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NFL Week 7 predictions: Can the Cardinals clip the Seahawks?
After losing three of their first four, star running back David Johnson the Cardinals may be back on track after beating up on lowly opponents in back-to-back weeks. On Sunday night, though, they'll host a strong Seattle team, which seems to have gotten its offense rolling.
Believe it: Cubs are headed to the World Series after ousting Dodgers
It's really happening. Kyle Hendricks tossed 7 1/3 brilliant innings in which he yielded just two hits, while Wilson Contreras and Anthony Rizzo each blasted home runs as the Chicago Cubs ousted the Los Angeles Dodgers 5-0 in Game 6 of the NLCS on Saturday to clinch their first National League pennant in 71 years.
8 bold predictions for the 2016-17 NBA season: Warriors win total and more
In just a few short days, the NBA season will finally be upon us. Starting Tuesday, we'll have more than seven months to discuss basketball games everyday. But until then, all we can do is anticipate and predict. We've already slated each team with a win total, but we got a bit bolder by making some definitive predictions.
No. 1 Alabama reveals it doesn't need to be perfect to stomp No. 6 Texas A&M
The Crimson Tide showed on Saturday the duality of their reality. They are good enough to go 15–0 and rank as perhaps the best of all of Nick Saban’s national title teams - but there’s also just enough hints of vulnerability.
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Great, Westbrook and the Thunder are screwed thanks to the new SI cover
The Oklahoma City Thunder star, who is set to begin his scintillating Anger Tour without relocated sidekick Kevin Durant, has been on the GQ cover and now, gulp, Sports Illustrated. This is bad, why, you ask? If you've heard of the Sports Illustrated jinx, you know the deal here.
NFL Power Rankings: Cowboys join group of elite teams entering Week 7
Led by Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott, the Dallas Cowboys are one of the best teams in football. And with the way things are going, there's just no way Jerry Jones can re-insert Tony Romo, whenever it is he's ready to return.
Meaningless Case Study: What if LeBron never went to South Beach?
With LeBron James set to begin another season with the Cleveland Cavaliers, let's take a look at what would've happened had the superstar made different choices -- or, simply put, never joined the Miami Heat -- in 2010.