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Daily Archives: 2nd February 2018

Milwaukee Bucks guard Malcolm Brogdon exits game with quad strain

Milwuakee Bucks guard and former Kia Rookie of the Year Malcolm Brogdon exited Thursday’s game with a left quad tendon strain. Malcolm Brogdon has a left quad tendon strain and will not return tonight. — Milwaukee Bucks (@Bucks) February 2, 2018 The second-year guard appeared to suffer the injury while converting a non-contact, breakaway layup. After being attended to by ...

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MLB is reportedly considering bringing back bullpen carts to improve pace of play

One of the ongoing storylines of baseball’s offseason centers around the league’s desire to improve pace of play. Earlier Thursday, word surfaced that commissioner Rob Manfred had proposed some alterations to the players — including the chance to delay or put off a pitch clock. The players have their own ideas on how to speed up the games. A suggestion ...

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Bradford has career-high 31 in ETSU's 96-76 victory (Feb 01, 2018)

JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. (AP) Desonta Bradford had career highs of 31 points and five 3-pointers and East Tennessee State remained unbeaten in the Southern Conference with a 96-76 victory over Samford on Thursday night. Bradford made 12 of 16 shots, including 5 of 9 from the arc, and added four assists and three steals for the Buccaneers (20-4, 11-0), who ...

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Canadians Had Strong Feelings About ‘O Canada’ Lyric Changes, Letters To Trudeau Show

OTTAWA — Altering the lyrics to “O Canada” struck a chord with hundreds of Canadians last year who wrote to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau with their suggestions for lyrical changes. Letters released to HuffPost Canada under the Access to Information Act show that the discussion over updating the national anthem — spurred by the late Grit MP Mauril Bélanger’s private ...

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‘Eerily familiar’: For GOP, deadly train wreck brings a chilling reminder of baseball field shooting

CHARLOTTESVILLE — Just over an hour into the train ride from Washington to West Virginia, Republican lawmakers traveling to their annual retreat were settling in for the long excursion, chatting with colleagues or family or simply stretching their legs. Without warning, the train slammed into a white garbage truck. “It was quite a jolt,” said Rep. Tom Cole (Okla.). “It ...

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Bridgewater's contract status unclear due to time spent on PUP list

Minnesota Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater could become a free agent during the 2018 signing period, a decision that will ultimately be left up to the NFL and NFLPA, general manager Rick Spielman said Thursday via <a href="… NFL | theScore

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