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On Monday, Kobe Bryant admitted for the first time that he still wants to play for USA basketball at the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. Which means someone in control of the team needs to tell him something he probably hasn't heard in a long time.
It was the play heard around the world.
With less than a minute remaining in Super Bowl 49, the Seattle Seahawks had the ball on the one-yard line with three plays and, crucially, just one time-out to punch it into the end zone.
Super Bowl 49 didn’t go well for the Seattle Seahawks, but for one Seahawks player, the result of the game was just adding salt to the wound.
Jeremy Lane was well on his way to having a terrific Super Bowl performance after intercepting a throw from Tom Brady of the New England Patriots in the first quarter.
However, on the interception return, he was tackled and suffered a gruesome arm injury that would put him out of action for months.
In a post-game interview with ESPN's Lisa Salters after the Texans' 10-6 win over the Bengals on Monday night, Texans star defensive end JJ Watt made a fairly innocuous statement about opposing quarterback Andy Dalton.
"Our goal was to come out here and make the Red Rifle look like a Red Ryder BB gun," Watt said.
*Written a year ago*
The San Francisco 49ers placed their starting quarterback, Colin Kaepernick, on the season ending injured reserve Saturday, concluding a terrible 2015 season for a player many once thought would revolutionize the game.
There is new speculation that former Yankee, and now current Mariner second baseman Robinson Cano, wants to go back to New York and play again for his former team.
The rumor was first reported by John Harper of the NY Daily News, who stated that a source close to the situation said...
On Sunday, Cam Newton led the undefeated Carolina Panthers to a gritty divisional win against the New Orleans Saints in a shootout, to remain the only unbeaten team in the NFL.
America, take notice, because this is no fluke.
LeBron James has his fair share of critics, of that there is no doubt. However, after one brief moment in TD Garden Tuesday night, all that might have changed.