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McCutchen on the move, other deals percolate at…

Andrew McCutchen moving into Philadelphia's outfield, more talk about a megadeal involving Noah Syndergaard and J.T. Realmuto and veteran pitcher Ivan Nova on the go

Report: USOC and others delayed in response to…

Report: USOC, other Olympic leaders delayed in response to Nassar allegations

Blue Jays Release Troy Tulowitzki, Still Owe Him…

Troy Tulowitzki adds his name to the list of professional athletes released while still being owed a lot of money.

ICC: Former Central African Republic militia leader arrested

ICC: Former Central African Republic militia leader, country's top soccer official, arrested

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IOC eases off support for electronic gaming as Olympic event

The International Olympic Committee has slowed its support for recognizing electronic gaming as a sport

Planet Futbol: Can MLS Really Support 28 (Or More…

Jason Davis of Sirius XM and Compass Football joins Planet Futbol and discusses expansion in MLS, including commissioner Don Garber's recent comments about expanding past the original goal of 28 teams in MLS.

Roddick returns for exhibition match to start New…

Andy Roddick is coming back to New York and wants to bring his game with him

Ethiopia's top Paralympian now living as refugee…

Two years after he won Ethiopia's only medal at the Rio de Janeiro Paralympics, Tamiru Kefeyalew is still in Brazil and still searching for a better life

Adam Ottavino Wouldn't Be the First Pitcher to…

Free agent pitcher Adam Ottavino said that if Babe Ruth played in the majors today, he would strike out Ruth every time he faced him. Well, according to Baseball Reference, after 1925, five pitchers actually did just that.

A look at the unbeaten and the winless in college…

From Buffalo to Alabama A&M, a look at the unbeaten and the winless in college basketball

Bach and IOC: No Olympic city ever as ready as…

IOC President Thomas Bach and other International Olympic Committee members are calling Tokyo the best prepared host city in recent memory

Looking Back at LeBron's Best Performances in MSG…

After the Lakers' win over the Heat, LeBron James told Dwyane Wade that the duo's last meeting could only have come in Staples Center or "in the Garden." Here's a look back at The King's best performances in MSG.

NBA-best Raptors hand Clippers worst loss of…

Serge Ibaka had 25 points and nine rebounds, and the Toronto Raptors cruised past the Los Angeles Clippers 123-99 without injured Kawhi Leonard

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SKorean curling official leaves sport over abuse suspicions

A beleaguered South Korean curling official says he and his family will leave the sport for good as the government investigates their alleged abusive treatment of the "Garlic Girls," the country's hugely popular Olympic silver medalists

Reacting To The NFL Week 15 Opening Lines

After a wild week 14 where many of the top Super Bowl contenders failed to pick up a win, The Line's Priya Desai takes a look at how this week's results affected the lines for NFL Week 15. For more of The Line subscribe to SI TV.

Chiefs supplant Rams atop AP Pro32 poll; Saints…

Kansas City Chiefs on top of AP Pro32 poll; Saints remain No. 2; Rams fall to No. 3, Chargers move up to No. 4.

IOC human rights advisory committee to start with…

The IOC has set up an advisory committee on human rights

Report: Raiders Fire GM Reggie McKenzie

With only three games remaining in the 2018 NFL regular season, the Oakland Raiders' have reportedly fired GM Reggie McKenzie.

Roethlisberger OK, Boswell not as Steelers weigh…

The Pittsburgh Steelers are weighing changes thanks to a three-game losing streak

Whither Olympic boxing: Will it be in Tokyo, or not?

The IOC wants boxing held in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, but it can't promise that it will be

Does Eagles' Malcolm Jenkins Have a Point About…

Philadelphia Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins didn't mince words after a controversial loss to the Dallas Cowboys. Former New York Giants running back Tiki Barber has a theory about why refereeing has been a hot topic this season.

Penn ends No. 17 Villanova's city supremacy in 78…

AJ Brodeur and Antonio Woods each scored 16 points as Penn beat No. 17 Villanova 78-75 on Tuesday night, the Quakers first win over the Wildcats since 2002

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IOC orders inquiry into troubled amateur boxing body AIBA

The International Olympic Committee has ordered an inquiry into the amateur boxing federation, which elected an alleged heroin trafficker as president four weeks ago

Redskins Are Being Negligent With Their…

The Washington Redskins appear ready to start the inexperienced Josh Johnson at quarterback after Mark Sanchez proved ineffective under center. At what point does the team's refusal to reach out to Colin Kaepernick show negligence?

Cubs' Maddon studying 'Managing Millennials for Dummies'

Chicago Cubs manager Joe Maddon is studying the book "Managing Millennials for Dummies." Maddon turns 65 just before spring training and is heading into the final season of his contract