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Baseball's commissioner says talk of a potential strike shows "a fundamental misunderstanding of how you conduct good labor relations."
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Hamidou Diallo paid tribute to Vince Carter on a dunk over "the biggest person in the building." It only gets more impressive when you view the dunk in pieces.
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A Polish soccer club sold for 1 zloty (around 25 cents). It is who paid the money that became a larger issue.
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Hamidou Diallo paid tribute to Vince Carter on a dunk over "the biggest person in the building." It only gets more impressive when you view the dunk in pieces.
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The NFL took a familiar, safe route by settling with Kaepernick. But will he find a job in the league again?
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On the annual bacchanal/business convention known as NBA All-Star Weekend: w/ and Hall of Famer
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“He was a star who burst upon the scene explosively, and maybe he extracted as much justice as he could from this situation,” Ira Glasser, a civil liberties leader, said of Kaepernick's settlement.
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Why was the Kaepernick case settled? “There are broader issues than just money that the league considers,” said the director of the National Sports Law Institute at Marquette University.
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C.C. Sabathia will be back on the mound for the Yankees in 2019. But after that, he announced on Saturday, it's family time. No more baseball.
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"The Coliseum atmosphere is amazing. You feel wanted and loved there."
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NYT Sports Feb 16
The Islanders won't have any more games at Barclays Center in Brooklyn until the playoffs. That's fine with them and their fans. "The Coliseum is where you get that true Islander experience," forward Matt Martin said.
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NYT Sports Feb 16
For Mikaela Shiffrin, a Triumph That Leaves Skiing, and Her, Breathless
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NYT Sports Feb 16
When faced with uncomfortable situations, the N.F.L. sometimes decides that the best thing to do is settle. It did so in 2013, in the concussion lawsuit brought by former players; it did so again on Friday in the Colin Kaepernick case.
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NYT Sports Feb 16
Matt Kuchar said Saturday that he had been stubborn and hard-headed in initially trying to defend the $5,000 he paid a caddie after winning $1.29 million in a tournament in Mexico.
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NYT Sports Feb 16
The Islanders' quirky two-arena situation comes to end, for now, after Saturday’s game in Brooklyn.“I never had a problem with Barclays Center, but the Coliseum is just home,’’ forward Matt Martin said.
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NYT Sports Feb 16
How the Donut Became Auto Racing’s Favorite Celebration
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NYT Sports Feb 16
D’Angelo Russell Is Poetry on the Court. Take It From a Poet.
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NYT Sports Feb 16
“It was a perfect storm of situations where it all worked out,” Patrick Corbin said of his lucrative deal.
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NYT Sports Feb 16
The Yankees' deal with Severino underscored an increasingly wary climate between players and management in baseball. Via :
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NYT Sports Feb 16
“He was a star who burst upon the scene explosively, and maybe he extracted as much justice as he could from this situation,” Ira Glasser, a civil liberties leader, said of Kaepernick's settlement.
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