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Ryan Murphy became the first swimmer to win both the 100m and 200m backstroke at three-straight U.S. Olympic Swimming Trials.
It’s not going to matter how good a coach Redick is if the Lakers don’t improve the roster.

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  • STL Second Baseman #33
    Donovan served as the Cardinals’ primary offensive catalyst in this one as the Alabama native took Giants starter Keaton Winn deep in the opening frame for his seventh big fly of the season. He also plated a key insurance run with a fifth-inning RBI single against Giants lefty reliever Taylor Rogers. The three-hit effort raises his batting average to a solid .258 mark to go along with 33 runs scored, seven homers, 36 RBI and one steal over 69 games.
  • SF Center Fielder #17
    Ramos put San Francisco on the board with a no-doubter to right field in the third inning off Cardinals starter Andre Pallante for his 10th round-tripper of the season. The 24-year-old post-hype prospect has put together a pretty remarkable breakout campaign so far, batting .307 (46-for-150) with 10 homers, 35 RBI and one steal through 39 games. He’s homered eight times in 18 games since June 1. Unreal.
  • STL Relief Pitcher #56
    Helsley was summoned to protect a narrow one-run lead at historic Rickwood Field in Birmingham, Alabama and made things interesting by issuing a leadoff walk to Trenton Brooks and surrendering a two-out single to Patrick Bailey, which put the potential tying run in scoring position. He managed to wriggle out of the jam by striking out Matt Chapman to extinguish the threat. The hard-throwing 29-year-old righty has converted 25 of 26 save chances this season to go along with a sparkling 2.45 ERA, 1.18 WHIP and 38/13 K/BB ratio across 33 innings (33 appearances). Simply put, he’s been one of the best closers in baseball this year.
  • MIN Shortstop #80
    Lee continues to build a compelling case for a promotion to the majors with his recent power surge. The 23-year-old top prospect, who missed the first couple months of the season recovering from a back injury, has recorded six extra-base hits, including three homers, over his last three contests following the first multi-homer performance of his professional career.
  • NYY Right Fielder #99
    Judge returned to the Yankees lineup for Thursday afternoon’s showdown against Baltimore after missing only one game with left hand contusion. The home run was his 27th of the season and he’s already up to 67 RBI. Fantasy managers can exhale with the return of one of the best hitters in the game and based on this contest, it doesn’t seem like the hand is bothering him at all.
  • MIL Starting Pitcher #54
    The expectation all along was that Gasser was probably finished for the year, but the fact that he’s elected to undergo surgery — either a full Tommy John or less invasive internal brace procedure (A.K.A. the Seth Maness procedure) — following multiple medical opinions means he’ll miss at least the first half of the 2025 campaign as well. It’s a significant loss for Milwaukee’s starting pitching depth as he was just starting to establish himself at the highest level. There should be an exact timetable following next week’s procedure.
  • LAD Starting Pitcher #96
    Dodgers manager Dave Roberts confirmed to reporters following Thursday’s win over the Rockies that Knack will get the ball to kick off the Freeway Series against the Angels. The 26-year-old righty draws the starting assignment in place of an injured Yoshinobu Yamamoto. He’s posted a respectable 2.61 ERA, 0.97 WHIP and 16/6 K/BB ratio across 20 2/3 innings (four starts) this season in the majors. He figures to get some extended run with both Yamamoto and Walker Buehler on the shelf for an extended period. There’s definitely some streaming appeal here for fantasy managers in deeper mixed leagues.
  • NYY Second Baseman #25
    Torres was 1-for-2 with a solo homer before leaving the contest after five innings with New York trailing 11-5 at the time. It sounds like his early exit was merely for precautionary reasons, but that’s purely speculation at this juncture. There should be an update on his status shortly.
  • WAS Shortstop #5
    Nationals manager Dave Martinez told reporters Thursday that it isn’t a serious concern. We’re not medical professionals, but a Ganglion cyst is basically a non-cancerous lump that appears along the joints of the wrists or hands. It doesn’t sound like a serious concern moving forward as the issue mighty simply go away on its own, but it’s something Abrams will have to manage going forward. It wouldn’t be surprising to see Abrams back in Washington’s lineup at some point in the coming days.
  • NYY Center Fielder #89
    We knew an oblique strain would keep Domínguez out for at least a couple weeks, but this is an extensive period of time and one that could threaten his ability to contribute big-league at-bats this season. If Domínguez doesn’t return to minor league action until late August and then gets a couple of weeks to get his timing back at Triple-A, it would be September even before the Yankees can think about promoting him. If all goes well, he could be a candidate for a mid-September call-up, but the Yankees would then be thrusting him into a major role in the middle of a pennant race after missing a major chunk of time. It’s a shame because he was looking great after Tommy John surgery, hitting .356/.404/.609 with six homers and 13 RBIs in 23 games across three levels.

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NFL

Raiders wide receiver Davante Adams does not want to hear that his team has potential.
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Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray says the arrival of rookie wide receiver Marvin Harrison Jr. takes Arizona’s offense to new heights.

Rotoworld

With Mark Andrews entering his age-29 season and coming off a major injury, it’s fair to question how valuable he will be in fantasy football.
The Rotoworld Football Show crew analyzes the questions still surrounding Trevor Lawrence.
Patrick Daugherty, Kyle Dvorchak and Denny Carter examine the diminishing appeal of George Kittle as a fantasy performer due to his role in the 49ers’ offense.
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Motor Sports

Kyle Busch enters this weekend at New Hampshire 31 points below the playoff cutline.
Xfinity Series drives will get in practice and qualifying runs ahead of Saturday’s race at The Magic Mile.
The historic road course in Monterey, California, moves to a new spot on the schedule.
The 2024 schedule features four rounds in three cities with a doubleheader in Australia.

Golf

Thompson shot 68 Thursday at Sahalee Country Club and leads Nelly Korda and Patty Tavatanakit by a shot.
Check out the top shots and moments from the first round of the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship.
Lexi Thompson chats with Amy Rogers after a 4-under 68 in Round 1 led to an early KPMG Women’s PGA Championship lead.
Tee times were adjust for Friday with the threat of inclement weather.
Tom Kim, along with Scottie Scheffler, has a birthday on Friday.
Tom Kim turned a good round into a fantastic one with birdies on the final two holes on the first day of action at the Travelers Championship to shoot 8-under.

NBA

Monk averaged 15.4 points a game off the bench for the Kings last season.
Dan Patrick has an idea to get LeBron James, Bronny James, Rich Paul and Kyrie Irving what they all want by teaming up in Dallas. He explains how they could pull it off, and why.
Both Chicago and LaVine want to get a trade done but couldn’t find a deal at the February deadline.
It’s no secret the Pelicans planned to test the trade market for Ingram, but don’t expect him to head to Houston.

Betting

We are expecting Connor McDavid and Matthew Tkachuk to shine in Edmonton on Friday night.
Jay Croucher and Drew Dinsick preview NBA championship odds for 2025, with the Boston Celtics opening as heavy favorites, and why they have reservations about the Nuggets, among others.

MLB

A 34-year-old with a sidearm delivery, Tim Hill went 1-0 with a 5.87 ERA in 27 appearances with the White Sox
The three-time Cy Young Award winner allowed one run and two hits, struck out five and walked one on a pitch-clock violation at Class-A Rancho Cucamonga.
The Rotoworld Baseball Show analyzes why the Toronto Blue Jays could be “really close to a reckoning” after placing Bo Bichette on IL, discussing how the former top prospect hasn’t lived up to expectations with the team.
Eric Samulski and Scott Pianowski discuss the Houston Astros calling up pitching prospect Jake Bloss and what to expect out of the organization’s No. 10 prospect.

Premier League

The fixtures for the 2024-25 Premier League season have been released.
The 2024-25 Premier League fixtures have been revealed, and there are some tremendous matches set for early in the season.
Expectations are all over the spectrum for Manchester United’s 2024-25 Premier League season, the third under manager Erik ten Hag.
Eight Premier League players — almost all stars and led by Enzo Fernandez — will be on the defending champions’ side as Argentina bids for another Copa America crown.

College Football

The College Football Transfer Portal is underway. Here is a one-stop shop to track which big-name players are on the move this offseason.
Quarterback Deuce Knight (Lucedale, MS/ George County High School), the four-star prospect has officially accepted his invitation to the 2025 All-American Bowl.
Over the weekend, the UCLA Bruins successfully landed one of the top defensive backs in the country. 2025 All-American Jadyn Hudson from Pittsburg High School in California has committed to the Bruins.
Texas A&M University has successfully landed one of the top tight ends in the country. 2025 All-American Kiotti Armstrong from Jasper High School in Texas has committed to the Aggies.

College Basketball

If the men’s tournament were to expand it is expected the women’s tourney would as well.
Former Bulldogs star Victoria Vivians hired as assistant coach and scouting director for Mississippi State women’s basketball

Brother From Another

Marc J. Spears joins Brother From Another to discuss a 2023 incident in which Washington Wizards GM Will Dawkins was racially profiled while shopping at Saks Fifth Avenue, breaking down Dawkins’ response to the event.
Michael Holley, Vincent Goodwill and Marc J. Spears discuss Charles Barkley announcing that he will retire from TV next year, questioning if the Hall of Famer will really hang it up after the 2024-25 season.
Marc J. Spears explains why the Boston Celtics must get the job done in Game 5 before the pressure to close out the series builds in the NBA Finals.
Vincent Goodwill explains why analysts should “pump the pump the brakes” on calling the 2023-24 Boston Celtics a “historic team,” discussing why it’s difficult to build a dynasty in the modern NBA.

Local coverage

The Celtics never gave up on their two young stars, and that can be a lesson for other teams.
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Management vowed change in April to a roster that has missed the playoffs for two-straight seasons.

Latest

The tournament in Germany this summer is off and running as 24 teams dazzle in packed-out stadiums.
France manager Didier Deschamps says it’s ‘apparently’ a broken nose for Mbappe, and that Les Bleus ‘will see’ how it affects the captain.
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16 teams are squaring off at the 2024 Copa America across the USA, as the expanded tournament sees Brazil and Argentina as the favorites but there is plenty of expectation for upsets.
Copa America is coming back to the United States and this tournament will be a beauty all the way to the final in Miami