Month: October 2022

5:17 PM ET Although the Los Angeles Lakers and Indiana Pacers stepped away from trade talks shortly before training camp that involved Russell Westbrook and draft capital going to Indiana for Myles Turner and Buddy Hield, the Pacers center says it’s a deal that could be worth revisiting. “If I’m the Lakers, I take a
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3:59 PM ET Associated Press ANAHEIM, Calif. — Anaheim Ducks defenseman Jamie Drysdale has a torn labrum in his left shoulder, possibly sidelining him for the rest of the season. Drysdale injured the shoulder during the Ducks’ loss at Vegas this past Friday, and he will have surgery soon, the team announced Monday. He is
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3:12 PM ET Associated Press LONDON — The Davis Cup finals and qualifying matches will become an official part of the ATP Tour calendar in 2023 as part of a partnership between the men’s circuit and the International Tennis Federation announced Monday. The two governing bodies and promoter Kosmos Tennis will work together to try
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3:36 PM BST England will be without Courtney Lawes for their Test match against Argentina on Sunday, but have Jonny May back in the mix just two weeks after he suffered a dislocated elbow. May’s injury was expected to keep him out of England’s autumn series, but the winger has made a rapid recovery. He
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2:04 PM ET Associated Press Thai teenager Atthaya Thitikul reached No. 1 in the women’s world ranking on Monday, the 16th player and second-youngest to get to the top since the ranking began in 2006. Thitikul had a chance to reach No. 1 by winning any of her last three tournaments on the LPGA Tour.
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1:10 PM ET After less than two turbulent seasons, Auburn fired football coach Bryan Harsin on Monday. The decision comes just before the school was expected to name a new athletic director in John Cohen, the former Mississippi State AD, a source told ESPN’s Pete Thamel. Harsin’s firing comes less than 48 hours after the
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Oct 30, 2022 HOUSTON — The Houston Astros rolled through the initial portion of these playoffs like world-beaters. Upsets pervaded the field, knocking off dominant teams in Los Angeles and Atlanta and New York. But the Astros — a 106-win juggernaut in their own right — won each of their first seven games, vaulting themselves
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3:23 AM ET Alaina GetzenbergESPN ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. — The chippiness between Buffalo Bills receiver Stefon Diggs and Green Bay Packers cornerback Jaire Alexander began when both players ran out of the tunnel at the same time for pregame warm-ups. But how it ended? Well, that depends on who you ask. “I don’t give a
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10:09 AM BST Captain Sarah Hunter became the most-capped England international and the most capped-women’s player in history, winning her 138th cap in their 41-5 quarterfinal win over Australia at the Women’s Rugby World Cup. To celebrate, Hunter scored the opening try of a rain-drenched match in which England’s forward power and precision in marginal
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10:33 PM ET Kendra AndrewsESPN DETROIT — The Golden State Warriors suffered their second straight loss and third on the road Sunday night, falling to the Detroit Pistons 128-114 to drop to 3-4 on the season. Just one week into the season, the Warriors have been plagued by the same issues through all of their
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