ESPN

While LaVar Ball has said he thinks Golden State would be a bad fit for his youngest son, a potential top-five pick, LaMelo Ball said he's his "own man" and will play anywhere.

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USA Today

The Packers will be without LB Christian Kirksey (shoulder injury) for at least one game and maybe more.

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MMA Fighting

Paulo Costa is upset with Israel Adesanya’s post fight antics following their main event battle this past weekend and it didn’t take long for the middleweight champion to respond.

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Fox News

Serena Williams went from a 72-minute struggle of a first set that required a tiebreaker to resolve in her first-round match at the French Open to a lopsided second set in which she did not drop a game.

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BaltimoreRavens.com

Tavon Young has been placed on injured reserve, and experienced special teams player Jordan Richards has joined the 53-man roster.

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NBCSports.com

While the Cowboys had an NFL-high 21,000 fans at their home opener, the Texans played their first home game without fans. Both teams will have fans Sunday. Harris County officials granted the Texans approval for up to 15,000 fans at NRG Stadium for the team’s…

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Welcome to this week’s edition of, “Oops, I got that wrong too ...” Today we’ll spotlight misjudgment of Cam Newton by your friend, Tom. I don’t know about you, but when the Patriots signed Cam Newton my personal jury was out. Some of it had to do with the …

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FantasyPros

While the list of infirm isn’t nearly as long as it was this time last week, we still have another rash of notable injuries to deal with heading into the fourth waiver wire period of the season. Chris Carson, Chris ...

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The Broncos aren’t sure who will start at quarterback in Thursday night’s fall classic against the Jets. Except it won’t be Blake Bortles. Via Andrew Mason of TheDnvr.com, Broncos coach Vic Fangio said he’d either go with Jeff Driskel or Brett Rypien this wee…

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ESPN

LSU became the first defending national champion to lose its season opener in more than two decades Saturday, and coach Ed Orgeron said the responsibility rests with him to turn things around heading into this weekend's game against Vanderbilt.

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ESPN

The Lakers are heavily favored by sportsbooks to win the NBA Finals, but Eastern Conference foe Miami has gotten early support from bettors.

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AL.com

Mississippi State coach Mike Leach wants you on his literal bandwagon, talks about dressing up for Halloween, the same day he plays Alabama.

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AL.com

The Tide travels to Oxford next week for its third game of the season.

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