden shot an adequate 2-of-6 from the field (including 0-of-4 on threes) but took five free throws to end the quarter with nine points. In a way, the attempt to score was more important than the scoring itself. Those numbers fell just seven field goals and one free throw shy of Harden's total attempts in Game 1, a positive indicator for the team's success. The Rockets approached the start of Game 2 with a plan they lacked previously, attacking the basket and creating opportunities. There was a mix of success (22 points in the paint) and failure (1-of-9 on threes), but it was a clear improvement. If not for 14 points from Griffin, the Clippers would have been in even worse.

The second quarter snuffed out whatever good feelings the first seemed to offer Houston. Los Angeles took the lead after less than four minutes of play and continued to roll from there, putting up 41 points on 16-of-21 shooting (4-of-7 from deep). Griffin made all six of his attempts in the quarter to finish with 26 first-half points, a new career high for a half. His play over the playoffs continues to be a revelation, a combination of scoring and facilitation from the power forward spot that we only really see when LeBron James plays there in a small lineup. With Griffin dominating, the Clippers didn't even seem to miss Paul. They had the superstar necessary to win a tough playoff game on the road.

It helped that the Rockets defense turned into a sieve, with perimeter defenders allowing many players to get to the hoop to open up good looks around the floor. Up until this point, the Rockets defense had not played with the necessary urgency for any sustained stretch of the series. Down 65-56 at the break, they looked in serious danger of leaving Houston without a win.

They started to regain control of the must-win game with copious trips to the foul line. Although Harden and Dwight Howard both picked up their fourth fouls over the first few minutes of the third quarter, the Rockets managed to manufacture points by entering the bonus after only 2:30 of play. The Rockets got to the line 21 times in the period (making 15 of them) even though Harden, the NBA's leader in foul shots this season, sat for roughly 8 1/2 minutes. The Rockets ended up at an absurd 42-of-64 from the line on the night (albeit with 21 attempts from the intentionally fouled Howard), enough to give them a consistent stream of points when they needed them most.

These steady trips to the foul line coincided with a dip in form from Griffin, who shot just 2-of-9 in the second half while being covered by Howard, Trevor Ariza (who fronted the post), and the occasional double team. It's hard to fault Griffin for the fatigue given all he has done for the Clippers in these two games without Paul (plus the previous series against the Spurs), but those struggles essentially doomed the Clippers on a night when many other key players struggled to score. Primary perimter threats Jamal Crawford and J.J. Redick combined to shoot just 9-of-32 on field goals and 3-of-14 from beyond the arc, and only DeAndre Jordan (16 points and 12 rebounds) really joined Griffin in having a quality offensive game.

Nevertheless, the Rockets still needed a terrific fourth quarter from Harden to put the win. He scored 16 of his 32 points in the final period to retake the lead and fend off several Clippers comeback attempts, including a late charge that cut the margin to 109-105 with 1:27 on the clock. Along with another fine performance from the rejuvenated Howard (24 points, 16 rebounds, four blocks), the Rockets closed out a very important win to give their season renewed life.

Yet their performances in these two games should cause significant worry about what might happen if Chris Paul is able to return for the rest of the series. The Rockets have impressed only occasionally and relied on a very tightly called second half to take the initiative on Wednesday. While certain problems like 5-of-26 three-point shooting might fall off with marginally better shooting, Houston was in prime position to win both these games with Paul unavailable. Instead, they struggled to a split and now must win a road game against what looks like a very confident Clippers team.

Game 2 was undoubtedly full of good signs for the Rockets. They will need many more of them on Thursday.

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05/06/2015 10:51 PM
NHL Three Stars: Holtby clamps Rangers; Johnson strikes Habs

No. 1 Star: Braden Holtby, Washington Capitals

Stopped 28 of 29 Rangers shots on goal in Washington’s 2-1 victory. The win for the Caps gives them a commanding 3-1 series lead over New York. Holtby has been Washington’s best player, allowing five goals in four games against New York. One of his saves Wednesday was a penalty shot. During that stretch he has a .960 save percentage.

No. 2 Star, Tyler Johnson, Tampa Bay Lightning

The young forward delivered his eighth goal of the playoffs, with 1.1 seconds left in the third period to give Tampa a 2-1 win and a 3-0 series lead over Montreal. He now has 11 points in 10 playoff games for Tampa this year.  

No. 3. Star: Andre Burakovsky, Washington Capitals

The 20-year-old forward scored both of the Caps’ goals to help give Holtby enough support for the win. They were Burakovky’s first two goals of his playoff career. He has three points in four games against the Rangers this series.

Honorable Mention: Rangers forward Derick Brassard scored his fifth goal of the playoffs … New York goaltender Henrik Lundqvist stopped 28 of 30 Caps shots on goal in the loss … Tampa forward Steven Stamkos notched an assist … Lightning forward Alex Killorn scored a goal and fellow forward Ondrej Palat notched an assist … Brendan Gallagher scored Montreal’s only goal of the night.

Did You Know?: Johnson has three game-winning goals in his playoff career (14 games) and 10 in 173 regular season games. Think he’s clutch eh?

Dishonorable Mention: Montreal goaltender Carey Price stopped 17 of 19 Tampa shots on goal. He has an .853 save percentage this series … Montreal defensemen Andrei Markov and P.K. Subban were each a minus-2 … Montreal forward Max Pacioretty has one goal this series for the Canadiens … New York forward Rick Nash has one goal in nine games. 

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05/07/2015 01:52 AM
Rockets ride FTs, strong 2nd half to Game 2 win, draw even with CP3-less Clippers

HOUSTON, TX - MAY 06: James Harden #13 of the Houston Rockets reacts to a play late in the second half against the Los Angeles Clippers during Game Two in the Western Conference Semifinals of the 2015 NBA Playoffs on May 6, 2015 at the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and/or using this photograph, user is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement. (Photo by Scott Halleran/Getty Images)The Houston Rockets have avoided an unmitigated disaster. Facing a nine-point halftime deficit and a potential 2-0 hole to the Los Angeles Clippers despite the absence of the injured Chris Paul, the Rockets finally started playing with a sense of urgency and worked their way to a 115-109 Game 2 win at the Toyota Center. Houston evened the series with a combination of their strengths — plenty of trips to the free-throw line and game-changing dribble penetration from MVP runner-up James Harden. It wasn't always pretty or fun to watch, but it was necessary to keep the series competitive.

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At the same time, the narrow result arguably represented a moral victory for the Clippers, who followed up their very surprising Game 1 win with another competitive performance on the road without their all-world point guard. Blake Griffin was masterful in the first half before losing steam and seeing better coverage in the second, and the Clippers appear in excellent position to take control of the series should CP3 be able to return for Friday's Game 3. The Rockets pulled out a necessary win on Wednesday, but the pressure is still on them to take a game at Staples Center and regain homecourt advantage.

During the first quarter, it looked as if the win would come a little more easily. Two days after failing to do much of anything well in a disappointing loss, Houston looked in control of the proceedings and ended the opening period with a 35-24 lead. Harden shot an adequate 2-of-6 from the field (including 0-of-4 on threes) but took five free throws to end the quarter with nine points. In a way, the attempt to score was more important than the scoring itself. Those numbers fell just seven field goals and one free throw shy of Harden's total attempts in Game 1, a positive indicator for the team's success. The Rockets approached the start of Game 2 with a plan they lacked previously, attacking the basket and creating opportunities. There was a mix of success (22 points in the paint) and failure (1-of-9 on threes), but it was a clear improvement. If not for 14 points from Griffin, the Clippers would have been in even worse.

The second quarter snuffed out whatever good feelings the first seemed to offer Houston. Los Angeles took the lead after less than four minutes of play and continued to roll from there, putting up 41 points on 16-of-21 shooting (4-of-7 from deep). Griffin made all six of his attempts in the quarter to finish with 26 first-half points, a new career high for a half. His play over the playoffs continues to be a revelation, a combination of scoring and facilitation from the power forward spot that we only really see when LeBron James plays there in a small lineup. With Griffin dominating, the Clippers didn't even seem to miss Paul. They had the superstar necessary to win a tough playoff game on the road.

It helped that the Rockets defense turned into a sieve, with perimeter defenders allowing many players to get to the hoop to open up good looks around the floor. Up until this point, the Rockets defense had not played with the necessary urgency for any sustained stretch of the series. Down 65-56 at the break, they looked in serious danger of leaving Houston without a win.

They started to regain control of the must-win game with copious trips to the foul line. Although Harden and Dwight Howard both picked up their fourth fouls over the first few minutes of the third quarter, the Rockets managed to manufacture points by entering the bonus after only 2:30 of play. The Rockets got to the line 21 times in the period (making 15 of them) even though Harden, the NBA's leader in foul shots this season, sat for roughly 8 1/2 minutes. The Rockets ended up at an absurd 42-of-64 from the line on the night (albeit with 21 attempts from the intentionally fouled Howard), enough to give them a consistent stream of points when they needed them most.

These steady trips to the foul line coincided with a dip in form from Griffin, who shot just 2-of-9 in the second half while being covered by Howard, Trevor Ariza (who fronted the post), and the occasional double team. It's hard to fault Griffin for the fatigue given all he has done for the Clippers in these two games without Paul (plus the previous series against the Spurs), but those struggles essentially doomed the Clippers on a night when many other key players struggled to score. Primary perimter threats Jamal Crawford and J.J. Redick combined to shoot just 9-of-32 on field goals and 3-of-14 from beyond the arc, and only DeAndre Jordan (16 points and 12 rebounds) really joined Griffin in having a quality offensive game.

Nevertheless, the Rockets still needed a terrific fourth quarter from Harden to put the win. He scored 16 of his 32 points in the final period to retake the lead and fend off several Clippers comeback attempts, including a late charge that cut the margin to 109-105 with 1:27 on the clock. Along with another fine performance from the rejuvenated Howard (24 points, 16 rebounds, four blocks), the Rockets closed out a very important win to give their season renewed life.

Yet their performances in these two games should cause significant worry about what might happen if Chris Paul is able to return for the rest of the series. The Rockets have impressed only occasionally and relied on a very tightly called second half to take the initiative on Wednesday. While certain problems like 5-of-26 three-point shooting might fall off with marginally better shooting, Houston was in prime position to win both these games with Paul unavailable. Instead, they struggled to a split and now must win a road game against what looks like a very confident Clippers team.

Game 2 was undoubtedly full of good signs for the Rockets. They will need many more of them on Thursday.

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