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Golf Tiptoed Into the Middle East, Then Dived In-Jeff Shain, New York Times.

Drew Brees turns 40: Untold stories of an ultra competitive QB- Mike Triplett, ESPN.

A Pivot Back From Video Feels Unlikely for Sports Media in 2019 Joe Londergan, Front Office Sports

Sarah Thomas makes more NFL history as first female on-field official in playoff game Des Bieler, Washington Post

Mel Stottlemyre, Yankees’ Ace During Lean Years, Dies at 77 New York Times

The Best Superbowl commercials of the 90s according to Ad Meter. USA TODAY.

Nike unwraps iPhone-controlled, self-lacing Adapt BB basketball shoe Apple Insider

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Daily Reads: Duke keeps winning, Mariano Rivera landmark Hall entry, NFL sued by fans

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Duke’s really good. They’ve got a guy there named Coach K and all he does is win….he’s got such a one-and-done NBA factory going it makes Coach Cal’s program in the Bluegrass land look like make-believe playtime. Duke beat Pitt at Pitt Tuesday night.  Zion Williamson, RJ Barrett too much as Duke rolls over Jeff Capel’s Pitt Panthers  News & Observer

Mariano Rivera’s Unanimous Induction Shows An Evolving Cooperstown  FiveThirtyEight.com

Saints season ticket holders sue NFL to have end of Saint-Rams game replayed Yahoo Sports

Although he’ll be yet another great ratings and hype generator, NFL fans actually don’t want Tom Brady in another Super Bowl.

NFL fans overwhelmingly don’t want the Patriots to go to the Super Bowl again SBNation.com

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Daily Reads: End of the Road for Cavs, Red Panda and home run decrease

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LeBron James vs The Warriors has resulted in a 3-0 series lead, and by all accounts, LeBron alone cannot lead the Cavs back from down three games to become the first team win four straight facing elimination.

LeBron had this to say after last night’s 110-102 loss to the Warriors: “The margin of error is very low,” James said of playing Golden State. “It’s almost like playing the Patriots. You just can’t have mistakes. They’re not going to beat themselves. Yahoo Sports.

The Warriors are likely to be NBA title winners for the third time in four years, with no signs of a dynasty stopping.

Red Panda fell off her unicycle during halftime of Game 3. USA TODAY. 

Tiger Woods has parked his Yacht in the Hamptons just ahead of the U.S. Open which begins June 14th in Southampton, NY. The Yacht named privacy is valued at $20 million and has three decks. GOLF.com 

Something has caused the spike in home runs to pause in Major League Baseball writes Jeff Sullivan of FanGraphs.com  In short, it appears the baseballs have more drag this season…curious.

The NBA Players Association voted Donovan Mitchell as the Rookie of the Year and James Harden as the league’s MVP. NBCSports.com  The recognized, official MVP and Rookie of the Year announcement will take place June 25th.

 

 

 

 

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Daily Reads: The Hall of Famer who will play in the U.S. Open and the one who won’t, Belichick doesn’t like fun and more

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Bill Belichick says that the Patriots are not about fun, after former player Lane Johnson said the New England football team was a fear based organization and his time there was miserable. Thursday the Patriots head coach responded to those comments and said “We feel what’s important to us is to win. So that’s really what we’re trying to do.”  USA TODAY

Hall of Fame pitcher John Smoltz has qualified for the Senior U.S. Open. ESPN.com 

Meanwhile, Hall of Fame Quarterback John Elway missed the cut at the Colorado qualifier of the Senior U.S. Open. DenverPost.com 

T.V. Ratings for the NHL Stanley Cup Final and the NBA Finals are up. LATimes.com 

 

 

 

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