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The Spurs won't win as much as they should, but they're still the class of the NBA and likely repeat champs.
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Man United managed to salvage a draw with West Brom thanks to Blind Daley's 87th-minute tally.
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A pair of big fellas should make LeBron James's quest for the 2014-2015 MVP a challenging one.
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Tiger Woods is finally back to hitting full shots and hopes to return December 4 in Orlando.
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Oklahoma has a chance to be the second-best team in the Big 12, especially if a key player gets a waiver.
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Two years after Lindsey Vonn opened up about her depression, the Olympic champ says she still struggles with it.
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The Giants and Royals built their teams in different ways, but both are matched up in the World Series.
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