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Two Women Refereed An NBA Game Together For The First Time Ever

Two black women did something this week that no other women have done before: They refereed a professional basketball game together. Danielle Scott and Angelica Suffren officiated an NBA Summer League game between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Miami Heat on Tuesday evening. Marc J. Spears, a senior writer for ESPN’s The Defeated website, pointed out the news in ...

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Soto raking his way to best teenage season ever

Playing in the Major Leagues as a teenager is itself quite an accomplishment. Juan Soto, the Nationals’ 19-year-old rookie sensation, isn’t just playing in the Majors. He’s thriving. Through his first 34 career games, Soto has raked his way into contention for the title of best teenage hitter in baseball history. There is a long road to travel to make ...

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Off the Bench podcast: Does James Harden have the right mindset to ever get better on defense?

Carmelo Anthony entered the league as a green teenager in 2003. Fresh off leading Syracuse to its first men’s NCAA championship, he displayed an offensive arsenal that immediately translated to the NBA, averaging 24.3 points over the course of his first four seasons. Anthony, though, never developed his defensive skill set in the way his offense gre… Headlines

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West Game 7 earns TNT NBA's No. 2 audience ever on cable TV

NEW YORK (AP) — Game 7 of the Western Conference finals drew a peak audience of 18 million viewers, making it the second-most watched NBA game in cable TV history. Golden State’s victory over Houston on Monday night to earn a fourth straight trip to The NBA Finals averaged 14.8 million viewers for the TNT telecast, with the peak audience ...

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