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  • Wall to be limited at Wizards' camp, no timeline to play

    Wall to be limited at Wizards' camp, no timeline to play

    WASHINGTON (AP) — All-Star guard John Wall will only participate in "bits and pieces" of Washington Wizards training camp as he rebounds from offseason knee surgery. Coach Scott Brooks said there is no official timeline for Wall to be ready for game action. Brooks doesn't know if Wall will play...

  • Capitals use sting of playoff loss to Penguins as motivation

    Capitals use sting of playoff loss to Penguins as motivation

    ARLINGTON, Va. (AP) — When Matt Niskanen contemplated skipping a trip to the gym over the summer, he remembered what happened in May. As the offseason went on, Niskanen thought less and less about the Washington Capitals' loss to the eventual Stanley Cup champion Pittsburgh Penguins. Instead, he...

  • Conor McGregor will get his double-belt shot at UFC's first New York card

    Conor McGregor will get his double-belt shot at UFC's first New York card

    Conor McGregor’s convincing case to pursue his previously delayed bid to simultaneously wear two championship belts officially won over UFC President Dana White on Monday, and McGregor will fight new lightweight champion Eddie Alvarez on Nov. 12 at the organization’s first card in New York. “We...

  • Clippers' Paul Pierce: 'This is it, my final season'

    Clippers' Paul Pierce: 'This is it, my final season'

    Paul Piece, the smooth-shooting small forward who was one of the NBA’s best trash-talkers, announced Monday on the Players’ Tribune that 2016-17 will be his final season after almost two decades of memorable moments made mostly playing for the Boston Celtics. Pierce will retire after having played...

  • Pat Riley says Chris Bosh isn’t in Heat’s plans

    Pat Riley says Chris Bosh isn’t in Heat’s plans

    Chris Bosh has almost certainly played his final game for Miami, with the All-Star forward's latest health setback convincing the Heat that his plan to play again is no longer feasible.  Just like that, the last remaining piece of Miami's “Big Three” grouping is gone.  Heat President Pat Riley...

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