Month: November 2019

3:39 PM ET New York Jets tight end Chris Herndon, who made his 2019 debut Sunday, is likely done for the season after fracturing a rib. It’s the same prognosis for right guard Brian Winters, who re-dislocated a shoulder and may require surgery — which clouds his future with the team. The Jets (2-7) are
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3:28 PM ET Don Cherry, the iconic Canadian hockey commentator, has been fired by Sportsnet for his on-air remarks on Saturday that alleged that the country’s immigrants don’t properly honor fallen soldiers. Cherry, 85, used his “Coach’s Corner” segment on “Hockey Night In Canada” to criticize individuals who didn’t wear poppy pins leading up the
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2:52 PM ET SAN FRANCISCO — Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green will play against the Utah Jazz on Monday night after missing the last five games because of a torn ligament in his left finger. “It’s improved,” Green said of his finger after Monday’s shootaround. “It’s not all the way 100 percent. I’ll be
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1:26 PM GMT Firdose Moonda Umar Farooq AB de Villiers will be released from the Lahore Qalandars roster ahead of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) Draft, with ESPNcricinfo learning that “managing workload” is the reason for the South African superstar reconsidering his plans. De Villiers hasn’t played representative cricket since turning out for Middlesex in
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2:27 AM ET LOS ANGELES — Following a 113-104 loss to the Toronto Raptors on Sunday, Los Angeles Lakers star Anthony Davis admitted he is still feeling discomfort in his right shoulder that he jammed on a missed dunk attempt two weeks ago. “There’s really never a play I don’t feel it,” Davis said. He
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11:08 PM ET After a 21-point blowout loss at home to the Cleveland Cavaliers on Sunday, New York Knicks president Steve Mills and general manager Scott Perry addressed the media to express their displeasure with the team’s struggles. “We’re not happy with where we are,” said Mills. “This is not where we expected to be
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