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Regardless of who wins the Stanley Cup, and when and where it is awarded, the 2019-20 NHL season will forever be remembered for an awakening of the collective consciousness of the hockey community and communities across the world to issues of race, bias, and privilege.Before the tragedy of George Floyd's death, before the mass mobilizations…

NBA Free Agents 2020: Predictions for Fred VanVleet, Joe Harris and More

Kathy Willens/Associated PressThe 2020 edition of NBA free agency is going to be quite a bit different from what we've seen in recent years. For one, it isn't scheduled to kick off until October 18. Second, some of the top players may not be eager to sign new multiyear deals.As an anonymous agent told The…

Mike Gundy’s Contract Supposedly Reduced to 4 Years After Internal Review

Brian Bahr/Getty ImagesOklahoma State head football coach Mike Gundy reportedly had his contract shortened by a year and his salary reduced on his own suggestion following an internal review of the Cowboys' program.Brett McMurphy of Stadium reported the news Friday:Brett McMurphy @Brett_McMurphyMike Gundy’s pay cut was $1 million. “Changes were offered up by Mike Gundy.…

All Eyes on KD

The footage is unremarkable, filmed in standard definition, capturing a slightly random moment. It shows nothing to suggest that Kevin Durant will return at full strength and nothing to suggest that he won't.    ClutchPoints @ClutchPointsAppKevin Durant lookin' pretty good against his new teammates 👀 https://t.co/m41c9W1B2OAll it shows is Durant dribbling slowly, crossing left, running, jumping…

Astros’ Alex Bregman Supposedly Hires Scott Boras as Agent

Tim Daniels@TimDanielsBRTwitter LogoFeatured ColumnistJuly 3, 2020Patrick Semansky/Associated PressHouston Astros third baseman Alex Bregman has reportedly hired Scott Boras as his new agent after parting ways with Brodie Scoffield in May.Chandler Rome of the Houston Chronicle reported the update Friday and noted Boras also represents the Astros' Jose Altuve and Lance McCullers Jr.This article will be…

Trump’s ‘white power’ retweet triggered ‘five alarm fire’ in White Home

President Donald Trump set off a “five-alarm fire” in the White House on Sunday early morning after he retweeted a video of one of his supporters stating “white power,” according to two White Home officials.

The video remained on the president’s Twitter page, where he has 82 million followers, for more than 3 hours since White Home officials could not reach him to ask him to erase it, the two officials said. The president was at his golf club in Virginia and had put his phone down, the officials stated.

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Assistants likewise tried unsuccessfully to reach deputy chief of staff Dan Scavino to ask him to delete the retweet, authorities stated.

Sen. Tim Scott, R-S.C., contributed to the urgency when he called the tweet “indefensible” and required that the president take it down throughout an interview on CNN, the authorities said.

As soon as authorities had the ability to reach the president, he consented to erase it, they stated.

White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany and senior advisor Jared Kushner were among those trying to include the fallout. McEnany said Monday that Trump had actually watched the video before retweeting it but didn’t hear his advocate state “white power.”

Authorities said the president gets a deluge of content from assistants and allies, with one of them saying the “white power” event was a “lesson to all of us in the White Home to be more aware of what’s out there.”

In April, the president retweeted a publishing that consisted of the hashtag “#FireFauci.” When asked at the time whether he had actually seen the hashtag when he retweeted it, the president said, “Yeah, I discover everything.”

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Our Vision: Hockey Is Certainly For Everybody

Regardless of who wins the Stanley Cup, and when and where it is awarded, the 2019-20 NHL season will forever be remembered for an awakening of the collective consciousness of the hockey community and communities across the world to issues of race, bias, and privilege.Before the tragedy of George Floyd's death, before the mass mobilizations…

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Kathy Willens/Associated PressThe 2020 edition of NBA free agency is going to be quite a bit different from what we've seen in recent years. For one, it isn't scheduled to kick off until October 18. Second, some of the top players may not be eager to sign new multiyear deals.As an anonymous agent told The…

Mike Gundy’s Contract Supposedly Reduced to 4 Years After Internal Review

Brian Bahr/Getty ImagesOklahoma State head football coach Mike Gundy reportedly had his contract shortened by a year and his salary reduced on his own suggestion following an internal review of the Cowboys' program.Brett McMurphy of Stadium reported the news Friday:Brett McMurphy @Brett_McMurphyMike Gundy’s pay cut was $1 million. “Changes were offered up by Mike Gundy.…

All Eyes on KD

The footage is unremarkable, filmed in standard definition, capturing a slightly random moment. It shows nothing to suggest that Kevin Durant will return at full strength and nothing to suggest that he won't.    ClutchPoints @ClutchPointsAppKevin Durant lookin' pretty good against his new teammates 👀 https://t.co/m41c9W1B2OAll it shows is Durant dribbling slowly, crossing left, running, jumping…

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Our Vision: Hockey Is Certainly For Everybody

Regardless of who wins the Stanley Cup, and when and where it is awarded, the 2019-20 NHL season will forever be remembered for an awakening of the collective consciousness of the hockey community and communities across the world to issues of race, bias, and privilege.Before the tragedy of George Floyd's death, before the mass mobilizations…

NBA Free Agents 2020: Predictions for Fred VanVleet, Joe Harris and More

Kathy Willens/Associated PressThe 2020 edition of NBA free agency is going to be quite a bit different from what we've seen in recent years. For one, it isn't scheduled to kick off until October 18. Second, some of the top players may not be eager to sign new multiyear deals.As an anonymous agent told The…

Mike Gundy’s Contract Supposedly Reduced to 4 Years After Internal Review

Brian Bahr/Getty ImagesOklahoma State head football coach Mike Gundy reportedly had his contract shortened by a year and his salary reduced on his own suggestion following an internal review of the Cowboys' program.Brett McMurphy of Stadium reported the news Friday:Brett McMurphy @Brett_McMurphyMike Gundy’s pay cut was $1 million. “Changes were offered up by Mike Gundy.…

All Eyes on KD

The footage is unremarkable, filmed in standard definition, capturing a slightly random moment. It shows nothing to suggest that Kevin Durant will return at full strength and nothing to suggest that he won't.    ClutchPoints @ClutchPointsAppKevin Durant lookin' pretty good against his new teammates 👀 https://t.co/m41c9W1B2OAll it shows is Durant dribbling slowly, crossing left, running, jumping…