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“That was beautiful,” Jeter says.

“Eh,” Kobe says.

“Was that Byron?”

“Coach doesn’t really have time for poetry,” Kobe says. He smiles at Jeter, so the editor knows it’s a joke. Jeter smiles too. “Just something I’m fooling around with.”

Major League Soccer's Homegrown Player Rule is eight years old, but as teams and players alike can attest, there are no guarantees for anyone.

A father, mother and son all understood Moses Malone in different ways. That doesn't mean they were acquainted with him underneath. 

Part one of Chuck Hayes' thrilling journey across the wastelands of post-NBA life, beset by dystentery, despair, and Matt Barnes' gang of roving bandits.

The Big 12 is different. The question is whether that will make it worth watching. 

In which Tony Danza takes on the role of a lifetime: a placekicking Philadelphia garbage man who is NOT NAMED TONY. Co-stars include Canadian locations and the stunt-thighs of Mike Vanderjagt.

A team in crisis discusses the big issues—defense, rebounding, the role of basketball in an uncaring universe, the dignity of labor, and the delightful Melissa McCarthy vehicle Spy.

For many players, Fallout 4 has been a long had look into an irradiated mirror. 

"I often wonder when, over the course of a nine-inning professional baseball game, a pitcher starts thinking this could be the day they toss a no-hitter. I know that I first had the thought in the top of the third inning when Arrieta struck out Pedro Alvarez for his fifth strikeout of the night."

During the 2008-2009 season, John Tavares was in the final year of his time with the Oshawa Generals, and a J-School intern found some experience laying cable and carrying a camera. Before the season's end, Tavares was traded to London, and an intern found some answers.