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3:05 PM ET Portland Trail Blazers forward Nassir Little — one of the breakout young players in the league this season — will likely be out for the rest of the season with a left shoulder labral tear, sources told ESPN on Thursday. The Blazers announced the injury without a timetable for his return, but
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11:48 PM ET OWINGS MILLS, Md. — The Baltimore Ravens hired Mike Macdonald as their new defensive coordinator Thursday night, creating some team history in the process. Macdonald, 34, becomes the youngest coordinator in the franchise’s 26-year existence, taking over a defense that has built a reputation for ranking among the NFL’s best. He is
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6:12 PM ET Dallas Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy has been told that he will return in 2022, a source confirmed to ESPN’s Ed Werder on Thursday. Cowboys owner/general manager Jerry Jones has so far declined to commit to McCarthy’s return publicly after Dallas’ playoff exit with a wild-card round loss to the San Francisco
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11:10 PM ET European duo Kristina Mladenovic and Ivan Dodig have made light work of home pairing Jaimee Fourlis and Jason Kubler to claim the mixed doubles title at the Australian Open. The French-Croatian combination, who linked up for the first time at Melbourne Park, comfortably ensured a local team lost the final for the
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8:51 PM ET Associated Press SAN DIEGO — Top-ranked Jon Rahm and Justin Thomas made the birdies they needed to keep pace on the easier North Course at Torrey Pines on Thursday and shared the lead with hard-charging Adam Schenk after two rounds of the Farmers Insurance Open. Schenk made eight straight birdies to shoot
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5:09 PM GMT English Premiership club Exeter Chiefs will drop their Native American-themed branding in the summer after criticism from fans, the club announced on Thursday. The club said its new branding would feature the Celtic Iron Age Dumnonii Tribe which once inhabited Devon and Cornwall. “Times are changing and so are we — now
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2:42 PM ET Associated Press PITTSBURGH — Gene Clines, part of the first all-minority lineup in Major League Baseball history and a line-drive-hitting outfielder for the 1971 World Series champion Pirates, died Thursday. He was 75. Clines’ wife, Joanne, told the Pirates that Clines died at his home in Bradenton, Florida, the team’s longtime spring
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