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Inmate backed by WNBA's Moore gains release
WNBA star Maya Moore put her career on hold while working to get Irons' conviction overturned.[read more]
DeRozan: Bubble rules 'frustrating, overwhelming'
San Antonio Spurs guard DeMar DeRozan says some of the NBA's health and safety rules for the bubble are "frustrating and overwhelming."[read more]
Jazz's Mitchell says rapport with Gobert improved
Utah Jazz star Donovan Mitchell can now smile and admit, "It's been a long few months for me."[read more]
Nine more NBA players test positive; total at 25
The nine players to test positive between June 24-29 bring the overall total to 25 players out of a pool of 351 who have been tested since June 23.[read more]
Sources: NFL camps likely to have fewer players
NFL teams will likely bring fewer than the customary 90 players to camp this year due to the coronavirus, sources told ESPN.[read more]
Davis: Lakers' title chances higher after long rest
"I think our chances are higher just because we're all rested and we're all ready to go," Davis said Thursday. "If anything, our chances got higher and it's going to be about just who wants it more."[read more]
Sources: NBA in talks on non-playoff 'bubble'
Details are being discussed for a second bubble for the eight NBA teams not invited to Florida, and some teams continue to push for an alternative plan that would enable them to hold mini-camps within their local markets, sources told ESPN.[read more]
Source: NFL plans to play Black anthem Week 1
The NFL is considering a variety of measures during the upcoming season to recognize victims of recent police brutality, a source familiar with the league's discussions told The Undefeated on Thursday.[read more]
FedEx asks Redskins to get rid of nickname
FedEx, which has naming rights to the stadium in which the Redskins play, has "communicated to the team in Washington our request that they change the team name."[read more]
Rickie Fowler is searching for his game ... has he found it?
He's had to fight through swing changes, and the blisters that come with swing changes, to find his missing game. It's only one round, but perhaps he's located it in Detroit, at a tournament in which his name is on the marquee.[read more]