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Ray Rice got off easy because he makes life difficult for defenses. That's the way it is in the NFL, says Mike Florio. More | NFL defends two-game ban | Rice won't appeal | Ravens defend Rice | Wife reportedly swayed Goodell
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The Spurs just won another title, so of course they're No. 1. The real question is who follows after free agency.
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Even though MLS fans dislike them, "Euro snobs" aren't leaving the U.S. soccer scene anytime soon.
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Ray Rice declined to appeal his two-game suspension, which many people thought was too lenient.
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No one deserved to lose the Hungarian GP, as each of the drivers on the podium could have won it.
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For Tiger Woods to make the playoffs or Ryder Cup team, he'll have to step it up in the next couple weeks.
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Ben Simmons, the top player in the Class of 2015, was left off of Australia's national team.
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While he couldn't lead Brazil to a World Cup victory, Neymar might get another shot at the 2016 Olympics.
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Jimbo Fisher thinks playing baseball makes Jameis Winston a better football player.
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A judge emphatically shot down Donald Sterling's case Monday, clearing the way for the Clippers' sale.
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