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Player Spotlight: Spencer Dinwiddie

This week’s spotlight is shining on a fifth-year pro out of Colorado PG. Spencer Dinwiddie was a Second Round Pick (38th Overall) back in the 2014 NBA Draft by the Detroit Pistons. It has not been an easy road for Spencer up until this point.

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Report: Goran Dragic Likely Sidelined for Two Months Following Knee Surgery

Miami Heat point guard Goran Dragic will undergo knee surgery Wednesday and is expected to be out for two months, reports ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. The report was later confirmed by the Heat.

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Report: Wide Receiver Leaving Team

It’s an end to a tenure that started with promise, as wide receiver Josh Gordon is reportedly stepping away from the New England Patriots due to his mental health. NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero broke the reason why on his Twitter

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Bad Boy Mowers Gasparilla Bowl Preview

It’s that time of the year and no I’m not talking about the season of the big fat man breaking into houses eating cookies, drinking milk, and leaving gifts under the Christmas tree. It’s Bowl season, one last chance for players hoping to enter the NFL draft to leave a lasting good impression on NFL scouts.

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SEC Dominates National Signing Day

The SEC has been the top destination for college football recruits for the past decade. This year is no different. The top four spots in the national recruiting class rankings are all occupied by SEC teams: Alabama, Georgia, Texas A&M,

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Aron Baynes Out Indefinitely With Hand Injury

Aron Baynes exited his team’s matchup versus the Phoenix Suns tonight with what turned out to be a fractured hand, per The Athletic’s Shams Charania. Boston Celtics center Aron Baynes has suffered a broken left hand and will undergo surgery,

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The Patriots Need an Identity

Heading into week 16, the Patriots still sit atop the AFC East with a record of 9-5. However, they’ve dropped back to back games and have an abysmal 3-5 road record. These next two weeks will define the Patriots season.

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Frisco Bowl Preview

This year brings two different teams to the table in the Ohio Bobcats, who are 8-4 and the San Diego State Aztecs, who are 7-5. This game should be close throughout.

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Week 16 Streaming Options: QB, TE, K, D/ST, and Deep “Boom” Plays

Week 15 was one for the record books. The record books that no one wants to open. Ever. Week 15 was a historically low scoring week in the NFL and if you survived, you better thank your lucky stars because you made it to Week 16. Week 16 is championship week in most leagues and if you’re still streaming anything but defenses at this point, you might as well just put all your chips on black and keep it rolling because something has worked wonders to get you here. Week 16 is made for miracles, so maybe some of these suggestions hold just what you need to win the trophy. Make sure to remember exactly what you do on Sunday morning because if you win, you now have a superstitious routine that you have to do forever if you ever want to win again.

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Meet Charles Walker; A Player with Passion For Football and Love For His Daughter

When defensive end Charles Walker takes the field, it isn’t the roar of the crowd he hears. But the voice of his daughter Jade. From New Orleans, Louisiana, Walker started off as a basketball player playing on travel teams and

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