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- Lebron Wire
Here is what the NBA had to say about the Indiana Pacers fans that LeBron James told referees to eject.
Get ready to say, "Aww!"
- The Providence Journal
More than 20 years ago, Mike Moffitt started getting a lot of calls from a Florida phone number from a woman trying to reach her daughter.
- The Providence Journal
Mark Daniels' take on Mac Jones, New England Patriots rookie quarterback, who continues to make other teams look bad for passing on him in the NFL Draft.
- The Oklahoman
Taking a look at five candidates to replace Oklahoma head coach Lincoln Riley.
- AZCentral | The Arizona Republic
The Arizona Cardinals' Kyler Murray sent out a tweet on Sunday evening. That tweet sent Twitter into a tailspin.
- The Wrap
“I f---ed up on how I handled that,” director tells Vanity Fair
- NBC Sports BayArea
Steph Curry was having a fine game against the Clippers heading into the fourth quarter. Then a technical foul was called, and his spark was lit.
- Sooners Wire
Statements from the University of Oklahoma in the wake of Lincoln Riley's departure for USC.
- College Football News
Bowl Projections and College Football Playoff Picks: Week 13. They're the last big bowl projections before it all comes out next Sunday.
Boba Fett recalls being “left for dead on the sands of Tatooine” in a new teaser for Disney+‘s upcoming offshoot of The Mandalorian. He of the unreliable jet pack famously toppled into a hungry, hungry Sarlacc pit in Star Wars: Episode VI — Return of The Jedi, and yet he resurfaced in Season 2 of […]
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Wall Street has known its share of legends, but few of them have made as big a splash as “the Man Who Broke the Bank of England.” That nickname belongs to George Soros who earned the tag after famously betting against the British Pound in 1992; following the Black Wednesday crash, the hedge fund manager pocketed a $1 billion in a single day. This is the stuff that Wall Street legends are made of. By then Soros was already incredibly successful and in the midst of steering his Quantum Fund to dec
- Madame Noire
Venus And Serena’s Half-Sister Slams ‘King Richard’ Biopic: ‘Those Girls Rose To The Top While His Children Had To Suffer’
Sabrina Williams's late mother, Betty Johnson, was married to the former tennis coach in the early sixties. The couple had four children together shortly before Williams allegedly walked out on his family according to the Wimbledon champs estranged sister.
"Congrats guys!" Charli XCX wrote on Instagram, sharing an outtake of her wardrobe malfunction at the ARIA Music Awards, in which she suffered a nip slip while presenting an award to Justin Bieber
- Star Tribune (Minneapolis)
1. Cousins says prayer is a 'big part' of his durability Sunday's 34-26 loss to the 49ers at Levi's Stadium was Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins' 115th start (56-57-2) out of 116 regular-season games since becoming a starter in Washington in 2015. He's 30-27-1 as a Viking and was 26-30-1 with Washington. The only game he missed came in Week 17 of the 2019 season when Vikings coach Mike Zimmer ...
- LA Times
Patience and a well-timed recruiting pitch helped USC lure Lincoln Riley away from Oklahoma, sending shockwaves through the college football world.
- The Daily Advertiser
LSU offensive line coach Brad Davis will coach the Tigers in the bowl game.
- The Columbus Dispatch
Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh added some trash talk of his own following the Wolverines' upset of Ohio State.
As we’ve documented on several occasions now, 2021’s lucrative book-to-TV-and-movie adaptation train keeps rolling right along — powered by our incessant need for new streaming content, as well as source material for the big-budget theatrical fare we all enjoy. One of the best recent examples of this is Fever Dream, a Netflix original movie that … The post This twisted Netflix psychological horror movie has everyone talking appeared first on BGR.