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LeBron’s off-court legacy complements his basketball success

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Ukraine steps up efforts to exclude Russia from Olympics

Ukraine has stepped up efforts to lobby international sports leaders against Russian participation in next year’s Paris Olympics as indications mount that the games could see the biggest boycott since the Cold War More »

 

4th down coaching decisions could prove key in Super Bowl

If the Super Bowl comes down to a key fourth-down decision, that might bode well for the the Philadelphia Eagles More »

 

Ford returns to Formula One in partnership with Red Bull

Ford will return to Formula One as the engine provider for Red Bull Racing in a partnership announced Friday that begins with immediate technical support this season and engines in 2026 More »

 

Hurts ready for historic Super Bowl matchup with Mahomes

Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts is ready for a big matchup in the Super Bowl More »

 

Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes gets back to work for Super Bowl

Patrick Mahomes strolled through Arrowhead Stadium without any issues with his injured right ankle on Thursday, and the Kansas City Chiefs quarterback expects to practice fully in the next 10 days leading up to the Super Bowl More »

 

Bengals' Joe Mixon charged with pointing gun at woman

Cincinnati Bengals running back Joe Mixon has been charged in a warrant with pointing a gun at a woman and threatening her More »

 

Lebioda leads on a day of ever-changing conditions at Pebble

Hank Lebioda knows as well as anyone about change, and not just the Pebble Beach weather More »

 

Kyrgios pleads guilty to assault, has no conviction recorded

Tennis star Nick Kyrgios has pleaded guilty in an Australian court to assaulting a former girlfriend during an argument in his hometown of Canberra in January 2021 More »

 

Embiid, Morant, Brown lead NBA All-Star reserve class

Philadelphia’s Joel Embiid, Oklahoma City’s Shai Gilgeous-Alexander and Portland’s Damian Lillard had to have known they were going to the All-Star Game More »

 

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