Month: December 2018

12:54 PM GMT Harlequins have suspended Dave Ward for one game after the hooker was shown a yellow card for stamping on Wasps’ Thomas Young at Twickenham Saturday. Ward also appeared to spit at Young, an incident which was missed by referee Craig Maxwell-Keys but was shown on television, although the Harlequins player denied that
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9:09 AM ET Tennessee Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota is not expected to play Sunday night against the Indianapolis Colts primarily because of a nerve condition caused by a stinger, which has his overall playing status in jeopardy, sources familiar with his injury told ESPN. Mariota is officially listed as questionable and reportedly will test his
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Dec 28, 2018 Nick DePaulaESPN Over the course of LeBron James‘ career, he has worn sneakers incorporating themes based on everything from his favorite cereals, movies and cartoons to the favored cities and cultures that his global travels had opened his teenage phenom eyes to. By the time he had reached his 10th model, there
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7:40 AM ET Associated Press TOKYO — Floyd Mayweather is promising entertainment when he fights Japanese kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa in three rounds of exhibition boxing on New Year’s Eve, but not necessarily a knockout. “If it happens, it happens,” Mayweather said Saturday when asked whether he was going to knock out Nasukawa. But the American
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7:34 AM ET Junior lightweight world titlist Masayuki Ito returned home for his first defense and laid a beating on mandatory challenger Evgeny Chuprakov en route to a seventh-round knockout victory on Sunday at the Ota City General Gymnasium in Tokyo. Ito systematically broke down Chuprakov in a dominating performance before Chuprakov’s corner threw in
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3:00 AM ET The Report by Sam Perry Hobart Hurricanes 4 for 110 (Doolan 41*, Agar 2-19) beat Perth Scorchers 8 for 107 (Agar 32, Meredith 3-15) by six wickets The Hobart Hurricanes easily accounted for the Perth Scorchers in Launceston, after a destructive first innings opening spell followed by a controlled hand from D’Arcy
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2:25 AM ET MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. — Alabama starting linebacker Christian Miller will have an MRI on his injured hamstring, and his status is uncertain for the national championship game against Clemson, coach Nick Saban said after the Crimson Tide’s 45-34 win over Oklahoma. No grumbling over the fourth Alabama-Clemson CFP game. Fans are about
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1:30 AM ET LOS ANGELES — Through it all, Jon Jones has always considered himself to be the UFC’s true light heavyweight champion. Now it’s official again. Jones (23-1, 1 NC) reclaimed his 205-pound title on Saturday in a dominant, third-round finish against Alexander Gustafsson (18-5). The title bout headlined UFC 232 at The Forum
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12:57 AM ET Indianapolis Colts tight end Eric Ebron and wide receiver T.Y. Hilton are both expected to play Sunday night against the Tennessee Titans, a source told ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Tennessee’s confident, young cornerback was beaten by the Colts’ star WR in Week 11. Jackson gets a shot at redemption with a playoff berth
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12:00 AM ET So you’re sick and tired of watching Alabama play Clemson for the College Football Playoff National Championship, huh? Do you really want to watch Notre Dame play the Crimson Tide? Or Michigan square up with Clemson? Yeah, didn’t think so. Instead of complaining about the sport’s lack of parity and how it’s
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11:42 PM ET PORTLAND, Ore. — Golden State Warriors swingman Andre Iguodala was ejected from Saturday night’s game against the Portland Trail Blazers for a ‘hostile act’ after tossing the ball about 20 rows deep into the stands after the buzzer went at the end of the first half. Iguodala was assessed a technical foul
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11:46 PM ET Associated Press SEATTLE — The Seattle Mariners say they fired high-performance director Lorena Martin this season in part because she created a hostile work environment and ignored recommended treatments for injured players issued by team doctors. The Mariners’ claims were revealed in a filing in King County Superior Court in response to
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