Jacob Janower @JanowerJacob Updated at 4:22 p.m. ET Updated at 4:22 p.m. ET Watch NBANBA with fuboTV Unless you have been living under a rock since July, you are aware by now that LeBron James is a member of the Los Angeles Lakers. While James' team often finds itself as the favorite in the conference, this season may be a little different, considering the star power of other contenders in the West and the persistent questions regarding the Lakers' depth and talent behind James. NBA TOP 100 RANKINGS: 1-19 | 20-39 | 40-59 | 60-79 | 80-100 The glitz and glamour of Los Angeles will provide James with more opportunities outside of basketball than ever before in his career, but he is also trying to make his ninth straight NBA Finals. Sporting News looks ahead to some of James' biggest games of the 2018-19 season. Circle these dates on … [Read more...] about LeBron James’ seven biggest Lakers games to watch in 2018-19
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The Bears are determined not to be the team that loses to the winless Browns, who visit Soldier Field at noon Sunday. Both teams are bad and banged up. Here’s a closer look at the Bears’ injury situation as they prepare for the game.WEEK 16 (at Cleveland Browns)FridayDoubtful for Sunday: Left guard Josh Sitton (right ankle)Questionable for Sunday: Tight end Adam Shaheen (chest), offensive lineman Tom Compton (concussion), safety Chris Prosinski (concussion)Did not participate in Friday’s practice: SittonLimited participation in Friday’s practice: Shaheen, Compton, ProsinskiFull participation: Cornerback Sherrick McManis (illness)What you should know: Sitton missed all three practices this week and it would be a surprise if he were suddenly able to play on Sunday. That leaves the Bears with their latest round of reshuffling on the offensive line. If Compton can’t get cleared by game time, expect Hroniss Grasu to start at center with Cody Whitehair and … [Read more...] about Bears injury tracker: Josh Sitton unlikely to play versus Browns
Despite their best efforts, India's bid fell short, though they have shown a tremendous rise in FIFA rankings over the past few years. News 22 Apr 2018, 12:46 IST What's the story?In a rather disappointing turn of events for Indian, Football Association of Thailand (FAT) has rejected the country’s proposal of playing a friendly with the South East Asian country. Thailand has instead arranged a fixture with Asian heavyweights China.In case you didn't know...China and India had both shown interest in playing Thailand around the same time. India are currently ranked 97th as per the latest FIFA rankings, while Thailand are ranked 122nd. The International friendly would have been a preparation for India ahead of the 2019 AFC Asian Cup. The heart of the matterSomyot Poompunmuang, the President of FAT, said that arranging two matches in such a short time will be impossible, so they have opted to play against China, which is a higher ranked side than India. China … [Read more...] about India’s bid to play international friendly against Thailand rejected
As the date nears, Mike McGlinchey is trying not to pay attention to the myriad of mock drafts and white noise surrounding next week’s NFL Draft. It’s not always easy for the towering 6-foot-9, 312-pound Notre Dame offensive tackle and 2013 Penn Charter grad.Since he was a year old, when people would ask Janet and Michael McGlinchey, Mike’s parents, how old their baby was and were shocked to learn the pudgy toddler that could barely fit in the stroller had yet to turn two.But this is a new form of scrutiny. NFL scouts, coaches, player personnel people and analytics advisers have all done their probing. It’s now up to Mike McGlinchey to do the waiting for his name to be called Thursday night in the first round of the 2018 NFL Draft from the Cowboys’ AT&T Stadium.Indications are that’s where McGlinchey, the first cousin of NFL star quarterback Matt Ryan, is going to go. McGlinchey has been rated as the No. 1 tackle in the draft by NFL Network … [Read more...] about Mike McGlinchey would love to play for hometown Eagles — but will Penn Charter grad be there at No. 32?
Democracy Dies in Darkness Sections Home Subscribe Try 1 month for $1 Username Sign In Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Subscribe Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Accessibility for screenreader Washington Capitals Analysis Analysis Interpretation of the news based on evidence, including data, as well as anticipating how events might unfold based on past events by Mike Hume, Isabelle Khurshudyan and Roman Stubbs by Mike Hume, Isabelle Khurshudyan and Roman Stubbs Email the author April 15 at 10:30 PM Email the author Alex Ovechkin has two power play goals in Game 2. (Geoff Burke/USA TODAY Sports) Game 2 Columbus Blue Jackets vs. Washington Capitals Series: Columbus leads 1-0 • After Columbus had scored three unanswered goals to take a 4-3 lead that lasted for the first 16:25 of the … [Read more...] about Blue Jackets-Capitals Game 2: With hope fading, T.J. Oshie sends game to overtime